Cerrowire Honors Hartselle Police

(pictured l to r) From the city of Hartselle—Sgt. Chip Reynolds, Capt. Robert Finn, Ofc. Patrick Edmondson, Ofc. Richard Herrera, Hartselle Mayor Randy Garrison, Lt. Alan W. McDearmond, Ofc. Lesley Sheffield, Police Chief Justin Barley, Sgt. Lynn Dean; from Cerrowire—President Stewart Smallwood, Billy Kennedy, Jennifer Branch and Darrin Tyre

Hartselle, AL – Cerrowire recognized the Hartselle Police Department recently by unfurling a Thin Blue Line flag at the company’s headquarters. President Stewart Smallwood and the leadership team honored Police Chief Justin Barley and members of the force for their vigilance in keeping Hartselle citizens and businesses safe.

Cerrowire is a U.S. manufacturer of copper building wire for residential, commercial and industrial applications. The company’s largest plant is in Hartselle.

Smallwood praised Barley and his officers, “Safety is important to Cerrowire, and we’re fortunate to have dedicated officers preserving the safety of citizens and businesses. We are happy to honor you for your work.”

“Law enforcement is often a thankless job, but not in Hartselle. We are fortunate to have great support from our community. We appreciate everyone from Cerrowire taking the time to thank our officers in such a special way. It makes a difference, and we really appreciate it!” Chief Barley said.

In support of the Hartselle Police Department, Cerrowire will be flying the Thin Blue Line flag through January 2021.


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