MCSO CELEBRATES CAREER OF CORRECTIONS DEPUTY CYNDY BREHMEYER
A gathering of county employees was held at the Mason County Jail Training Room on Thursday, April 28, 2016 to celebrate the career of Corrections Deputy Cyndy Brehmeyer. Deputy Brehmeyer officially retires from the Mason County Sheriff’s Office on April 30, 2016 with plans for travel and continued service on the Mary M. Knight School Board.
Deputy Brehmeyer said, “I really loved this work and I’m going to miss my co-workers a lot but it was time to leave.”
Brehmeyer shared that her previous job experiences helped her be successful in her role as a corrections deputy. Before the jail, she worked for Mary M. Knight as a Teacher’s Aide. She also drove school bus for many local school districts and even volunteered in the kitchen with 20 other mothers at her children’s school one year when a levy didn’t pass to ensure that the kids received a hot lunch. She received extensive training as a fire department volunteer and qualified as an EMT. Deputy Brehmeyer also taught swimming lessons for many years and was a certified Water Safety Instructor.
During her tenure, Brehmeyer served as a Medical Liaison Officer and also served as a First Aid instructor for the jail staff. She was a member of the Washington State Jail Association and served as Treasurer from 2007-2016. Deputy Brehmeyer was hired as a jailer for the Mason County Jail October 10, 1988 and retires after 27 years, 6 months, and 20 days of service.
Pictured above: Corrections Deputy Cyndy Brehmeyer