Jeremy Kane Memorial Run 2015 South Jersey 5K Run

Jeremy Kane Benefit Run



Lt. Omar Vazquez

Hometown: Hamilton Township


2nd Squadron in the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Master's in Liberal Studies

KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom, April 22, 2011

"He was simply the most honorable man I’ve ever met in my life."
                                                                                                                                  -George Hrico

Lance Cpl. Jeremy Kane

Hometown: Cherry Hill, NJ

USMC Reservist

4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion

Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice

KIA Afghanistan Operation Enduring Freedom, January 23, 2010

"I want people to know that this was someone from Cherry Hill, he had options, and this was his choice."

 -Melinda Kane

Maj. Dwayne Kelley

Hometown: South Orange, NJ

U.S. Army Reservist

432nd Civil Affairs Battalion

Bachelors in Psychology

KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom, June 24, 2008

"Dwayne was a talented detective who spoke Arabic, won the Essex County 200 Club Award for Valor and was well-known for his productive years in both our Counter-Terrorism Unit and Auto Unit"

-State Police Superintendent Col. Joseph R. Fuentes

Capt. Michael Tarlavsky

Hometown: Clifton, NJ

U.S. Army

1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group

Bachelors in Exercise Science

KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom, Aug. 12, 2004

"He did his job very good; I'm very proud of my boy for what he did for his country."

-Yury Tarlavsky

Sgt. Alan D. Sherman

Hometown: Wanamassa, NJ

USMC Reservist

6th Engineer Support Battalion, 4th Force Service Support Group

Engineering Student

KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom, June 29, 2004

“He just liked spending time with his boys. They were his world. Walking in the woods, playing basketball. Spending time with them. Things dads do with his boys.”

-Dolores Sherman



Sgt. Frank Carvill

Hometown: Carlstadt, NJ

U.S. Army 

3rd Battalion of the 112th Field Artillery, NJ National Guard

B.A. Political Science

KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom, June 4, 2004

"He definitely had some guilt about not serving in Vietnam, and he wanted to give back."

-Steve Zurier 




2nd Lt. John Wroblewski

Hometown: Oak Ridge, NJ


2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force

Bachelor of Science

KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom, April 6, 2004

“He was our hero. He loved his family, his country, the United States Marine Corps. He was a dedicated and loving husband”

-John Walter Wroblewski




1st Lt. Seth J. Dvorin

Hometown: East Brunswick, NJ 

U.S. Army

Battery B, 3rd Battalion, 62nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 10th Mountain Division,

B.S. in Administrative Justice

KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom, February 3, 2004

"He was kind and courteous, and thoughtful and respectful. He had the ability to adapt to any situation he was in, and saw the best in everyone."

-Richard Dvorin



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