Sundquist recognized for 20 years with Sheriff’s Office

For the Tomahawk Leader

LINCOLN COUNTY – Deputy Mike Sundquist was recently recognized for his 20 years of service with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.

Sundquist was hired by then-Sheriff Tom Koth as a Patrol Deputy on June 14, 2004. Sundquist had previously earned an Associate’s degree in Police Science at Nicolet College before completing the Law Enforcement Academy at Northcentral Technical College.

While with the Sheriff’s Office, Sundquist has served as an EVOC (Emergency Vehicle Operator Course) Instructor, FTO (Field Training Officer), SRT (Special Response Team) Operator and a member of the Honor Guard. Sundquist was also recently presented with a Lifesaving Award during the Wisconsin Professional Police Association’s annual banquet.

“From all of us at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, congratulations and thank you, Deputy Sundquist, for 20 years of dedicated service to our community and this agency,” the Sheriff’s Office stated.

Photo courtesy of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
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