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Trever J. Nehls, a Richmond ...
Trever J. Nehls, a Richmond resident and 23-year member of the United States Army Reserve, was recently promoted to Lieutenant Colonel while serving in Afghanistan.
Lieutenant General David M. Rodriguez and Lieutenant Colonel Trever J. Nehls
is serving his
second tour in Afghanistan, following a 2004 deployment in Iraq.
Nehls is a 2010 graduate of the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas and has a Master's Degree from Central Michigan University.
civilian capacity, Nehls
is employed with the Sugar Land Police Department
Can we have Trever Nehls
be as a FBISD elected official, for the westside of the district for his
leadership a place in need, March 14 is the final day to register for public election?
brother Troy and brother Todd and his
ENTIRE family are among the finest patriots, friends and true family one can have in Fort Bend County, in Texas and anywhere across America!
Trever Nehls, executive ...
Trever Nehls, executive officer, 451st Civil Affairs Battalion.
Sugar Creek Baptist Church - Event
Guest Speaker: Trever Nehls
MAJ Trever Nehls is an 18 year member of the US Army National Guard
and Army Reserve
.He is a member of the 451st Civil Affairs Battalion located in Pasadena, Texas.Currently, he is on active duty and serves as the Family Readiness Liaison for the Battalion.He
served in Iraq from August of 2004 to July 2005.In his civilian job, he is a patrol Sergeant for the City of Sugar Land P.D.
Troy's brother Trevor Nehls ...
Troy's brother Trevor Nehls is a supervisor for Sugar Land Police Department and also seeking Troy Nehls current elected position as constable.
The Reporter - Sheriff prepares to join brothers in War of Terror
His brother, Troy Nehls, is serving as a Civil Affairs officer in northern Iraq and will soon be joined next month by his twin, Trever, who is also a member of the U.S. Army Reserve Unit 452nd Civil Affairs Battalion.
...Nehls' younger brother, Trever, who is a community services sergeant with the Sugar Land Police Department in Texas, is one of those soldiers who will be leaving a young family behind.He
wife, Kerri, are expecting their first child next month, just days before his
departure to Iraq.
"While I think its somewhat unique that three brothers will be over in a conflict all at one time, considering the circumstances of what's going on in the Middle East today, I don't find it all that difficult to believe," said Trever Nehls