Sgt. Matthews grabs Value Jackson Award this month

JACKSON HOLE, WYO — Congratulations go out to Tony Matthews, a sergeant in the Jackson Police Department. Tony has been keeping the Town of Jackson safe since 2007.

Sgt. Matthews was recently nominated by Josh Wilson to receive this month’s Value Jackson Award.

According to Wilson, Sgt. Matthews is a guy who lives up to the town values through his positive and friendly attitude every day.

“He’s easy to work with,” remarked Wilson. “I see him living the Town of Jackson Values and excelling in the areas of openness, respect, and professionalism.”

Each month one Town of Jackson employee who has demonstrated exemplary levels of one or more of the Town Values:

  • Openness
  • Innovation
  • Respect
  • Professionalism
  • Positive Workplace
  • Stewardship & Conservation
  • It Is My Job. It Is Our Job.
    ….is selected to receive the Value Jackson Award.

If you see Tony around, give him a high five and tell him “Congrats!”

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