Board of Supervisors Honor Two Retiring County Employees
GLENN COUNTY – On Tuesday, January 10, 2023, the Glenn County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted resolutions honoring the service of two retiring County of Glenn employees.
The Board adopted a resolution honoring the service of Deputy Probation Officer IV Tara Flewelling upon her retirement after 28 years of tireless service and dedication to the children and families of Glenn County. Tara was hired on December 1, 1994 and promoted through the ranks to Deputy Probation Officer IV. For more than 20 years, Tara has served as the department’s juvenile placement officer, the most complex assignment that exists within any Probation Department in the State of California.
The Board adopted a resolution honoring Sheriff Richard Warren on his retirement as Sheriff and to recognize his 35 years of exemplary service and dedication to the County of Glenn and its citizens. Sheriff Warren was hired as a jailer/dispatcher at the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office in 1988. He was hired by the Willows Police Department in 1990. In 1998 he returned to the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office and in 2011 was promoted to Undersheriff. Upon the retirement of Sheriff Jones, Richard was elected Glenn County Sheriff where he served for two terms. Sheriff Warren will be retiring after nearly 35 years of service. He credits his success to the support and sacrifice of his wife Kerri. They married in 1988 just after he started his law enforcement career, and she has been his encouragement and foundation throughout his career. Sheriff Warren also praises his children, Jessica and Gannon, for their love and support over the years.