We are fortunate to have one of the most giving communities you could live in. People here give of their time and other resources on a regular basis. In the past, I had fun coaching, being on a few boards, and even serving as mayor of small-town Kershaw, SC. Today, Justice4Kids, keeping our community informed, and recognizing people that make a difference in our community is my focus.
Michelle is married to her high school sweetheart, Matt Harris, a Lieutenant with the City of Lancaster Fire Department. They have three beautiful children who attend AJ High and Middle Schools. Michelle completed her EMT Course in 2009 and was hired in 2010. In 2014, she decided to advance in her profession once again and attended Paramedic School to complete her degree and has been a paramedic for Lancaster County EMS for 11 years now. Her favorite part of being a paramedic is helping people in emergency situations.
Chase is originally from Great Falls and moved to Lancaster in 2000. He graduated from Buford High School. When Chase was 15 years old, he started riding with deputies from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office and knew then that he wanted to pursue a career in law enforcement. Now, he is on the roads patrolling for Lancaster County. His favorite part of the job is helping people at their lowest points and helping them into better situations. He also enjoys talking with the kids and seeing them light up when they have police education classes. Chase is married and has three children.