Please join with us in supporting Pismo Beach Police Department Sgt. Trevor Blevins family.
On Sunday evening, December 30th 2018, a tragic off-duty accident abruptly took the life of Pismo Beach Police Sergeant Trevor Blevins while at his home on the Central Coast of California. Sergeant Blevins, a former Marine and an 11 year veteran of the Pismo Beach Police Department, is survived by his devastated, grieving and very private family (wife Meghan and three children). The Blevins family has a long, unimaginably tough road ahead of them and will need all the help they can get. The Pismo Beach POA setup this GoFundMe page for the sole purpose of providing financial assistance to the Blevins family going forward in their time of need. All donations will be transferred to a bank account for exclusive access by the family. Trevor lived for his family, and now that he has passed we will do our best as a community, both far and wide, to help his family in any way we can.
Information from the Ventura County Deputy Sheriff's Association:
Firestone Walker Brewery has graciously chosen to help the Helus family in their time of loss, and to honer Sergeant Ron Helus for his sacrafice. For the month of December 2018, Firestone will be releasing their special December lager in their Taprooms. The name, in honor of Sgt. Helus is the "Helus Lager."
You can only find the Helus Lager at the Firestone Walker Brewery Taprooms. They will have the Helus Lager on tap in all three of their Taprooms for the month starting December 1. The Taproom locations are as follows:
Paso Robles - 1400 Ramada Drive Paso Robles, Ca 93446
Buellton - 620 McMurray Road Buellton, Ca 93427
Venice - 3205 Washington Blvd. Marina Del Rey, Ca 90292
Firestone Walker Brewing will donate proceeds from every pint of the Helus Lager sold to the family. Please take the time to visit one of their Taprooms and raise a glass to Ron for his service, friendship and sacrafice.
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