Blue Federal Credit Union presents the "Badge of Honor"

With the Blue Federal Credit Union Badge of Honor, we look to recognize the men and women who protect our cities, counties, state and country.  Nominees for “The Badge of Honor” serve in law enforcement, fire and safety departments and our military.

To submit your nomination, go online to KGWN.TV and click on the Badge of Honor, or visit Blue FCU’s seventh avenue branch to fill out a submission. Tune into KGWN every Wednesday night, as we salute a winner for Blue Federal Credit Union’s Badge of Honor.


This week's honoree - May 9, 2018

Geff Mims


Cheyenne Police Officer Geff Mims is a School Resource Officer at Carey Junior High, and is being honored for going above and beyond to ensure school safety and encouraging students to chase their dreams. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner.

  • May 2 Winner

    Robert Charley


    Deputy Robert Charley who is being recognized for his dedication to the Cheyenne community both in and out of uniform. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner.

  • April 26 Winner

    Rob Hackett

    Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Deputy Rob Hackett is honored for not only protecting others, but showing compassion for people in his community. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner

  • April 18 Winner

    Donnie Heiduck

    Laramie County Detective Heiduck is honored for helping staff meeting childcare needs by program spending hours fingerprinting to meet state child care licensing requirements. He also coordinated the creation and donation of quilts for Head Start children during the winter. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner.

  • April 12 Winner

    Adriana Riekens

    She is a member of the Air Force 90th Missile Wing’s legal office and is being honored for her service to her country. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner.

  • April 4 Winner

    Ginger Peterson

    Peterson is honored for her years of service to the Cheyenne Police Department . Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner.

  • March 28 Winner

    Regina Himmelman

    Himmelman is honored for her more than 30 years of service to local emergency management. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner.

  • March 21 Winner

    Jason Lindsay

    Jason Lindsay is a firefighter with Cheyenne Fire and Rescue. In addition, he serves as a paramedic and a paramedic instructor. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. Check back each week as we salute a new winner.

  • March 14 Winner

    Eli Flores

    Eli Flores is a Vietnam veteran. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast.

  • March 7 Winner

    William Westerfield

    Westerfield has served as a sailor,Wyoming State Trooper, a Laramie County Sheriff's Deputy and as Wyoming State Park Ranger. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. 

  • February 28 Winner

    Ivan Pixley of the United States Army 

    Ivan Pixley served his country as a member of the United States army. He has also served with the U.S. Postal Service. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast. 

  • February 21 Winner

    Sergeant Chad Bade of the University of Wyoming Police Department 

    Sergeant Bade serves as the Active Shooter Instructor for the department, is the proud partner of a Explosives Detection K-9 and is the Adopt-A-Cop for the football team. In addition, he is pursuing his Master's degree. Click here to watch his spot from KGWN's broadcast.