Ulderich welcomed to new position by
Commission President Kevin Helmick

Seth Ulderich has been appointed as Calhoun County's new Home Confinement Officer by the Calhoun County Commission.

Ulderich is a resident of Calhoun County, and a 2008 graduate of Calhoun County High School.

He is a certified correctional officer, having previously served at Lorrie Yeager Juvenile Detention Center in Parkersburg. He has also been appointed as humane officer by Sheriff Jeff Starcher, and has been designated as dog warden by the Calhoun County Commission.

Officer Ulderich will commence his duties immediately.

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