New community liaison introduced at Triad

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John Tameron

By John Hernandez

At the TRIAD meeting last Wednesday, John Tameron was introduced as the new Pinal County Attorney’s Office Community Liaison, who was hired last month.

Tameron has lived all his life in Superior, where he owns Los Hermanos restaurant and lounge, Tameron Janitorial, Tameron Ice Company and a company that teaches mine safety. He is a retired fireman from the Superior Volunteer Fire Department and is currently a member of the Superior City Council.

John will be working with many groups and organizations in Pinal County communities.

The TRIAD members discussed the home alone installer; the upcoming quarterly TRIAD meeting, Oaks Festival and the health fair. The new prescription drug disposal unit will be available soon in Oracle and SaddleBrooke.

TRIAD is a partnership with the Pinal County Attorney’s Office, Pinal County Sheriff’s Department and the Pinal/Gila Council for Senior Citizens that work with community organizations and volunteers to provide services and education to prevent victimization of seniors and to improve their quality of life.

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