Tony Ostrander is a born and raised Idahoan and an 18-year veteran of Law Enforcement in the State of Idaho. After graduating from Washington State University, Tony began his law enforcement career in 2005, with the Twin Falls City Police Department where he served for 3 years as a Patrol Officer. Tony lateraled to the Boise Police Department in 2008, where he currently serves as a Sergeant in the Neighborhood Contact Officer (NCO) Unit. Tony was a member of Twin Falls PD’s FOP Lodge during his career there, as well as Lodge 11, his entire time at Boise PD. In Tony’s career, he has served in the Patrol Division and was a Task Force Officer with the FBI Metro Violent Crimes Task Force for 6 years, before returning back to Patrol and promoting to Sergeant in the Patrol Division. Tony is eager to take on the challenges of being President for the FOP’s largest lodge in the State of Idaho, and he hopes to build on the tremendous foundation and achievements of the past Lodge 11 Board members.
Vice President- Adnan Rudan
Adnan “Rudy” Rudan began a career in Law Enforcement in 2006 with the Filer Police Department where he was assigned as a Reserve Patrol Officer. In 2007, he graduated from the College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement Program and was hired as a full time Patrol Officer with the City of Rupert. In 2008, Rudan left Rupert and joined the Meridian Police Department. While at MPD, Rudan has held positions as a Motor Officer and promoted to the rank of Corporal in August of 2021 where he is currently assigned to the SRO Division. Rudan also completes his duties as an Honor Guard Member and Drone Operator. Rudan was elected to the executive board for the Treasure Valley FOP Lodge #11 as 2nd Vice President in 2020 and was elected to the position of Vice President in 2022.
Treasurer- Shelli Sonnenberg-Wardle
Secretary- Dan Martinez
Dan Was born in the Bay Area in California. Dan started his Law Enforcement career with the Alameda County Sheriff's Office in 2010 where he worked assignments including detention, records, and patrol. Dan moved to the Treasure Valley in 2016 and began working with the Boise Police Department. Dan has worked patrol since he began with Boise PD. Dan is also assigned to Boise PDs Drone Unit and Bomb Squad.
Dan has been a member of the Treasure Valley FOP since 2016 and took on the challenge of Lodge Secretary in 2022.
2nd Vice President: Chuck Roath
Chuck was born in Ontario, OR and spent his childhood in the treasure valley before relocating to Eastern Oregon where he graduated high school and joined the Oregon Army National Guard. While in the Army National Guard, he held several jobs to include operating tanks, being a squad leader, and graduating the Platoon Leadership Developmental Course in order to promote to the rank of Sgt. However, his time of service (6 years) concluded before promoting to that rank. Chuck also attended Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, OR where he studied business management.
After college, Chuck began working at the Arizona Dept of Corrections where he worked all custody levels to include death row and a violent criminal unit of a maximum-security prison.
After relocating back to Idaho in 2003, he began working at IDOC and ultimately with the Ada County Sheriff’s Office. At ACSO, he worked in the jail before promoting to patrol. While in patrol, he was an FTO and an operator for the Ada Metro SWAT team where he was also the team’s grenadier. Chuck worked at ACSO for 8.5 years before lateraling to the Boise Police Dept in 2011.
While with Boise Police, Chuck has worked patrol, Boise State University, was an FTO, worked as a Special Victim’s Unit Detective for 4 years, and is currently a Detective with the departments Violent Crimes/Homicide Unit where he has been for nearly 4 years. Chuck is currently an 18 year police veteran.
Chuck has been a member of Lodge 11 for six years and currently took on the challenge of being the lodge’s 2nd Vice President. Chuck is eager to learn his new position and commits to maintaining the integrity and honor of being a board member of this lodge.
State Trustee- Terisa Howell
Terisa Howell has worked for the Ada County Sheriff's Office for 22 years. She started her career in 2000 as a Field Services Technician (office manager) in the Eagle contract. In 2002 she became a Reserve Deputy. In 2004 she transferred to a Detention Deputy and worked in the Ada County Jail for about 9 years. In 2013 she transferred to Patrol. As a patrol deputy she worked in all areas of the county including the contract cities of Eagle, Star and Kuna. In 2017 Terisa transferred to detectives as a School Resource Officer where she still works. She has all six elementary schools in the Kuna contract. During the summers she works at Lucky Peak Lake on Marine Patrol.
Terisa has been an FOP member for 8 years.
Chaplain- Ted Snyder