Retired Members

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Eternal rest grant to them, O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon them. …”

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Robert Kratchman

Brother Kratchman passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Robert was born in Brooklyn, New York and resided in Bergen County, New Jersey. Later in life Robert and his wife moved to Mooresville, North Carolina. He retired as Captain the of the Mahwah Police Department after serving 25 years in 1985. Afterwards, he became an ordained deacon and was an active member at St. Elizabeth’s Parish in Wyckoff, New Jersey, St. Theresa’s Parish in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, and St. Therese Parish in Mooresville, North Carolina.

(Sep-14) 66-92 CaughlinDonald T. Caughlin

Brother Coughlin was born on Sept. 11, 1936 in Hoboken. He graduated from Ramsey High School, Indiana University and the New Jersey Police Academy, later serving his community as a police officer in Mahwah. He retired Lieutenant Officer after 25 years of civil service. In his youth he was a well recognized competitive swimmer, which later led to a 40-year second profession as a leading New Jersey state swim coach.

(Aug-14) 72-02 RaymondMcGillRaymond McGill

In 1972 he became a police officer for the Mahwah Police Dept. During his tenure with the police force he graduated from the National FBI Academy in Quantico, VA in 1998. Also during his career he gained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Criminology from William Paterson and Rutger’s University respectively. Ray was the originator of the DARE Hockey program in Mahwah and taught criminology in various colleges in the area. Ray retired as Captain from the Mahwah Police Department in 2002.

(Dec-09) 79-04 JeffPhillipsJeffrey Phillips

Jeff Phillips began his career as a Police Officer Jan. 1, 1979, with the Mahwah Police Department. Phillips was a state delegate for PBA Local 143 and was recording secretary for 16 years with the Bergen County Executive Board. He wore Badge 1072 until his retirement 25 years later on Dec. 26, 2003. Jeff died at the young age of 55 on December 9, 2009. He will truly be missed.

(Nov-08) 55-85 Thomas Brennan Sr.
(Oct-05) 72-99 Michael Marozin 
(Jan-04) 58-87 Walter Snyder 
 (Sept-03) 37-70 Edmund Wickham
(Sept-98) 55-85 William Russo 
(Feb-98) 51-82 Tedeusz Kownacki 
(Oct-96) 52-84 Henry Fidura 
(Jan-96) 46-72 Charles Haight 
(Sept-83) 56-72 George Rossiter 
(May-83) 29-60 Charles Smith 
(Jun-82) 77-82 Paul Borish 
(Jun-78) 58-73 Frank Mariano 
(Oct-64) 48-64 John Micik, Sr. 



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90-14 William McNamara
89-14 Martin Clancy
93-13 Joseph Horn
88-13 John House
89-10 James Wysocki
86-10 Bruce Kuipers
86-10 Timothy O’Donohue
98-10 William Tierney
70-10 Dennis O’Keefe
83-10 Todd Hecker
73-09 William Koyak
84-09 Thomas Conly
88-09 Nicholas Apollo
89-09 Robert Ossig
88-08 Harvey Murphy
82-07 Albert Vallese
93-07 John Hnatyschak
79-06 Gerald Michota
75-06 John VanWetering
71-05 Jerome Boddy
80-05 Michael Van Brunt
81-05 John Krawczyk
78-05 Thomas Brennan Jr.
84-04 David Markstein
79-03 Lewis Santonacita
73-03 William Greiner
74-01 Theodore Widmer
65-01 Samuel Alderisio
75-01 Gary Krueger
71-99 Thomas Mulvey
74-99 Michael Bushta
74-99 Gerald Maxwell
74-99 Robert Hyman
74-98 John Micik Jr.
72-98 Edward Simms
73-98 Richard Marcotte
72-97 Richard Mackintosh
66-94 Frank LaVigna
69-94 David Mihok
87-93 Richard Kikkert
66-92 Robert Roe
66-92 Robert MacFarren
64-91 Peter Mihok
71-85 Thomas Campolo
62-75 Robert Kidd

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