911 Dispatcher Chris Galbreath Receives Award


The Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office has awarded Dispatcher Chris Galbreath with the Office’s first Dispatcher of the Quarter Award. The award is issued to those dispatchers that achieve excellence in the performance of their duties. Chris Galbreath is a 11 year veteran with the office. “Chris excels in every task given to her and is very professional and courteous with the public,” says Dispatch Supervisor Jeff Hannon. Chris is a John Glenn High School graduate and is a member of the Cassell Station Volunteer Fire Department and is also a member of the VFW Post 2901. Chris’s hobbies are scrap booking, hunting and camping. Her biggest interest is spending time with her family. Sheriff Paden states, “We are proud to have employees who are dedicated to providing excellent service and meeting the needs of Guernsey County citizens.”