Martin Comyn Obituary, Northampton Township Police Department Senior Officer has died – death

Martin Comyn Obituary, Northampton Township Police Department Senior Officer has died - death

Martin Comyn Obituary, Death –  We are saddened to inform you of the passing of the officer who held the position of Senior Officer in our department. Officer Senior Grade Martin Comyn…
Marty has called Northampton Township his home for a good number of years now. In 1975, he began a commitment that would last the rest of his life to our Township. Marty was a member of the inaugural graduating class of the Temple University Police Academy in the year 1980… Between the years 1982 and 1985, Marty served as a police officer in the Borough of Rockledge…
After that, Marty began his career in law enforcement in Northampton in 1981, where he worked as a police dispatcher until 1986. The following year, in 1986, Marty received his commission as an officer, a position he held until his untimely death, which came after a valiant fight against cancer… In addition to his work as a police officer, he volunteered his time in the Township..

Between the years 1975 and 1995, Marty was an active member of the Northampton Twp. Volunteer Fire Company. During the time that he worked for NTVFC, he served as the Battalion Chief in Holland for a total of 12 years. During that time, he held the position of Deputy Chief. One year ago, he assumed the role of Chief. In addition, Marty spent the years 1977 to 1979 serving with the Trevose Heights Rescue Squad, which is now known as the Tri-Hampton Rescue. For a good number of years, Marty served as our department’s primary accident reconstructionist… Marty was a guy who worked behind the scenes and was instrumental in the process of designing and developing the booking center for our department. He was extremely pleased with the contribution he and others, including Chief Clark, made toward the establishment of our brand-new Headquarters. Many junior officers have benefited from Marty’s extensive knowledge of accident investigations, which they will utilize throughout the course of their careers. We are going to miss Marty very much… In your thoughts and prayers, please remember to keep Marty’s family in mind…

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