We have just learned that
Chief Chamberlain passed away
January 6, 2017
"When a burly young man buys a high-revving muscle car new, the last thing he wants is mom hanging around. Bad-boy visions of peeling away in a plume of tire-squealing smoke could be hampered if he knows she's there.
Unless of course, she's buying the exact same car.
That's the story of Ron Baran, who at the age of 26 went to Cee Eddy Dodge in Chicago on May 21, 1969. The leadfoot loved the recent film "Bullit." While most swooned for actor Steve McQueen's Mustang, Baran had to have the henchmen's Charger".
For pictures and ..."the rest of the story" check out Matt Avery's column in the Northwest Daily Herald.
A great picture from the collection of Bob Weick circa 1975
posted: 11/21/2016 6:00 AM in the Northwest Daily Herald Matt Avery's column
Cop's family happens to like fast cars
Mark your calendar and make plans to join us for lunch
of the month
at Johnny's Tap
1740 Milwaukee Avenue
Glenview, Illinois 60025
Phone: (847) 699-9999
January 18, 2017
02/09/2017 Check out the Newsletter page for the February/March Newsletter
Hello and Welcome to our site! Hopefully you will find our new site more user friendly and smart phone compatible. I am working on re-adding the old and hopefully with your help adding more stories, pictures and interesting stuff! The front page will have the most current events, please use the navigation menu on the left side for our other pages.
Our domain name is the same www.SPDRS.org.
An invitation is extended to all of our retirees who are in the area, to please stop in
at the Station and say hello. You have never been forgotten and your names have been engraved on a plaque which stands in the main hallway of the police station.Your names and stories (many exaggerated) still echo in our hallways.
Chief Tony Scarpelli
February 15, 2017, not pictured Johnny Johnson and Gary Reiter