phone: 610-874-1100
FaceBook Icon


MENU

Pot Luck Dinner for Retired Police Officers

November 9, 2014

A Pot Luck Dinner was held at Joe Hughes Memorial Hall on November 9, 2014 to formally recognize the retirement of the following police officers:

Chief Ray Rodden – retired November 13, 2006 after 17 years of service here in law enforcement. During his tenure, Chief Rodden served as the Department’s Range Instructor and as Chief of Police.

Lieutenant Robert Ieradi – retired December 31, 2010 after 27 years of service here in law enforcement. During his tenure, Lieutenant Ieradi served as the Department’s Range Instructor, Field Training Officer, Lieutenant Supervisor and Acting Chief of Police.

Patrol Officer Allen Reeves – retired June 30, 2012 after 24 years of service here in law enforcement. During his tenure, Officer Reeves served as the Department’s DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Officer, Juvenile Officer and also as Acting Chief of Police.

Patrol Officer Thomas Reilly
– retired May 25, 2011 after 12 years of service here in law enforcement. During his tenure, Officer Reilly served as the Department’s Firearms Instructor, Field Training Officer and as Armorer for the Baretta handgun.

Patrol Officer Jack Berry – retired December 1983 after 17 years of service here in law enforcement. During his tenure, Officer Berry received commendation for once rescuing subjects from a house fire and once arresting the perpetrators of a bank robbery.

Each former officer received a wallet fold containing a “retired” police badge and identification credentials. Borough Council presented each officer with a resolution thanking them for their service.

Pot Luck Dinner for Retired Police Officers Pot Luck Dinner for Retired Police Officers Pot Luck Dinner for Retired Police Officers Pot Luck Dinner for Retired Police Officers

< Back