The proceeds from the sales go to Trooper Dermyer’s widow and children.
They managed to get autographs from all 40 drivers at the race.
The donations jar was reported stolen Wednesday, April 20 from a 7-Eleven off of Route 17 in York County.
The fundraiser is co-sponsored by the New Kent Sheriff’s Office and Third Base Grill.
Between April 11 and April 17, Marco’s will donate 15 percent of all net sales to the Dermyer family.
Tenth grader Emma Capps organized the event in honor of State Trooper Chad Dermyer, who was shot and killed March 31 at the Greyhound statio…
Nearly every seat was filled inside the Riverbound Café as folks gathered to show support for a hero many of them never even got to meet.
At last check, more than 3,000 shirts had been sold and $63,000 raised. The goal is to sell 5,000 shirts.
“Thank you to everyone who helped give our hero a hero’s farewell.”
“We don’t say Chad was a VSP Trooper, he is a VSP Trooper,” Virginia State Police Superintendent Colonel W. Steven Flaherty said.
Dermyer was a resident of Gloucester with his wife and two kids.
Trooper Chad P. Dermyer, a Marine veteran, leaves behind a wife, Michelle, and two young children.
A local teenager is taking a stand in the Blue Lives Matter movement in the wake of the slain Virginia State Trooper.
Virginia State Trooper Justin Crawley and his wife are setting up a fundraiser for fallen state trooper Chad Dermyer.
Traffic is flowing in the area but not that many people are stopping.
Funeral arrangements have been finalized for Virginia State Police Trooper Chad P. Dermyer.