DATE & TIME
OCTOBER 16, 2020
The Naples Grande Beach Resort
Scott Baio * Sean Landeta *Martin Klebba *Kevin Jackson
Officer Robert L Zore was killed in the line of duty on December 25, 1983. His life and legacy inspired his only child , Rosemary Zore, to create the Fallen Officers and Robert L Zore Foundation. Rosemary believes that when a police officer gives his or her life for their community, the least we can do is to honor that ultimate sacrifice is to take care of their family for the rest of theirs.
The Fallen Officers in support of the Robert L Zore Foundation is a registered 501(c) (3). Our mission is to provide financial support to the family of Fallen officers, to honor their sacrifice and to help unite police officers with the community while promoting respect for law enforcement.
We provide financial assistance to families of police officers killed in the line of duty and service related deaths. We also assist with financial burdens associated with illness, injury and disabilities for officers and their immediate family.
Our foundation is funded by donations and fundraising events. Our staple events consist of “the blues for the blue”, “boots for badges”, and our Blue Bowl co-Ed flag football tournaments which are held nation wide. We believe in strengthening and uniting our communities with events people love such as music and football.
Robert L. Zore
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Former NFL Punter Sean Landeta
*Guests subject to change*
Sean Landeta played 22 seasons in the National Football League for five different teams for the N.Y.. Giants (1985-92), the LA/St. Louis Rams (1993-96, 2003-04), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1997), the Green Bay Packers (1998), and the Philadelphia Eagles (1999-2002, 2005). He punted for the Giants' Superbowl XXI and XXV champions. Landeta was named to the 1980s All-Decade Team as the first punter and the 1990s All-Decade Team as the second punter, ESPN 40th Anniversary Super Bowl Team, New York Giants All-Time Team, Philadelphia Eagles 75th Anniversary Team, St. Louis Rams 20th Anniversary Team.
The four-time All-Pro, two-time Pro Bowl selection Landeta became the first punter in NFL history to average more than 50-yards per punt in a game in three different decades.
Current Or Retired LEO'S $175.00
In 2009, Kevin and his wife Melissa built The Black Sphere organization; a company dedicated to Ending Identity Politics.
In 2018, Kevin and his team produced his first Hollywood movie, Bleeding Blue. The film premiered late that year, and won the Chandler International Film Festival. Critics call the film a masterpiece.
Along with additional film projects, Kevin is the Executive Director of Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE), a 501c3 dedicated to empowerment in education.
*Proceeds Go To Help The Families Of Fallen Officers Of Collier And Lee County
And To Help Support Current LE0'S
Martin Klebba is an American Actor and stunt performer.
Klebba has acted in various productions, most notably the Pirates of the Caribbean series, as Marty, one of Captain Jack Sparrow's Black Pearl crew, in films one through three, and five. In 2003, he played the ring announcer in the Cradle 2 the Grave. In 2009, Klebba played the role of "Count Le Petite" in All's Faire in Love, a romantic comedy set at a Renaissance fair. He has also been in low budget horror/comedy films Feast II: Sloppy Seconds & Feast III: The Happy Finish as "Thunder."
He has numerous stunt credits as well including Hancock, Zombieland, Bedtime Stories, Evan Almighty, Meet the Spartans, Epic Movie, and Van Helsing. Wearing motion capture pajamas, "Marty" stood in for the Dimorphodon who grapples with Chris Pratt in Jurassic World.
Martin is a huge supporter for law enforcement and very passionate about the blue!
Actor Scott Baio is not only a great actor but a huge supporter of Law Enforcement. Scott has been acting for year including Happy Days, Charles In Charge and many movie roles as well.
Actor Scott Baio