HAPCOA ATTENDS 100 CLUB OF SAN ANTONIO LUNCHEON
The 100 Club of San Antonio, a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of families of Law Enforcement and Firefighters in Bexar County who have fallen in the line of duty, held its annual fund raising luncheon, May 27, 2014.
This years 100 Club keynote speaker was US Marshal Robert Almonte, an active HAPCOA member. Also speaking, and thanking the 100 Club for its support on behalf of the Kelly family (a fallen officer from his department) was Police Chief Paul Chapa, Trinity University and HAPCOA’s Immediate Past President.
Members of HAPCOA’s San Antonio Chapter, lead by Captain Don Tijerina, Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, supported this year’s event with the purchase of a table and invited local HAPCOA supporters to attend the event. Seated at the HAPCOA table was Texas State Senator Leticia San Miguel Van De Putte whose father, Daniel San Miguel was a fallen San Antonio Police Officer, and Tony Davila, President of Davila Construction.
The 100 Club of San Antonio immediately delivers a check to the family of a fallen officer to help meet the immediate financial needs including funeral expenses. The 100 Club also supports each dependent child with an account that is present to them when they reach 18 years of age and made available over a five-year period (the course of a college education).
Captain Don Tijerina, Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, TX State Senator Leticia Van De Putte and Chief Paul Chapa, Trinity University.
HAPCOA table: Captain Don Tijerina (HAPCOA 1st VP and President of the San Antonio Chapter), Tony Davila, President of Davila Construction, TX State Senator Leticia Van De Putte, Sgt Yvonne Vann (HAPCOA Board Member), and Chief Paul Chapa, Trinity University (HAPCOA Immediate Past President).
Texas State Senator Leticia Van De Putte and Sgt Yvonne Vann, Bexar County Sheriff’s Department.
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