- by Carolyne Volpe Curley / Carolyne@WestEssexNOW.com
"It has been both an honor and a privilege to work with, who I believe,
Bramhall expressed that he had been thinking about retiring for the past few months.
"Once I hit 25 years in December, 2013,
I realized that the time would soon be approaching," the chief shared.
I wanted to pick a date that was good for me personally
as well as for the agency."
"As a community we have been fortunate to have Chief Bramhall
lead one of the finest police departments
in the area," West Caldwell Councilman Stephen P. Wolsky commented.
"The residents will never know the commitment and
dedication made by the Chief on their behalf.
While it is sad to see the Chief go, I know that the future of the
department will be in great hands because of the Chief's leadership.
Personally, as a son of one West Caldwell’s finest,
I know first hand the dedication and commitment made,
by not only the Chief, but every member of the department.
This community is fortunate to have such great officers protect and serve them. I wish Mike and his family all the best in the future
and thank them for their service to this wonderful community."