Fallen Heroes – More Discounted Raider Tickets Available!


The Raiders have allocated another block of 100 tickets for us to sell at non-profit discounted pricing for this event: $60/ea on the 1st level

Tickets will be in EITHER Sec. 135 or 149, but we will not have this info until 1 week prior to the game. Groups CAN be accommodated.

Tickets are on sale NOW, however. They will be emailed to you upon our receipt of them.



HALF-TIME Police vs. Fire Competition

ALSO…. the departments competing in the Half-Time Police vs. Fire Competition on the field have been selected!!!

Law Enforcement:

1. San Jose P.D., 2. Santa Cruz P.D., 3. CHP, 4. Galt P.D.


1. Oakland Fire, 2. San Jose Fire, 3. Cal Fire, 4. Davis Fire

This is a new event for the Raiders and will be fun to watch (and fun for participants)! Team ‘Coaches’ will include Retired Raiders Barry Sims and Steve Wisniewski!!

Come join in and enjoy Kinder’s BBQ at the Tailgate Event prior to the Game!

See Details on our website at:


The passing of Sunnie Fronek Jr.

George L. Fronek Jr, known to his friends as Sunnie, age 72, of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, passed away peacefully Wednesday, March 25, 2020, in his home surrounded by family.

Sunnie was born November 9, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois. His family moved to California when he was 3 years old where he resided until he moved to Lake Havasu in 1996. On July 31, 1976, Sunnie married his wife, Kim Simpson, in Apple Valley, California.

Sunnie had a life long career with Cal Fire beginning as a seasonal firefighter and promoting to Deputy Unit Chief of San Bernardino Ranger Unit. Sunnie is a 22-year veteran of the California National Guard retiring as a Master Sgt in 1988. Sunnie held multiple positions in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints including serving as Bishop of the Acoma Ward. Sunnie also served the community as the school board President for Desert Technology High School.

Sunnie is preceded in death by his parents George and Helen Fronek and son, Kirtley Fronek. He is survived by his wife Kim Fronek, his daughters Senice Sommer (Tim Witt), Krista Fronek, Holly Larison (Shawn), his son Brice Fronek (Shannon), his grandsons Brandon Craig, Ryan Dodds (Madison), Brian Fronek, Tyler Ishman, Dillon Ishman, David (Fronek) Powell, Great Grandsons Grayson Craig and Sutton Dodds, and his siblings Roger Fronek (Susie), Sandy Williams, and Janet Fronek.

A walk-thru viewing will be held at Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home in Lake Havasu City, Arizona on Saturday, 28, 2020 from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm.

Passing of David Allen McKay

David A. McKay, 83, died, March 11, 2020. He joins his wife Vicki McKay and leaves his daughter, Lisa (Matt) Clawson; his stepson, Rick (Tilda) Richardson; three grandchildren, Saxon, Hutton & Taylor; his brother Howard & family, Sammy, Kim, Melanie & Dennis; and his stepsister, Andrea (Ron Dixon) & late stepbrother, Billy (Cathy) McKay.
Born and raised in San Diego CA, the son of Howard and Erma McKay. After serving with the US Army as an Artillery Surveyor in Germany from 1960 to 1962, David returned to CDF/CAL FIRE, where he had started his career in 1954, as a lifelong firefighter in the San Diego Unit. He was promoted to Battalion Chief in Sonoma County in 1977, where he remained & retired in 1989. He was also a member of the CDF 25 Year Club.
Dave loved movies and travel, golf, biking, boogie boarding (before there was such a thing), snowmobiling, crabbing, and gardening. He was a die-hard Chargers and Padres fan. David was a restless retiree, and worked at the Bennett Valley Golf Course, Blood Bank of the Redwoods and was a Retired Annuitant for CDF/CAL FIRE. He volunteered at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Salvation Army and Council on Aging.
Donations made in lieu of flowers will be used to honor David’s favorite causes: American Heart Association, Disabled American Veterans, Kenwood Fireman’s Association and the Historical Society & Museum of the California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection.