TI retiree Dot Adler was honored with the 2012 Dallas County Council of Republican Women’s Anita Hill Lifetime Achievement Award Dec. 4.
The award recognized Dot’s more than 50 years of volunteer work for the GOP in Dallas County and is named for the late State Representative Anita Hill of Garland. The council is an umbrella group composed of the county’s 15 federated Republican women’s clubs.
Dot began volunteering in her precinct in 1960. She joined the Dallas Downtown Republican Women’s Club in 1964 and has been president
six times. For the Dallas County Council of Republican Women, she has been treasurer, recording secretary and publicity director. Also, she was
Texas Federation of Republican Dot Adler with Lifetime Achievement Award.
She was a Texas at-large alternate delegate to the 1988 Republican National Convention in New Orleans that nominated George H.W. Bush for
President. In 1999,she was a full-time volunteer for three months in the Texas finance office of the George W. Bush Presidential Exploratory
Committee in Dallas.