Correctional Officer First Class (CDFC) Joseph Sutton, Jr will officially retire on May 11, 2018, having dedicated 35 years to the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office with the Calvert County Detention Center, providing faithful and loyal service to the citizens of Calvert County.
Joseph Sutton Jr’s admirable career began on December 27, 1982, as a Correctional Officer and on June 26, 2006, he was promoted to Correctional Officer First Class, where he remained until his retirement.
He always demonstrated his service with a spirit of pride and commitment throughout his career with the Calvert County Detention Center, and gained tremendous respect, trust and admiration from his fellow Correctional Officers as well as his fellow co-workers, who had the pleasure to work with him.
The Calvert Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) presented a proclamation as a tribute to Joseph Sutton Jr on his outstanding accomplishments during his distinguished career. They also commended him for providing CPR and First Aid instruction to many organizations and churches throughout the Tri-County area, recognizing his service to the community and Public Safety.
The BOCC proclaimed the appreciation of all Calvert County citizens on his retirement after 35 years of public service. They also joined with the community, co-workers, family and friends wishing Joseph Sutton Jr best wishes for a long, healthy and happy retirement with continued success in all future endeavors.
Congratulations on a job well done, Joseph Sutton, Jr.
Margit Miller / Calvert Beacon