Life-long Huron Township resident Steve Trombly was sworn in as a full time patrol officer for the Huron Police Department by Clerk Kathleen Van Wasshnova at Township Hall on Tuesday.
Other Township Officials present for the swear in were Huron Township Supervisor David Glaab and Huron Township Director of Public Safety Everette Robbins.
Officer Trombly graduated from the Huron School District in 2008 and was previously employed as a police officer with the Detroit Police Department from 2015-2016.
“Officer Trombly comes from a great family that has deep roots in the Huron Township community. One thing that stuck out to me immediately about Steve is that he is a great family man and father. Those are the quality type of individuals that we are proud to add to our department. I am confident that we have gained a quality officer who will work hard every day to meet our department’s core values,” said Director of Public Safety Everette Robbins.
“It is always a positive thing when you have the ability to hire an officer who has been in the community he will serve his entire life. The relationships, friendships and reputation that he has built in our community will be an asset to us all. I look forward to watching him grow as a police officer and see where his career will take him.”
“We are very pleased to welcome Officer Steve Trombly to the Huron Township Police Department. The quality of our department continues to grow as we add quality officers to our ranks,” said Supervisor Glaab.
Source: Huron Township Police Department