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  • From the Desk of the EVP - June 2018
    Updated On: Jun 11, 2018
    JOHN A. JENKINS, PBA Exec. Vice President

    Last month was a very busy month for your PBA. Within three months, and in spite of many obstacles placed in our path, we had a very successful and record-setting PBA Law Enforcement Awards Gala! Hundreds of elected officials, dignitaries, PBA members and their guests made honoring our law enforcement heroes a priority on May 19th. Look for a collage of pictures in next month’s Heat. Truthfully this event could not have been pulled off without the assistance of our PBA staff. I want to personally thank Jenny Delgado and Georgianne Cox for their extended roles in making this year’s gala the biggest and best yet. 

    I want to give kudos to the Progressive Officer’s Club and President Mario Ferguson and his board for putting on a great scholarship ball, raising money for their member’s children. It was a time of great food, music and fellowship. 

    Also in May, the PBA was proud to see our first endorsed candidate win. Congratulations to State Representative Javier Fernandez who overwhelmingly won the District 114 Seat. Hopefully, this is the start of a good run of victorious PBA-endorsed candidates. 

    I would be remiss not to mention last month’s Police Memorial at Tropical Park. It was another great event by the Police Officer Assistance Trust, and the many volunteers who assisted, to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. It truly is everyone’s duty to remember their sacrifice and honor the pain the surviving families live with daily. 

    Remember, stay safe and back each other up. We are stronger and safer in numbers. Be there for each other. Whether you like the officer next to you or not, it’s a fellow brother or sister in a uniform and that should mean something to you. 


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