Lt. Jimmy Waller Donation Presentation

The Thin Blue Line Foundation sends our sincere condolences to the Waller Family and the Conroe Police Department over the tragic loss of Lt. Jimmy Waller, a 22 year veteran. Thank you to the TBL LEMC Nation, Montgomery County Chapter, and all members that participated in today’s presentation to Conroe PD on behalf of Lt. Waller.

Lt. Waller and his wife Adele were seriously injured during a tornado that destroyed their home. Sadly, Lt. Waller’s serious injuries eventually took his life. The Thin Blue Line Foundation and numerous Thin Blue Line LEMC members, as well as the Montgomery Ct chapter made financial donations to the Waller Family and presented to Conroe PD.

Medical Equipment Donation

Bubba Moore Foundation and the Thin Blue Line Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club Brazos Valley Chapter donated needed medical equipment in May, 2024. The group was able to provide a bright John Deere green motorized wheelchair to a family in need.

Donation to Leander Police Department Officer in Need

On Sunday April 7th, members of the Thin Blue Line LEMC Austin Chapter met with Leander PD Officer Jinger Fuller and presented her with a 1500.00 donation to assist with medical expenses while she battles cancer.

Jinger Fuller has been diagnosed with stage 3C cancer. Jinger has diligently served her community as a police officer with the Leander Police Department for over 15 years. She recently underwent an aggressive and invasive surgery but experienced further complications that will result in her going through chemotherapy and radiation. Jinger is 37 years old and the mother of a 9 year old. To say this diagnosis was unexpected wouldn’t even begin to describe this unfathomable development.

El Paso PD Det. Charles Heinrich Tribute

The Austin Chapter Probate Jess Eckard lead a ride to the Texas Peace Officer Memorial to pay tribute to a partner of his, El Paso PD Det. Charles Heinrich. Eckard and Heinrich were involved in a gunfight with a wanted subject on this date in 1983. Eckard was able to subdue the subject, but Heinrich had recieved a head wound that ultimately took his life.

A very somber and personal tribute was conducted at the memorial. Thank you to those that offered support, to include not only Austin Chapter, but also Bastrop and Alamo City.

New Braunfels Chapter Donations

The New Braunfels Chapter spent the afternoon giving out Holiday cheer to our community.

We first visited the Comal County Sheriff office and made a $1500 donation to the Green Santa program.

We then went across the street and made another $1500 donation to the Blue Santa program.

We then visited the Comal County Crisis Center and made another $1500 donation to the families living at their facility.

Earlier in the week we made a $1000 donation to a local Senior Center to purchase gifts for Seniors who have no family members near by.

It’s is a honor and a pleasure to give back to our community and try to make a small difference in people’s lives.

Merry Christmas everyone.

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