HANOVER COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — The Hanover Sheriff’s Office was honored Friday for their work investigating a hit and run that seriously injured Denise Gorondy last year.Gorondy was seriously injured in an incident that happened in June of last year.
But thanks to the hard work of deputies and investigators, Gorondy was able to receive the prompt medical care she needed, and the man responsible for the incident was held accountable.
Since then, Gorondy has made a near full recovery.
VCU Medical Center presented deputies with a plaque thanking them for their service.
In the photo, you can see Gorondy, along with her husband Ben and Beth Broering from VCU Medical Center, presenting the award.
Yesterday, Friday, July 21, was a special day for HCSO. We were greeted by Denise Gorondy, her husband Ben Toderico and Beth Broering with the VCU Medical Center. In a small ceremony, Beth Broering presented the HCSO personnel that were involved in the hit & run investigation that seriously injured Ms. Gorondy on June 5, 2016, with a plaque thanking them for their service. It was an honor to be recognized by VCU Health and an absolute privilege to meet Denise and Ben. #ThankYou #SworntoProtectHonoredtoServe