Time to read less than 1 minute Share Print a- a+ Read so far Greater Cleveland Chamber Honors First Responders Ariel Turner | The Vindicator Posted in: NewsCommunityChamber News All first responders gathered for a final photo before returning to serve and protect the community. The Cleveland ISD Police Department recognized Sgt. Alison Lopez for her outstanding service to the community. Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader shared his experience as a first responder and showed gratitude for all his teams do at the GCCC First Responders Luncheon. Cleveland Police Chief Darrell Broussard also gave an outstanding speech and words of motivation to the first responders. Plum Grove Police Department Sgt. Frank Longoria received excellence in leadership. Liberty County DA Officer Glen Goodwin received Investigator of the Year. District Attorney Jennifer Bergman expressed her gratefulness to the first responders for their hard work and dedication. Liberty County Pct. 5 Deputy Joe Williams was recognized for going above and beyond and being vigilant and observant. Tarkington Firefighter Logan Holston received recognition for outstanding service to the community. Liberty County DA Officer Martin Trahan was recognized for his distinguished service. The Cleveland Police Department recognized Office Michael Maynard for his outstanding service to the community. Cypress Lakes Chief Nat Holcomb received recognition for excellence in leadership. Cleveland Fire Department Lt. Nicholas Flanery was recognized for excellence in leadership. Liberty County Pct. 6 Administrative Assistant Ronda Poling received recognition for excellence in leadership. HWY 321 Fire Department Captain Timothy Gault received recognition for his outstanding service to the community. The Cleveland Police Department also recognized Officer Tracy Brown for his outstanding service to the community.