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Bergen Sheriff’s Local 134 hosting benefit dinner for widow, daughters of Lt. Brian Beutel

Photo Credit: BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF
Photo Credit: BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF
Photo Credit: BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF
Photo Credit: BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF

TRIBUTE: Tickets are still available for a benefit dinner hosted by Bergen County Sheriff’s PBA Local 134 for the widow and five daughters of Sheriff’s Lt. Brian Beutel, who collapsed and died earlier this year during a charity basketball tournament for the Tomorrows Children’s Fund.

There will be a 4-hour open bar, tricky tray and DJ at the buffet dinner on Wed., July 22 (7-11 p.m.) at the Venetian in Garfield (546 River Dr.). Tickets are $100.

Lt. Brian Beutel

INFO:

Nick Di Iorio (201) 390-3040 ( ndiiorio@ bcsd.us )
Jordan Kalender (201) 481-9966 ( jkalender@bcsd.us )
Ed Alicea (201) 873-9663 ( ealicea@bcsd.us )

GIFT CERTIFICATES / CHECKS payable to:

PBA Local #134
(Memo: “Beutel Fundraiser”)
P.O. Box 4087
South Hackensack, NJ 07606

For all other items, please contact one of the following, who will arrange for them to be picked up: Alicea (201) 873-9663 / Sgt. Nichelle Crews-Ponder (973) 412-6915 / Joe Znutas (973) 479-9314

SEE FLYER, BELOW

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TRIBUTES to his character, integrity, love for his family, friends and colleagues and enthusiasm for life mounted today for Bergen County Sheriff’s Lt. Brian Beutel, 47, who collapsed and died during a charity basketball tournament at FDU in Hackensack for the Tomorrows Children’s Fund — which called him “a true angel.” READ MORE….

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A DAUGHTER WRITES: My father was the most hardworking man I have ever met. His work ethic and diligence inspired me to be the young woman that I am today. READ MORE….

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Lt. Brian Beutel (Courtesy: BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF)

A 15-year former New Jersey Corrections officer, Beutel (#1359) joined the BCSO in 2002 and was promoted to lieutenant two years ago.

Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino’s office sponsored one of 16 teams from various North Jersey police departments who were participating in the Battle of the Blue at the Rothman Center to benefit the Tomorrows Children’s Fund (TCF), which helps children with cancer and serious blood disorders.

Participants initially thought Beutel was perhaps dehydrated when he collapsed.

Carol Tyler and her daughter, Christina, of the Ho-Ho-Kus Volunteer Ambulance Corps rushed to him with a defibrillator, along with others who did all they could to help.

Beutel apparently had gone into cardiac arrest and died on the way to Hackensack University Medical Center.

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A BROTHER IN BLUE WRITES: Brother Brian Beutel was one of a kind, we started together in 2002. Many things I can say about him, but the thing I remember the most was the love he had for his job. He was always there, came in early and stayed late just to talk with everyone. READ MORE….

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