Bonnie Herman Retires After 30 Years of Service To Brevard County Sheriff’s Office
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard Sheriff // October 30, 2018
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article is written by Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Longtime agency member and Executive Assistant to the Sheriff, Bonnie Herman recently retired from our agency after serving our community and citizens for over 30 years.
While Bonnie was originally hired in 1988 as a member of our Court Services Team, Bonnie’s legacy will be for serving as the Executive Assistant to three different Sheriffs during her tenure with the agency.
Bonnie first took on the role of Executive Assistant to the Sheriff under then Sheriff Jake MIller in 1988 where she continued to serve throughout Sheriff Miller’s tenure and for 8 additional years under Sheriff Phil Williams.
In 2004, Bonnie took on a new role in Staff Services where she served until 2013, when I stole her back from Staff Services to once again serve as Executive Assistant to the Sheriff. It was without question one of the best decisions I made and I am so thankful for Bonnie keeping me on track and out of trouble for the past 5 years!
Bonnie was an amazing part of our team as she knows everyone in the community and is a wealth of knowledge about the history of the agency and the Office of Sheriff.
While we are all truly excited for Bonnie, we are all deeply sad to see her go. Bonnie is one of the nicest people you will ever meet and I can honestly tell you that I never once saw her without a small on her face and passion in her heart for the members of our agency and community!!
Please join me in wishing Bonnie well in the next chapter of her life and in thanking her for her amazing commitment and service to me, our agency, and community!
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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