Sheriff’s Office presents scholarships to three students with parents who carry a badge


Sheriff’s Office presents scholarships to three students with parents who carry a badge

ABOVE: Lexie Brewer poses with her father and Sheriff Dusty Rhodes. // SUBMITTED

WILLIAMSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Williamson County Sheriff Dusty Rhoades recently presented $500 academic scholarships awarded by the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association to three students who each have parents in law enforcement.

Delanie Livengood is a freshman at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville where she will study biosystems engineering and soil science.  She is the daughter of Corporal Mark Livengood, Patrol Division.       

Lexi Brewer is a freshman at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville and will begin studying nursing this fall.  She is the daughter of Sgt. David Brewer, SRO at Independence High School. 

Caleb Calfee will begin classes at Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee, this fall. He’s a freshman and plans to study nursing. He is the son of Deputy Eric Calfee, SRO at Woodland Middle School.   

Each year the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association accepts applications and awards scholarships to sons and daughters of full time sheriff’s office employees from across Tennessee.

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Delanie Livengood poses with Sheriff Dusty Rhodes and her parents. // SUBMITTED
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Caleb Calfee and his parents pose with Sheriff Dusty Rhodes. // SUBMITTED

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