Anti-Fraud Group Presenters 


Tom Adkins


Tom Adkins and his wife Debra moved from Austin to Sun City in 2021 after Tom retired.  Tom grew up in New England and obtained a BA in economics and history from The University of Virginia and a JD from the University of Texas School of Law.  He worked for the Houston-based law firm Bracewell LLP for 38 years as a business transactions lawyer, where he served as head of the firm’s corporate and securities practice before moving to the firm’s Austin office in 2000.  Tom and Debra are enjoying life in Sun City, where they have participated in several clubs, including the hiking, tennis, pickleball, ballroom dance and RV clubs.  Tom also swims with Texas Gold Masters.  He has a strong interest in helping people avoid scams and fraud.

George Bart

George Bartulevicz and his wife moved from Arlington, TX to Sun City in 2019.  In 2021, he retired after a 43-year career with American Airlines as a Sr. Fraud Investigator in the company’s Corporate Security Department.  His job responsibilities included investigation of financial frauds involving company employees, airline customers, suspects targeting the company with fraudulent schemes and travel agencies.   He provided support in criminal prosecutions and witness testimony in state and US Federal Courts. George has been a presenter/trainer to the FBI, DEA, International Association of Financial Crime Investigators National Conference, National Cyber Forensics & Training Alliance and the Airline Reporting Corporation Annual Global Fraud Prevention Forums.  Recognition for his service to law enforcement was received from FBI Director Louis J. Freeh (1998) for outstanding assistance to the FBI in its investigation efforts involving multiple airline fraud victims, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III (2002) for exceptional service in the public interest related to the September 11, 2001 terrorist incident and by US Secret Service (2019) for outstanding assistance and support of the investigative responsibilities of the US Secret Service.


Terry Kennemer



Terry Kennemer and wife Martha moved from Houston to Sun City in 2017 after Terry retired.  Terry grew up in Alabama and obtained a BA in Spanish and Business from Samford University in Birmingham.  He worked for the Internal Revenue Service in the Houston Field Office for 38 years as a revenue officer, where he served as a Fraud Technical Advisor.  Terry and Martha are enjoying life in Sun City.  They are active in the Tennis, Nature and Horticulture clubs.  Terry is focused on helping Sun City residents avoid fraud and scams.

Arne Schoneberger


Arne Schonberger, Chair of the NRO Anti-Fraud Group:

Arne received his BBA from The University of Texas at El Paso and his Juris Doctor from Texas Tech. After working for the Welfare Department collecting child support for welfare recipients, he managed his law firm where, in addition to Family Law, he volunteered substantial time to advocate for the rights of People with Disabilities. He retired from private practice and served in the County Attorney’s office prosecuting contractors who prayed on elder homeowners. He moved to Sun City in 2012, where he helped with the N2N and the SOSR, then leading the NRO Anti-Fraud Group.