Sheriff appoints new undersheriff, chief deputies.

June 1, 2018

From left: Davila, Vansickle, Wilson, Cole.

Sheriff appoints new leadership team.

LUDINGTON — Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole has appointed Derrek Wilson as the new undersheriff. Wilson replaces Jody Hartley who retired effective May 31. Wilson has been serving as the chief deputy of the road patrol. Wilson has been with the Mason County Sheriff’s Office for 17 years.

Replacing Wilson as chief deputy of the road patrol is Oscar Davila, who most recently served as a sergeant. Davila has been with the sheriff’s office for 19 years.

Kenny Vansickle was recently promoted to the newly created position of chief deputy of corrections division. Vansickle has been with the sheriff’s office for 12 years.

“These three men have a combined experience of almost five decades and each is a natural leader” said Sheriff Cole. “Undersheriff Hartley and myself have worked hard to create a secession plan for this department that will see it run efficiently and effectively for many years to come. I am confident that Undersheriff Wilson, and chief deputies Davila and Vansickle will continue to serve the public with the standards we have set during my administration.”


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