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December 10, 2012

Foundation helps Falls cop

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Niagara Gazette — "I got to shake hands with and visit with Danny Gare," Gee said. "He was my favorite (Sabres) player growing up. What a thrill that was for me."

Trevino said NFR Chairman Howard Milstein underwrites the administrative costs of the foundation so that every dollar that's donated can go to law enforcement or firefighters in need, like Gee.

"The foundation was originally for federal law enforcement, but was expanded to all police and firefighters after 9/11," Trevino said. 

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