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CHAPTERCHAT ADOPTION EVENT featuring lovable dogs from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services before first pitch at Nationals vs. Tigers spring training game at Space Coast Stadium in Viera Florida. Upton attended the event, helped in giving out the limited edition GRAND SLAM ADOPTION EVENT t-shirts, played with lovable adoptable dogs that were onsite, posed for pictures with them and met attendees who checked out the dogs – some of whom adopted them on site. Upton got involved with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services via her sister, ChristieWilliams, who works with the shelter. An animal lover, Upton has three adopted dogs of her own, and has visited the shel- ter during trips home to Florida. The adoption event featured 20

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ment Major Lester “Sam” Akeo , 100th Session, on February 20, 2015. Also, Honolulu Police Major Neville Colburn , 258th Session, suffered a fatal seizure while jog- ging at the Police Training Acade- my on February 23, 2015. Sincere condolences to both families. MARYLAND/DELAWARE n On February 27, 2015 the Maryland/Delaware Chapter of the FBI National Academy Association held its annual Past Presidents Luncheon at Yellow Fin Restaurant in Edgewater, MD. This year nine members of this elite group were in attendance and welcomed its new- est member TeresaWalter to the alumni. This group is recognized for their diligence, perseverance, and hard work to the chapter. During the event current Chapter President Melissa Zelbey presented Teresa with her Past President pin. n The Maryland Delaware Chap- ter hosted its annual re-trainer conference in Dewey Beach, Dela- ware on April 12th – 14th, 2015. Approximately 80 members from the Chapter participated in two days of quality training. President Melissa Zelby welcomed the attendees on Sunday evening at the President’s Reception. The training included topics on Lead- ership , Media Relations , Deadly Encounter , Marketing Your Agency and Law Enforcement Trauma: Are You Prepared .

n Cmdr. BobWeber , 168th Ses- sion, Flagler Sheriff’s Office retired on April 30, 2015 after 14 years, and is the second person on Sher- iff Jim Manfre’s command staff. Weber began his law enforcement career in 1973 and served for 23 years with the Briarcliff Manor Police Department in Westchester County, N.Y. He resigned from Briarcliff Manor in 1996 as a lieu- tenant. Five years later, he joined the Sheriff’s Office. He was hired by Manfre, who first served as sheriff from 2000 to 2004. Weber has been a patrol supervisor and investigations supervisor during his time in Flagler. He was moved to public information and com- munity outreach after Manfre took office again in 2013. HAWAII n Congratulations to the follow- ing individuals who have been promoted to the rank of major at the Honolulu Police Department effective April 12, 2015: Larry Lawson , 251st Session, William Baldwin , 244th Session, Darren Izumo , 245th Session n Andrew Lum , 237th Session was promoted to Major with Honolulu Police Department and assigned to Information Technol- ogy Division effective November 12, 2014. Congratulations and wishes of continued success. Sad to report the sudden passing of retired Honolulu Police Depart-

Assistant Chief Wayne Miller began his career with the Port Orange Police

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1985. During his tenure with the Port Orange Police Department, he has served in many different roles with various responsibilities. Chief Miller held positions includ- ing Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Motorcycle Officer, Traffic Homicide Investigator, Profession- al Standards Officer and Commu- nications Supervisor. Chief Miller was promoted to Corporal in 1989, Sergeant in 1991, Lieuten- ant in 1997, Captain in 2006 and Assistant Chief in 2009. Chief Miller is a graduate of sev- eral senior level law enforcement

lovable dogs from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services.

( L-R) 2013 FBINAA President Doug Muldoon, Past Florida President Al Lamberti, Former SAC FBI Miami Bill Gavin, Ellen Glasser, National President, Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Ken Parkerson, President Gold Coast Chapter SFSAFBI, Former ASAC FBI Miami Tim McNally, Former SAC FBI Miami Andy Duffin.

Al Lamberti and Past President Doug Muldoon recently attended the Retired Special Agents lun- cheon April 9th the day before the dedication of the new FBI Miami office. n The Port Orange Police Department wishes to recognize one of their own, upon his retire- ment, for outstanding service.

leadership schools including the 217th session of the FBI National Academy, the 34th session of the Florida Chief Executive Institute and the 59th session of the Law Enforcement Executive Develop- ment Seminar. As of April 5th 2015, Chief Miller retired from the Port Orange Police Department.

(L-R) Past Presidents attending this year’s luncheon – Bobby Cummings, Doug Verzi, Marlyn Dietz, Dave Deputy, Aaron Chaffinch, R.L. Hughes, Ralph Holm, Nancy Dietz, Joel Jordan, Ralph Holm and Teresa Walter.

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