Denny Fisk steps down after 26 years of service to sheriff's department


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Denny Fisk (second from left) is stepping down from the Hancock County Sheriff's Merit Board after 26 years of service. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Merit Board will start the new year without one of its most seasoned members.

After 26 years, Denny Fisk has resigned from the merit board, which oversees a multitude of things including employee pensions, promotions and the hiring process of deputies. He will be replaced by Bernie Campbell, a former merit board member who is returning to serve once again.

Working on the merit board was a position that for Fisk had become more of a passion than a job.

“It’s very tough to give this up,” Fisk said after his final board meeting last week.

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