Wood County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Aaron Anderson Promoted to Investigator Sergeant

Wood County Sheriff's Department

(OnFocus) Wood County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Aaron Anderson was promoted to Investigator Sergeant.

Wood County Sheriff’s Department

Anderson will work at the department’s office in Marshfield and start his new duties on Monday. He grew up in the Pittsville area and began his career in 2008 as a deputy. He is a member of the Special Response Team, also teaching hunter safety classes. As a Field Training Officer, Anderson also trained many other deputies.

“We appreciate his dedication and service to Wood County,” the sheriff’s department stated in a Facebook post.

A badge pinning ceremony was held on Thursday at Riverside Park in Pittsville. Anderson’s wife, Jennifer, pinned his new badge. Also present were his sons Zander and Tanner, parents, father-in-law Scott Drew (Port Edwards Police Chief), brother-in-law Cody Conover (Grand Rapids officer), and Lee Garrels, retired Wood County Sheriff’s Department Patrol Lieutenant.

“Congratulations Aaron, we’re looking forward to working with you in your new role at the Sheriff’s Department!” the department said.

Kaylin S
Author: Kaylin S

Kaylin Speth is a Marshfield native with a bachelor's degree in English from UW-Green Bay. She enjoys highlighting the many great things happening in the community and bringing to life the untold stories. Email the team at [email protected]