Wednesday, February 24, 2010


All services will be held at Bethel Community Church, 7601 W. Foster Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60656

Visitation for Sergeant Haymaker will be held:
Thursday, 25 February 2010 from 1500 - 2100 hrs and
Friday, 26 February 2010 from 1000 hrs - 1100 hrs

St. Jude will meet on Thursday, 25 February 2010 at 1900 hrs

Full Honors Funeral for Sergeant Haymaker will be held on Friday, 26 February 2010 at 1100 hrs

Internment (Private) will be at Maryhill Cemetery and Mausoleum at 8600 N. Milwaukee, Niles, Il. 60714


Anonymous said...

Why is Sgt. John Pallohusky being represented by the Union's Legal firm? Hello, Wake up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!More obvious Corruption.

Sgt. John Pallohusky He's accused of stealing at least $600,000 and more likely as much as $1 million from the union of which he was president, the Chicago Police Sergeants' Association (CPSA). So, you really thought you were paying dues to protect you as a Sergeant? Guess again. Sergeant Pallohusky is being represented by Union Attorney's. Aren't they supposed to represent those accused in the line of duty? Not accused of theft and money laundering of the UNION ITSELF!!!!!

He is being represented by Robert Kuzas & Associates. Yes, the same law firm/attorneys that are supposed to represent union members! Ya think there is a conflict of interest here folks? How many of our acused had the union turned their backs on, and then, to go and represent at no charge the Union President?

This should burn you up, since that's where your dues are going. First to support a lavish lifestyle, then to support his legal defense. Why isn't anyone doing anything about this one? Why haven't we heard anything else? Is it quashed because of heavy hitting other's having thier hand's in the till as well? Let's see, 2 houses, two condo's, Las Vegas Real Estate......the list goes on......

Something to think about when you look at your check and see your Union Dues Deduction!!!!!
Chicago Police Sergeants Union Chieftain Charged in Massive Ripoff
Submitted by Carl Horowitz on Fri, 12/04/2009 - 16:40
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To his colleagues, Sgt. John Pallohusky's lifestyle might have seemed way above his pay grade. Now the Chicago police detective has to explain to authorities that his years of high living weren't due to stealing colleague dues. On early Friday morning, November 20, Pallohusky was arrested at his Northwest Side Chicago home on charges of theft and money-laundering. He's accused of stealing at least $600,000 and more likely as much as $1 million from the union of which he was president, the Chicago Police Sergeants' Association (CPSA). He was released on $350,000 bail. "This case makes this a very difficult day for all of us in law enforcement," remarked Illinois State's Attorney Anita Alvarez. As well it should.

Pallohusky, now 53 and a veteran of 21 years on the Chicago police force, for several years allegedly wrote checks from an association account and diverted them into personal accounts. Additionally, he made unauthorized purchases on CPSA credit cards. He lived well, too, buying a second home in the city's Northwest Side Sauganash neighborhood, taking trips to Las Vegas, and paying for high-end steak dinners. His ruse unraveled this August when Chase Bank noticed large deposits to an account controlled by Pallohusky from a union credit card account. The bank notified Chicago police, whose Internal Affairs Division conducted an investigation. The IAD determined that they had their man.

Chicago Police officials are working with the police association to get its money back. "We will do everything possible to recover these funds," said Police Superintendent Jody Weis. Toward that end, prosecutors have moved to seize Sgt. Pallohusky's two homes. Defense attorney Robert Kuzas thinks such action is premature. "I don't believe he (Pallohusky) misappropriated one penny of the union's money," he said. But with the take upwards of $1 million, he'll have a tough time explaining that to a court. With Pallohusky's departure, union operations for the time being are in the hands of its board of directors.

Anonymous said...

To the sergeant with ONLY 9 YEARS ON THE JOB who posted on the Sergeant's / PBPA message board:

NO. The PBPA is NOT representing Pallohusky . . this was made clear at the emergency meeting in December.

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