Monroe Police Commission honors Salvatore for his service

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Retired Monroe police chief, John Salvatore, center, holds a plaque he received from Police Commissioners Wednesday. Pictured here, from left, is David Geismar, Chairman Michael Vitello, Vice Chairman Daniel Hunsberger and Edward J. Deak Jr. Missing from the photo is Commissioner Ronald L. Villani.

MONROE, CT — Monroe Police Commission Chairman Michael Vitello presented a plaque to former town police chief, John Salvatore, on behalf of the commission, recognizing his 23 years of service in leading the Monroe Police Department.

Salvatore, who retired on Feb. 25, accepted the honor during a short ceremony before the commission’s meeting Wednesday evening. The plaque reads:

Presented to Chief John Salvatore in appreciation and recognition for your many years of loyal service and dedication to the Monroe Police Department.

We are inspired by your strong work ethic, motivated by your leadership, and humbled by your service to the community.

Proudly accept this plaque as a small token of our appreciation.

Chairman Michael Vitello

Vice Chairman Daniel Hunsberger

Commissioner Ronald L. Villani

Commissioner David Geismar

Commissioner Edward J. Deak Jr.

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