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Matthew Stone Sworn in as Chief of the Holliston Police Department

by Bill Tobin
April 13, 2017

Town Clerk Liz Greendale swears in Matthew Stone as Chief of the Holliston Police on Wednesday April 12, 2017 in Upper Town Hall with a room full of admiring witnesses.

Lt. Craig Denman welcomed the Stone family and friends of Chief Stone to this formal ceremony inducting Sgt. Matthew Stone as Chief of Police.

The Holliston High School Chorus, under the direction of Stuart Britton sang a beautiful rendition of our National Anthem.

Members of the Holliston Police Department rendered a salute during the National Anthem.

Policemen from the towns of Ashland, Millis, Natick, Framingham, Medway, Wellesley, Dennis, Nantucket, Sudbury, Sherborn, as well as representatives from the Massachusetts State Police, Hanscom Air Base Police, and the  Plymouth County sheriff witnessed the ceremony.

Kevin Conley, Chairman of the Selectmen, thanked all the committee members and assesment board for recommending him, stating,"Chief Stone is the perfect choice and we wish him the best."

Town Clerk, Liz Greendale, swears in Chief Matthew Stone.

Wife Sara and son Harrison pin the official badge on the Chief.

Chief Stone thanked his family for their support and said that he is honored to serve the town with optimism as he works with the community.

Selectmen Kevin Conley, Jay Marsden, Jay Leary, Administrator Jeff Ritter, Liz Greendale, Carolyn  Dykema and  Dan Bennett, Secretary of Public Safety.

Representatve Carolyn Dykema, Chief Stone  and Dan Bennett, Secretary of Public Safety.

We all wish Chief Stone a long and succesful term as our Chief of the Holliston Police Department.

 

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Comments (1)

Congratulations to our new new Chief! Thanks for all that you and your Dept do for us.

- Jody E. | 4/13/17 9:49 AM

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