Who’s Who in Mount Mercy Criminal Justice Graduates

AlumniSpring 2010

A sampling of law enforcement and corrections personnel in leadership positions who are Mount Mercy alumni:

  • Former Linn County Sheriff’s deputy and current deputy U.S. Marshal Dennis Blome ’80
  • Cedar Rapids Police Department Captain (Ret.) Tom Erceg ’79
  • Linn County Sheriff’s Captain Rik Haendler ’81
  • Cedar Rapids Police Department Captain Joseph Hanrahan ’91
  • Renee K. Hanrahan ’91, attorney and Bankruptcy Trustee for the Northern District of Iowa
  • Shawn Harden ’00, attorney and former judicial magistrate of the First Judicial District of Iowa
  • Gary Hinzman ’76, director of the Sixth Judicial District of Iowa, Department of Correctional Services and former president of the national American Corrections Association
  • Cedar Rapids Police Department Deputy Chief (Ret.) David Johnson ’88
  • Cedar Rapids Police Department Captain/Deputy Chief Bruce Kern ’80
  • Michael Klappholz ’77, former police chief of the Cedar Rapids Police Department
  • Cedar Rapids Police Department Captain (Ret.) Jim Noonan ’80
  • Cedar Rapids Police Department Captain (Ret.) Phil Peters ’81
  • Johnson County Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek ’88
  • Cedar Rapids Police Department Captain Bernie Walther ’82
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  • Susan Smith says:

    I know no list is complete but what about Brian Gardner, Linn County Sheriff?

    We certainly have many MMC grads in our community to be proud of!

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