The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office promoted three deputies and presented awards to personnel at a ceremony Thursday afternoon.


Josh Price, 30, of Sherman, was promoted to sergeant and Keith Brumlow, 31, of Denison, and Jeremy Dunn, 39, of Whitesboro, were both promoted to corporal.


Price graduated from the Texoma Regional Police Academy in 2006 and went to work for the Bonham Police Department. He joined the sheriff’s office in 2009, and holds an Advanced Peace Officer’s Certificate.


Brumlow also attended the Texoma Regional Police Academy and began his law enforcement career with the Tom Bean Police Department in 2007. Brumlow was hired by the sheriff’s office to work in the Detention Bureau in 2008 and was later promoted to corporal. Brumlow transferred to the enforcement side in 2015.


Dunn started his law enforcement career at Rhome Police Department in 2003 and later worked for the Lipscomb County Sheriff’s Office and the Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office. He joined Grayson County in September 2016. Dunn holds a degree in criminal justice from the University of North Texas and has a Master Peace Officer’s License.


Grayson County awarded the following sheriff’s office personnel County Service Awards based on the number of years working for the county in increments of five: Lt. Terry Baker, 15 years; Investigator Adam Bradshaw, 15 years; Deputy Chris Gautier, 10 years; Deputy Mark Haning, 10 years; Cpl. Darius Riddick, 10 years; Detention Officer Carlos Galvan, 10 years; Sgt. Terry Syler, five years; Cpl. Michael Kenney, five years; Detention Officer Kathryn Barrett, five years; Detention Officer Debbie Haskins, five years; and Detention Officer Paula Wood, five years.


Lt. Sarah Bigham of the sheriff’s office said these county employees were given a pin indicating their number of years of service.


“It’s nice to be recognized by the county for staying here because it shows you’re more invested in the county the longer that you stay,” Bigham said.