The Amelia Bulletin Monitor

Jetersville resident donates wall hanging to sheriff’s office



Last week Jetersville resident Bill Crews presented a large wooden wall hanging to Amelia Sheriff Ricky Walker, who accepted it on behalf of his staff. Mr. Crews, left, said it was a pleasure to present the beautiful, hand-carved, wooden wall hanging to the sheriff and the, “dedicated and hard-working men and women of the sheriff’s office…This wall hanging was designed and handcarved by my neighbor and friend, Peter Muller…” Mr. Muller is Mr. Crews’ neighbor at his second home in Venice, Fla., according to Mr. Crews, who explained Mr. Muller makes similar wall hangings to raise money for military and first responders charities. Saying the gift was on behalf of the citizens of the county, Mr. Crews told Sheriff Walker, “Hopefully, this hand-carved, wooden plaque will be prominently displayed in your office to remind the men and women of the Amelia County Sheriff’s Office how much we appreciate their service and support.” Mr. Crews said the plaque was his way of showing appreciation to the law enforcement personnel for what they do every day to keep the county’s citizens safe and secure. With Sheriff Walker, center, is Chief Deputy Abraham Redman.

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