The Sports Bash on 97.3 ESPN wants to help recognize the people keeping the South Jersey-area safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
If you know a doctor or health care worker, police, fire or any first responder, a transit worker, a grocery store cashier, a store owner who is helping to keep us safe, send us a text with their name, a photo and where they are from.
Give us a brief description of what they are doing to keep us safe and how they are making a difference so we can showcase it on the site and/or on air.
On behalf of The Sports Bash and 97.3 ESPN and our entire community: Thank you for all that you do!
Text us your names and photos to: 609-403-0973 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.orgJoanna Hackett: Registered nurse Works at Vineland Inspira hospital.Robert Higbee: NJ State Trooper who works to maintain & police the Casino district and due to less people it is more dangerous & more crimeMario J Formica PoliceMario C Formica PoliceLeslie A Formica AtlanticareAndrew Southery PoliceCheryl Weber Bacharach RehabAll the guys at Ocean Home Health Alison Sanchez: CNA at Inspira medical center in Vineland NJHalle Duzy: HOPE Cancer CenterAnthony Ventura, Ventnor - Ventnor FDDan Germana: Ventnor - Margate FDThe Pleasantville UPS driversTori Borden: Atlantic City Medical CenterAlexis Nosotrose: Emergency room nurse near Atco, NJStacie Lorge and the nurses at AtlantiCare/LHC HomecareDr Anthony Hikes: Cooper ICU. Just became a doctor, volunteered to be with the coronavirus patientsKaren Bailey: RN inspira hospital vinelandEric Taylor. Radiologist at cape regional hospitalAshley Tribbet: Works in the pharmacy at Millville Shoprite and is always happy and welcoming.John Harris and the employees of City Wide Towing and Recovery an emergency service provider through AAA and all local municipality we are all up and running 24/7.Comcast techs out of Pleasantville, local 827- They are still working to keep the internet on for everyone , being that everyone is at home, tv and internet are crucial at this time, techs are still doing installs and risking catching the virusLiz Bilski who is a nurse on the burn unit at Crozer Chester hospital she has 2 kids under 4 but goes to work every shift to help these extra serious health cases.The Comcast Field Technicians out of Wildwood who are keeping customers connected with installs and service calls.Jill: A nurse at community in Toms RiverSteve Reeves: Store manager at AutoZoneKathy Hidalgo physical therapist Christiana hospitalCindy Rongione: Atlantic City Police Department been working 12 hour shifts for weeks. I love what you're doing I listen every day shout out to all the first responders stay safe.Sean Brannon: Lower Township Rescue SquadMark Delano: Townbank Fire CompanyBrittney Delano: Villas Volunteer Fire DepartmentFelicia Wolf and her coworkers Tina Hicks and Jennifer Mousley. Felicia is an RN at Inspira Vineland. Marrying my son Max Riebel scheduled this June 19. Hope they don't have to move it!Lori and Jacky Porter: Both nurses working in Cape May Court House.ALL SHOPRITE EMPLOYEESTeresa Fennimore: Healthcare Worker in North Cape MayTerry White: A first responder/EMT in Ocean County for a long time. Went to the Navy as a Medic , served in Afghanistan and now lives in Florida as a Medevac EMT and first responder for Advent Heath/ Orlando Hospital in Orlando Florida.Jovanni Arroyo: Mays Landing, Respitory theripistJustin Schenker: volunteer fire fighter in TuckahoeTom Amenhauser from Villas NJ delivering plumbing, heating and air conditioning supplies to contractors in cape may and Cumberland count.Kimberly Fatzinger and Carrie Shaffer are both from Absecon: They are both nurses. They put themselves at risk everyday and on top of that they have been sewing headbands for other nurses that hold their masks so their ears don't get destroyed from the rough material on the masks.Mikey Hinsley. Ocean City Cop who is a Cleveland Browns fan. and U of West Chester football (TE).Sabrina Giovanni: born and raised in Ventnor: She is a Transcranial magnetic stimulation coordinator at shore clinical TMS.... Mental health care is needed now more than ever and she is on the front line.Sharon Buckalew from Galloway NJ: Out there everyday delivering mail for USPS mail doesnt stop either has she!Doug Stonehouse: Cancer survivor and Atlantic County Correction Officer.Officer Alex Homan: State officer of Correction in NJ State PrisonPhil Fitzpatrick: Grocery clerk, 8th street Acme in Ocean CityWalt Garant: RRT Respiratory therapist delivering oxygen so a patient doesnt run outRobert Bishop: ACUA, Residental and Commercial HaulerJoseph Hawn: A corrections officer in the Atlantic county jail.George Dannenhauer from Mays Landing: Volunteer Fire FighterOlivia Ortega: She is a nurse at Atlanticare in Atlantic City and is taking care of COVID patients.Maria Sabulao: She is the Charge Nurse at Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers in Atlantic City.
Miriam Lopez: Phlebotomists at Cape regional medical center in cape May court House