Peter
Paull


PETER N. PAULL served as a member of the Camden Police Department from 1951 through 1987, retiring as a Captain. With his wife Kathy he also operated KayDen Productions, a talent, booking and modeling agency from the late 1960s through their retirement in 1990.


City Hall - 1952 - Chief Koerner & New Police Officers
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From Left: First one is probably Frank Mignone, then Tom Kelly, Peter Paull
Charles Kocher Sr.,
Chief Koerner
Photo courtesy of Charles Kocher


Camden Courier-Post - December 11, 1957


Camden Local 35, - Patrolmen's Benevolent Association
Royden Street - Frank H. Ryan -  Anthony Galiozzi
George McKenzie - Willard C. Schriver - Ernie Santaniello
Andy Fanelli - Art Sharp - Charles Kocher - Nick Tedeschi
Anthony Moffa


Camden Courier-Post
December 14, 1957

Peter N. Paull - Edward Troutman - Nathan Kline
William Haines -
705 Bar - Martini's Service Station Paramount Billiard - George Watson -  Hugh Martin Richard D. Grayson - Broadway - Carteret Street Chestnut Street - Main Street
Mulford Street  - North 4th Street - North 5th Street

Camden Courier-Post - December 16, 1957



Veterans Boxing Association Ring 6
11th Annual Banquet - April 20, 1959


JOEY POWELL
1931 127lbs
Dick Graminga, Charles Humes 
and Tony Georgette-Managers
Eddie Prince, Lew Sparks
and Jack Blackburn-Trainers

Joseph Grochowski
Al Bunker
Ed Kaszycki
Andy Friday
John Skiba
John Dombrowski
Walter Szalanski
Nick Pawlak
Wm. O'Brien
Bill Neil
Wm. Schultz
Tom Scarduzio
Peter Paull
Barney Tracey
Dave Hainsworth
Walter Zimolong
Edward Shapiro
Thomas McLaughlin
John Opfer

Joey Powell's Well-Wishers 
ALSO EXTEND BEST WISHES TO
Sergeant Ray Smith

Vallie Francesconi
Tom Ryan
Leon Lucas
Jesse Urban
Bobbie Zimmerman
Joe (Kid) Murphy
Pee Wee Wilson
Jackie Gleason
Joe Vitarelli
Al Daley
Frankie Youker
Joe McEvoy
Frank Valenti
Jim McFadden
Charles Bauer
George Ballantine
James O'Neill
Dorothy Dougherty
Agnes McHenry
Vicky Dangler
Francis Souders
Loretta and Reds
Bart
Roger Cotton
Leon McCarthy
Kenneth Geitz
Joe Daubman
Norman Jacobson
Nick Colofrancisco
Chris Rago
Charles Myers
Ray Cohand
Paul Harduk
Charles Wells
Carl Stolinski
Walter Wilson
Steve Straub
Charley Kmiec
Jimmy Tyler
Joe Dorfy
William Vogel
John Campbell

Steve O'Keefe
Sam Laird
Ed Rickter
Don Cragin
John Odorisio
Michael Przywara
Walter Paleszewski
Watson Burdalski
Stanley Snajkowski
Frank Drabik
John P. Kawczak
Frank Kulesa
Steve Kirby
James R. Asher
Polack Tony
Stephen Yakopczyna
Helen and Chick
Don Wilson
James Monaghan
George Carr
Bill Jentsch
John Greenan
Charles Galasso
Don's Barber Shop
Joe Shaw
Ben Gutowski
Tom Bristow
Joseph Stelmach
Leon Hood
George Saunders
Mike Borman
Anthony Cirelli
Bob Hardy
Frank Hardy
Benny DePalma
Frank Padulla
Mike Yack
Stanley Powell
George Kroecker
A Friend
The Fox

Tom Fish



1962 Camden Police Report
Headquarters & Complaint Desk
Page 22

At left, seated: Peter Paull


Camden Courier-Post - June 22, 1967

9 Camden Police Earn Promotions

Lt. Howard Clayton, 55, 30 year veteran on Camden's police was named acting captain of the service division yesterday, while five city patrolmen were sworn in as detectives by John T. Odorisio, city clerk.

A sixth patrolman, Isaiah Pitts, 37, of 2920 Berkley Street, unable to attend promotion ceremonies because of illness, will be sworn in on return to duty. He's a 10-year veteran.

As acting captain of the service division, Clayton will head the identification, traffic and communications bureaus.

Patrolmen promoted yesterday were Augustus Balzano, 31, 3165 Merriel Avenue, and David Del Rossi, 27, 1466 Mount Ephraim Avenue, both three year veterans; John Phoenix; 35, 1333 Princess Avenue, Robert Mentz, 30, 2608 Baird Avenue, and Gilbert Upshaw, 36, 1525 Wildwood Avenue, all six-year members of  the force.

The six men will earn $6625 a year as detectives; a $200 increase in present salary. All have been acting as detectives.

Deputy Police Chief William Yeager also announced the appointment of Sgt. Peter Paull, 42, a 16-year man on the force, as acting lieutenant. Paull will be in charge of the communications section.

Frank Senatore, also 42, and an 18-year veteran, will be transferred from the patrol division to the detective division Monday morning, Yeager said .

Present during the swearing in were Police Chief Harold Melleby, Yeager, and Captain John Watkins, head of the detective division..


Circa 1969 - New Uniforms
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Charles Kocher Jr., Thomas Kelly, Walter Busko, Peter Paull
Photo courtesy of Charles Kocher


Camden Courier-Post * July 25, 2006

PAULL, KATHLEEN T.
(Kathy Dennis), age 81. Of Cherry Hill. Died Saturday, July 22, 2006 at her home with her Family by her side.
Kathy enjoyed a life long career in the entertainment industry. A singer, dancer and actress, she appeared on stage and screen, both here and abroad. In 1970, she founded Kay-Den Productions, an entertainment booking and modeling agency. She was instrumental in helping many aspiring artists launch successful careers in show business. She was a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and The American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA).
Mother of the late Raymond Mullen. Kathleen is survived by her loving husband Peter and her daughter Rose Mullen both of Cherry Hill. Also surviving are her two sisters, Mary McCormack of Lansdowne, Pa., and Suzanne Sherlock of Alden, Pa. Her three grandchildren Michael, Jaime, and Josh. And a beloved nephew Wayne Paull.
Family and friends are invited to attend Kathleen's Life Celebration Thursday afternoon 4 to 5 p.m. at INGLESBY/GIVNISH OF MAPLE SHADE, 600 East Main Street. Followed by her Services at 5 p.m. Interment will be private.


Camden Courier-Post * November 15, 2006

PAULL, PETER N.
Retired Police Captain on November 12, 2006 of Cherry Hill, NJ age 82 years.
Beloved husband of the late Kathleen T. (Callahan) Paull. Loving father of Rose L. Mullen and the late Raymond Mullen. Grandfather of Michael, Jaime and Josh. Uncle of Wayne Paull.
Peter was a U.S Army veteran of WWII and received a Bronze Star and the N.J. Distinguished Service Medal. He was a retired as Captain for the City of Camden Police Dept. serving from 1951thru 1987. He was a member Richmond Lodge # 230 F.& A.M. of Phila. PA. Peter and Kathy owned and operated a successful licensed entertainment-booking agency from 1968-1990 and were instrumental in launching many careers in the entertainment industry. Peter's greatest passion was his beautiful wife Kathleen.
Relatives and Friends are invited to Peter's Life Celebration Service at INGLESBY/GIVNISH of MAPLE SHADE 600 E. Main St on Friday from 11:00a.m.-12:30p.m. followed by his Funeral Service at 12:30 p.m. Entombment at Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill, NJ.


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