Three state trooper and one civilian employee from the Indiana State Police in Sellersburg were honored for their years of dedicated service.
(Sellersburg, Ind.) - Three state trooper and one civilian employee from the Indiana State Police in Sellersburg were honored for their years of dedicated service.
Secretary IV Karen Blunk was recognized for her 20 years of service. Beginning her career in 1999 as a Data Input Operator in Sellersburg, wherein 2000 she was promoted to Secretary IV. Blunk continues in that same position and is valued to the ISP Sellersburg team.
Master Trooper Jeff Kellogg was recognized for his 30 years of service. Kellogg began his career with the department in 1989, after serving the prior year as a Motor Carrier Officer where he is currently assigned to the Motor Carrier Division.
Sergeant Philip D’ Angelo was recognized for 20 years of service. He began his career in 1999, where he was assigned as a trooper to the Connersville Post. In 2001 he transferred back to Sellersburg where he is currently assigned to the Laboratory Division, working as a Crime Scene Investigator.
Finally, Sergeant Matthew Marshall was recognized for his 20 years of service. He became a Trooper in 1999 and was initially assigned to the Connersville Post. Marshall transferred to the Sellersburg District in 2001 and was promoted to Sergeant in 2012. Marshall currently serves as a Sellersburg District squad sergeant.
All for were recognized by Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter.
Photos Courtesy of Indiana State Police
Blunk, Kellogg, D' Angelo, and Marshall