Wall of Heroes

Our Wall of Heroes is in honor of the fallen First Responders FRBA has been able to directly serve, through your generosity.

100% of your donations have gone directly to the families of the fallen. Because of YOU, all of this is made possible.

Deputy Sheriff

Joshua Moyers

Nassau County, FL

EOW: September 26, 2021

Cause: Gunfire

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Corporal

Gregory Campbell

Augusta, GA

EOW: September 18, 2021

Cause: COVID-19

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Officer

Blaize Madrid-Evans

Independence, MO

EOW: September 15, 2021

Cause: Gunfire

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Engineer

David Leos

Dallas, TX

EOW: September 02, 2021

Cause: COVID-19

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Paramedic

Kyle Martincic

Johnson, IN

EOW: August 23, 2021

Cause: Overexertion

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Deputy Sheriff

Brandon Shirley

Jefferson County, KY

EOW: August 05, 2021

Cause: Gunfire

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Sergeant

Joshua Bartlett

Lubbock, TX

EOW: July 15, 2021

Cause: Gunfire

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Deputy Sheriff

William Smith

Baldwin County, AL

EOW: June 06, 2021

Cause: Drowned

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Firefighter

Ricardo Torres

New Haven, CT

EOW: May 12, 2021

Cause: Residential Fire

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Deputy Sheriff

Logan Fox

Watauga County, NC

EOW: April 28, 2021

Cause: Gunfire

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Sergeant

Chris Ward

Watauga County, NC

EOW: April 28, 2021

Cause: Gunfire

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Sergeant

James Smith

Grundy Center, IA

EOW: April 09, 2021

Cause: Gunfire

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Police Officer

Tyler Herndon

Mount Holly, NC

EOW: December 11, 2020

Cause: Gunfire

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Patrolman

Cassie Johnson

Charleston, WV

EOW: December 01, 2020

Cause: Gunfire

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Sergeant

Conley Jumper

Greenville, SC

EOW: October 20, 2020

Cause: Vehicular Assault

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Firefighter-Paramedic

Jerry Pacheco

Houston Fire Department, TX

EOW: August 03, 2020

Cause: Exposure

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Captain

Leroy Lucio

Houston Fire Department, TX

EOW: July 20, 2020

Cause: Exposure

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Investigator

Dornell Cousette

Tuscaloosa Police Department, AL

EOW: September 16, 2019

Cause: Gunfire

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Assistant Chief

Walter Wagaman

Buchanan Valley VFD, PA

EOW: August 14, 2019

Cause: Vehicle Collision

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