Sheriff’s department presented with artwork honoring fallen deputy Chris Hulsey

 The Meade County Sheriff’s Office was presented with a piece of art honoring the service of Deputy Chris Hulsey on Monday.

 The artwork was created by David and Mona Waldeck, of Elizabethtown. The pair are both Combat Veterans and members of CVMA KY 1-2. They’ve owned and operated Metal Art; Plus since 2016.

 Brenda Tiffany presented the artwork. Tiffany is the mother of fallen KSP trooper Cameron Ponder.

 Deputy Chris Hulsey passed away on Sept. 21 of last year.

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