Sheriff’s Department employees recognized
Published 8:07 am Thursday, September 19, 2019
The Charlotte County Board of Supervisors recognized three former employees of the Sheriff’s Department during their monthly meeting on Sept. 11.
In a resolution honoring Lisa Myers, Jane Eagle and Vickie Brown it was noted, “The Charlotte County Board of Supervisors wishes to express their sincere gratitude and appreciation for the many years of service, dedication and hard work.”
Myers was recognized for her key role in the development of Charlotte County’s E911 services and the implementation of new technologies in the E911.
Myers began her career at the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office as a part-time jailor on Dec. 5, 1990. She moved into a full-time jailor position in 1993 and was later promoted to E911 coordinator on Nov. 1, 2000.
Myers retired from the Sheriff’s Department in July.
Eagle was also recognized for her years of service with the Sheriff’s Department.
Eagle began her career at the Sheriff’s Department as the local inmate data system technician on Aug. 1, 2003, and served as secretary to the chief jailor.
Eagle retired from her position in July.
The board also recognized Brown who retired from the Sheriff’s Department in August.
During her years of service, Brown served as a dispatcher, assisting citizens of Charlotte County in need of emergency assistance, and as a general instructor at the Central Virginia Criminal Justice Academy.
Brown began her career at the Sheriff’s Department as a part-time jailor on Sept. 19, 2005, and moved into a full-time jailor position in July 2007.