The Fort Worth Business Press named Manny Ramirez, a Fort Worth Police sergeant and Police Officers Association president, among the 2019 honorees of its 40 Under 40 Awards.
Ramirez, 31, was born and raised in Fort Worth. He has worked as a patrol officer, gang enforcement officer, hostage negotiator, robbery detective and sergeant. He has received multiple awards for lifesaving efforts and dedicated service. Most recently, he was awarded the Combined Law Enforcement Agencies of Texas 2018 Officer of the Year Award.
Ramirez is an alumni of W.E. Boswell High School, Tarleton State University and Texas Christian University. He is an Advisory Council member for the Salvation Army DFW.
The 40 Under 40 Awards honor young Fort Worth residents who are part of the next generation that will make Tarrant County a great place to live and work.
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