Marc Blazejowski is an individual highly dedicated to personal excellence and the well being of his home community of Bristol, Connecticut. From 1999 to 2012, he served with the Bristol Police Department as an outstanding officer. He worked as a traffic and patrol officer who had the reputation for being polite, efficient, and courteous while in uniform. He was awarded a number of accommodations while on the force as he was recognized for excellent conduct. His dedication to his police work was due in part to his love for the community. He was born and raised in Bristol, Connecticut leaving only to attend school at Mitchell College in 1997. During his childhood, his parents raised him on the game of baseball, a sport that he played through his life even competing at the collegiate level.
As a police officer, Marc Blazejowski was highly exceptional in the field. He worked diligently to keep the city he loved so much safe and secure for all of its citizens to enjoy. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal in November of 2003, the Life Saving Award in December of 2009, and numerous letters of accommodation from 2002 to 2010. He served on the police force as a patrol and traffic officer who had the reputation of being polite, courteous, and efficient in his duties by the community of Bristol. Before retiring, Marc Blazejowski was often looked up to by his peers as the best example of how to serve as a dedicated police officer.