Raymond C. Campbell, Hingham Chief of Police for 19 years, will be most remembered for his service to his country and community. A World War II Veteran serving in the 3rd Army under General George Patton, “Bud”, as he was known to many, was awarded four Battle Stars for service in Normandy, the Ardennes, Northern France, and the Rhineland. Following his military career, Bud returned to Hingham, attended Suffolk Law School, and joined the Hingham Police Department in 1949. He rose quickly through the ranks, retiring as Chief in 1982.
The Hingham Veterans’ Council will dedicate a monument in honor of his faithful service to our country and community on:
MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017
Jackass Park, Route 228, Main Street, Hingham, MA
The event is open to the public and participation is welcomed. State and local officials, along with members of the military and the Hingham Police Department, will be in attendance to honor this hometown hero.
Refreshments to follow the dedication ceremony at GAR Hall.
Lest We Forget…
Hingham Cultural Council
Public Affairs Officer