Captains Kujawa and Reynolds retire from MCSO

Captains Kujawa and Reynolds retire from MCSO

Nicole June Reporting

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Family, friends, and admiring coworkers gathered Friday, June 28 to send off Captain Wayne Reynolds and Captain Thomas Kujawa.

Captain Reynolds has been with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) for 30 years, and Captain Kujawa has spent 40 years with the department. Both are revered for their service and dedication to keeping the community safe and secure.

During their retirement ceremony, each was presented with an honorary proclamation from County Mayor Carolyn Bowers, as well as a service weapon and badge.

Captain Kujawa worked his way up through ranks over the years after deciding at a young age that he wanted to be in law enforcement. He said one of his most memorable moments during his time was arresting- and handcuffing- a one-armed man.

“Every day was a new day, and every day was exciting,” he said. “These people here, I’ll miss them the most. They are like an extended family.”

Captain Reynolds began his career as a search for a good job with benefits, which turned into a substantial 30 years. “I’ve worked for several different divisions, and I’ve enjoyed everybody that I’ve come in contact with,” he said.

His plans for the future are not concrete. “Come Monday morning, I’m going to take it one day at a time,” he said. Captain Reynolds hopes to simply work on his farm and spend time with his three grandchildren.

Both captains will be missed by their coworkers, as was evident by the heartfelt stories and speeches shared by many.



Recent Headlines

Tina Evans-Drugs, DUI, Reckless Endangerment-$4,500 Bond

17 minutes ago in Crime

Woman arrested for DUI with three children in vehicle

The woman was involved in accident while driving impaired.

photo 1 - Dani with knit

26 minutes ago in Lifestyle

Ladies who make their Christmas gifts

Homemade gifts can replace last-minute items from the store.


today in Education, Lifestyle

APSU completes successful Food For Fines collection drive

Faculty and staff were able to pay for their parking tickets with a donation of 10 canned food items.