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4/30/04

Mothers Against Drunk Driving Awards

Friday, Mothers Against Drunk Driving recognized several people, including law enforcement personnel, who make a difference in our communities. Police Officer of the Year which went to Sargeant Ross Hester of the Lubbock Police Department. Lamb County Sheriff's Deputy John Yohner won Deputy of the Year, and Trooper of the Year went to Jerry Johnson of Abernathy.

MADD Awards

Officer of the Year                     Sgt. Ross Hester, Lubbock PD

Deputy of the Year Deputy     John Yohner, Lamb Co Sheriff's Office

Trooper of the Year                  Jerry Johnson, DPS Abernathy

Prosecutor of the Year             Becky McPherson, DA Floydada

Volunteer of the Year               Danny Garcia, Lubbock County

MADD Dad of the Year           Jerrell Snodgrass

 

Scholarship Awards

Tamara Haney               Shallowater High School

Nicolas Gober                Brownfield

Victoria Smith                 Roosevelt High School

Bethany Truelock          Shallowater High School

Michael Villanueva        Olton High School

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