Lindner retires after over two decades with Marshfield Police Department
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD – After 23.5 years of service with the Marshfield Police Department, Peggy Lindner officially retired on Jan. 29.
“She just was the hub of information. If you called the police department, it goes to the general line. Peggy was the one answering. She has been an invaluable resource and me, in my time here, I can’t thank her enough. We wanted to have a big send off, but COVID kind of prevents that, so we did have a little cake,” Assistant Police Chief Pat Zeps said in an interview on WDLB’s Insight program.
“You can’t put that amount of time in and not know pretty much everything about the workings of the police department.”
Lindner retired in the Administrative Associate IV position, which was filled by former police records specialist, Cindy Gaetz.
“You are going to see the same level of service from Cindy. She is doing a great job,” Zeps said.