Plymouth State University Says Goodbye to Chief John Clark

June 15th, 2007 by Adam

Outgoing Plymouth State University Police Chief John E. Clark with interim Chief Roland “Pete” Chierichetti at Clark’s farewell party June 14. Clark resigned after nine years to assume the Police Chief’s post in his hometown of Bristol, N.H.

PSU staff and faculty gathered to wish him well and thank him for his service to the University.

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