Fraternal Order of Police expresses gratitude

May 14, 2019

The membership of Fraternal Order of Police, Sussex County Lodge 2, would like to express its sincere appreciation to Stephen (Steve) Becker, senior loan officer with Access National Mortgage, for his generosity and charitable support to our Second Annual Charity Golf Tournament. This event will be held Friday, June 14, at  Mulligan’s Pointe Golf Course.
This event will fund our health and welfare program and Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) that advocates for families who have lost loved ones in the line of duty.

Steve resides in Rehoboth Beach, and is part of a compassionate and community-focused team dedicated to the National Heroes Come First program that rewards first responders with discounts when they buy, sell, or refinance their homes. Steve reached out to our lodge when he received our flyer announcing our golf tournament and presented a check in the amount of $500 to strengthen our fundraising initiative.

Lodge 2 owes you, Steve, and your organization a debt of gratitude for extending the hand of friendship to those in need in our community service area. Lodge 2 sponsored a hospice family in 2018 with a Thanksgiving dinner made possible through the Country Kitchen Restaurant in Millsboro, and coordinated with Delaware Hospice.

We also adopted a needy family with our Share Your Christmas program. Charitable donations like yours, Steve, enable our lodge to continue community outreach activities, and we are proud to co-partner with you and Access National Mortgage to bring happiness into the lives of the disadvantaged.

From our hearts to yours, Steve, thank you for your friendship, professionalism, and community spirit extended to our membership.

Thanks to you in part our goals for 2019 are now in reach!

Robert J. Schappert III
president, Fraternal Order of Police Sussex County Lodge 2



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