Recognizing our Donors
and Honoring Family and Friends
We are pleased to have initiated this "Donor Recognition" link to our website. This page will serve to identify and thank those donors who have generously supported both the In the Line of Duty Foundation and Constable Cellars, in memory to those dedicated law enforcement officers who have committed their professional lives to protect and serve.
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We would like to start this new link by going back a few years to recognize two our earliest donors. We hope you will enjoy these reflections and testimonials.
Our first donor was Jeanne Ludjack from Waupun, Wisconsin, whose donation was made in memory of her father, Robert "Bob" Pease. Bob retired as a correctional officer at Central State Hospital, currently known as the Dodge Correctional Institution. He loved politics and led his local union. In addition, Bob served as president of ACSME Council 24 for all Wisconsin State employees, became mayor of Waupun, and was proud to become a member of the Columbia County Board of Supervisors. He devoted his life to being a public servant and received many
commendations and honors for his deep personal commitments and contributions while supporting his constituents. On a personal note, there was nothing Bob liked better than to pour a glass of wine or beer or mix a good "Old Fashioned" cocktail for family and friends.
Our second donor and purchaser of Constable Cellars wines for many years was Lorraine Zwart Campbell, who made her donations in memory of her two brothers, Don and Wayne Zwart, who served as law enforcement officers in the State of Wisconsin.
Lorraine, who passed away in Arroyo Grande, California in 2019, was an exceptional woman. She served in the U. S. Marine Corps during World War II and, after her discharge, immediately joined the State Department which sent her back to Tokyo, where she served under General Douglas McArthur during the
Lorraine's brother, Don Zwart, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, before becoming a police officer with the Sheboygan (WI) Police Department, where he rose to the rank of Lieutenant in the training section. Don later went to work for the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau, where he supervised all standardization and training for law enforcement in Wisconsin. His son, Mark, followed in his father's footsteps, retiring as a detective after 25 years with the Madison (WI) Police Department.
Lorraine's younger brother, Wayne Zwart, served in the U.S. Air Force before joining the New Holstein (WI) Police Department, where he served in the rank of Sergeant, until his retirement in 1994. Wayne also remained a reservist in the U.S. Army during his law enforcement career. Wayne was a member of a number of law enforcement associations, including the Wisconsin Chapter of International Association of Arson Investigators.
reconstruction of Japan. Lorraine was a true believer in law enforcement and a devoted friend of the Foundation.