Sgt. Anthony “Tony” Craigo serves as the Domestic and Sexual Violence Investigator with the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department and is an active participant in more than 20 other organizations throughout West Virginia.
Sgt. Craigo has an extensive background in law enforcement serving in roles that include trainer, educator and consultant for agencies at the local, state and national levels. Some of his professional areas of training and expertise include domestic and sexual violence, stalking, teen dating violence, elder abuse, investigation oversight for Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) crimes and more.
Sgt. Craigo takes a special interest in advocating for female victims of domestic and sexual assault crimes in our community. In recent years, he has been recognized for his work with advocacy and survivor service awards from Branches, Inc., the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of West Virginia and the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
When asked what he most valued about Putnam County Health Department, Sgt. Craigo praised the pride and passion with which Putnam County Health Department employees execute their work for the community. “They exhibit a level of professionalism and integrity in their job that should make the citizens of Putnam County very proud.”
In his free time, Sgt. Craigo enjoys woodworking, fishing, farming, listening to music and participating in volunteer initiatives with his church.
Cindy Farley is a retired registered nurse and former Vice President of Business Development at Genesis Healthcare. Cindy is well-connected in the community and has an extensive background in-clinic healthcare, specializing in long-term geriatric care and community nursing.
In addition to her role as President of the Putnam County Health Department Board of Directors, Cindy is a member of the Great Rivers Addiction Council and sits on the Board of Directors for Putnam County Aging, West Virginia Health Information Network and the West Virginia Geriatric Society. She has also served in leadership positions for political organizations that include the West Virginia Federation of Republican Women, Putnam County Republican Women and Putnam County Republican Club.
As a member of the board, Cindy says she is dedicated to ensuring that the Putnam County Health Department continues to be the place where Putnam Country residents can turn to for questions, concerns and suggestions related to public health and sanitation in the community.
In her spare time, Cindy enjoys knitting, reading, traveling and volunteering.
David L. Rossi serves as the active Administration and Maintenance Manager at Quality Woods Inc. located it Eleanor, West Virginia. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Management from the WVU Institute of Technology and is specialized in project management, financial development and information technology – all of which are valuable assets for the growth of the Putnam County Health Department.
David is Chairman of the Midland Trail friends of NRA, the Charleston chapter of the National Rifle Association and is a regular donor for the American Red Cross.
In his time on the board, David says he has found a special appreciation for the watchdog role that Putnam County Health Department plays in keeping our community healthy and safe from water, sewage, and foodservice industry threats. He looks forward to seeing that work ensue for years to come.
His hobbies include spending quality time with his grandchildren, hunting, fishing and watching WVU sports.
Mrs. Mayberry is the mother of 2 beautiful girls and wife to longtime Hurricane resident, Mike Mayberry. She graduated with Honors from West Virginia State University with a Bachelors in History. During her internship at WVSU, Nicole organized the cleanup of an African American coal miner cemetery. She has been a Disability Evaluation Specialist for the State of West Virginia since 2019. Nicole has always lived in Putnam County, but was raised on an 80-acre goat farm in rural Putnam. She has always grown a garden (and comes from a long line of farmers), composted, recycled, and raised chickens.
Nicole and her daughters regularly participate in trash cleanups and volunteer together at the Putnam Animal Shelter. Getting kids involved in environmental-friendly, preservation, and other outdoor activities is her passion and sees this come to fruition by volunteering in her daughters’ local 4-H club!
Mrs. Mayberry serves on the Board of Directors for the Wild Ramp Farmer’s Market in Huntington where she assists in events on their Development Committee.
Nicole was also elected as Regional Director of the Mid-Atlantic region for National Association of Disability Examiners (NADE). She was also one of the founding members of WVADE, the WV chapter of NADE and served as their secretary, where she also created their logo.
Nicole also serves as an advisory member to the City of Hurricane Development Authority. Mrs. Mayberry also assists with the planning and marketing of Charleston WV Celtic Calling, where she successfully facilitated a Guinness World Record Attempt in March 2022. Nicole was recently voted in as a trustee for Celtic Calling.
In addition, she returned for her second year as a WV FairyBossMother and has greatly contributed to their dress closet.
Mrs. Mayberry recently applied and was awarded a grant to create a free community fruit tree orchard in the city of Hurricane (located at Meeks Mountain Trails)- she is now a Community Fruit Tree Steward. Nicole has many ideas and projects to create a healthier Putnam County!
Nicole volunteers with WV Free Mom Hugs at their statewide happenings, providing hugs at LGBQT events.
Mrs. Mayberry also works closely with Solar United Neighbors and Solar Holler of WV, and will be collaborating to create a Putnam County solar co-op in the Fall of 2022.
When she isn’t working or volunteering, you can find Nicole kayaking with her husband, attending festivals and concerts, or planning her family’s next adventure.