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Motorcycle awareness bench at Plano Police Department

Open Roads ABATE of IL Inc. set up two park benches in the Plano and Sandwich communities promoting motorcycle awareness and safety. The benches are in memory of Ryan Gendreau, who was killed in a crash on Oct. 20, 2013. To keep Ryan’s memory alive, the family’s motto is to live life to the fullest and to be kind to others. For more information about Gendreau, visit rememberryangendreau.com. Pictured with the park bench placed at the Plano Police Department are Ed White, Cliff Oleson, Bill and Sally Kolb, Plano Police Chief Jonathan Whowell, Cherie and Bob Mauer, and Julius Matolek.
Open Roads ABATE of IL Inc. set up two park benches in the Plano and Sandwich communities promoting motorcycle awareness and safety. The benches are in memory of Ryan Gendreau, who was killed in a crash on Oct. 20, 2013. To keep Ryan’s memory alive, the family’s motto is to live life to the fullest and to be kind to others. For more information about Gendreau, visit rememberryangendreau.com. Pictured with the park bench placed at the Plano Police Department are Ed White, Cliff Oleson, Bill and Sally Kolb, Plano Police Chief Jonathan Whowell, Cherie and Bob Mauer, and Julius Matolek.

Open Roads ABATE of IL Inc. set up two park benches in the Plano and Sandwich communities promoting motorcycle awareness and safety. The benches are in memory of Ryan Gendreau, who was killed in a crash on Oct. 20, 2013. To keep Ryan’s memory alive, the family’s motto is to live life to the fullest and to be kind to others. For more information about Gendreau, visit rememberryangendreau.com. Pictured with the park bench placed at the Plano Police Department are Ed White, Cliff Oleson, Bill and Sally Kolb, Plano Police Chief Jonathan Whowell, Cherie and Bob Mauer, and Julius Matolek.

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