President Rondell Lance is a retired Sgt. of the Asheville Police Department. President Lance joined FOP Lodge #1 in 1989 and has served as Trustee, Chaplin, Treasurer and Vice President. He is currently serving his 22nd year as President of Lodge #1.
Retired from the Asheville Police Dept. with over 30 years of service. Have been a member of the Fraternal Order of Police, Harold C Enloe Lodge 1 since 1984. I have held several positions on the Executive Board of Lodge 1, and currently the Treasurer of the State Lodge FOP Foundation.
Joined Harold C. Enloe, FOP Lodgee #1 on 10/1/87, just a couple weeks after being sworn in at Asheville PD. Feb. 2001 appointed to position of Chaplain of Lodge #1 with a short time as Lodge Treasurer. February 2002 appointed to the position of Lodge Secretary have held that position to the present. Served on the NCFOP Awards Committee. Currently on the NCFOP Legal Aid Committee where I have served for several years. 2016 elected to the position of NCFOP State Secretary winning re-election in 2018.
James H Wingo II
Native of Asheville
Police officer at City of Asheville from 1990-1994
Became a member of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol in 1994 and retired as Captain of Internal Affairs in 2018.
FOP Member since 1990
Sergeant At Arms
Retired Raleigh Police Department, Asheville native, member FOP 11+ years, served as Sargeant at Arms. On E- board 9 years.
Pisgah High School class of 1987.
B.A. degree from North Carolina State University in 1992
Started with the North Carolina State Highway Patrol in November 1993. Currently Captain of Troop G stationed in Asheville, NC.
Matt Miller began his law enforcement career in 2006 with the Asheville Police Department and became a member of the Fraternal Order of Police that same year. During his time with APD he worked as a patrol officer for the north and east end of the city for his first three years and then in 2009 was one of the original members of the, at that time, newly formed Downtown Unit. In 2013, Matt accepted a job with the Woodfin Police Department were he would serve as a patrol officer, work as a Detective in their Criminal investigation Unit, and most recently was promoted to Patrol Sergeant. Over the course of his career he has taken pride in being able to not only serve his community but also serve those he works with. After obtaining his Instructor Certification and Completing the Western North Carolina Law Enforcement Leadership Academy, Matt took direction in wanting to be able to take part in being a voice for the men and women of his agency as well as Officers in the area. In order to fulfill that desire, Matt ran for the position of Trustee and was voted into that position in 2018 by his fellow brother and sisters of the Lodge.
Retired from Jacksonville Beach Police Department in Florida after 25 years. Was a member of FOP Northeaster Lodge 17 for about 30 years, holding several offices including President, First Vice President and Chaplain. Relocated to North Carolina in 2014, transferring my membership to North Carolina Lodge 1. During the preparation for the move from Florida to North Carolina, a priority was locating a FOP Lodge and completing the application process prior to the move.I have been married to my wife Maureen for 46 years and have two daughters and one grandson, all live in North Carolina.
Norman L Rice Retired from the Asheville Police Dept. Married with two children, and eight grandchildren. Served in the US Army. Vietnam veteran. A member of FOP since 1973. Was the Treasurer for sixteen years. Served and still serving as a Trustee for six years.
Mary Marett served North Carolina Community Corrections as a Probation/Parole Officer, Intensive Case Officer and Chief Probation/Parole Officer. She also served as Director of The Burke CRV Center before retiring from the NCDPS in 2018. Mary is a member of St. James Episcopal Church in Black Mountain. She completed CISM training and served on Adult Corrections Shield Team for peer support. She continues to support staff and the Correctional Peace Officer's Foundation. Mary was an instructor during her career with DPS and continues working with local community colleges in retirement.