Stamford Officers Support One Of Their Own In Fight Against Cancer

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The Stamford Police will hold a benefit to help Sergeant Terri Vitti, who has recently been diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung, Brain and Bone cancer on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Photo Credit: File

STAMFORD, Conn. -- The members of the Stamford Police Association will hold a benefit on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Zodie’s 19th Hole to benefit Sgt. Terri Vitti, who was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 lung, brain and bone cancer.

The benefit will feature live music by local band Jump the Gun as well as specials on food and drinks. The event will cost $25 per person. 

“Sgt. Terri Vitti has dedicated so much of her life to serving and protecting the people of Stamford. She has long been a rock of support for her fellow officers and a true role model," Police Officer David Rodriguez said in a statement.

"Now as she battles cancer, Stamford’s police officers are rallying to lend our collective strength to her and her husband, also a veteran Stamford Police Officer. We ask our fellow community members to turn out on Dec. 10 and lend her your best wishes and support."

For more information, or to make a donation, contact Officer David Rodriguez at 203-223-3043 or Police Officer Ryan McAllister at 203-515-1830.

Zodie's 19th Hole is located at 451 Stillwater Ave. in Stamford.

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