Lieutenant Peter Nahass Retires After 31 Years of Duty
Appointed 1977
66th MPOC (State Police Academy Framingham)
Retired December 12, 2008
December 12, 2008:  Lieutenant Peter Nahass reported for his last tour of
Friday at the Wellesley Police Department.  The 31 year Wellesley Police
veteran retired in an stirring emotional ceremony, that was well attended by
family, friends, and co-workers.  

Over the course of his career, Lt. Nahass served in a variety of assignments,
including patrol, background investigations, firearms instructor, honor
guard, and dispatch supervisor.  A majority of his career was spent in patrol
as a supervisor, working nights.  

Lt. Nahass graduated in 1977 from the 66th MPOC held at the Massachusetts
State Police Academy in Framingham.  Fellow classmates inlcude Officer
Rick Potter and Deputy Chief Brooks (who was a Westwood Officer at the

Lieutenant Nahass is married, and lives in Millis.  His future plans include
fishing, travelling, and possibly relocating  to the scenic Southern New
Hampshire area.
Lieutenant Peter Nahass
at retirement
Lt. Nahass points to his name on the Wall of Honor at Wellesley Police.
Lieutenant Peter Nahass
and Chief Cunningham
Lieutenant Peter Nahass
and fellow academy classmate,
Deputy Chief Brooks
Officer Janice Guild
Lt. and the guy who
lost to him in all
Fantasy Sports
Lieutenant Nahass
and his daugther.
Sergeant Jeff Renzella
Pam Nahass and
Detective Dunajski
Lt. Nahass and his son.
Lt. Pilecki
Lt. Nahass and
Dispatcher Walsh.
Lt. Nahass and Officer
Lt. and Pam Nahass,
his wife.
Lt. Nahass and his son,
a BPD Cadet
Deputy Chief, Lt.
Nahass, Lt.
Cunningham and the
Lt. Nahass and Officer
Mike Gerard
Lt. Nahass and
Medfield Chief Robert
Lt. Nahass and Sgt.
Lt. Nahass Dispatcher
Diane Joy, Dispatcher
Sheehan, Lt. Nahass,
Det. McLaughlin, Sgt.
Records Clerk Sue
Morse with Lt. Nahass
and Pam.
Lt. Nahass and Senior
Officer Richard "Rick"
The Cake!
Tim Gover and Lt.
Nahass during a
previous retirement