RETIREMENT GUEST BOOK

Monday, February 25, 2013

Best Wishes from The University of Kansas Medical Center Police! (click here to comment)

The Police Department is grateful and salutes you for your dedication of work to our community and our fulfillment of the Department’s Public Safety mission. We all wish you a great future ahead after your retirement!

39 comments:

  1. Brent,
    On the occasion of your retirement.
    Howdy!
    I would like to express my sincere appreciation for your longivity, dedication, and personal support. You have been instrumental to the professional development and growth of the KUMC Police Department. Wihout your deep commitment, our Department's successful and enduring journey would not have been possible. You should take great pride and satisfaction in your mastery of a myriad of law enforcement skills and abilities. You have done it all and Captain Baker, Job Well Done!
    Thank you and best regards.
    Your Chief and Friend,
    Rick Johnson

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  2. Congratulations, Brent! Best of luck on your well deserved retirement. I've enjoyed working with you all of these years and appreciate you dedication and service to KUMC. We'll miss you and wish you and your family all the best.

    James Hawthorne
    Facilities Management

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  3. Congratulations Sir!
    In my few years of reporting to you, it has been a true pleasure to have met you and work with you. You have always been kind and gracious when approached with questions, even when being woke up in the wee morning hours! Thank you for your service, dedication and example you have set for our department. Best wishes in your future!
    Rick Belk / Communications
    KUPD

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  4. Congrats Brent! All the best in your years of retirement...something tells me you'll find plenty to keep you occupied! I've enjoyed the short time we've worked together!

    Kelly Morken

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  5. Congrats old/young man on your retirement. It's been an honor working for and with you over the past 15 years. You will always be part of the KUPD family.

    Best of luck fellow Captain,
    Robert Gibson

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  6. Congratulation Brent on your retirement. It has truly been a honor and a pleasure working with you over the past 38 years. I will forever cherish our friendship. You will always be a true friend even after you retire, please keep in contact you will be missed and never forgotten. I will miss the 'Howdy"

    Your Friend, and fellow team member
    Captain Donald R. Holland

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  7. Capt. Baker,
    Congradulations and best of luck in your new retired life. It has been a pleasure and a honor to work with you. you will be missed.

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  8. Brent,
    You and I have enjoyed sorting out a lot of problems over the years. I've always enjoyed working with you and your sense of humor. Don't be a stranger, give us a call or email once in a while.
    Dick Campbell
    Telecom

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  9. Congratulations Captain Baker! You will be greatly missed. You have worked all of these years and now you have the pleasure of retirement! Good luck Brent!
    God Bless You,
    Reva Terry

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  10. Brent, congradulations on your retirement. Thanks for all that you have done for the campus. Now it's time for you to relax.
    Diana Hardesty
    Facilities Management/Projects Division

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  11. Congratulations Captain Baker. I wish you much happiness in your retirement.
    Deb Brogden
    Office of the EVC

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  12. Captain Baker,
    While our paths have not crossed frequently, I am very aware of the important role you and your department play in keeping our campus safe and secure. 38 years in law enforcement is a record to be proud of. Thank you for your service and I hope you have a wonderful retirement.

    Allen Rawitch
    Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
    Dean of Graduate Studies
    Reserve Captain and Detective, Overland Park Police Department

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  13. Brent, congratulations. I'll miss seeing you around from time to time. Go relax and have fun!

    Pam MacNaughton

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  14. Congratulations from your loving wife and your Son Jackson. We will be happy to have you home with us. Although this is a bittersweet time in your life, we have a lot of plans to make and a lot to do. You will always be my Captain. I love you.

    Cindy

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  15. Suellyn Hooper

    Brent just heard about your retirement. Wow, you will be missed. It was GREAT working with you to assist your Department in their initial accreditation endeavors. I wish you the best of luck in your retirement, waiting for the day I can do the same. Take care my friend!

    Suellyn

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  16. Brent,
    Congratulations on your retirement! We have spent many years working together and I have learned alot. Spend some quality time with Cindy and Jackson and enjoy new endeavors.

    Take care,
    Darcy Nichols-Curtiss
    CALEA and Professional Standards

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  17. I have not wanted to look at this page for some time, simply out of denial. I even dodged you the past few days to avoid having to sign for NCIC validations, hoping that if I refused, you couldn't leave. Cyndi informed me that my premise, while logical, did not support the ultimate, irrefutable conclusion.

    Thus, on your final working day, I sit here at my keyboard with a heavy heart and numb mind, and unwillingly acknowledge the end of an era. My selfishness aside, I wish you the best in your future endeavors.

    Live long and prosper, Capt. Baker. Live long and prosper.


    Justin
    "Records Czar"

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  18. I put this off as long as possible, hoping it wasn't real. It sank in yesterday when I walked by your office and didn't see you on the phone frustrated with the latest Global flub :-)
    Thanks for all the laughs. It has been a pleasure getting to know you.
    Congratulations on your retirement

    Jasmine
    *Records Czareena*

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  19. Brent, Where your pleasure is, there is your treasure; where your treasure, there your heart; where your heart, there your happiness!

    Enjoy your new life.

    Debra Bunnell
    Telecom

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  20. Congradulations on your retirement.

    Pete Weber

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  21. Good Luck and I wish I can go with you!

    Christine Howard

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  22. Brent,

    Good luck and best wishes on your retirement.

    Kevin

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  23. Way to go, Cowboy. You give hope to the rest of us.

    L. Mary Maxwell, CAP-OM

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  24. Congratulations Brent. You made the hump.

    James Michaels

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  25. It's About Time. The really Good Life is still ahead!

    Philip Gicalone

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  26. Brent

    You have earned your retirement, hope you get to draw that money for a long time.

    Thanks for all your help during my short time here.

    One Knob Noster boy to another.

    Tom

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  27. Captain thanks for all the help over the years and I hope you have a very long and happy retirement. Mike James

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  28. Brent...enjoy your retirement, but don't forget what took you there! : ) Thanks for all your support when you were my big boss in Records.

    Allen Smerchek

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  29. Brent, you are a most unforgetable person,think of you often. Hope you enjoy your retirement. Do some traveling,fishing, hunting and long naps under a shad tree.

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  30. Brent, I was so happy to receive the invitation in the mail for your retirement party today. I am so excited for you that you're beginning the best years of your life today and that I was able to attend and "Enjoy this Moment" with you. Wishing you all the happiness that your retirement years are sure to bring. Take Care My Friend, Until We Meet Again!
    Lissa Brown

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  31. Brent, congrats are in order. PS. You haven't gotten any better looking! Ret. Sgt. Larry William, Topeka Lodge #3

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  32. I've always enjoyed working with you Brent. Thanks for all your support and lending an ear when I needed to vent. You are an awesome supervisor and an awesome person! Good luck and enjoy that retirement!

    Tina

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  33. God Bless you and Happy Retirement.

    Jeanne Cook

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  34. Congratulations and good luck
    Linda

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  35. Hey, buddy it has been a blessing to know you. Wish you will in your retirement. We have been though a lot over the years. I look forward to keeping in touch, and playing a round of golf. Congratulations and God bless and keep you.
    George

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  36. Congratulations Capt. Baker! I'm really happy for you. Best wishes in your future adventures. -Jarrod Wood

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  37. Congratulations sir! -Shawn Crabtree

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  38. Good Afternoon Brent,

    Congratulations on the next phase of this crazy cycle of LIFE. We at Global Software wish you all the best in this next chapter. It has truly been our please and honor to have worked with you this past year.

    Please accept my apologies for having called you about a work item AFTER you retired - oh my goodness.

    All the best to you,
    Sheri Sarno
    Global Software

    PS - Long live pixie dust!

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  39. Congratulations! So glad I had the chance to work with you in the F.O.P. during my time as an LEO. Good luck!

    Jessie Polk

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