New police chief humbled by community's support

Bob Meister has worked for the Milan Police Department for 13 years.
Cary Ashby
Feb 18, 2014

 

The village's new police chief is humbled by the support he had during his swearing-in ceremony.

"It meant the world to me that there were enough people who cared about me as a person and not just the job I do," Bob Meister said.

Many family members, friends, local business owners and most of the police department witnessed Meister being sworn in during the Milan village council meeting Wednesday night. His wife, Tina, and their 7-year-old daughter, Mallory were there too. Mallory pinned a new badge on her father, who has worked for the Milan Police Department for 13 years.

At least once, the crowded room erupted into a round of applause.

 

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Comments

JIMBO2

Congrats Bob. You have certainly done your time there earning this promotion.

HS Sports Fan

Congratulations to the new chief. It means alot to have a village resident and a long time officer in charge.

My Opinion is...

I have known the Meister family for years and there is no better choice for Chief than Bob! Congratulations! The promotion is well deserved!