We stand together and pay our respects to our fellow officers and their loved ones. Please take a moment to remember those who have served with us and their families.
It is with deep sorry that we inform you all of the sudden passing of Chief Egbert D. Hawes Jr. (ret) of the Little Compton Police Dept. LITTLE COMPTON – EGBERT D. HAWES JR., 83, retired Chief of Police of Little Compton, of Pleasant View Dr., formerly of Rumford,...read more
We regret to report the sudden passing of Retired Lee Police Chief Edward J. Finnegan. Chief Finnegan served as a Police Officer in the Town of Lee from 1971 until 1977 before being appointed Chief of Police in Lee in 1977 serving in that position until 1994. During...read more
Remembering Stonehill’s Longest Serving President Rev. Bartley MacPháidín, C.S.C. ’59 We are deeply saddened by the passing of Rev. Bartley MacPhaidin, the longest serving president of Stonehill College. Please visit the link to read of Rev. MacPhaidin’s...read more
It is with great sadness that we inform you of Chief Brian Sullivan’s dad passing away suddenly. Below are the dates and times for Lincoln Police Chief Brian Sullivan’s dad’s wake and funeral arrangements. The services for Chief Sullivan’s dad are: Monday, February...read more
Kevin was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from North Quincy High School in 1963. During his Senior year, he joined the United States Naval Reserves. Upon graduation, Kevin went on Active Duty for four years including a tour in Vietnam on the Robert E....read more