Donations In Memory Of Someone
Stephanie Bennett - Devils SuperRink Goalie
Donations to DTBL have been made in memory of Stephanie Bennett from:
Thank you for keeping the puck out the net for all for all of these years. Rest in peace. - Chris Hanson
In memory of Stephanie Bennett. - Martha Cianchette
Stephanie was a good goalie, player and person, and will be missed. - Peter Benson
Donations to DTBL in memory of Conrad Petzel have come in from:
Adam Carter - In memory of Conrad Petzel, an overall great guy and fan of hockey
Erik Petzel - In memory of Conrad Petzel, my uncle, a husband, a father, a grandfather, a hockey fan and supporter of youth hockey. You'll always be remembered.
Chris and Amy Nylander
Christine Donnelly - In Honor of our dear friend Conrad Petzel. We will miss you dearly buddy! ~ Your Friends at Tradition Wealth Management
Cal Anderson - In honor of Conrad A Petzel From JJ Taylor of Minnesota
E. Michelle Drake
Russel and Geraldine Geerdes
Dentistry for Children & Adolescents
Laura Ramme Giertsen
In memory of Conrad Petzel. You will be missed. With love, your Target Friends: Mark S., Brandon B., Ray B., Sandy E., Lara & Kurt K., and Rick & Holly S.
From the Gladys Skoe Barron family in memory of her nephew, Conrad Petzel. He is in God's loving hand's and with Bena and Stan. God's Blessing to his family from Aunt Gladys, cousins Cathy (Barron) Hagen, Lee Barron, and Darby Barron.
Anthony Westendorp - JP (Hornet), what a great photo of you and your Dad...I will always remember how proud he was of you and how much love, laughter and happiness he brought to so many of us that were blessed to know him. Our love and prayers go out to you and family on this day. God Bless!
Jenny, you and your family are in our prayers. Jim, Sarah, Christopher, Stephen and Ivy Jacobs
Linda and Greg Olson
Jim, Deb, Sam and CC
Brenda Seidl - Our deepest sympathies. Rest in peace Conrad.
Debb and Doug Storsved
Janet Sanderson - Our love to all the Petzels. We have fond memories of hours spent watching our boys play the sport they still love!
Kim Pham, John Lamberta and Colleen Turbak
Gregory Canfield - Thanks for the ride Love you Rads!
Ted and Sara Sampsell-Jones
Dale, Carole, Todd, Willie, and Tommy
Donation made in honor of Derek Boogaard & all of the others who succumb to depression and over medication. He was a joy to watch on the ice. Love the enforcers. - Craig Worrell
I am sending a monetary donation collected during an equipment drive for DTBL at Wesco Sports, Brookfield, CT. I would like these donations to be made in honor and memory of WWII Vet Edward Mathews, former owner of Wesco Sports, whose son, Doug Mathews now owns. - Kris Klemm (Kris Klemm has been doing an awesome job of collecting donations and equipment for DTBL for over a year now. DTBL would like to thank this young man for his dedication to helping military children play hockey).
A donation was made to DTBL in appreciation of Derek Boogaard's commitment to Defending the Blue Line and for his Parents support of me wearing number 24 for the Minnesota Wild. - Matt Cooke
A donation has been made to DTBL in memory of Ed Mathews - Wesco Sports 270 Federal Rd, Brookfield CT
A donation has been made to DTBL in memory of Susan Huckle by Robert Huckle.
In memory of Gumper - Keri Cotton
Captain Dario Lorenzetti
In memory of Captain Dario Lorenzetti (75th Ranger Regiment), who died in service to our country on October 13, 2013 in Qandahar Province, Afghanistan. May he rest in peace, and may we never forget his example of bravery, commitment to doing good and the fundamental American values he died defending. - Pamela Sloan
Lucas John Volker
In memory of our son, Lucas John Volker. He was 36 years old and in the Army from May 1997 to May 2000. He was killed in a work related pipline accident Sept 9, 2012, in North Dakota. He was very proud of his Service in the Army - JoAnn Volker
Donation to DTBL in memory of my uncle, Jack Etzel -Darcie Miller
Wendell Paul Quinn
We have asked that memorial donations for Wendell Paul Quinn be directed to Defending the Blue Line. Wendell was an avid hockey fan and had great respect for those that served in the military. He passed away unexpectedly last month - Jacki Englehardt and the Quinn Family
Donation made to DTBL from Carol Truhon
Jeremiah 29:11 “Cancer Sucks…Hope Does Win!”
Donation to Defending The Blue Line in honor of my wife, Kym, who passed away in April of Cancer at the age of 45 - Chris Andrews
I wanted to make a donation for Father's Day in honor of my amazing Dad, Jim Wass. Jim was a Vietnam Veteran who proudly volunteered for the VFW and Wounded Warriors Foundation. My Dad gave me the love of sports from an early age and I recently started playing hockey. I thank him for providing me the passion and courage to start a new sport and enjoy the game. Thank you to Defending the Blue Line for providing children with the same opportunities that my Dad provided me - Shannon Wass
Melvin F. Rabine 1919 - 2011 WWII 1943 -1946
Donation to Defending The Blue Line from the memorials received by the Melvin Rabine family: "In memory of our husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and great-great grandfather". We love you and we are going to miss you!
Donation to Defending The Blue Line from Elroy Utpadel and Family: "In honor of Melvin Rabine".
Donation to Defending The Blue Line from Bill and Joyce Kalkman: "In memory of Melvin Rabine".
Donation to Defending The Blue Line from Tim and Sherry Kiefer: "In memory of Melvin Rabine".
Donation to Defending The Blue Line from Courtney Kabealo: "In memory of my father, Mike Kabealo".
My donation is in memory of my first student pilot...John Shear. John graduated pilot trainng with honors and was selected to fly the A-10. John served with distinction and bravery. He died while flying the A-10 for the United States of America - Ray C. Schulte, Jr. Major USAF (retired)
Donation made as an honorarium in memory of Ben Otradovec from Bob Clark.
William J. Letourneau
Donation to Defending The Blue Line from Mary Letourneau
in memory of William J. Letourneau:
"Veteran's Day donation".
Johnny F. Ridings
Donation to Defending The Blue Line from Janet Ridings
in memory of Johnny F. Ridings:
"Loved the game of hockey, was a veteran of the Vietnam error, passed away 9/28/76, loving husband and father."