Patricia Harrold, is a USAF veteran who has served on the NFOA board for the last 2 years. She undertook the role of secretary, helping NFOA streamline meetings and communication. As one of NFOA’s registered lobbyists, she worked hard to generate understanding and support for the rights of firearms owners in Nebraska. She organized several educational events and worked countless hours in support of LB-289, visiting with senators and their legislative aides and crafting several written communication pieces. As a participant in the Communications committee, she has developed numerous social marketing messages and promotions. Patricia was a core participant in planning and executing our Annual Member Meeting many policies and strategies that have improved NFOA’s operations and communications. She is also the chapter leader of the Well Armed Woman – a non-profit group working to advance firearms skills and knowledge in Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa.
Long-term firearm owner, NFOA member and volunteer. Les has contributed to several member engagement and communication projects and recruiting events. A life-long Nebraskan, Les has spent countless hours serving the community and actively pursuing a passion for firearms and the 2nd Amendment as a gun enthusiast, hunter and sportsman.
Bio: Andy Roche is a current member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA), and the Gun Owners of America (GOA). He is serving his first term on the NFOA Board of Directors
Andy grew up with a father who was in the Air Force and over the years he lived all over the country as well as Japan and Germany. Traveling the world exposed Andy to different points of view and belief systems around the world and he learned the value of what we have here in the United States. Andy saw what a government could do to a people and realized that the rights guaranteed to us by our State and Federal Constitutions were a precious thing that could be lost if we aren’t willing to stand up and defend them.
After purchasing his first firearm, he learned as much as he could about firearms, including the laws that restrict our use of them. He is now a firearms instructor and was one of the first 10 instructors credentialed by the USCCA in the state of Nebraska. Andy focuses on the basics and teaching others the importance of safety and personal defense in the modern world.
Andy enjoys using his guns for leisure, a little competition, and self-defense.
Bio: Rod Moeller has served on the board for the past 6 years. The past 3 years as President and 3 years prior as Vice President. Rod is dedicated to the NFOA, NFOA principles, and our mission.
Rod is a Nebraska native, born and raised in rural Lancaster County. After serving 4 years in the Army Rod moved back to Nebraska and eventually moved to Omaha for job opportunities.
Rod’s efforts over the past couple years have been to continue advancing the professional image and influence of the NFOA. The NFOA has achieved this through hosting events for the Senators, their staff, legislative candidates and our members. This included breakfast for the senators at the Capitol during session, the Legislative Education Summit for current staff and candidates, co-hosting legislative events with our partners. 2016 was the 2nd election cycle we put this educational event together.
Rod is currently one of three unpaid registered lobbyists for the NFOA. Rod’s priority is to present the NFOA as a professional organization, building on the good reputation we have established over the past 8 years.
Rod has also worked on developing relationships with other like-minded organizations. Some have turned into great partnerships that have continued to advance our organization.
Bio: Trey is a former Lieutenant Commander in United States Navy, and was honorably discharged in 2001. Trey is originally from Texas, he moved to Nebraska that same year for residency training at UNMC. Trey is currently in private practice dental specialty practice (Endodontics) in Lincoln. Trey has been active in the firearms community in Nebraska for several years from competition shooting to instructing. Trey has been a member (#32) of the NFOA since 2008. He has a particular interest in the lawful use of deadly force (justifiable homicide) having taken almost 100 hours of continuing legal education on the topic. Recently, Trey has become an affiliated CCW instructor with 88 Tactical, along with being a part of their Tactical Medicine Advisory Board.