Mosciski appoints Undersheriff
ARENAC COUNTY — On Jan. 9 newly-seated Arenac County Sheriff James Mosciski appointed Don McIntyre as Undersheriff for his term as sheriff.
“I hired Don back five years ago (during a past term as Sheriff) because of his credentials,” Mosciski said. “I’ve seen his growth and he has a real interest in law enforcement.”
McIntyre, formerly a deputy, says he’s looking forward to the new responsibility.
“I guess I look forward to being in contact with the people of the community more, I come from the night shift so there was less contact,” he said, adding the appointment was totally unexpected. “I’m very excited about it (being Undersheriff). I love this county and I really love the people of the Sheriff’s Department.”
Mosciski says McIntyre’s duties in the new position will include “Anything that the Sheriff delegates. He takes my place when I’m not here.
“He does a lot of the scheduling. He’s pretty much in charge of any grants we’ll be getting.”
Prior to being hired as a deputy in Arenac County, McIntyre worked at Wolverine Human Services, a juvenile detention center in Vassar. Currently, he lives in Standish with his wife and two children who attend Standish-Sterling Community Schools.