Lewisville Town Council to recognize Deputy, Councilman, Fire Chief during April 2017 Council Meeting
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April 11, 2017 (Lewisville, NC)--The Lewisville Town Council will recognize Deputy Matt Mitchell, Dr. Ken Sadler, and Lewisville Fire Chief R. Scott Alderman during its April Town Council Meeting, Thursday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Deputy Matt Mitchell will be recognized for his lifesaving efforts to revive a woman suffering from an opioid overdose. Deputy Mitchell administered Narcan to stop the effects of the opioid and reverse the overdose, saving the woman’s life. Deputy Mitchell is the first member of the Lewisville Community Policing program to administer Narcan in Lewisville.
Dr. Ken Sadler, Lewisville Town Councilman, will be recognized for receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award during the 32nd Annual Community Awards Gala hosted by The Chronicle. Dr Sadler is a retired colonel of the Army Dental Core having served from 1975 to 2003, and is the longest serving member of the Lewisville Town Council having participated in the incorporation of the town in 1991.
Lewisville Fire Chief R. Scott Alderman will be recognized for his service to Lewisville as Lewisville Fire Department’s Fire Chief upon his retirement. Chief Alderman is retiring after serving more than 27 years as a firefighter, with 15 of those years as the Lewisville Fire Department’s Fire Chief. Chief Alderman has served Lewisville, Forsyth County and North Carolina in a number of ways through his tenure with the Lewisville Fire Department, including service as President of the Forsyth County Fire and Rescue Association, Assistant Fire Marshall in Forsyth County, and with service as a member of the International Associate of Fire Chiefs.
The Lewisville Town Council meets monthly on the second Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the first floor Council Chambers of Lewisville Town Hall, 6510 Shallowford Road, Lewisville, NC 27023.