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Edward "Scrappy" Mulville
It is with the deepest sympathy that the Dunkirk Police Department announces the death of retired Chief of Police Edward "Scrappy" Mulville on 9/26/09. Chief Mulville was the Chief of the Dunkirk Police Department from 1970 until his retirement in 1986. He was a 34 year veteran of the Dunkirk Police Department.
His complete obituary can be found here: Chief Mulville
Andrew J. Balzer Jr.
His complete obituary can be found here: Chief Balzer Obituary
Edward J. Zentz
Edward J. Zentz, 83, of Dunkirk, N.Y., died September 27, 2010 at Brooks Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was a 21 year member of the Dunkirk Police Department retiring in 1972. He also served as a past President of the Dunkirk Police Benevolent Association.
His complete obituary can be found here: Edward J. Zentz
Charles A. Graves
Charles A. Graves, 94, of Dunkirk, stopped breathing and paying taxes Monday (Oct. 18, 2010) after a brief illness. Charles served in the United States Army as a Staff Sergeant in the 43rd Cavalry Recon Troop, fighting in the Pacific Theater, earning an American Defense Service Medal, an Asiatic Pacific Service Medal and a Philippine Liberation Ribbon with a Bronze Star. Upon his honorable discharge as a decorated war veteran in 1945, he re-turned home to Dunkirk, joining the Dunkirk Police Department on August 13, 1945 as a patrolman, retiring in 1978. In 1970, Charles was named Policeman of the Year.
His complete obituary can be found here: Charles A. Graves
Donald E. Reardon
Donald E. Reardon, age 88, of Venice, FL, died on October 29, 2010. He was born on July 27, 1922 in Dunkirk, NY, and had resided in Venice for 30 years. He was a police officer in Dunkirk for 33 years.
His complete obituary can be found here: Donald E. Reardon
Leroy F. Fox
Leroy served on the Dunkirk Police Force from June 2, 1968 until July 4, 1988 as a patrolman and was dis-tinguished as an expert marksman. He retired from the DPD as a desk sergeant. Lee went on the Fredonia Police Department and continued to serve his community as a dispatcher from Oct. 17, 1990 until Jan. 1, 1998.
His complete obituary can be found here: Leroy F. Fox
Gordon R. Vetter
Gordon R. Vetter, 89, of Bennett Road, Dunkirk, NY, died Saturday (April 14, 2012) at Brooks Memorial Hospital. A lifelong Dunkirk resident, Mr. Vetter was a retired Police Officer for the City of Dunkirk Police Department. At the time of his retirement, he served as the Desk Sergeant.
His complete obituary can be found here: Gordon R. Vetter
Paul W. Raynor
Paul W. Raynor, 78, of Dunkirk died Saturday morning (June 8, 2013) at home surrounded by his loving family. He had been employed as a police officer for the city of Dunkirk, retiring in 1987.
His complete obituary can be found here: Paul W. Raynor
Thomas E. Katta
Retired Police Lieutenant Thomas E. Katta, 65, of Dunkirk ended a brave fight with cancer Sunday evening (June 1, 2014) with his family at his side.
A graduate of Dunkirk High School, Class of 1966, Mr. Katta served in the U.S. Army as a policeman and detective in Italy until 1971. He joined the Dunkirk Police Department in 1973, retiring in 2008 after 35 years of service.
His complete obituary can be found here: Thomas E. Katta
Richard A. Kalfas Sr.
Richard A. "Dick" Kalfas Sr., 84, of Dunkirk died Sunday morning (July 27, 2014) at Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk.
His complete obituary can be found here: Richard A. Kalfas Sr.
Leonard Anthony Drozdziel, 87, of Dunkirk died September 20, 2014 at Buffalo General Hospital. Leonard was a man dedicated to family, community, and work. After serving in the United States Army during WWII as a military policeman, he joined the Dunkirk City Police Department, retiring in 1982 as a police lieutenant. Leonard, known for his goodness and fairness, was a "good guy cop" willing to give someone the benefit of the doubt and a second chance.
His complete obituary can be found here: Leonard Drozdziel
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