Congratulations to Leslie Wiemers of the Weld County Sheriff’s Office on a decorated career and on receiving a Recognition of Services Award at today’s board meeting! After 31 years of service, Wiemers is retiring from Weld County to become the new security director at Front Range Community College.

Wiemers served in many different roles during his career with Weld County. His duties included working as a jail officer, being a patrol deputy, and working on the Drug Task Force. Most recently, he was a security officer at Aims Community College.

“We appreciate all that you’ve done,” Commissioner Chair Steve Moreno said. “Congratulations! (Front Range) is going to get a great resource. We wish you and your family all the best. Thank you for your service.”

Upon receiving the award, Wiemers thanked his family and many friends in the sheriff’s office for their support throughout his career. Acknowledging his successes and challenges throughout a long career, he credited the experience for enriching his life.

“Les’ heart and dedication to public safety has never been questioned,” Weld County Sherriff Steve Reams said during the presentation. “He’s been a great asset to the sheriff’s office. We’re definitely going to miss you.”

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