February Newsletter

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February News & Updates

Thank you for your continuing support of the Hundred Club! With your support and membership we are able to care for the families of those who care for us.

2022 B-Fit Event

Annual B-Fit Event : Feb 6 2022

The 6th Annual BFit Challenge was a fun event with police officers and firefighters from across the Commonwealth. The final amount raised has not yet been released. Fundraising events like BFit are critical to supporting the Club’s mission.

Take a look at some photos from the event.

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Somerville Fire Department
Stow Fire Department
Cambridge Police Department
Lexington Fire Department

Membership Renewal & Donations

Renew or Join Today

Renewal and New Memberships for 2022 Memberships are open now. Please renew or join today and help the families of our fallen heroes. Spread the word! Renew Today

Beginning in December 2021, the Hundred Club extends a reduced membership fee for active-duty police officers or firefighters. We are so thankful to our first responders for their protection and support. More Information

Please consider a donation to the Hundred Club. Your support is critical to fund our operations. Donate Now

February Remembrances

The Hundred Club honors, respects, and remembers our fallen heroes.

February 1, 1994
Chief of Police Robert J. Mortell of the Paxton Police Department was murdered.
February 2, 1970
Patrolman James Buckley of the Chelsea Police Department was struck and killed by a vehicle.
February 2, 1973
Boston Firefighter Arthur L. Ceurvels was killed when a ladder jack-knifed during a snow storm.
February 3, 1946
Boston Firefighter Captain Stephen F. Gunn and Hoseman Edward J. Barrett.
February 5, 1994
Boston Police Officer Berisford Anderson was shot and killed while off-duty. Leaving behind a wife and 5 children.
February 6, 1938
Boston Police Patrolman Manning succumbed to injuries sustained during an arrest.
February 10, 1980
Brockton Police Officer John Savalis was killed in an automobile accident while on duty.
February 10, 1988
Boston Police Detective Thomas Gill was struck by an Amtrak train while searching for several firearms that had been stolen in a burglary at a nearby home.
February 11, 2010
Holyoke Police Officer David T. Zolendziewski, a twenty-four year Police Officer died of complications from injuries sustained during a car accident.
February 16, 1969
Saugus Police Officer Augustine J. Belmonte was killed during a gun battle with 3 armed suspects over an armed robbery.
February 18, 1988
Boston Police Detective Sherman Griffiths was shot and killed while serving a narcotics warrant at an apartment. After his death 5 of his brothers joined Boston Police. He leaves behind a wife and 2 daughters.
February 19, 1993
Boston Police Officer Thomas Rose was shot and killed. He leaves behind a wife, 3 children, and one granddaughter.
February 22, 1995
Massachusetts State Police Sergeant James Mattaliano was killed in a helicopter crash along with Sgt. Paul Perry and 2 civilians.
February 26, 1983
Massachusetts State Trooper George L. Hanna was shot and killed during a traffic stop. He leaves behind his wife and 3 children.
The George Hanna Award was named in honor of Trooper Hanna and is the highest medal a Massachusetts law enforcement officer can receive.

New Memberships & 

  • Renew or join today and receive your newly branded membership card and bumper sticker.
  • Your renewal and support is essential to continue our mission of caring for the families of fallen police officers and firefighters.
  • If you are unable to renew, please consider a donation.
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