ENON — A Greenon grad was sworn in as one of Clark County’s five newest sheriffs deputies Monday.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office conducted a swearing in ceremony March 17 where Sheriff Gene A. Kelly welcomed the highly qualified individuals to the organization. Among them was Joshua Wendling, a life-long resident of Clark County and a 2009 graduate of Greenon High School.
Wendling is currently attending Clark State College pursing a degree in Criminal Justice. Since graduation, he has served as a police officer in the Village of Enon. Additionally, he continues to serve the citizens of Clark County as a firefighter/EMT with the Mad River Township Fire and EMS department.
The other sheriffs deputies sworn in at the ceremony are Brian Norris, Andrew Miller, Tyler Hayes and Joseph Liming.
These deputies are being provided through the efforts of the Board of Clark County Commissioners in order to assist in enhancing the safety and security of the citizens of Clark County.