St. Lucie County Hundred Club Honors top officers


On June 17, the St. Lucie County Hundred Club honored its officers of the year, nominated by emergency services agencies in the county. Ninety-seven people attended the awards banquet at Gator Trace Country Club, Fort Pierce, the largest such gathering in the history of the club. The purpose of the St. Lucie County Hundred Club is to provide financial and moral support to the families of emergency services officers seriously injured or killed in the line of duty. The banquet is the principal fund-raiser of the organization. Information including how to join is available at the website or by calling 772-462-3205. Donations are tax deductible pursuant to subsection 501(c)(3) of the U.S. tax code. The club was founded here in 1987. Pictured (front row, left to right): Port St. Lucie Police Detective Christopher D’Angelo; Fort Pierce Police Officer Jeffrey Wachendorfer; St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Detective Paul Taylor; and St. Lucie County Firefighter Joseph Payne; (back row, left to right): Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Alvaro Feola; Port St. Lucie Police Chief John A. Bolduc; Retired Fort Pierce Police Chief R. Sean Baldwin, a member of the Hundred Club Board of Directors; President of the Hundred Club Jane Rowley; St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara; St. Lucie County Deputy Fire Chief Brian Blizzard; and Florida Department of Law Enforcement Resident Agent in Charge Mike Bartus. Not pictured: Florida Department of Law Enforcement Special Agent Kevin Kulp  and Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Ronald Weber.

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