Williams County Sheriff’s Deputy, Mick Frisbie, was honored at the VFW Bryan Post 2489 January 10, 2019 meeting, as he was presented with their Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award for 2018. Sheriff Steve Towns and Commander Gary Feeney were proud to pose with him as he received the clear glass plaque which was held by an eagle draped in the American flag.
Shown are, from left to right, his mother, Jackie Tate; daughter Allie Frisbie, (Officer Frisbie); his wife, Brandi Frisbie; son Austin Frisbie, and father Duane Frisbie. Other friends and co-workers were in attendance and enjoyed congratulatory moments following the ceremony.
Frisbie and his wife live in Stryker and his children are both in college. Quoting the Sheriff’s office post on Facebook, “Deputy Mick Frisbie was hired by the Williams County Sheriff’s Office on October 15, 2001. Deputy Frisbie has been an asset to this office and had been a K-9 handler, first with K-9 Ozzy from January 2003 to April 2008 and then with K-9 Hammer from May 2008 to August 2015.
Deputy Frisbie has taken on other roles while working at the Sheriff’s Office. He has been a Sergeant, Field Training Officer and is a radar training
officer. Deputy Frisbie has a very good work ethic and an excellent rapport with the public, fellow co-workers and officers from other county police departments.”