The 2nd Annual

Brad Fox Memorial Game

Saturday, October 19

The Game

Blueliners Blue vs Blueliners White

We’d like to thank the Geverd family, owner of Oaks Center Ice, for allowing us the opportunity to put together the 2nd Annual Brad Fox Memorial Game. John Gerverd and his family have generously donated the ice time for the game and public skate, and offered free skate rentals – thank you!

In the past year, inspired by Brad, a number of local police officers to include Plymouth township, have begun playing ice hockey. The response was so impressive that a second blueliners team was formed and currently plays in the C3 league at Oaks.

What better way to celebrate the memory of our fallen brother then to divide the C1 blueliners and C3 Blueliners roster and battle it out on the ice.

An Friends & Family skate will take place between 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm, followed by the game at 7:15 pm. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5, which includes a free skate rental for the Friends & Family skate.

Please come and join us and help celebrate Brad Fox.

Saturday, Oct 19

The puck drops at 7:15 pm.

Oaks Center Ice

100 Pennco Road Oaks, PA 19456

Friends & Family Skate

Join us for a friends and family skate before the game from 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm.

Tickets – $5

Tickets will only be sold at the door.


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The Teams

Rosters for the 2nd Annual Brad Fox Memorial Game

 

Blueliners Blue

  • Eric Ponzek (#15)
  • John Jackson (#12)
  • Nick Bartle (#7)
  • Mike Hamilton (#25)
  • Joe DiMezza (#13)
  • Steve Nickel (#44))
  • Sam Ditzler (#3)
  • Robert Evans (#23)
  • Brian Mack (#47)
  • Gerry Desantis (#4)
  • Jimmy Fox (#5)
  • Seth Homan
  • Chris McGuire
  • Jon Davidson
  • Tim Mabey
  • Anthony Costello

Blueliners White

  • Will Becker (#39)
  • Matt Jackson (#34)
  • Mike McGuire (#88)
  • Jerry Prospero (#1)
  • Mark Depaul (#11)
  • Michael Sobeck (#21)
  • Orlando Rota (#8)
  • Mike Connor
  • Kyle Wilheim
  • Mike Cassidy
  • Mike Hendricks
  • Eric Hall
  • Sean Quinn
  • Steve Mourosky
  • Matt Balke
  • Tom D’Aurizio

 

About Brad

An American hero and loving father and husband

Badge #178

Officer Fox and K-9 Officer Nick by their car

A Proud Soldier

Brad Fox, still smiling, while on tour

A Loving Father

Officer Fox with his first born child

His Loyal Partner

K-9 Officer Nick, now retired, served loyally to Officer Fox

E.O.W. 09-13-2012

While responding to a call on the evening of Thursday, September 13, 2012, Officer Fox was tragically killed in the line of duty. It was the eve of his 35th birthday. The five year veteran Plymouth Township Police Officer had only recently graduated from the Philadelphia Police Canine Academy with his partner, Nick, a Belgian Malinois. K-9 Officer Nick was also injured in the incident but managed to survive; he was awarded several citations for Service, Bravery and Valor.

Officer Brad Fox and K9 Officer NickBrad Fox was the beloved husband of Lynsay, the loving father of Kadence, as well as a child born in March 2013 who he never had the chance to meet. A gifted hockey player, Brad played for The Glaciers, Junior Flyers and William Tennent High School while growing up. When not serving and protecting his community, Brad still managed to find time on the ice playing for the SLUGS and, most recently, The Blueliners.

Brad was a decorated staff sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps for 10 years, completing two tours, 2003 in Iraq and 2005 to 2006 in Fallujah. He was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Presidential Unit Citation, Selected Marine Corp Reserve (X3) Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon and The Armed Forces Reserve Medal.

Brad was a five-year veteran of the Plymouth Township Police Department and recently graduated from the Philadelphia Police Canine Academy with his partner, Nick, a Belgian Malinois. He was awarded several citations for Service, Bravery and Valor.

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