Annual Dinner October 20, 2022
FBI Case Files Michigan, Tales of a G-Man

FBI Case Files Michigan, Tales of a G-Man

Interested in hearing some of Michigan’s most gripping true-crime tales from the past 50 years? Then don’t miss The Washtenaw 100’s annual fundraising dinner, open to the paying public, on Thursday, October 20.

This regional nonprofit charitable organization, founded in 1971, supports the county’s law enforcement officers and firefighters, their families, and their departments.

Retired FBI agent and author Greg Stejskal, who lives in Ann Arbor, will be the dinner’s guest speaker. Stejskal’s 2021 book FBI Case Files Michigan: Tales of a G-Man vividly tells of notable cases he investigated during his nearly 32 years as a Special Agent in the FBI’s Detroit Division. Attendees can expect Stejskal to share some of his most challenging and exciting FBI experiences in his talk at The Washtenaw 100’s dinner. He will tell of the courage of those that uphold the mission of the FBI to “protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States.”

Says Stejskal, “Whether it’s the Bureau or local law enforcement and fire fighters, we’re all looking to help protect and foster a safe and healthy environment. As we work together as a community, we can continue to secure that.”

About Greg Stejskal

Greg Stejskal

Greg Stejskal

Stejskal began his FBI career in 1975. As a Special Agent, he primarily investigated criminal cases. He was also a member and leader of the area’s SWAT team. Later, Stejskal served for 11 years as a Senior Resident Agent in charge of the FBI’s Ann Arbor office. He retired from the Bureau in 2006, and has since volunteered and written.

Before joining the FBI, Stejskal earned business and law degrees – in 1971 and 1974, respectively – from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Stejskal was born in Omaha. He originally attended the University of Nebraska on a football scholarship.

Stejskal and his wife, Pat, a retired kindergarten teacher, have two adult children. His son Andy is a paramedic/firefighter for the Taylor Fire Department.

About the Annual Dinner

The Washtenaw 100’s annual dinner will be held in Washtenaw Community College’s Morris Lawrence Building at 4800 E. Huron River Drive on the evening of Thursday, October 20. The event will begin at 6 pm with a cocktail reception and silent auction. Dinner will begin serving at 7 pm.

Ticket prices are $100, $175 or $450 per person, ranging up to $1,400 for a corporate sponsorship. Proceeds will help fund The Washtenaw 100’s awards, scholarships, grants, and operations.

Keep watching this page on The Washtenaw 100’s website for updated details on the annual dinner as they become available.

For a glimpse of what the guests will hear at this year’s Annual Dinner about the state’s most notorious criminals and the investigations that took them down, listen to the podcast Listen In, Michigan, Episode 48: Tales of a G-Man featuring Greg Stejskal.