Honoring Arizona's Fallen First Responders
The 100 Club of Arizona is a 501c3 non-profit who serves sworn and certified Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters dispatched through the 911 system in Arizona. Since 1968 we have been standing behind the men and women who stand behind the badge and the families whose loved ones have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Officer Ginarro New
Phoenix Police Department
End of Watch 5.31.2021
On May 31, 2021 Phoenix Police Officer Ginarro New's patrol vehicle was struck by a vehicle while on duty in the Black Mountain Precinct of Phoenix. Officer New was transported to a local hospital where he succemed to injuries sustained in the vehicular accident. Officer New had served with the United States Marine Corps prior to becoming a Phoenix Police Officer in 2019.
"Ginarro proved that he had a servant's heart, we are blessed as an agency that he chose us to wear the Phoenix Police Department Uniform."
Jeri Williams, Phoenix Police Chief
On May 20, 2021 Nogales Police Officer Jeremy Brinton was struck by a vehicle while working an off-duty assignment on Interstate 19. Officer Brinton had served 18 years with the Nogales Police Department and his survived by his wife and four children.
"Jeremy was like a big bear, when you saw him, he was intimidating looking. But once you got to talking to him, you found he had a heart of gold."
Victor Heatherington, Nogales Police Officer
Officer Jeremy Brinton
Nogales Police Department
End of Watch 5.20.2021
Officer Christopher Farrar
Chandler Police Department
End of Watch 4.29.2021
On April 29, 2021 Chandler Police Officer Christopher Farrar was struck by a suspect driving a stolen vehicle. Unfortunately Officer Farrar lost his life in the line of duty during the critical incident which involved multiple agencies. Officer Farrar had served 18 years with the Chandler Police Department and his survived by his parents and children.
"Chris was definitely a wonderful person, law enforcement officer and community leader,"
Earlonzo Hogue, retired Chandler Police officer
“Every day he came to work he made a difference, Throughout the course of his 18 years, he touched many lives."
Chandler Police Chief Sean Duggan