100 Club of Southeast Texas

The Orange Rotary Club is now a proud Silver level Corporate Lifetime Member. A

The 100 Club of Southeast Texas held its annual lunch meeting Thursday, Nov. 12, to close out the 2015 organizational year at the Orange Central Fire Station in Orange, where the Rotary Club of Orange, with all of its 88 members newly registered in support of The 100 Club, presented a check for $10,000, making the Rotary a Silver level Corporate Lifetime Member.

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Coastal Welding Supply honored fallen law enforcement officers Deputy Sheriff Darren H. Goforth of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office and Senior Trooper Steven Vincent of the Louisiana State Police on Wednesday, Sept. 9, by presenting a $5,000 Lifetime Membership donation to the 100 Club of Southeast Texas, a 501(c)3 charity organization that pays financial death benefits to spouses and/or surviving dependent children of fallen first responders.

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photo by Kevin King

Community Bank of Texas presented the 100 Club of Southeast Texas with its first Survivors Benefit sponsorship Tuesday, Aug. 5, at a check presentation ceremony at the Community Bank of Texas Delaware location in Beaumont.

The $50,000 contribution will fund one full life benefit to the spouse and dependent children of a law enforcement officer or firefighter killed in the line of duty, said Zack Shelton, 100 Club of Southeast Texas president.

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Jon Reaud and James Singletary

Since its inception, the 100 Club of Southeast Texas has stepped up to support the families of fallen brothers and sisters in law enforcement.

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Firefighters and families from all across the nation amassed at Reliant Stadium June 5 to pay their respects and mourn the deaths of four Houston firefighters killed in a massive motel fire. Three of the firefighters were killed when the roof at Southwest Inn on U.S. Highway 59 collapsed, and a fourth died after being rushed to the hospital.

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