BSAC Check Presentation to Ashley Reyka

February 22, 2008

BSAC Check Presentation to Ashley Reyka

Ashley Reyka, daughter of slain BSO Sergeant Chris Reyka, was recently presented with a check for $3,000 from the Broward Sheriff’s Advisory Council (B.S.A.C.) to assist in her education costs. The check was provided after the B.S.A.C. learned that Ashley was ready to return to school, but was having difficulty meeting the necessary expenses.

For the past 25 years, the B.S.A.C. has provided financial support to families of law enforcement officers who have been killed or have become disabled while serving their community. From assisting with living expenses to providing children with college scholarships, members of the B.S.A.C. do what they can to help these families stay afloat. The Council was created by then Sheriff Nick Navarro in 1985 and today consists of more than 50 members.

The next B.S.A.C. meeting will be on Thursday, March 20 at 6:00 p.m. aboard the Windridge Yacht. For information or reservations please call Harvey Young at 954-319-6444, or e-mail

(Pictured: Special guests and members of the B.S.A.C. meet for their first meeting of 2008. From left, Chief Louis Cavallo, chief of BSO’s North Lauderdale District; Art Santucci, BSO Executive Director of External Affairs; Drew Romanovitz, B.S.A.C. Vice Chairman; retired Sheriff Nick Navarro, B.S.A.C. Chairman; Colonel Edward Werder, BSO  Executive Director of Law Enforcement; and Lt. David Benjamin, Executive Officer to Sheriff Al Lamberti)

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