BBO Platinum sponsor and 9/11 attorney, Michael Barasch of the Barasch and McGarry law firm, addressed the 1000+ participants of the 2018 ‘Walk to Remember’ on 4/28/18. Michael spoke on not only the importance of remembering the hundreds of deaths that have occurred from illnesses stemming from the recovery work after the 9/11 attacks, but he also stressed the importance of those having ties to that day and the months that followed getting medically screened. […]Continue reading
Walk pays tribute to officers who died in the line of duty http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2018/04/walk_pays_tribute_to_police_officer_who_died_in_th.html This weekend’s Walk to Remember was featured on NJ.com. The Walk pays tribute to police officers who died in the line of duty.Continue reading
Hundreds of people from all over the country gathered in Jersey City, NJ on Saturday to honor loved ones and family members who had been lost in the line of duty, through the Walk To Remember. The assembled crowd was addressed by numerous honored guests including family members of Jersey City PD Lt Christopher Robateau, Jersey City PD Detective Melvin Santiago, Jersey City PD Detective Marc DiNardo, Detroit PD Police Officer Darren Weathers. With […]Continue reading
BBO Trustee Rob O’Donnell talks about this weekend’s Walk to Remember in Jersey City, New Jersey, commemorating the officers who fell in the line of duty in 2017.Continue reading
Many people may not realize that 140 police officers were killed in the line of duty nationwide in 2016. But for Police Detective Ed Dolan, that’s a statistic he can’t forget.
So in order to pay tribute to those officers, and to raise public awareness about the risk cops face every day when performing their duties, Dolan organized a walk to raise money for the Fallen Officers Fund of the Jersey City Police Detective’s Benevolent Association (DBA) and the Brothers Before Others Fallen Officers Flower Fund.Continue reading