Chief David Ricardi and The Southwick Police Department are very proud to contribute to the Veteran’s Memorial Foyer project. This project is aimed to recognize students that have graduated from the S.T.G.R.H. that have made the ultimate sacrifice defending our freedom as a member of the United States Armed Forces. It is very important that these individuals are NEVER forgotten!!!
Thank you to all who have served and to those who continue to serve this great Nation. Thank you and God Bless you!!!
VFW Post 872
Troy Henke is with Ryan Dietert.
January 9 at 2:25pm · West Springfield ·
Southwick Police Chief David Ricardi is pictured here with VFW Post 872 Commander Ryan Dietert and Post Member Troy Henke. Chief Ricardi made a very generous donation from the Chief’s Special Project Fund to the Veterans Memorial Foyer Project at the STGR School, and we would like to take a moment to thank Chief Ricardi for his support of this project, and for the Department’s ongoing partnership and support of our Post.
Post 872 would be remiss not to thank all of our other generous supporters and donors whose support is making the Veterans Memorial Foyer a reality:
Town of Southwick; Karl Steinhart
Selectman Joseph Deedy and the Southwick Civic Fund
Mark & Neilda Henke
David & Joanne Fuller
Episcopal Church of our Saviour; Milton, MA.
Environment First Pest Control; Brian Morrissey
The Marine Corps League of Westfield
We would also like to thank Chief Ricardi, the Town of Southwick, Selectman Deedy and all of our supporters on behalf of the Alamed, Wentworth, and Fuller Families who will each have a son memorialized in the Foyer. Thank you, sir! Thank you all!