8th Annual Mayfair Fallen Heroes Run Honoring Firefighter Lt. Robert Neary

5K

Event Date

Sat, May 21, 2016

Address

Philadelphia, PA

Pricing

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Running-5K - Individual Age group/open

$20 $20 Closed

Running-5K - Individual Age group/open

$20 $20 Closed

About This Activity

5 K Run and Walk, honoring Firefighter Lt. Robert Neary, around Pennypack Park, Lincoln High School and up Frankford Ave in association with the Mayfair May FAIR. Saturday May 21st, 2016 7:30 AM registration 8:30 AM Start time. Honoring Our Fallen Heroes in Police and Fire.
Fees
$20 preregistration; $25 after March 31st and $30 on Race Day.

On April 9, 2012 Lieutenant Robert P. Neary of Philadelphia Fire Department, passed away tragically serving the citizens of Philadelphia.

Bob Neary was a member of the Father Judge High School Class of 1970.  While attending Father Judge he was a member of the Student Council, National Honor Society and the varsity basketball team.  Throughout Bob's life he displayed his values that were taught to him at Father Judge namely honor, integrity, service and commitment. Over the course of his 40 years after graduation from Father Judge, Bob served in the US Army Reserves as a Sergeant 1st Class, he was Philadelphia Police Officer from 1971 to 1974 then transferred into the Philadelphia Fire Department  as a firefighter and later achieved the rank of lieutenant. Bob was awarded numerous commendations while serving the citizens of Philadelphia, he served his countrymen and fellow citizens well by sharing his knowledge and experience with all his coworkers along the way.  Bob was well liked and respected by all who were fortunate enough to have know him.

Bob was married to his wife Diane for over 35 years and was the proud father of two sons Robert and Christopher and a daughter Dianne.

This race has has raised over $50k for charity in recent years including $30k to the Hero Thrill Show, $5k to the FOP Lodge 5 Survivors Fund, $5K to the Sgt Pat McDonald Scholarship fund, $2K to install a plaque for Firefighter Joseph Konrad and several thousand to rebuild the Mayfair Memorial Playground where we installed a Hero Plaque with the names of each year's Honoree. Proceeds from this year go to the Firefighters Widow's Fund with residual to the Mayfair Memorial Playground.

 

Event details and schedule

5 K Run and Walk, honoring Firefighter Lt. Robert Neary, around Pennypack Park, Lincoln High School and up Frankford Ave in association with the Mayfair May FAIR. Saturday May 21st, 2016 7:30 AM registration 8:30 AM Start time. Honoring Our Fallen Heroes in Police and Fire.
Fees
$20 preregistration; $25 after March 31, 2016 and $30 on Race Day.

On April 9, 2012 Lieutenant Robert P. Neary of Philadelphia Fire Department, passed away tragically serving the citizens of Philadelphia.

 

Bob Neary was a member of the Father Judge High School Class of 1970.  While attending Father Judge he was a member of the Student Council, National Honor Society and the varsity basketball team.  Throughout Bob's life he displayed his values that were taught to him at Father Judge namely honor, integrity, service and commitment. Over the course of his 40 years after graduation from Father Judge, Bob served in the US Army Reserves as a Sergeant 1st Class, he was Philadelphia Police Officer from 1971 to 1974 then transferred into the Philadelphia Fire Department  as a firefighter and later achieved the rank of lieutenant. Bob was awarded numerous commendations while serving the citizens of Philadelphia, he served his countrymen and fellow citizens well by sharing his knowledge and experience with all his coworkers along the way.  Bob was well liked and respected by all who were fortunate enough to have know him.

Bob was married to his wife Diane for over 35 years and was the proud father of two sons Robert and Christopher and a daughter Dianne.

This race has has raised over $50k for charity in recent years including $30k to the Hero Thrill Show, $5k to the FOP Lodge 5 Survivors Fund, $5K to the Sgt Pat McDonald Scholarship fund, $2K to install a plaque for Firefighter Joseph Konrad and several thousand to rebuild the Mayfair Memorial Playground where we installed a Hero Plaque with the names of each year's Honoree. Proceeds from this year go to the Firefighters Widow's Fund with residual to the Mayfair Memorial Playground.

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