Lifesaving Award presented in Saginaw County, Michigan

Lifesaving Award presented in Saginaw County, MichiganSeveral Corizon Health staff, along with correctional staff, were honored with a Life Saving Award by the Saginaw County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff William Federspiel presented the award at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9809 in Kochville Township on May 10th. The award came as a result of a “code blue” at the Saginaw County Jail involving a civilian who had traveled to the jail to visit a loved one, only to suffer a drug overdose and resulting cardiac arrest.

The Life Saving Award is issued to personnel “who, by personal action, are directly responsible for the saving of a human life.” Recipients of the award were Mark Przybylski, Sergeant Michael Andreotti, Deputy Michael Martin, Corrections Officers Ann Lewis, Jeremy Wenzel and Herbert VanRiper, and Corizon Health team members Holly Stemple, Kim Cheslik, Dawn Olson, Jeremy Geda and Deb Marrs.