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 May 9th, 2012  
Hundred Club of St. Lucie County honors top officers at fund-raising dinner
 
The top emergency services officers of St. Lucie County were honored Tuesday night by the Hundred Club of St. Lucie County at a fund-raising dinner at Gator Trace Golf and Country Club, Fort Pierce.

The Hundred Club provides direct financial support to families of the county's emergency services officers killed or injured in the line of duty. The annual Hundred Club banquet honors outstanding officers based in St. Lucie County.

Recipients were presented by their agency's chief executive or ranking officer. They were:

- Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Harry Coker, presented by Capt. John Cataldo.

- St. Lucie County Sherif's Detective Angela Flowers, presented by Sheriff Ken J. Mascara.

- Fort Pierce Police Officer Michael Harding, presented by Police Chief R. Sean Baldwin.

- Port St. Lucie Police Officer John Fazio, presented by Police Chief Brian E. Reuther.

- St. Lucie County Firefighter-Engineer Donald Stefani, presented by Fire Chief Ronald Parrish.

- Florida Department of Law Enforcement Special Agent Eric Jester, presented by Fort Pierce Field Office Resident Agent in Charge Richard J. Piccininni.

 Donations to the Hundred Club of St. Lucie County are charitable and tax-deductible under section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue code. One hundred percent of the money donated goes to benefit families of emergency services officers killed or injured on the job.

Information on the Hundred Club is available by calling 772-462-3205.

Caption for photo: Hundred Club of St. Lucie County honorees and emergency services executives: (front row, left to right) St. Lucie County Firefighter-Engineer Donald Stefani, Port St. Lucie Police Officer John Fazio, St. Lucie County Sherif's Detective Angela Flowers, Fort Pierce Police Officer Michael Harding, Department of Law Enforcement Special Agent Eric Jester, and Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Harry Coker; (back row, left to right) St. Lucie County Fire Chief Ronald Parrish, Port St. Lucie Police Chief Brian E. Reuther, St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara; Fort Pierce Police Chief R. Sean Baldwin; and Florida Department of Law Enforcement Fort Pierce Field Office Resident Agent in Charge Richard J. Piccininni

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