Connors State President’s Leadership Class Recognizes Law Enforcement

Feb222019

Warner, Oklahoma – The President’s Leadership Class of Connors State College recognized local law enforcement officers on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, in the Nursing and Allied Health Auditorium on the Muskogee Three Rivers Port Campus.

The recognized men and women included: Officer Kelsey Kelley, Haskell Police Department; Officer Randy Cox, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop C; Officer Randy Donelson, Connors State College; Officer Adam Satterfield, Warner Police Department; Officer Chris Gilfillan, Muskogee County Sherriff’s Department; and K-9 Officer Jangus, Muskogee Police Department.

The students of the President’s Leadership Class took time to reach out to the recognized officer’s superiors and asked them to provide a biography of the officer, a photo and any and all warm-wishes they would like to give the officers. The students then read aloud the biography of the officers being recognized and handed them with a certificate of appreciation and posed for a photo.

Connors State College president, Dr. Ron Ramming, welcomed the audience to the ceremony, letting all in attendance know just how much the Connors State family respects and appreciates these brave men and women who protect our community.