Wednesday, March 25, 2015
I'm looking for some information about Kenneth Waycott he was in service
1940-1950. I'm just looking up some family history.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Does anyone have some old sargent stripes when they were felt and had three up and three down chevrons...
Mighty Oaks Foundation
Sunday, August 10, 2014
is having their annual fund raiser in the Woodlands in September. Sarah Palin
is the keynote speaker. The large plaque that I make for auction will be at
their event. The information about the fundraiser is in the above link.
James B Woodruff
Thursday, March 13, 2014
James B Woodruff retired and deceased is my grandfather. I was fairly
young when he passed away and regret not knowing him as well as I would have
liked. This may be a long shot but is there a way I can come into contact with
some officers who knew him? It would be great to hear some stories. Thank you
Part Time Employment
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Retired Officer wanted for part time shift work. Dispatch,
console, daily report, several days a week. nights, evenings, weekends with
computer knowledge. Must be able to multi-task, Good pay. Get out of the house
time with pay. E-mail or call retired officers Bat or Fred 7am - 3pm
Seeking to Locate
Monday, January 20, 2014
Subject: Capt. Doug
I am attempting to locate and contact a friend of mine Capt. Doug Perry
(ret). He recently retired several months ago. He was experiencing medical
problems and I have not been able to contact him. I do not know if he was a
member of HPORA or not. Can you give me any information about him. Thank
Message from Bart Schield
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Forinformational purposes only; on a recent trip to Texas A &
M while driving in College Station I was stopped and written a citation for
speeding. I handed the officer my Tx driver's license and my HPD retired
officers id. Just letting other retired officers know to be aware of College
SW-Beechnut challenge coins
Monday, January 6, 2014
I have about 75 of the SW-Beechnut challenge coins for sale
at $ 12.50 each..this is the larger sized coin with the Astrodome displayed
inside HPD Badge #4 on one side..
SR. Police Officer /Analyst Carl Noon
SOUTHWEST PATROL-BEECHNUT Crime Analysis
4503 Beechnut, Houston Tx. 77096
Operation Lone Star-Texans Support
Friday, December 13, 2013
On behalf of Operation Lone Star-Texans Supporting Our Troops I want to thank
the members of HPROA for your continued support of our organization and our
troops who are in harm's way. With your support we have mailed more care
packages to military personnel in Afghanistan this year than ever before.
Special thanks to many folks who approach me at
every meeting with a cash donations, sometimes quite substantial. And to Nelson
Zoch, Ray Collins and Fred Walschberger, who have introduced me to other
organizations who now support us. To the entire membership, thank you for the
cash donations as well as the food and hygiene items.
To the retiree who placed a $100 bill in the donation box during the most
recent meeting, thank you, My Friend.
I recently received the following e-mail from a Gunnery Sergeant assigned to
Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, Afghanistan
"In the past two days I have received two packages from your organization. I
wanted to take the time to express my gratitude for your support. I haven't
heard of your organization, and I am unsure of how you received my name. I am
glad that someone passed my name to you folks. I opened the boxes and shared
with the Marines your goodies you have provided and they are appreciative as
well.Once again, on behalf of Lima Company 3/7, I would like to thank you for your
support. You are a fine organization that understands patriotism and what it
takes to maintain the freedom of our beloved country. It is people like you that
helps us to realize that we are not alone in these endeavors."
GySgt J.P., Lima Company 3/7
The support from HPROA makes that last sentence possible
Merry Christmas and be safe.
Jim Conley, HPD Retiree / President
Operation Lone Star-Texans Supporting Our Troops