Summit Animal Control and Shelter announces promotions |

Summit Animal Control and Shelter announces promotions

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office has announced the promotion of Lesley Hall to the position of director for the Summit County Animal Control and Shelter – and Steve Martin to the position of animal control supervisor. 

Hall began working for the department in 1988 as an animal control officer. She was promoted to supervisor in 1993 and most recently to director in March 2010. Hall grew up in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio and has a bachelor’s of science in wildlife conservation and management from the University of Wyoming.

Hall has been trained in numerous areas of animal control, including the University of Missouri’s National Cruelty Investigations School and is certified in basic wildland firefighting.

Martin joined Summit County Animal Control and Shelter in 2006 as an animal control officer and was promoted to animal control supervisor in April 2010. He is a native of Michigan and moved to Summit County in 2004. He is certified in technical animal rescue and basic wildland firefighting. Steve fills the position vacated by Hall’s promotion to director.

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