Billerica Police Sergeant Ian Taylor

On Friday, April 26th, A Billerica police officer died after he was struck by an excavator…

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On Friday, April 26th, A Billerica police officer died after he was struck by an excavator at a construction site.

Sergeant Ian Taylor, 49, was helping to direct a tractor-trailer around a construction site shortly before 2 p.m., when an excavator struck him while it was backing up, Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan said at a news conference Friday evening.

Taylor was taken to Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington where he died from his injuries, she said.

Sergeant Taylor was on the job for 21 years, serving the City of Lawrence, Town of Wilmington, and Town of Billerica. Taylor is survived by his Wife Mindy, two children Nathan and Kylee, and loving family.

“He is an unbelievable police officer. We were lucky to grab him and have him work with us since 2011. He’s been here for 12 years,” Billerica Police Chief Roy Frost said at the conference. “Sergeant Taylor has done a lot for this community, for the community of Billerica and for the region.”

The Greg Hill Foundation is holding a fundraiser to support the Taylor family during this impossible time. The Greg Hill Foundation will match donations up to $5,000 and cover all credit card transaction fees, so 100% of your donation goes directly to the Taylor family.

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Chelsea Police Detective Conley

On Friday, March 15th, Chelsea Police Detective Scott Conley passed away from a sudden illness at…

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On Friday, March 15th, Chelsea Police Detective Scott Conley passed away from a sudden illness at the age of 52.

Detective Conley was a United States Army veteran, had worked on the Chelsea Police Department since 1996. He was known for his work on gang violence including aiding the dismantling of MS-13. Chelsea Police Chief Keith Houghton said, “We shall honor Detective Conley’s memory by continuing to serve with the same professionalism, dedication, and compassion he exemplified.”

Detective Conley leaves behind his wife, twins boys aged 18, and daughters aged 14 and 10.

Thanks to a generous anonymous donor, The Greg Hill Foundation will match all donations up to $10,000 to support the Conley Family in their time of need.

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The Gee Family

On February 20th, 2024, a two-alarm fire broke out at a home in Litchfield, NH and…

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On February 20th, 2024, a two-alarm fire broke out at a home in Litchfield, NH and firefighters arrived on the scene at 8 am. There were heavy flames and smoke coming from the home.

First responders were not able to enter the house to attempt rescue due the size of flames and extent of structural damage. One of the residents, Janet Gee, was in the home and was not able to make it out in time and perished in the fire. The two family dogs did make it out of the home. Janet was a beloved wife, mom, grandmother, sister, friend, and community member. Her impact reached far across the community as she worked with the children at the local elementary school for 20+ years and was heavily involved in her church community too. Her husband, who was not home at the time of the fire, is an above-the-knee amputee who requires assistance. Janet leaves behind her husband, two siblings, three children and their spouses, three grandchildren.

The house and all of the belongings inside are completely destroyed and nothing is salvageable.

The Greg Hill Foundation will match up to $5,000 and cover all credit card transaction fees.

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Wilbraham Police Officer

On January 20th at about 8:20 p.m., Wilbraham Police Officers responded to a residence on Old…

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On January 20th at about 8:20 p.m., Wilbraham Police Officers responded to a residence on Old Carriage Drive after receiving word that a resident was threatening others inside the home. Upon arrival, Wilbraham police, outside of the residence, exchanged gunfire with a 53-year-old male, later identified as Michael Ortega, who was inside the home.

A 29-year-old Wilbraham police officer suffered a gunshot wound and was transported to a hospital with serious injuries. Officials said the injured officer was in stable condition as of Sunday evening. The Wilbraham Police Department has not released the name of the officer or further details regarding injuries. It is anticipated that the officer will require surgeries and have a long road to recovery.

Residents of the home escaped to the roof, and were safely assisted down by the police department. With drone assistance, Ortega was found with gunshot wounds in the home, and is in stable condition. Ortega has been booked on charges of assault with intent to murder and assault with a dangerous weapon.

The Greg Hill Foundation will match up to $5,000 and cover all credit card transaction fees.

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Falmouth Fire Lieutenant Timothy Bailey

Falmouth Fire Lieutenant Timothy Bailey suffered multiple traumatic injuries while battling a 3-alarm fire on Sunday,…

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Falmouth Fire Lieutenant Timothy Bailey suffered multiple traumatic injuries while battling a 3-alarm fire on Sunday, December 17th, requiring him to be air-lifted to Mass General Hospital. Lt. Bailey has a long road to recovery, including multiple surgeries and a lengthy hospital stay in Boston.

Tim is a 19-year veteran of the Falmouth Fire Dept, and he and his wife Debra were looking forward to spending Christmas with their 14-year old son Jack.

As the Bailey Family navigates an abrupt change to their Holiday Season, any donation you can make to assist the family through this challenging time is greatly appreciated.

The Greg Hill Foundation will match up to $5,000 and cover all credit card transaction fees.

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Victims of the Waltham Accident

On Wednesday, December 6th, there was a car accident on Totten Pond Road in Waltham, MA.…

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On Wednesday, December 6th, there was a car accident on Totten Pond Road in Waltham, MA. The suspect hit multiple people, including a local police officer and National Grid employees. The suspect then stole a police car and crashed it, taking off on foot. Waltham Police Officer Paul Tracy and National Grid Employee Rodrick Jackson have died, and other National Grid employees are currently in the hospital being evaluated for severe injuries.
The Greg Hill Foundation is collecting donations for the victims of this accident. Thank you to Keches Law Group for starting the foundation’s match of $5,000.
The Greg Hill Foundation will match up to $10,000 and cover all credit card transaction fees.
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Victims of Lewiston Shootings

At least 16 are dead and more injured after a series of shootings occurred Wednesday, October…

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At least 16 are dead and more injured after a series of shootings occurred Wednesday, October 25th. The suspect first entered a local bowling alley and then made his way to a local bar and grille.
The Greg Hill Foundation is collecting donations for the victims and survivors of the Lewiston Shootings. The Greg Hill Foundation will match up to $10,000 and cover all credit card transaction fees.
At this time, we will collect and hold donations until there is appropriate information to evaluate the need of the victims and survivors of the Lewiston Shootings. If you or a loved one is being affected, please fill out our beneficiary request form.
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State Trooper Matthew McRae

On August 25th, around one in the morning, Matthew McRae and one other passenger were in…

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On August 25th, around one in the morning, Matthew McRae and one other passenger were in a serious motor vehicle crash in Salt Lake City, Utah, while on vacation. Matthew was a passenger in a ride-share at the time of the crash. Matthew, another passenger, and the operator of the ride-share were all transported to the hospital with severe injuries. The crash left Matthew in critical condition in the ICU, with several broken bones including a broken neck and spinal injury. The operator who struck the ride-share vehicle was placed into custody on “suspicion of DUI”.
Matthew has been a State Trooper in Massachusetts for four years and previously was a local police officer for three years. In the performance of his duties as a State Trooper, Matthew has dedicated his life to serving and protecting the people of the Commonwealth. For those who know Matthew, we can agree that he is a generous and fun-loving person. He has helped so many people within his personal and professional life, now it is time to help him.
The Greg Hill Foundation will be matching donations up to $10,000, as well as matching all credit card transaction fees so 100% of the donations go directly to Matthew McRae.
We’re teaming up with the State Police Association of Massachusetts. 100% of donations will go directly to support Matthew McRae’s recovery and medical needs.
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Stephanie Croteau & Family

On Monday, August 14th, a Springfield, Massachusetts man forced his way into his neighbor's home, shooting…

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On Monday, August 14th, a Springfield, Massachusetts man forced his way into his neighbor’s home, shooting and killing her, and shot her grandchildren, leaving one of them in critical condition, before turning the gun on himself, officials said Tuesday.

The neighbor, identified as 52-year-old Kim Fairbanks and a dog were killed. Two girls – ages 12 and 10, were also shot. The 10-year-old was airlifted to Boston Children’s Hospital and died in the hospital on Thursday, August 17th. The 12-year-old is at Baystate Medical Center in stable condition. Their younger brother, who is 5, was physically unhurt. The three children are Fairbanks’ grandchildren, the district attorney said.

The Greg Hill Foundation is matching all donations up to $5,000. Please consider supporting through this impossible time.

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The Bagley Family

Melissa Bagley, a 44-year-old mother from Lynn and the wife of an Everett police officer, drown…

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Melissa Bagley, a 44-year-old mother from Lynn and the wife of an Everett police officer, drown trying to save her 10-year-old-son in New Hampshire.

Investigators said Bagley’s family and a friend hiked to Franconia Falls Tuesday afternoon when the boy slipped and fell into the water. He couldn’t get out because of the current so his mother went into the river to get him. She started to have trouble and two of her other children jumped in to help. They got the boy out, but his 18-year-old brother ended up trapped in the rocks and current.

The father, Everett Police Lt. Sean Bagley, found his wife on a rock and immediately began CPR but she died. He was able to save his 18-year-old son. The teen was later taken to Littleton Hospital for treatment.

Please consider making a donation to help the Bagley family in their time of need.

 

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