Marian “My” Inderelst, Keith Neiswender, and Howard “Larry” Sipple were sworn in this week as new deputies in Chester County Sheriff Carolyn “Bunny” Welsh’s Office. IWelsh said: “Each deputy is unique in their skills talents and abilities. They are an outstanding addition to our already high-quality, professional staff.” nderelst attended the Delaware County Community College’s Police Academy. She graduated in 2017 and accepted a part-time position with the West Brandywine Township Police Department. Part of her attraction to the Sheriff’s Office was, she says, its K-9 Unit, saying that it would be a dream to connect two of her passions. Neiswender, a native of Birdsboro, graduated from the Montgomery County Community College’s Police Academy in 2005 after stints in the Navy and Army National Guard. Sipple earned an associate’s degree in arts and sciences from the University of Delaware, joined the Navy, and subsequently attended the Delaware County Community College’s Police Academy, graduating in 2002. He spent 13 years with the Caln Township Police Department and has worked part time for the police forces in Sadsbury Township and West Grove. Welsh said the three deputies, who already have their Act 120 police certification, will participate in a rigorous 11-week regimen of orientation and field training. Inderelst and Sipple will then travel to Harrisburg for two weeks of state training, a program that Neiswender has already completed.