What Sudbury Hero Should Represent the Town on Television Broadcast?

Fox 25 is searching for Sudbury residents to represent the town on its upcoming Zip Trip.

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Fox 25 Photo
Fox 25 is coming to Sudbury on Friday, June 20, for its Zip Trip program that focuses on all that is good in the community.

Producers from the television station want to highlight a standout resident in the community during the show, and you could help nominate the perfect candidate.

Among the segments that will air in the broadcast is one called "Hometown Hero" that honors an individual in Sudbury who has done something extraordinary and heroic.

According Special Projects Producer Kathryn Shehade, Fox 25 is seeking someone like a civilian, doctor or someone else who has saved a life, an organization that was founded or thriving in Sudbury that is helping others, or anything else heroic, brave, or notable that took place in the community recently.

Residents who wish to pass along ideas can email projects@myfoxboston.com, tweet @ProducerK4 or let us know in the comments section below.

kyle mccarthy May 30, 2014 at 04:57 PM
How about some of the guys from Sudbury for Wounded Warriors (Brendan Mahoney, Todd Faber, Bob Haarde, Adam Demichele etc... In the last two years, this grassroot organization has raised over $150,000 for Homebase Program and national Wounded Warriors Project. They will probably raise another $100k this year alone.
Nancy Brumback May 30, 2014 at 06:05 PM
The Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable.
siobhan hullinger May 31, 2014 at 07:16 AM
The Diomedes along with the Smile Mass Organization. Many across the state have benefited from their initiatives.
David May 31, 2014 at 07:25 AM
Looks like Sudbury has a lot of heroes! All great suggestions. Ed Gottman stands out because of the length of time of his commitment to Sudbury seniors and the the Food Pantry.He's probably been doing these things for 20 years and it would be a great thank you. Other ideas: The people who run the Food Pantry, HOPEsudbury, and the Free Medical Program at Beth El.
Dan Velonis May 31, 2014 at 11:36 AM
Scott Milley and the Milley family


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