In the last couple of months, the Muskego Police Department has said goodbye to several valuable members of the department, according to Lt. Dave Constantineau.
After starting as a cadet in 1983, Police Clerk Kathy Revolinski retired in April. So did Deputy Court Clerk Mary McGurk, who started with the department in 1980 and was the dayshift dispatcher until she took over as deputy court clerk a few years ago.
Finally, this last week Court Clerk Deb Kujawa retired after 34 years with the city. Starting as a police dispatcher and clerk, she took over court duties almost 30 years ago. "Our civilian clerical staff is the backbone of our department, without them, we could not do the quality work that we do. While we will miss their knowledge and wisdom, we wish Kathy, Mary, and Deb, good luck and safe journeys as they enter the next phase of their lives," Constantineau said.
However, there is a new face to the department. Officer Kevin Raiche began his career with the Muskego Police Department last week. He comes from Marinette Wisconsin, but has spent the last several years in the Milwaukee area.
"He is excited to be joining our department, and we are very glad to have him with us. If you have the opportunity to meet Officer Raiche, be sure to introduce yourself to him and welcome him to our community," Constantineau said.