Dedication Ceremony Held In Honor of Sheriff William A. Hasenauer At a morning ceremony, Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol unveiled a plaque dedicating the Sheriff’s Office Administrative Conference Room as the “William A. Hasenauer Conference Room” in honor of former Oneida County Sheriff William A. Hasenauer. Sheriff Hasenauer was the longest serving Oneida County Sheriff since its’ inception in 1798. Members of the Sheriff’s Office were joined at the ceremony by Sheriff Hasenauer’s wife, daughter, and granddaughter. During the ceremony, several highlights about Sheriff Hasenauer were noted including: • William A. Hasenauer was born on today’s date (July 29, 1929), 90 years ago. • Sheriff Hasenauer passed away on October 3rd of 2018 • He severed as a Police Officer and Police Chief in the Village of Oriskany before joining the Oneida county Sheriff’s Office. • He served in a number of capacities during his career at the Sheriff’s Office including Undersheriff for then Sheriff Joseph Piccola. • Bill Hasenauer was appointed to the Office of Sheriff by the New York State Governor in 1973 when Sheriff Piccola decided to vacate the office, becoming the 58th Sheriff of Oneida County. • Sheriff Hasenauer was subsequently elected to four additional terms in office and was the first Sheriff in Oneida County to serve four year terms. Prior to this, Sheriff’s served (3) year terms. Bill Hasenauer served a total of 35 years in law enforcement. • Serving for just over 17 years (1973-1990), Sheriff William Hasenaeur has been the longest serving Sheriff in Oneida County. Photo #1 (left to right): Captain Randy Pflieger, Captain Lisa Zurek, Chief Deputy Greg Pflieger, Sheriff Robert Maciol, Mrs. Elizabeth Hasenauer (Sheriff Hasenauer’s wife), L J Hasenauer (Sheriff Hasenauer’s daughter), (Sheriff Hasenauer’s granddaughter), Chief Deputy Rick O’Meara, Undersheriff Joseph Lisi, and Captain Jim Paravati.