2016 Retiree Roundup
We would like to thank the following people/organizations who donated door prizes. If I missed anyone, I apologize in advance.
Barbara Persten (from the Estate of Sheriff Sherman Block)
Sheriff’s Relief Association
John and Bobbie Sullivan
Riverside Resort and Casino
Corky and Chuck Jackson
Bob Briley and Etta Litch
Al and Sue Kopperud
Clyde and CC King
Jack and Jan Smith
Lee and Carol Nielsen
We would like to thank the following organizations for their monetary donation to the Roundup. Their generous donations help keep the costs of the Roundup down and fund its operation.
Sheriffs’ Relief Association – Bill McSweeney
ALADS – they also fund the entire cost of the HR 218 qualification
PPOA – Brian Moriguchi
POPA FCU – Raymond Bartus
We would also like to thank the following individuals who volunteer and through their hard work, help make the Roundup a huge success.
Charlie Engelbart – Starview Room Coordinator
Linda Engelbart – Registration Desk Coordinator
Jacque Franco – 50/50 Raffle Coordinator
Ike Sabean – Photographer Coordinator
Walt Bouman – HR 218 Chairman
John and Bobbi Sullivan – Range Porta-potties
Tony Hollins – Slot Chairman
Bernie Kammer – Bowling Chairman
Norm Copping – Golf Chairman
Henry Reed – Arts and Crafts Fair Chairman
Debbie Ryall – door prizes and 50/50 raffle
Mila Bouman – door prizes
Mabel Lee – door prizes
Dawn Forbus – door prize
Mel Savage and Ron Anstead – who undertakes the thankless job of alphabetizing the name
tags prior to the end of the Roundup.
And a big thank you to all of those folks who volunteered to work the Registration Desk during the Roundup.
And last but not least a great big thank you to my wife Robyn Mullen who works extremely hard from Sept till the Roundup. Robyn handles all the money, checks, contracts, food ordering, name processing, printing of name tags, purchasing and tracking the door prizes, paying the bills, negotiating costs, etc etc etc and she also runs the poker tournament.
I would also like to give a very, very special thanks to Retired LASD Deputy Jess Bembry for the very thoughtful and meaningful gesture that he put forth and started on behalf of myself and Robyn. I am just so glad that he did not tell the “snake lady” story. And a great big thank you to all of you who followed suit with Jess’s gesture. It was very touching to us both.
See you next year.