A Lineage of Public Service

On April 30, 1977, St. Louis County Police Officer James Reifschneider was conducting a traffic stop when he was struck by a motorist and killed, leaving behind his wife, Sue Reifschneider, and their three children.  The BackStoppers immediately began assisting the Reifschneider family.  Now, more than 40 years later, the family’s heritage of honor is … Read moreA Lineage of Public Service

Bulltown’s Biggest Year

The 5th Annual Bulltown Run for BackStoppers raised $5,000 in it’s biggest year yet!  This year’s event was held in honor of Paramedic Jonathan Noce, EOW 5/25/2016, whose family The BackStoppers has begun assisting.  Running and walking in his memory were participants aged 8 to 84, including Jonathan Noce’s family. The run, organized by great … Read moreBulltown’s Biggest Year

Brielle and Nora Sage’s Lemonade Stand

Brielle and Nora Sage’s Lemonade Stand raised $785 for The BackStoppers and $785 for Officer Mike Flamion for a grand total of $1,570! When 7-year old Brielle and 5-year old Nora Sage decided they wanted to organize a lemonade stand, their mother, Cindy, listed five choices for donating the funds.  Brielle asked if they could … Read moreBrielle and Nora Sage’s Lemonade Stand

Assisting the Family of Paramedic Jonathan Noce

The BackStoppers is now assisting the family of Paramedic Jonathan Noce of the Joachim-Plattin Ambulance District who died in the line of duty on May 25, 2016. Paramedic Noce was serving with both the Joachim-Plattin Ambulance District and Osage County Ambulance District.  He is survived by his wife and two daughters. Our thoughts and prayers are with Paramedic Jonathan Noce’s family, … Read moreAssisting the Family of Paramedic Jonathan Noce