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Angela Summers Memorial Ride on Sunday, June 7

Angela Summers was a dedicated mother, board member of Unity of Indianapolis, and mail carrier for the USPS. She was murdered while delivering mail on the eastside of Indianapolis on April 27 in a senseless act of violence.

Because she wasn’t working with the USPS long enough, she was not eligible to purchase the group life insurance. The National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Local Branch 39 is working on establishing a trust for Angela’s teenage daughter.

To benefit that trust fund, on Sunday, June 7 a memorial ride will take place in Angela’s honor. It will start at the 8 Seconds Saloon at 111 N Lynhurst in Speedway. Registration will take place from 10-11:30am with departure at 12pm, and is open to motorcycles and cars/trucks. 100% of the proceeds of this ride will be placed into the trust.

If you cannot attend the ride but would like to donate, please send a check to:

NALC Branch 39
2211 E. 54th St
Indianapolis, IN 46220.

Please note that it’s for the Angela Summers Memorial Ride. In addition, a GoFundMe page has been set up to benefit the family:

Cost to participate in the memorial ride: $20 per motorcycle or vehicle. For more information, please email the organizer, Steve Amrhein, at: [email protected] with “Angela Summers” in the subject line. Also visit the event’s Facebook page:
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