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Carlista Lund and Camille Bonneville Chosen To Attend The 2017 FBINAA Youth Leadership Program

Carlista Lund is the daughter of Scott and Aimee Lund. Scott is a graduate of the 230th Session and a Captain with the Fox Valley Metro Police Department. Carlista is currently a sophomore at Kimberly High School in Kimberly.

Carlista’s cumulative GPA is a 4.1619. Carlista is an outstanding representative of her school, where she participates in theatre productions and is an active member of DECA, the Key Club, and a teen leadership program. She is also very active in various local community programs and events.

Camille Bonneville is the daughter of Larry and Kim Bonneville. Larry is a graduate of the 193rd Session and the Lieutenant of Investigative Services with the City of Menasha Police Department. Camille is currently a sophomore, attending St. Francis Xavier High School in Appleton.

Camille’s cumulative GPA is 3.952. She has taken several honors courses and higher level world language courses. Camille is an outstanding representative of her school, where she serves as a class officer and is a member of the Xavier Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Camille is also member of the varsity tennis team, the JV soccer team, and the orchestra. Camille is also a very active member of her church and the community.

Congratulations to Carlista, Camille, and their parents. Enjoy the YLP experience!



Chapter Chat - June, 2017

Promotions/Advancements/Retirements

Chief Mark A. Kohl Chief Mark A. Kohl, 198th Session, is happily retired! Mark served as the Chief of the Shawano Police Department since 2014, retiring in April of this year. He also served as Shawano’s Chief from 2001 to 2002. Mark said he will remain involved in the Shawano community in retirement. He is currently a member of the Shawano Optimist Club and a big Shawano Hawks sports fan, supporting his son Austin. Best wishes in retirement!





Lt. Larry Bonneville Lt. Larry G. Bonneville, 193rd Session, has retired following a 32 year law enforcement career, the last 30 years with the City of Menasha Police Department. Larry officially retired on June 2, 2017. Larry was a Supervisory Lieutenant for 21 years at Menasha PD. He spent his last year as the Department’s Investigative Lieutenant. Congratulations and best wishes to Larry in retirement!.






Chief Tim Seaver Chief Tim G. Seaver, 217th Session, was appointed Chief of Police of the Village of Fox Crossing Police Department on February 28, 2017. Tim has served nearly 31 years in law enforcement and had been an Administrative Lieutenant for the past 15 years, before being promoted to Chief. Congratulations to Chief Seaver!






Chief Todd Thomas Chief Todd L. Thomas, 255th Session, was elected 3rd vice president of the Wisconsin Chapter of the FBINAA at the annual re-trainer and membership meeting, held recently in Minocqua, WI. Todd reports that he is ecstatic to be joining the board and is “looking forward to jumping in with both feet.” Congratulations Todd and welcome to the board!







2017 WI FBINAA Chapter Scholarship Award Recipients

Award Applicant Sponsor Session Agency
$1,000 Erin Dunning Eric Dunning 237th Ashwaubenon Public Safety
$500 Bailey Brandner Roger Brandner 245th Columbia County Sheriff
$500 Jeffrey Knudson Troy Knudson 222nd Rock County Sheriff
$500 Alexa Bonneville Larry Bonneville 193rd Menasha Police Department

End Of Watch

On behalf of the Wisconsin Chapter, our sincere sympathy to the family, loved ones, friends, and associates of:
Lyle R. Bliss, 102nd Session, Wisconsin State Patrol, EOW – January 31, 2017