THORNTON, Colo. – The group continues to honor first responders in our space after three totally different sheriff’s deputies have been killed within the strains of obligation over a span of three months.
On Saturday, the Mile High Blaze, a Colorado Women’s football team honored Deputy Heath Gumm and his household. Deputy Gumm was shot and killed within the line of obligation.
Tonight, was the house opener for the Mile High Blaze, however the highlight was all on regulation enforcement. All first responders in attendance might watch the sport at no cost they usually have been acknowledged at halftime.
Deputy Gumm’s household was given a particular football together with his identify and badge on it.
“They deserve it, they are out here protecting us, they’re out here serving us everyday, why not, why not, it’s the perfect opportunity for us to give back to them and say thank you for everything that they do for us,” Mile High Blaze proprietor, Wyn Dominy stated.
There have been additionally donation buckets going across the stands to gather cash in addition to a silent public sale. Deputy Gumm’s household says it appreciates all of the help from the group.