FR. RAYMOND BUCON - CITY OF DEARBORN HEIGHTS POLICE RESERVE OFFICER/CHAPLAIN
Aug 6, 2015
Monday, May 11, 2015 - Fr. Ray Bucon graduation ceremony from the Police Reserve Training Academy. Serving the City of Dearborn Heights Police Department as their Chaplain. In appreciation to Chief Lee Gavin, and all the police officers for support. There were 19 classmates from various cities in southeast Michigan, and have been training in the classroom and on the range for a total of 130 hours. Mr. Henry Bucon, was a Detroit Police officer for a few years in the 1940's, so you could say the tradition of community service in the area of public safety continues in the Bucon household.
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOD'S BLESSINGS, FR. RAY!
Thursday, July 9, 2015 With his father, Henry, holding a bible, Fr. Ray Bucon took the oath as a Dearborn Heights Police Reserve Officer. Parishioner, Walter Prusiewicz, City Clerk, officiated at the ceremony. Adding their words of congratulations were Chief of Police, Lee Gavin and Dearborn Heights Mayor Daniel Paletko. Also in attendance were parishioners, Tony and Elisabeth Perry.
Mr. Henry Bucon was a Detroit Police Officer in 1943-44 until he joined the Navy during WWII. When the war was over his wife asked him to find another job. He raised six children as an insurance agent and income tax specialist. His former office was on Joy and Inkster Roads.