THE BLUE BOWL
The Blue Bowl Flag Football Tournament is to benefit the families of the fallen. This is a flag football tournament made up of men, woman and kids (12 and up). The Blue Bowl teams are made up local businesses, Families, Co-workers, friends, police officers and residents of the area to come together and unite to show support for Law Enforcement and help the families of our Fallen Officers.
On Sunday February 20, 2022 we held the 2nd Annual Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl Co-Ed Flag Football Tournament presented by 239RealEstateDeals.Com LLC Proceeds raised by sponsors, team registrations and donations totaled $7,100 after costs. We presented two scholarships one for $1,000.00 to Madeleine Langevin for The Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl Scholarship. She was presented a Game Ball and Blue Bowl Trophy! We also honored Master Trooper Joseph Bullock scholarship to Hunter Gideons. We honored all the Fallen Officers Families from Collier and Lee County as well. We had a great pre-memorial service which included Guns N Hoses Pipes And Drums Of SWFL, The Collier County Sheriff Honor Guard, Fort Myers Mayor Kevin Anderson, Collier County Commissioner District 1 Rick LoCastro, Collier County Undersheriff Col Jim Bloom, Florida Highway Patrol Captain Mike Gideon, Fort Myers Police Dept- SGT Degrean Benitez, Lee County Sheriff Office Commander Morgan Bowden, Country Star Ben Allen, Invocation by Kevin Van Duser Coach V and of course our founder Rosemary Zore.
It was an amazing day of football for a great cause! To all the sponsors, teams and spectators that came out we thank you so much! Thank you to Bonita Springs High School and their entire staff. Also a big thank you to all our guest and volunteers that made this day so special.
This years winner of the 2nd Annual Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl was Team Drew Clark for Congress. All the teams did amazing and we can't thank them all enough. Thank you to The Miller and Bullock family and we will always remember your son's sacrifice and will always honor your family. A big thank you to New Engladns Patriot Kicker Quinn Nordin for attending and spending the afternoon at the Blue Bowl.
We will see everyone next year 2-19-2023 for the "THIRD" Annual Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl. To be a sponsor contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl
Flag Football Tournament
Sunday February 20, 2022
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Adam Jobbers-Miller Blue Bowl III
"Remembering Their Sacrifices-Honoring Their Families"
Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained on July 21st, 2018, after responding to an assault and larceny call at a gas station at 3915 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard at approximately 7:30 pm.
As officers arrived the suspect fled on foot along Flint Drive, with Officer Jobbers-Miller in pursuit. The man opened fire with a handgun, striking Officer Jobbers-Miller. Another officer transported him to Lee Memorial Hospital where he remained until succumbing to his wound on July 28th, 2018.
The subject was taken into custody at the scene after being shot and wounded.
Officer Jobbers-Miller had served with the Fort Myers Police Department for three years and had previously served as a firefighter with the Wayne Fire Department in New Jersey.
Trooper Joseph Bullock was shot and killed at approximately 10:15 while assisting a disabled vehicle on I-95 just north of the interstate rest area in Martin County.
He stopped to assist the motorist whose vehicle had become stuck on a swale. He had positioned his patrol car behind the vehicle and completed paperwork for approximately one hour while the motorist waited for a tow truck to remove the vehicle. During this time Trooper Bullock had several normal interactions with the motorist.
Once the tow truck driver arrived the man became upset with the cost of having the vehicle towed. He calmly walked back to Trooper Bullock’s vehicle and, without warning, drew a handgun and fatally shot him in the head.
The man then attempted to shoot the tow truck driver, but his gun jammed, allowing the tow truck driver to run to safety. The tow truck driver was able to get the attention of an off-duty Riviera Beach detective who was driving into work.
The detective fatally shot the subject after the man confronted him and pointed the gun at him.
Trooper Bullock was a U.S. Air Force veteran and had served with the Florida Highway Patrol for 19 years. He is survived by his parents and two sisters.
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