Here’s a fine proposal from the Grubby Glove blog to help a San Francisco Giants fan was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium last year.
A Heartbreaking Anniversary Is Approaching. On Thursday, March 31, 2011, after the season-opening game in which the Dodgers defeated the San Francisco Giants 2 to 1 in Los Angeles, Bryan Stow, a father, husband, paramedic and Giants fan wearing his orange and black colors, was viciously beaten by two men in a parking lot outside Dodger stadium. A reaction of universal condemnation was immediate. People everywhere showed their support. Many fans attending the next game at Dodger Stadium wore the colors of both teams.
Tragic Consequences. The fact that this occurred to Bryan Stow is a tragedy, but it didn’t happen to just him. It happened to his wife, children, mother, and friends, young EMT’s he would have mentored, his ambulance partner, the patients who would have benefitted from his skill and countless others. A man who had dedicated himself to responding to and assisting others in moments…
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I am honored and humbled to see that you have reblogged this post. I feel very strongly that together we can make a vast difference. I sincerely appreciate your assistance in spreading this message.
With Kindest Regards,
AKA: Grubby Glove
You’re welcome, Michael. Good cause, good idea.