Board Members

Jennifer Hines

Jennifer was appointed to the board in 2006 as the Secretary, she served one year, 2018, as the Sgt. at Arms, then assumed the position of Secretary again in 2019. Jen has been the Loveland FOP Lodge 52 Benevolent Fund Treasurer since 2012. Jen is currently seated as the Chair of the Lodge 52 Wellness Committee, and recently stepped down as the Chair of the Lodge 52 Social Committee. Jen began her career in law enforcement in 2015 with the Loveland Police Department, and has served in two specialized units, in addition to several collateral assignments. Jen has a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Science from Western International University. Jen believes in the importance of the FOP’s dedication to providing better pay, benefits and working conditions for police officers. Jen’s two passions are working: 1) Working for the Benevolent Fund to assist officers who are struggling in some aspect of their life, who have been injured on the job or to the families of officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, 2) Providing resources for officer wellness, to include mental health assistance for officers who may be struggling with the heavy weight of the work they do every day.

Gabe Romano

Bio coming soon.

Ryan Ake

Bio coming soon.

Doug Savage

Doug was appointed Chaplain in 2018.  He started his career as a Police Officer here in Loveland in 2011.  Prior to that, he was a middle school teacher for 3 years, and served a full time church mission for 2 years.  He currently serves as a School Resource Officer.  He also serves as the choir director at church he attends.  Doug holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education, and is a staff sergeant with the Army National Guard.  A few years before he was nominated as chaplain, his 4 nieces and nephews suddenly came to live with his own wife and 4 kids - with about an hours’ notice - for about 3 months.  This new stress and financial strain took a toll on his family.  Lodge 52 came to the rescue, providing his family with some much needed financial assistance and a listening ear.  Since filling the role of Chaplain, Doug has enjoyed lending that helping hand in a meaningful way to the brothers and sisters in need in lodge 52.

Patrick McQueen

Bio coming soon.

Meghan Adent

Meghan was appointed to the board in 2021 to fill the 2nd Vice President position. Meghan has been a member of the Lodge since 2007 when she began her career at the Loveland Police Department as a dispatcher for our Loveland Emergency Communications Center. During her time in dispatch, Meghan became a Communications Training Officer, received three life-saving awards, several other commendations, and delivered a baby over the phone. While in dispatch, Meghan was active in raising money for the Benevolent Fund by organizing silent auctions during Police Week. Meghan was a dispatcher for 10 years before moving to Patrol in 2018. She holds several collateral duties including Field Training Officer, Background Investigator, and Crisis Negotiations Team member. Meghan currently sits on the Benevolent and Wellness Committee for the Lodge. Meghan recently attended the 2021 Wellness Summit and is excited to serve on the E-board and hopes to contribute by strengthening the Lodge and supporting our membership."

Lynn Hutchison

Lynn was appointed to the board in 2020 to fill the Sergeant at Arms position. Lynn is one of our Loveland Emergency Communications Center dispatchers and the only civilian member on the board.  She began her career at the Loveland Police Department in 2017. She is currently a Communications Training Officer for the center. Lynn was recently awarded "Community Education Employee of the Year" for all the work she has done to create a program for public safety education. Lynn is currently attending Eastern Gateway Community College to earn her Associates Degree in Business Management. Lynn wants to represent all of the civilian employees and give them a voice alongside the sworn officers.

Coleman Sloan

Bio coming soon.

Josh Marner

Josh was appointed to the board in 2018 to fill the Sgt. at Arms position. In 2020 Josh became the State Trustee, and shortly after the Vice President. Josh has been in law enforcement for 12 years working for the Colorado State Department of Corrections, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office and the Loveland Police Department. Josh currently sits on the Special Olympics committee. Josh has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Metro State University. Josh serves on the Lodge 52 Fraternal order of Police Executive Board to look out for the people who look out for the community.