TO PROTECT & SERVE
SW Corner of Grant and 25th Street
Jonnie Parker Hartman
Jonnie Parker Hartman majored in Painting and Illustration and minored in Dance at the University of Utah, and she earned a Graduate Certi cate through Parsons School of Art and Design in Paris, France. In 2006 she returned to her native Ogden where she is a freelance artist, dance instructor and choreographer. Jonnie’s work includes large-scale installation art, set designs, murals and more. She won the 2006 Utah Design Star competition and a commission for the sculpture “Glide, Soar, Fly” which stands in front of Salt Lake City’s Capitol Theater. Jonnie is also a regular guest of local television’s Studio 5.
Jon & Telitha Greiner
Chief Jon Greiner and his wife, Telitha (formerly Lindquist) are deeply committed to making Ogden a better place to live. For 35 years, Jon served as an Ogden Police officer and was appointed Chief of Police in 1995. He earned a BS from Weber State University and an MS from Utah State University, served as an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the Retired Reserve. He has supported our community in many capacities: as a Utah State Senator for District 18, a Governor’s appointee to the State Children’s Justice Center Executive Board and to the Utah Public Health Emergency Planning Advisory Council, a Weber State University Alumni Board President, Eccles Community Art Association member and more. Jon and Telitha’s children are Jonathan, Elyse and Jared.