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Luncheon Speakers

Bill and Louise Pollaro Moulder


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On Monday, January 26, 2015 we will welcome Bill Moulder and Louise Pollaro Moulder both from Paseo's class of 1956 as our guest speakers.

 "My name is Bill Moulder, class of 1956.  To my surprise and much to the bewilderment of my classmates, I became a Kansas City Police Officer.  It was really Mr. Bradley’s fault.  You may remember him; he was a typing teacher at Paseo.  My career spanned two police departments and forty-three years.  I left Kansas City after 25 years to be the Police Chief in Des Moines, Iowa.  I got to do that for 18 years.

 My wife and high-school sweetheart, Louise Pollaro was a Paseo cheerleader. We live in Des Moines, Iowa and celebrated our 57th wedding anniversary this past year. Although I have retired because you cannot be a police officer after age 65, she has continued to work as a travel agent sending people all over the world.  Although I am retired,  I started a consulting business to stay connected to law enforcement."

 Since 1960 “policing” has gone from “Dragnet” to “Reality TV” -- and Bill has had a front row seat to the evolution. He'll share those changes with us and Louise will be providing observations from a wife’s perspective.

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