Boston MA Police - 01/03/1990

Dear Mr. Cohen,
As the new year is finally upon us, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all of your assistance in the past few years. You were instrumental in helping our department develop a reasonable time frame for the re-outfitting of City of Boston Special Police Officers, and your quick response to my uniform problems enabled me to coordinate the recent Policemen's Ball without a hitch. In addition, there have been numerous occasions in the past when you have been willing to assist our personnel with a variety of equipment emergencies on very short notice. For all your efforts, we are truly grateful.

Thank you again for all your work on behalf of the Boston Police Department, and I look forward to continuing our working relationship for many years to come.

Best wishes for a happy, healthy and prosperous new year!

Joseph C. Carter
Superintendent, Chief
Bureau of Special Operations

Sergeant Detective Stanley T. Philbin - 06/08/1989 - Boston Police

Commander Myron ,
Hey Myron , like I always say about you, "You're a quality guy!"

Thanks for being so prompt in sending my very recent telephone order, it came today with plenty of time till needed on 18 June for the "Bunker Hill" day parade over Charlestown.  I'm at your service Myron , any time you need a lawful/legal favor.  Be seeing you at Area "B" some Sunday to thank you in person.  You're a credit to the business!

Respectfully with friendship,


Dear Myron ,
Thanks for your generosity and thoughtfulness during the services for our fellow Brother Officer, Tom Rose.  Once again you have shown great concern and loyalty for Boston Police Officers. Your good deeds do not go unnoticed.  Again, on behalf of all our members our sincere appreciation.

Richard J. Bradley, President
David M. Mackin, Vice President.


Dear Myron ,
We are pleased and privileged to have you here with us today to accept an award from the members of the Boston Patrolman's Association.  The award reflects in some small measure, our regard and appreciation for all your kindnesses and generosity over the years.

It is entirely impossible for us to spell out all you have done and contributed to the membership. To do justice to that would have required a plaque that stood six feet tall. Therefore, please accept this award knowing that it comes from out hearts. God bless you and your family, and thank you for being our friend.

Donald L. Murray, President
Stephen E. O'Malley, Vice President
Joseph L. Brady, Treasurer
James Carnell, Secretary

Kittery ME Police-1988

Dear Myron ,
Please accept this certificate as my way of thanking you for all that you have done for us over many years.  It has been a great pleasure to do business with you and our award, (Outstanding Achievement-Best Dressed Police Department Contest), shows that is has certainly paid off.

Edward f. Strong
Chief of Police

NH Troopers Association-1997

Dear Myron ,
On behalf of the members of the New Hampshire Troopers Association I would like to thank you for your many years of support.

In October of 1994 you were the first one to offer us aid when we had to bury Sergeant James Noyes.  Your donation of 5,000 pairs of white gloves and mourning bands was more than was ever expected.

Again in 1997 when Trooper Phillips and Trooper Lord were murdered you again came to our aid with a large donation.

We hope to always have a friend and supporter like you.  Again from the members of the New Hampshire Troopers Association our sincere Thanks.

Your Friend,
Sergeant John G. LeLacheur, Treasurer


Dear Myron ,
In times of great loss, the assistance rendered by persons such as yourself, is very welcome.  Frequently, police officers feel as if they have little support from the public.  Your actions and generosity indicates in the most positive way that there are people who really do care.

Again, many many thanks for your assistance.
Robert T. Guiney, President
Donald L. Murray, Vice President
Joseph L. Brady, Treasurer
Richard S. Ingersoll, Secretary

City of Beverly-09/13/1988

Dear Myron ,
I am sending this letter to thank you for your recent kindness in supplying a badge and holder for our police mechanic that was near death. This kindness made Luigi Petrosino's last days a lot easier, he died three days after I gave him the badge and case.

The members of the Beverly Police Department and Louie's family appreciate your compassion. When Louie left home for the last day in the ambulance he asked that the badge and case be placed in his pocket, the badge and case was placed by his head in the casket and was buried with him.

The police Honor guard, Rifle Squad and bugler gave Louie a perfect send off to a great guy. Louie was a veteran of the Korean War.

Thanks again for everything and thank the Blackinton representative for their fine effort in making the badge with short notice.

Yours truly,
Gordon M. Richards
Captain, Patrol Division Commander

Londonderry NH Police-01/10/1989

Dear Myron ,
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your thoughtfulness and prompt attention during my brief tenure as Chief of Police. During my twenty-eight years of law enforcement experience I have not experienced such assistance and professional attention from a vendor of police supplies as I have with your company.

Your professional service to the Londonderry Police Department has been and will continue to be warmly received here in Londonderry.

Very truly yours,

Richard J. Bannon
Chief of Police


Dear Myron ,
On behalf of all the members of the BPPA please accept our great appreciation for your generosity and good will this past week when we called on you for badge covers. Also, please express our thanks to members of your organization who worked extra hard to complete this order on such short notice. Their endeavors were greatly appreciated.

It is nice to know that we have friends such as yourself who come to our aid, especially, during periods of great stress and sorrow. Your generosity will be long remembered.

Robert T. Guiney,
President BPPA

Burlington MA Police-07/27/1989

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you on behalf of the Burlington Police Department and my self for your kind assistance in completing a uniform change for this department. Your immediate response to our questions and needs was most gratifying, and it was indeed a pleasure to deal with a firm of your quality and reputation. I would also like to commend your employees who have been extremely informative during visits with us.

With Warmest Regards,
William Soda, Chief of Police

Harvard University Police Department-01/09/1990

Dear Myron ,
On behalf of the Harvard University Police Department, we wish to thank you for your generosity and good will last week in out time of sorrow.

We also wish to thank the members of your organization who worked to complete the badge covers on short notice. We appreciate their endeavors to accommodate us. It is comforting to know that in our time of need we have friends such as your organization who are willing to help.  Your assistance will be long remembered.

Paul E. Johnson
Director, Police & Security
Chief of Police

North Andover MA Police-01/17/1990

Dear Myron ,
Thank you so much for your attendance at the funeral service for Sgt. Thomas Giaquinta, it meant a lot to all of us here at the North Andover Police Department.  Also thank you for the donation of the white gloves and black badge bands for all the men.  You have been a true friend of all of us here at the North Andover Police Department.

Richard M. Stanley
Chief of Police

Portland ME Police-03/07/1991

Dear Mr. Cohen,
I want to thank you on behalf of the Portland Police Department for your response upon learning that our officers were at the last minute in need of morning bands and dress gloves in order to properly attend a funeral detail in Braintree, MA.  I am told that, not only did you donate these items, you went out of your way to meet our officers en route.

Once again, we really appreciate it.

Michael J. Chitwood
Chief of Police

Lynnfield MA Police - 03/27/1992

Dear Myron ,
The other day I walked into your shop for the first time to simply by a traffic vest. I walked out of there with two pants, four shirts, the traffic vest and a great place to buy uniforms.  For fifteen years I have dreaded getting uniforms from various suppliers as it always meant poor fitting, poorly tailored garments.

I congratulate you on your operation from your abundant stock, to your skilled and pleasant seamstresses. It is such a pleasure to be fitted and have the garments worked on while present so that other changes can be made if needed.  You and your business are a welcome and needed ally to the law enforcement community.

See you soon and keep up the good work.

Vini Macchia
Identification Officer