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'All you can eat' meals all day to benefit fallen firefighter, police officer

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Officer Daryl Raetz; Firefighter Brad Harper Officer Daryl Raetz; Firefighter Brad Harper
PHOENIX -

Nosh on an "all you can eat" breakfast, lunch or dinner and help raise money for the families of fallen firefighter Bradley Harper and police officer Daryl Raetz on Friday.

The fundraiser is at the Fraternal Order of Police in Phoenix from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Tickets are $5 for breakfast, $10 for lunch and $15 for dinner.

Phoenix Firefighter Bradley Harper was killed during a freak accident at a mulch fire on May 18. He was with the department for two years and left behind a wife of six months.

Phoenix Police Officer Daryl Raetz was fatally hit by a car while processing a DUI scene. He was with the department for six years, served in the US Navy and completed two tours of duty in Iraq.

Raetz is survived by his wife and five-year-old daughter. 

All proceeds go directly to Harper and Raetz' families.

Fundraiser for families of firefighter Bradley Harper and officer Daryl Raetz
June 28 from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #2
12851 North 19th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85029
*All you can eat breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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