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 Jason Judd
Peoria Police Department
End of Watch 7.1.20
Officer Jason Judd lost his life in an on-duty motorcycle accident on July 1, 2020. Officer Judd was a 11-year veteran of the Peoria Police Department and a 17-year veteran of the departments motorcycle unit. Officer Judd is survived by his wife and children.
Jason was one of our finest of the finest
-Peoria Police Chief Art Miller
Officer Michael Lee
Navajo Police Department
End of Watch 6.18.2020
Officer Micheal Lee lost a battle with COVID-19 on March 5, 2020. Lee joined the police department in October 1990, his first 10 years were spent in Window Rock while the remainder was in Chinle. Lee was a patrol and Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act officer, and a a certified scuba diver who worked with the rescue team and often provided tech support.
He was a warrior ... he put himself at risk rather than putting you at risk and that's very commendable
-Navajo Police Chief Phillip Fransisco
Commander Greg Carnicle
Phoenix Police Department
End of Watch 3.29.20
Commander Greg Carnicle was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call on March 29, 2020. Commander Carnicle was a 31-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department where he held may positions throughout his career, including special assignments unit, K9 and most recently oversaw all evening and weekend patrol operations. Commander Carnicle is survived by his wife and four children.
Phoenix lost a true hero -- and that person is Greg Carnicle
-Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams
Firefighter Tommy Arriaga
Tempe Fire & Medical Department
Last Alarm 3.5.2020
Firefighter Tommy Arriaga lost a battle with occupational occupied cancer on March 5, 2020. Arriaga began his career with the Tempe Fire & Medical Department in 2014 and quickly demonstrated his commitment to providing the highest level of service. Arriaga became of member of the Hazardous Materials Response Team in 2016 and served there until his colorectal cancer diagnosis in early 2019.
He's just a hero to us all
-Deputy Chief Kyle Carman
Officer David Kellywood
White Mountain Apache Police Department
End of Watch 2.17.20
Officer David Kellywood was shot while responding to a report of gunfire on February 17, 2020. Officer Kelleywood started with the White Mountain Apache Police Department in May 2019, previously serving with the Arizona Department of Corrections and Navajo County Sheriff's Office. He was known as a dedicated officer and family man, always wanting to give back to the White Mountain Apache community and help his people. Officer Kelleywood is survived by his wife and two sons.
He just had this gigantic heart and he was just always willing to help.
-White Mountain Apache Police Officer Antonia Cantu