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educator , Protective services official

Jesse James Medina, American protective services official, educator. Recipient Leadership award, Mexican Government, 1999. Vice president Self Sufficiency Counsel, 1999; secretary treasurer team plan committee Traffic Problem, 2000; member International Bridge Traffic Advisory Council, since 2002. Fellow Texas Attorney Generals Office (Excellence award 1989).

Background

Medina, Jesse James was born on May 18, 1956 in Roma, Texas, United States. Son of Benigno and Celia Gonzalez Medina.

Education

Associate of Applied Science, Laredo Community College, Texas, 1977. Bachelor of Science, St. John's University, Springfield, Missouri, 2000.

Career

Deputy sheriff Starr County, Rio Grande City, Texas, 1975-1978. Police officer City of Pharr, 1978-1979, detective sergeant, 1984-1999, lieutenant, 1984-1990, captain, 1990-1992, assistant chief police, 1992-1996, chief police, since 1996. Sergeant-at-arms Rio Grande Valley Chief Association, 1998.

Membership

Vice president Self Sufficiency Counsel, 1999. Secretary treasurer team plan committee Traffic Problem, 2000. Member International Bridge Traffic Advisory Council, since 2002.

Fellow Texas Attorney Generals Office (Excellence award 1989).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Hunting, fishing, camping.

Connections

Married Dina Pena, May 25, 1979. Children: Gerardo J., Rebecca A.

father:
Benigno Medina

mother:
Celia Gonzalez Medina

spouse:
Dina Pena

children:
Gerardo J. Medina

Rebecca A. Medina