Safety officers, elected officials, friends and family gathered to dedicate a plaque at the Stow Municipal Court House to Officer Jonathan Bastock who died in the line of duty in February.
Monday, September 12, 2011
A plaque in honor of officer Jonathan Bastock will be put up today at noon at the Stow Municipal Court House.
Stow patrol officer Jonathan Bastock, who died in February, will have a plaque dedicated to him at a ceremony at the Stow Municipal Court today. Bastock, a Cuyahoga Falls resident, was 47 when he died from a blood clot Feb. 5 while recuperating from knee surgery a few weeks earlier. He was on injury leave after falling on ice during a call in January. For coverage of the event, check back with Stow Patch. Related content:
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Officers march in memory of fallen Stow Police Officer Jonathan Bastock and others in Cleveland.
The Stow Police Department Honor Guard was asked to lead the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Service May 20.
Friday, February 25, 2011
McDonald's in Munroe Falls and Valleyview Tattoo in Stow donated 20 percent of its proceeds to the Bastock Family Fund Feb. 24.
A crush of people packed the McDonald's in Munroe Falls Feb. 24 in support of a fundraiser for fallen Stow Officer Jonathan Bastock's family fund. The event was organized by friend and neighbor Cassie Smith Jebber. McDonald's agreed to donate 20 percent of its proceeds to the fund between 5 and 8 p.m. Feb. 24. The total amount won't be tallied until Monday, she said. "I was told they broke records that evening," Jebber said. Valleyview Tattoo on Hudson Drive also joined the cause. Owner Mary Merrie said she had 14 people getting a tattoo with 20 percent of the proceeds going to the Bastock family. Those who could not make the fundraisers, but would like to donate, can stop into Key Bank, 3857 Darrow Road in Stow, and make a donation to …