PULLED PORK LUNCH

When: March 24, 2017  —  Check back for Date
Time: 11 a.m. to  1 p.m..
Location: Georgetown Fire Hall
Platter: 
Includes: Pulled Pork Sandwich, Cole Slaw & Chips

For please contact any Member or call (302)249-4383 or (302)745-5056.

DEEPEST SMYPATHY TO THE SPICER FAMILY

The Foundation Members would like to express sincere smypathy to Ruth Ann, Aubrey and Stacy and the Spicer Family in the loss of Norman  He will be greatly missed.

 

BACK PACK PROJECT

Thank You For Your Support!

ON BEHALF OF ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE FOUNDATION WE WOULD  LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR SUPPORT AND GENEROSITY. OUR BACK PACK PROJECT WAS A SUCCESS!  THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS WHO SO GRACIOUSLY DONATED TO THE PROJECT.  IF ANYONE WAS MISSED PLEASE CONTACT US SO WE CAN UPDATE THE LIST – YOU DESERVE RECOGNITION FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND WE APPRECIATE IT.

  • Town of Georgetown
  • Georgetown Police Department
  • Megee Motors
  • Georgetown Family Medicine
  • Short Funeral Services Inc.,
  • Dr. James K. Kramer, DMD
  • The Georgetown Police Departmen
  • Stumpf, Vickers & Sandy PA
  • McDonalds
  • Dr. Eric Balliet, DMD
  • Ad Art Signs
  • Sussex Eye Center

Mission Statement

The Chad Spicer Memorial Foundation, Inc., is dedicated to extending support and relief to members of the community who are in need. Further, the Foundation will promote hope, strength, and courage while fulfilling Chad’s goals of helping the community he gave his life for, thus ensuring his legacy lives on forever.

About Chad Spicer

Patrolman Chad Spicer was born Aug. 23, 1980. He joined the Georgetown Police Department on Sept. 2, 2008.

Prior to joining Georgetown, Spicer had work for the Laurel Police Department (June 17, 2008 – Aug. 24, 2008); Bridgeville Police Department (March 1, 2004 – June 15, 2008); and the Delaware Department of Corrections (2000 to 2004).

Chad Spicer was a native of Georgetown having graduated from Sussex Central High School, and Delaware Technical and Community College in 1999.

Chad Spicer was tragically killed in the line of duty on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009 during a traffic stop.