Niagara Gazette — “(Warme’s father) and I were friends from college, we were close,” Chella said. “The hit that did to his dad’s reputation, that was hard to overcome.”
Chella said he knows he’ll miss his fellow officers and others he worked with in the department. He also said “miss interacting with the citizens here.”
Yet as he was preparing to leave police headquarters on Friday, accompanied by an honor guard and the department’s bagpiper, Chella recalled something his wife had told him.
“She always says, ‘He who knows when enough is enough, will always have enough,’ ” he said. “I’m satisfied with 42 years. It’s enough.”