Community Gathers to Thank Chief Laramie

Served for 24 years on Andover Police Department

By Steve Foley
Retiring Police Chief Glenn Laramie reads a plaque presented by the Selectboard to honor his 21 years of service to the town. A reception and open house was held on November 12 at the Town Hall. Photo: Bob Norander












On November 12 the Select Board, town officers and the community gathered to thank Chief Glenn  Laramie who has retired after serving twenty-four years on the Andover Police Department. Laramie started out as a part-time officer with the department in 1994 and was promoted to Chief a few years later.

A plaque was presented to Laramie by the member of the Select Board with the following inscription:

Select Board members David Blinn and Jim Delaney, retiring APD Chief Glenn Laramie, Select Board member Viki Mishcon, AFD Chief Rene Lefebvre, former Town Administrator Mark Stetson, new APD Chief Joe Mahoney, Town Administrator Marj Roy, former Town Administrator Dana Hadley. Photo by Charlie Darling

To acknowledge 24 years of service
to the Andover Community  and
the Andover Police Department.
Thank you for your continued effort
to make the police department
and town a better place to live.