ELKHART — The newest corrections officers for the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office will take their oaths on Monday and officially begin their service.

The ceremony will be at 3:30 p.m. in Elkhart Superior Court 2 located at 315 S. 2nd St., Elkhart, with the officers accepting the oath from Judge Stephen Bowers.

The new officers are:

n Alexander Alber is a 2011 graduate from Central High School. In 2018 he became a reserve officer for the Nappanee Police Department before he started his career with the county on July 15.

n Brianna Nolin is a 2016 graduate from Triton High School. She started her career with the county on July 15.

n David Fenton is a 2015 graduate from Community Baptist Christian School. He started his career with the county on July 15.

n Drew Irons is a 2019 graduate from Vincennes University where he obtained an associate degree. He started his career with the county on July 15.

n Nicholas Gregory is a 2019 graduate from Northridge High School. He started his career with the county on July 15.

n Victor Hernandez is a 2014 graduate from Washington High School. He started his career with the county on July 15.

n Noah Santoyo is a 2016 graduate from Jimtown High School. He started his career with the county on July 29.

n Zachary Novak is a 2019 graduate from La Porte High School. Sept. 16 is the start of his career with the county.

n Johnathan Kirkendall is a 2018 graduate from Northridge High School. Sept. 16 is the start of his career with the county.

n Austin Hamilton graduated from Indiana State University with a bachelor of science degree in 2018. Sept. 16 is the start of his career with the county.

n Eryn Tumbleson is a 2017 graduate from New Prairie High School. Sept. 16 is the start of her career with the county.

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