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Ride To Surprise

2022 Remember The Fallen Benefit Ride

Be a part of our outreach and engagement program that supports families of those who’ve fallen. We need people like you to make a difference.

Surprise Families

Every year we have a set amount of money we try to raise for our military and first responder family. When we reach that amount we find other families to spread the remaining donations out to. To date we have surprised 6 families for a total of $120,000.


Zarkeshan Family

Aurash was the partner of Craig Johnson, who was killed in the line of duty. Kristi Johnson was our primary beneficiary for this year and having Aurash there to support her made the surprise for him that much more meaningful. We surprised him with a check to help on his recovery as he has yet to return to work.


Watson Family

Tom was one of the officers escorting the Fallen Tulsa officers when he and two other officers were involved in a wreck during the escort. Ron sustained a number of injuries that will take a time to right. It was our honor to surprise him and his wife with a check to help with the day to day struggles they continue to face.


Sartor Family

Ryan Sartor was KIA in Afghanistan in 2019 and is survived by his wife and three children. We were fortunate enough to have them present at our annual event that year and present them with a check.


Pushkin Family

Igor is a member of the 10th SF and his wife was an interpreter trainer prior to a life changing illness. We were able to surprise them in Colorado Springs with a check to help with medical cost.


Juarez Family

While Bob Juarez was a fireman in Davenport he suffered a life changing incident while battling fires that left him paralyzed from the waist down. We surprised Bob and his wife, Nancy, at the fire station in Davenport.


Dill Family

Rosemarie is the mother of Marcus Muralles, who was KIA while trying to rescue the men from Operation Red Wing. Too often the mothers and fathers out there are forgotten about and surprising her at her own home with a small token from people all over the country assured her that neither her nor her son were forgotten.