Doc passed away from the Cleveland Chapter, where he served as International VP, though he wore many hats. A larger than life man, he never ceased to make those around him smile and would always lend a hand to those in need.
Blue passed away as a member of the Cleveland Chapter, and was a brother who always put family and friends first.
Snowman passed away as a founding member of the Central Florida Chapter, where he served as Secretary/ Treasurer. He was also an Ocala police officer and a pilot.
Daddy Wags passed away as a founding member of the Central Florida Chapter, where he served as Road Captain. A Navy veteran and member of the Ocala Police Department, he took pride in watching over those in his charge.
Bamm Bamm passed away as Sgt. At Arms and Honorary Lifetime Member of the Cooperstown Chapter. He was a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and former NYPD police officer.
Boxer left the Army as a Staff Sergeant but furthermore as a Ranger. Boxer also retired as a public Safety Officer from the city of Glencoe, Illinois. He joined the Kenosha chapter back in 2016. Shortly after, Boxer left Kenosha to help stand-up the now former Lake County, Illinois chapter. Boxer soon found his way back home to the Kenosha chapter where he rose to the office of Vice President. Boxer was a great man who could fill the room with his presence alone and would give anybody the shirt off his back to make their lives better. Boxer was one of the best brothers and VP’s you could ask for and will be missed by all.
Otis passed away as a member of the Appalachian Chapter. He was a 15 year veteran of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections. Otis also served in the U.S. Army, 82nd Airborne Division in Panama and Desert Storm. He was always dependable and there for his brothers.
Chief Graham was an instrumental and pivotal Brother, in the decision for Ocala Police Department Officers to form the Central Florida Chapter of the Copperheads LE/MC. Chief was a Charter member who lived and served the community of Ocala for well over 25 years. He was a self-proclaimed adrenaline junkie and enjoyed performance machines, and taking risks. The demands of the job kept him extremely busy but he always found time for the men and women at the Ocala Police Department. His legacy lives on in the community as the Greg Graham Foundation was formed and then supported by the Central Florida Copperheads LE/MC Chapter. The goal of this foundation is to provide for those charities near and dear to his heart.
Squatch passed away as the founding VP of the Huron Valley Chapter in Southeast Michigan. His heart and personality equally matched his physical size. He was just as quick with a joke as he was with a helping hand. Few compare to how giving to others he was and how much he wanted the best for everyone else. He always put other's needs before his own. For Squatch to call anyone "brother" was the deepest level of respect he could offer, and it showed. The world is a sadder place without him, but also much better for having him in our lives. Squatch will be missed by all.