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Officers Nelson and Lewis Recovery Fund

The Catawba River Chapter of the NCPBA has started a fund with the Police Benevolent Foundation to help two Gastonia Police Officers in their recovery.

Sergeant Nelson and Officer Lewis were shot Thursday November 12.

The two officers were working off-duty at Remedies, when they attempted to de-escalate a public fight at approximately 11 pm. Both are on the road to recovery but are going to face financial hardships while out of work recovering.

 

100% of the money received by the PBF will go to assist Officers Nelson and Lewis with their expenses.

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Sergeant Rick Tullis Recovery Fund

The North Carolina Division of the Southern States PBA has started a fund to help Rick Tullis with medical expenses. Rick is a Sergeant with the Asheville Police Department and serves as the Mountain Chapter President of the NCPBA. His wife Angie is also in law enforcement and serves as a Lieutenant in CID with the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office.

On October 27 th, Rick was admitted to ICU for pneumonia. Further diagnosis found that Rick had a severe staph infection related to a heart value replacement he had a year ago. This heart value replacement stemmed from a congenital heart defect that he was born with.

Since his admission he has been placed on a ventilator and dialysis and been in the fight for his life as one doctor described. Although he is still hospitalized, he has made remarkable progress to the point that he is recovery is now being called a miracle.

His continued recovery and healing will take several months and the NCPBA and PBF wants to remove the financial worry that goes with these situations.

100% of the money received by the PBF will go to Rick Tullis for his care.

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Deputy Ryan Hendrix Recovery Fund

Katie Neel Recovery Fund

The (PBF) and North Carolina Division of the Southern States PBA have started a memorial fund to help the family of Henderson County Deputy Ryan Hendrix.

Yesterday morning Ryan responded to a call assisting a family in need. Deputy Hendrix was fired upon and fatally wounded.

In passing Ryan continues to serve others as he was also an organ donor.

Ryan’s family wants everyone to know that “Ryan was doing the job he was born to do and he died doing the job he loved”.

Ryan leaves behind his two children 9 and 6 and his fiancée.

100% of the money received by the PBF in the Deputy Ryan Hendrix memorial fund will go to the Hendrix family.

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Katie Neel Recovery Fund

Katie Neel Recovery Fund

Officer Dallas Neel and his family can use our support and prayers. His 16-year-old daughter Katie was diagnosed last year with a rare autoimmune disease. Katie has now developed Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Katie is being treated at Duke University. She has just begun a new stronger round of chemotherapy that will last for the next six months.

Because of Covid-19, only one parent has been able to be with Katie at Duke. If the emotional and physical toll was not tremendous enough, the financial burden can be overwhelming.

There have been numerous trips to Duke over the last year with many more to come. With those trips come more expenses; overnight stays, meals and lost time from work. As many of you know, doctor and hospital bills are astronomical. Please remember Katie, Dallas, his wife Jennifer and their other children Wyatt and Emily in your prayers.

The PBF and Virginia Natural Resources Police Chapter have started a recovery fund to help the Neel family with the ever-growing medical expenses that are accumulating.

100% of the money received by the PBF will go towards the Katie Neel Recovery Fund.

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Trooper Adolfo “Arturo” Lopez-Alcedo
Recovery Fund

The (PBF) and North Carolina Division of the Southern States PBA are rallying behind N.C. State Highway Patrol Trooper Adolfo “Arturo” Lopez-Alcedo and his family.

Trooper Lopez-Alcedo was seriously injured on July 4 while helping investigators reconstruct a crash from the day before that killed five people.

Lopez-Alcedo exited his patrol car at mile marker 21 on I-485 in Mecklenburg and was hit by a driver who failed to abide by the state’s tough “Move Over” law, investigators allege.

Trooper Lopez-Alcedo and his family are beginning their road to recovery that could span from months to years. The North Carolina PBA and the PBF would like to join with the community to help Lopez-Alcedo’s family as he starts this recovery.

100% of the money received by the PBF will go towards the Adolfo Lopez-Alcedo Recovery Fund.

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Race for the Fallen

The Police Benevolent Foundation’s Race for the Fallen (R4TF) GLOW RUN honors fallen officers and their families. It is a night time family-fun race for participants of all ages & speeds!

Register for the 5K, 1 Mile or as a Phantom Runner. Join us at our next race!




Location Date Type
Mobile, AL February 20th, 2021 5K and 1 Mile
Murfreesboro, TN May 15th, 2021 5K and 1 Mile
Lynchburg, VA August — 2021 5K and 1 Mile

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We have started working on the 2020 PTSD Schedule.
Click the more info link to look for a seminar near you.

Want to help host a PTSD Seminar in your area?

Please Contact:
Justin Blackburn : jblackburn@sspba.org
Communications & Foundation Manager

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