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Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Paterson PBA, Hockey Club Holding Fundraiser for Stricken Officer



Paterson PBA, hockey club holding fundraiser for stricken officer

Press Release Issued by PBA Local #1, Paterson Police

Police and Law Enforcement News
Friday, January 27 12:05 p.m.

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce Officer Raymond S Cusack, a 5-year veteran of the Paterson Police Department and member of the Bergen Bullets Police Hockey Club.

In November 2005, just prior to Thanksgiving, Ray was hospitalized for a sudden unexpected stroke. Doctors on staff at the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood explained they were amazed that the 34 year old did not suffer any deficits as a result of the stroke, but will have to undergo extensive testing to determine the cause.

In December 2005, after visiting with several doctors, it was discovered that the cause of the stroke was the result of kidney failure. This month, Ray will undergo a catheterization procedure in attempt to drain fluid that built up in and around his kidney. The purpose of this procedure is to “jump start” the kidney into working order. If unsuccessful, Ray will have to have his kidney removed, putting his law enforcement career in jeopardy. Currently, Ray is projected to be out of work for the foreseeable future. As a result, Ray and his family have incurred an overwhelming amount of medical bills, which has created a great financial hardship on his family.

As a result, members of both the Paterson Police PBA Local #1 and the Bergen Bullets Police Hockey Club have joined forces to host the Raymond S Cusack Hockey Challenge. The purpose of the event is to raise money for a hardship fund that has been established in his name to assist with the various medical bills. The game will be a split squad contest between players from the Bergen Bullets Police Hockey Club. All players are police officers from various agencies throughout northern New Jersey.

At this time, we ask for your assistance in supporting our event and helping our brother officer in his time of need. Proceeds will be raised through ticket sales, T-shirt and puck sales as well as merchandise raffles from various event sponsors.

Date:        Sunday, March 12, 2006
Time:        2:15 p.m.
Location:  Ice Vault Arena, Wayne, New Jersey
Prices:      Adults-$10. / Children 12 and under-Free

Free raffle entry with all tickets purchased. Also, an interactive "Chuck a Duck" 50/50

Ptl. Jeff Fortemps
Saddle River Police Dept.
Bergen Bullets Police Hockey Club

Police and Law Enforcement News
Friday, January 27 12:05 p.m.



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