Six emergency services agencies honored their top officers May 28, 2014, at the St. Lucie County Hundred Club's annual awards banquet at Gator Trace Country Club.
Founded in 1987, the St. Lucie County Hundred Club serves the emergency services professionals of St. Lucie County by providing financial support to families of law enforcement, corrections officers and firefighter/EMTs seriously injured or killed in the line of duty.
Those who were honored for outstanding accomplishments are listed below. Click the link to learn more about the accomplishments that earned these officers recognition by their agencies, in the words of their agencies' leaders:
- Special Agent Eric Jester of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, presented by Resident Agent in Charge Michael Bartus;
- Lt. Tom Mikovsky of the St. Lucie County Fire District, presented by Fire Chief Ron Parrish;
- Port St. Lucie Police Officer Scott Johnson, presented by Chief John Bolduc;
- Fort Pierce Police Detective Tyrone Campbell, presented by Chief R. Sean Baldwin;
- Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Justin Gitto, presented by Lt. Harry Coker; and
- St. Lucie County Sheriff's Detective Paul Pearson, presented by Sheriff Ken J. Mascara.
The St. Lucie County Hundred Club's website 100clubslc.org has details about the organization and how to become a member.