Riders gathered at Folsom State Prison for the Ride to Remember, which honors the memory of three deceased officers. (Courtesy photo)

Riders gathered at Folsom State Prison for the Ride to Remember, which honors the memory of three deceased officers. (Courtesy photo)

Sgt. Frederick Clemens and Registered Nurse Dawn Clemens are the organizers of Ride to Remember, which honors three deceased Folsom State Prison officers.

The ride was held Sept. 13, starting at the prison. Proceeds go to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the ALS Association and Caring Bridges in honor of the lives of Lt. Anthony Gentile, Sgt. Roger Milbourn and Correctional Officer Hugh Reed.

“They are gone, but never forgotten,” Sgt. Clemens said. “They were men among men, and left a powerful legacy.”

Lt. Gentile was killed in 2013 when he stopped to help victims of a an accident on the freeway. Read the original story at http://www.insidecdcr.ca.gov/2013/10/cdcr-officer-killed-while-helping-at-traffic-accident/

Sgt. Milbourn passed away from ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gherig’s disease, and the Roger Milbourn Foundation was created in his memory in 2006. Learn more about ALS at https://www.alsa.org/

Officer Reed was recognized posthumously during the 2012 Medal of Valor ceremony. Read the original Medal of Valor story at http://www.insidecdcr.ca.gov/2012/09/cdcr-honors-employees-at-annual-medal-of-valor-ceremony/

Read the original story about the ride at http://www.insidecdcr.ca.gov/2014/08/motorcycle-ride-honors-former-folsom-state-prison-officers-helps-families-charity/