(Garland) The Mohler Family exemplifies the “You Make a Difference” reorganization which they received from the Noon Exchange Club of Garland at its Oct 5 meeting. The father, Jay Mohler and his two sons, Jason and Jeremy are all members of the Garland Police Department.
Jay was hired by the Garland Police Department in July 1980. He is currently assigned to the Patrol Division. During his career in the Garland Police Department Jay has received eight Certificates of Merits, a Meritorious Conduct Bar, Life Saving Bar and held of honor of Officer of the moth twice. He has 29 complimentary letters in his personnel file.
Jason joined the Garland Police Department in December 2008. He is currently assigned to the Patrol Division. He holds two Certificates of Merit and has four complimentary letters in his personnel file.
Jeremy was originally hired as a civilian Detention Office in 2007. After resigning from that position to pursue his education, he was rehired by the Garland Police Department in October 2010. Jeremy graduated from the police academy in April 2011 and has just recently completed the Field Training portion of his career and is currently assigned to the Patrol Division.
Paula, wife of Jay and mother of Jason and Jeremy, has been employed since 1983 at Memorial Hospital of Garland which is now Baylor Medical Center at Garland. She is the Executive Office Manager and Assistant to Tom Trenary.
The Mohler family’s commitment to the City of Garland is appreciated.
The You Make Difference reorganization is a quarterly program for the Noon Exchange Club of Garland.
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The Noon Exchange Club welcomes guest at all the meetings. They meet from noon to 1 p.m. every Wednesday at Eastern Hills Country Club, 3000 S. Country Club Road. They enjoy good food, friends and fun along with making a difference in the community.
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Story and photo submitted by Rosie Neely, secretary, Noon Exchange Club of Garland.
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