A TRIBUTE to the
and to the
#10 Pembroke Chapter
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Welcome to this website which is my way as a private citizen to pay hommage and a
Ontario Provincial Police Veterans' Association
and to the
# 10 Pembroke Chapter
The aim of this website
is to inform and familiarize the visitors with the
formation, membership and activities
of the Chapter
to make them aware of a number of other
interesting and informative links.
the retirees in this area were members of the #10 Perth Chapter.
During the latter part of 1995,
Brothers George Sullivan and Peter van Hoof, Pembroke, Ontario,
looked into the possibility of forming a Veterans' Chapter
located in the northern part of what was then known
as the # 10 District with the O.P.P. Headquarters
located in Perth, Ontario.
The first luncheon meeting took place at Fred's Restaurant, Chapeau, Quebec
on Wednesday, January 17th, 1996
and the Chapter was formed at that time.
Brother Sullivan was elected Chairman and Brother van Hoof was elected Secretary/treasurer for that year.
The Chapter subsequently received its
Charter in 1997.
History of the former Pembroke Police Service
On February 8, 1878 , a motion was passed by the Council of the Town of Pembroke to hire a Town Constable.
It was not until November 15, 1878 that James Devlin was hired at a salary of $400.00 per year.
Constable Devlin lived on Cemetery St , now know as Miller Street , in Pembroke.
Some of the duties of the Town Constable at that time, included the collection of taxes, and the maintenance of platforms (sidewalks) and the pumping station.
Constable Devlin also assumed the role of Truant Officer and Dog Catcher.
For six years between 1872 and 1878, the Town of Pembroke , and its surrounding area,
was patrolled solely by two County Constables ,
one of whom was Daniel H. Duffy, who in 1881 became the Chief of Police for the town of Pembroke and
a constable Dennison.
Chiefs of Police that followed Chief Duffy included
Michael Lee, Chief Butler, Harry Carrol, David McLaughlin, Thomas Espy and Dan Carnegie.
In September 1925, D.J (Dan) Carnegie enlisted with the Pembroke Police force.
Carnegie was promoted to Sergeant and later to Chief Constable in 1943.
The entire Pembroke Police Force at that time consisted of nine men.
Chief Carnegie maintained the position of Chief for 19 years before his retirement in 1962.
It was November 1, 1941 when Bert S. Dickie enlisted with the Pembroke Police Force.
He left the force however, to serve his country with the
Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II, returning to his duties June of 1946.
Shortly after his return, Dickie was promoted to the position of
Sergeant on March 1, 1947 and then again to the role of Inspector on February 1, 1954 .
Inspector Dickie was promoted to Chief Constable in 1962.
Bert S. Dickie served as Chief of Police for Pembroke for a period of 21 years
and retired in 1983
Sergeant Robert Purvis became Chief of Police upon Chief Dickies retirement in 1983 and served
until his own retirement on June 28, 1991.
In 1991, Donald Kidder took over the role of Chief and continued in this capacity
until he retired on April 30, 1999.
In 1999, Blair MacIssac succeeded Chief Kidder and served as Chief of Police until his successor,
Acting Deputy Chief David Hawkins took over the reins in 2007.
Chief David Hawkins began his policing career with the Pembroke Police Force on October 1, 1978.
As a Sergeant he was named Acting Deputy Chief in June 2006 and further designated as Acting Chief in May 2007.
He was officially appointed to the position of Chief of Police on October 20, 2007
until his retirement in 2013 when the O.P.P. took over the duties of policing the City of Pembroke.
The Pembroke Police Service has grown from a force of one Constable to the quality group of individuals
who were its makeup.
The Service had a complement of 58 members in 2009.
These members were comprised of 30 officers, 16 full-time civilians
(including clerical, dispatchers and 6 Special Constables)
as well as 12 part-time Special Constables who also provided essential services to the community.
Since 1878, the Pembroke Police Force grew and matured into the Pembroke Police Service
and dedicated itself to providing
the best possible service it could to the community of Pembroke.
Due to increasing costs, the Police Services Board recommended to the Pembroke City Council
that the Ontario Provincial Police be approached
to provide a costing for police services for the City of Pembroke.
Council agreed with the recommendation and proceeded accordingly.
After analyzing financial and operational implications,
after gathering and considering input from local rate payers
and after considerable soul searching,
on March 20, 2012, the Pembroke City Council made the difficult decision to contract
with the O.P.P. to provide policing service to the City of Pembroke.
The Pembroke Police Services Board
fully supported this decision.
On July 6, 2013, the transition from Pembroke Police Service to O.P.P. policing was completed.
The Police Station remained located at 169 William Street, Pembroke, Ontario
while the new location was being completed.
In early 2015, the new O.P.P. Pembroke police office was opened for service
and is located at 77 International Drive, Pembroke, Ontario.
Pembroke Police Department
circa late 1940s or early 1950s
Back row - L to R - Officers Orville Christink, Huntley Monro, Lorne Sullivan, Ed Molson, Jim McDaniels,
Ab Warren & Bob Ritchie
Front row - L to R - Sgt. Gerry Johnston, Bert Dickie, Chief Dan Carnegie and Sgt. Frank Potter
The two founding members & the owner of the restaurant
where the first meeting took place.
L to R - George Sullivan, Fred Meilleur & Peter van Hoof
The following police veterans were members of the executive
during the years indicated below the photos.
Year 1996 - Chairman: George Sullivan
Sec./treasurer: Peter van Hoof
Years 1997 and 1998 - Chairman: Wayne Pratt
Sec./treasurer: John Bromilow
Year 1999 - Chairman: John Fitzpatrick
Sec./treasurer: Allen Kuehl
Years 2000 and 2001 - Chairman: Allen Kuehl
Sec./treasurer: Marc-André Rousseau
Year 2002 - Chairman: Peter van Hoof
Sec./treasurer: Marcel Champagne
Years 2003, 2004 and 2005 - Chairman: Jim McWade
Sec./treasurer: Marcel Champagne
Years 2006, 2007 - Chairman: Peter Hamilton
Sec./treasurer: James McWade
Year 2008 - Chairman: Peter Hamilton
Sec./treasurer: Bob Bittorf
Years 2009, 2010 - Chairman: Marcel Champagne
Sec./treasurer: Bob Bittorf
Year 2011 - Chairman: Robert Wilson
Sec./treasurer: Ralph Pickard
Years 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016 -
Chairman: Marcel Champagne
Sec./treasurer: Colette Stitt
The objectives of the O.P.P.V.A. are to promote good will and fellowship amongst
the present & former uniform and civilian members
of the O.P.P. and their spouses
and to keep the members informed of any changes that may affect their
well being and retirement.
Chairman: Marcel Champagne
Sec./treasurer: Colette Stitt
Two Directors were nominated for a three year term on
19 October 2014
At a later date, two persons were chosen to
represent their respective area.
Director - 3 year term
Renfrew & Arnprior
Representative - 3 year term
Killaloe & Whitney
Representative - 3 year term
Pembroke & Rolphton
Director - 3 year term
M.A. (Andy) Rousseau
The Pembroke Chapter is composed of
Regular, Life and Honorary members.
As of June 14th, 2016, the Chapter has seventy-eight (78) members divided as follows:
Regular: (Uniform (27), Civilian (1), Auxiliary (5), Associate (6) & FOP (0) - thirty-nine (39)
Life: four (4)
Honorary: thirty-five (35)
for a total of seventy-eight (78) members in good standing.
The Chapter also has other eligible non members.
At the present time (June 2016),
the actual number of possible eligible members living in the Chapter area is unknown.
Regular Members ( Uniform, Civilian, Auxiliary, Associate & FOP) - 39
Adair, Bruce - Beevis, John (Alysia) - Bittorf, Robert - Boire, Donald -
Boyle, Dianne - Champagne, Marcel - Clark, David (Carol) - Croshaw, William -
Farrell, Edward (Leeann) - Fitzpatrick, John - Francis, Donald (Mary) - Gerundin, Richard (Wenda) -
Graves, Peter (Marion) - Green, Denise (Lyle) - Hanniman, Barry (Susan) -
Howat, David (Patricia) - Kossatz, Gregory -
Kuseler, Earl (Evelyn) - Larocque, Raymond (Diane) - Mahoney, Lawrence (Nancy) -
McGregor, James - McWade, James - Mosher, Gordon - Paradis, Clément (Barbara) -
Patterson, Patrick - Pickard, Ralph - Pratt, Wayne - Quilty, Michael - Rathier, André (Elizabeth) -
Rousseau, Marc-André - Savage, James (Donna) - Sharpe, Terrence - Smith, Lawrence -
Snider, Brian (Nora) - Stitt, Colette - Stott, David (Cheryll) - Sullivan, George - Turner, Lorna -
Yashinskie, Karen (Ronald) -
Life Members - 4
Boehme, Nelson (Bernice) - Bromilow, John - Burchat, Benedict (Helen) -
McGinn, Michael -
Honorary Members - 35
Bittorf, Barbara - Boire, Nancy - Boyle, Irving - Bromilow, Elsie - Cavanaugh, Heather -
Champagne, Wendy - Crego, Gladys - Croshaw, Louise - Fitzpatrick, Janet - Flegg, Clara -
Graham, Frances - Greer, Linda - Harkins, Coreen - Hearty, Vina - Koch, Joanne - Kossatz, Denise -
Kuehl, Georgina - Lindsay, Joan - McDermott, Frances - McWade, Susan -
Mohns, Betty - Mosher, Sandra - Pearson, Carolyn - Pickard, Heather - Pratt, Patricia -
Quilty, Carol - Robinson, Evelyn - Rouble, Beverley - Rousseau, Monique - Sharpe, Donna - Smith, Margaret -
Sullivan, Lucille - Swrjeski, Beverley - Vernon, Mary - Wirth, Ruth -
Check the photo gallery located in the
" Various Activities and Photos "
of the table of contents
O.P.P. Association " Move Over " Video
Published on Jun 10, 2015
Since 1989, five members of the OPP Association have been killed in roadside collisions.
Despite more than 10 years of education, more than 11,000 tickets being issued by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)
and two hundred and fifty additional reminder signs being placed by the Ministry of Transportation at the request of the OPPA,
many motorists are still unaware of the Move Over law or the fact that it has been on the books since 2003.
View this video.
JOIN the OPPVA
The Ontario Provincial Police Veterans' Association (OPPVA), was formed by Letters Patent on June 6, 1969.
In 1970, the first Executive Board was chosen at the inaugural meeting in Toronto.
Elmer Hoath was named president, Alan Williams vice president, James Stanton secretary, and George Halliday treasurer.
The directors were David L. Mitchell, Charles Wood, Alexander MacLeod, John Clark and Clarence Parmenter.
The original three Chapters totaling 150 members, formed in Kenora, London and Niagara Falls,
have grown to 22 with more than 1,600 members.
The original signators were: David Mitchell, Syl Napolitano, Ross Ball, James Stanton, Alan Williams,
Stewart Foster, Robert Adams, Arthur Hope, George Halliday and Arthur Laing.
We wish to express our sincere gratitude for the foresight and dedication of these members.
It is our objective to maintain and foster the goodwill and fellowship they envisioned and continues to grow.
As set out in the Letters Patent dated June 6, 1969:
A. To promote the best interests of Ontario and Canada;
B. To be of service to the Ontario government;
C. To cooperate with and render assistance to the Ontario Provincial Police in all matters of concern;
D. To promote the social, physical and economic welfare of former members and the auxiliary.
These efforts are supported and reinforced by the OPP, OPP Association,
OPP Commissioned Officers Association and the OPP Auxiliary.
All retired OPP members are life members of the OPPA.
Widows and dependents also receive the attention of the OPPA and OPPVA.
In retirement, these Associations serve as an extension of the Force, whether it be in safeguarding
the pensions and various benefits or maintaining friendships and communications within the police family.
There are three (3) categories of membership that can be granted by resolution:
(Has four (4) categories)
Uniform - Active & Retired Members
Civilian - Any person who was employed by the O.P.P.
Auxiliary - A person who is/was part of the program
Associate - Member of another police department, a paramedic,
a firefighter, MNR, etc...
A member over 80 years of age who has been made a life member by a motion from the Chapter.
Only the surviving spouse of a deceased member
a specific outsider deemed acceptable by the Chapter
(ie. local dignitary who promoted the OPPVA)
the spouse of a member who was made an honorary member
by a motion from the Chapter under the previous By-Laws.
Uniform, Civilian, Auxiliary and Associate members are required
to pay minimal annual dues.
Our coming together is based on fellowship and the maintenance of friendships developed during our years of service.
Chapters meet at various times during the year and families participate in a variety of social events.
Some Chapters are involved in fund raising for children's health programs and other charities.
The health and welfare of our members and their families is a primary concern - you are not forgotten.
Wherever you are in Ontario, you have an OPP Veterans' Association Chapter near you.
Twenty-two (22) Chapters across the province with over 1,600 members and growing.
Those living outside the province can also join.
Enjoy the fellowship and renew friendships while participating in various social activities.
You don't have to be RETIRED to join the OPP Veterans' Association.
Active Members ... Retired Members ... Auxiliary Members ... Civilian OPP employees (secretaries, radio operators mechanics, caretakers etc.) ... Former OPP members ... Special Constables ... Offender Transport Members ... STOP Program Members ... Aboriginal Police Services Members ... Members from the Fire Marshal's office, CN or CPR Police or from other forces without a Retired Police Officers Association or who no longer reside in their force location ... Person who has been associated with police work for at least five years and would be an asset to the local Chapter.
Contact the Chapter you would like to join
to obtain additional information.
1 - Chatham ...2 - London...3 - Burlington...3 - Simcoe-Brantford...4 - Niagara...5 - Toronto...
6 - Guelph...6 - Mount Forest... 8 - Peterborough...9 - Belleville...9 - Kingston...10 - Pembroke...10 - Smiths Falls...
11 - Ottawa...11 - Cornwall...12 - North Bay... 13 - Sudbury...14 - Sault Ste. Marie...
15 - Timmins...16 - Thunder Bay...17 - Kenora...18 - Orillia-Barrie...
Our next dinner meeting will be held at
The Sands Restaurant on Golden Lake,
Highway 60, Golden Lake, Ontario,
on Sunday, 17 July 2016 at 5:00 P.M.
Meet & Greet between 4:00 and 5:00 P.M.
GUESTS ARE WELCOMED
Dinner meetings are held at various area restaurants usually on the third
Sunday of every month, except in December, January & February.
Spouses are always invited and encouraged to attend.
REST IN PEACE
Honorary Member Betty A. AGATE, wife of our late Brother Charles AGATE and of the
late Cecil POFF and Norman KRANZ, passed away on 15 April 2016
Brother Morgan (Bill) FLEGG passed away on December 6th. 2015
Brother Peter A. HAMILTON passed away on November 14th. 2015
Honorary Member Mabel M. COLLINS passed away on June 26th. 2015
Brother Sherwood A. CAVANAUGH passed away on May 16th. 2015
Life member - Brother Archibal T. EADY passed away on April 20th. 2015
Life member - Brother Delbert A. ROBINSON passed away on January 26th. 2015
Life member - Brother Terrence (Terry) HARKINS passed away on November 4th. 2014
Honorary Member - Sister Carol Ann PEARCE, daughter of our late Brother Roy Wilston
and our late Sister Margaret WILSTON, passed away on May 17th. 2014
Brother Garry C. LATENDRESSE passed away on March 22nd. 2014
Brother Lawrence E. ROUBLE passed away on January 10th. 2014
Life Member - Brother Wallace E. MOHNS passed away on November 22nd. 2013
Honorary Member - Sister Margaret WILSTON, the wife of our late brother Roy Wilston,
passed away on January 20th. 2013
Brother D. Wayne CARMODY passed away on January 13th. 2013
Brother Allen J. KUEHL passed away on May 9th. 2012
Brother George Carman GREER passed away on October 12th. 2008
Brother Stephen J. SWRJESKI passed away on October 10th. 2008
Brother Allan MURRAY passed away on January 18th. 2008
Brother Henry George GRAHAM passed away on May 4th. 2006
Brother Jack Herbert WIRTH passed away on July 27th. 2005
Brother Vianney Louis (Butch) CAOUETTE passed away on April 13th. 2005
Brother Murray Foster VERNON passed away on March 21st. 2005
Associate Member - Sister Marie Thérèse DENAULT passed away on April 11th. 2003
Life Member - Brother Keith James CROCKFORD passed away on December 27th. 2001
Brother Henry Connolly HEARTY passed away on June 24th. 1997
Carol McGINN, the wife of Brother Michael McGINN, passed away on December 16th. 2010
Gertrude (Trudy) (TOMLIN) MULVIHILL, the wife of our late Brother Henry (Hank) TOMLIN
and the late Terrence J. MULVIHILL, passed away on January 1st. 2010
Margaret PATTERSON, the wife of Brother Patrick PATTERSON, passed away on January 1st. 2009
Rita CROCKFORD, the wife of our late Brother Keith CROCKFORD, passed away on March 11th. 2008
Donna CROCKER, the wife of Brother Allan CROCKER, passed away on September 4th. 2007
Terrence J. MULVIHILL, the husband of Sister Trudy MULVIHILL (TOMLIN) passed away on December 3rd. 2006
Norma EADY, the wife of Brother Archie EADY, passed away on October 29th. 2004
Kenneth L. WEGNER, the husband of Sister Glenda WEGNER, passed away on October 28th. 2004
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The Canadian Police Memorial Pavillion, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
The Ontario Police Memorial, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The O.P.P. Wall of Honor, Orillia, Ontario, Canada
Detachments in the O.P.P. East Region
Map showing the East Region area
- EAST REGION -
Upper Ottawa Valley Detachment
City of Pembroke Detachment
Ontario Provincial Police - An Historical View of the O.P.P. in Photos
A website showing an historical view of the O.P.P.
along with photos of old equipment, artifacts and other memorabilia.
This is the Ontario Provincial Police Association (OPPA) web site.
A must see site.
From there, you can access the OPPA members " Only Area " with the password.
Once in the members area, you can reach the O.P.P. Veterans' Association of Ontario website.
This is the Ontario Provincial Police Association Credit Union (OPPACU) website.
The only financial institution totally dedicated to the unique needs of the present or retired O.P.P. officers,
Solicitor General employees and their families.
Here, you're not merely a customer but a member and a shareholder.
O.P.P.V.A. - Historical Video
The History of the Ontario Provincial Police Veterans' Association in a video format.
This video has some background music and is 05:01minutes in duration.
O.P.P. Veterans' Association - Provincial Website
The various following Chapter websites can be accessed and viewed
via the O.P.P.V.A. Provincial website shown above.
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #1 - Chatham
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #2 - London
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #3 - Burlington
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #3 - Simcoe-Brantford
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #4 - Niagara
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #5 - Toronto
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #6 - Guelph
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #6 - Mount Forest
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #8 - Peterborough
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #9 - Belleville
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #9 - Kingston
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #10 - Pembroke
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #10 - Smiths Falls
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #11 - Ottawa
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #11 - Cornwall
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #12 - North Bay
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #13 - Sudbury
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #14 - Sault Ste-Marie
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #15 - Timmins
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #16 - Thunder Bay
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #17 - Kenora
O.P.P.V.A. Chapter #18 - Orillia-Barrie
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The International Police Association
The International Police Association is dedicated
" to unite in service and friendship all active and retired members
of the law enforcement services throughout the world ".
Membership now exceeds 460,000 officers in over 66 countries
and is steadily rising.
The I.P.A. is not a labour organization and does not involved
itself in the advancement of
politics, religion, racial matters, discussions involving
employment codes, discipline, working conditions, pay or pensions.
Region 6 Ottawa-Eastern Ontario
Region 6 was formed on September 12th, 2015
and has members representing serving and retired members of
Federal/Provincial/Municipal policing and the Canada Border Service Agency.
Thre are many reasons why our members joined
but perhaps the greatest draw,
after comradeship and social interaction, is in regards to travel.
Any I.P.A. member who travels abroad and files a travel form
is usually met by an I.P.A. member from that country.
For additional information about the I.P.A. and the membership,
visit their website at http://www.iparegion6.com
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This site is a useful resource for students
that are pursuing an education in the criminal justice field.
Online Guide to Law Enforcement
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Our site provides relevant, reliable and up-to-date career information
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National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Inc.
This is the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Inc. web site located in Washington, D.C., USA.
The mission of the NLEOMF is to generate increased public support for the law enforcement profession by permanently recording and appropriately commemorating the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers and to provide information that will help promote law enforcement safety.
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Dr. Hart is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years experience as a clinician and law enforcement consultant in screening law enforcement recruits and at evaluating veteran officers for specialty team assignment (ex. S.W.A.T. Team, Bomb Squad, etc...)
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located at the
Ottawa Valley Health & Wellness Centre,
715 Mackay Street (first floor),
Telephone: (613) 635-4715
Administrator: Monique Yashinskie
Robbie Dean Website: http://www.rdfcc.ca
The Robbie Dean Family Counselling Centre is committed to enhancing mental health services
in Renfrew County to ensure everyone who needs help has access to resources and information.
Mental health is an issue affecting many people perhaps someone you know.
One in five Canadians has a mental health issue,
with suicide being the 2nd. leading cause of death among young Canadians.
CRISIS SUPPORT CLINICS
The clinics are designed to provide immediate mental health support to youth and their families
when facing a mental health crisis.
No referral or scheduled appointment is needed.
In the first three months, the clinics have had over 90 visits from youth and/or family members
wanting to talk about suicidal thoughts, family crisis, self-injury and other mental health related issues
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The Crisis Support Clinics
provide front line de-escalation support, safety planning, education and referral to appropriate agencies.
The clinics are based on a three tier level of service:
A walk-in clinic, a peer-to-peer parent support group and community suicide alert training.
In September 2014, the clinics changed its name and expanded to Petawawa and Arnprior.
There are now FIVE locations, all mapped on our Contact page.
Pembroke - Wednesdays 3:00-7:00 pm
Petawawa - Tuesdays 1:00-5:00 pm
Renfrew - Thursdays 3:00-7:00 pm
Arnprior - 1st & 3rd Mondays 1:00-5:00 pm
Eganville - 2nd & 4th Mondays 1:00-5:00 pm
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Relax and play this very interesting 18 holes mini-putt game.
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When the pistol appears, click on the trigger, aim, and fire.
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Officer Down - Photo Montage
The photos for the montage of this
" OFFICER DOWN "
photograph were taken by and the montage was produced by
a Senior CO2 dispatcher with the Ontario Provincial Police Communication Centre,
Tracey also operates a photography business called " Portage Photography "
in the City of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario.
Changes To The OPP Shoulder Patches
Throughout The Years
Old O.P.P. Hat Badges
The original O.P.P. hat badge - 1909
The Maple Leaf O.P.P. hat badge - circa 1921
The King's Crown O.P.P. hat badge - circa 1923
Pembroke Detachment Personel - 1971
Con Hearty's Retirement Party - 23 Apr. 1988
(L to R) - Lawrence Rouble, Gordon Mosher, Ed Clinton, Bill Croshaw, George Smith, Carman Greer, Con Hearty, Michael Quilty & André Rousseau
Pembroke Detachment Personel - 1965
(L to R) - Front row - Cpl. Harry Boyd, Sec. Maureen Derouin, Sgt. Bill Coxworth, Sec. Marie Denault, Cpl. Wally Mohns & Cpl. James McElroy.
Second row - Cst. Connelly Hearty, Cst. Roy Wilston, Cst. Bill Croshaw, Cst. Earl Porteous, Cst. Neil Culkeen & Cst. Ted Hillsburg.
Third row - Cst. Jack Wirth, Cst. Andy Rousseau, Cst. Harry Klub, Cst. Ted Rowe, Cst. Bill Gardner & Cst. George Grant.
Back row - Cst. Bob Flegg, Cst. Bill Leeking, Cst. James Phelps & Cst. George Smith.
Pembroke Detachment Personel - 1958
Detachment was located at corner of Bell Street and Mackay street, Pembroke, Ontario.
(L to R) - Front row - Cst. Neil Culkeen, Cpl. Harry Boyd, Sec. Marie Denault, Sgt. Joe Hanson, Sec. Maureen Derouin, Cst. Wally Mohns & Ted Hillsburg.
Back row - Cst. George Smith, Cst. Harry Klub, Cst. Garnet Heaslip, Cst. Roy Wilston, Cst. Stan Walker, Cst. James Phelps, Cst. Gord Wingrove, Cst. Charles Agate & Cst. Harry Lawton.
E.W. (Ted) Andress - Pembroke Detachment from 1966 to 1984
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