The Rolling Badges Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club lost one of their own today (9/4/2015). We would like to acknowledge what a great man Nelson "Sgt. Bear" Randolph (Ret. Sgt. Camden City Police) was to so many not only in this club but in life. Sgt. Bear was a man of many talents always doing what he could to help others in need. He was a Camden City Police officer, a range master, a member of the Masons, and beloved friend and family. Today was Nellie's 39th wedding anniversary and was called back to be with his late wife - may the two of them rest in peace as they are once again reunited. We offer our deepest sympathy and condolences to Nellie's family, family, and club members who loved him dearly. May you hold the great memories you shared with this man and may they lend you peace and comfort during this difficult time.
For a man who touched the lives of so many there's so much that can be said, Ricky "Rambo" Bradford the RBLEMC Vice President, age 51, passed away on 5/15/16 suddenly. A true American hero that served our country not only in the military for 10 years seeing combat, but as an officer of the law. Rambo was a highly decorated 1st Grade Detective in the N.Y.P.D where he was the recipient of numerous medals and the Combat Cross. Rambo spent many hours at the scene of 9/11. He was a man that put his life on the line for others and always reached out a helping hand for another. He was a Brother Mason, had a Masters degree, and always sought to learn more about all faiths so he could not only educate but understand. He was a deacon in his church serving his faith community. He was a man filled with wisdom and a best friend to many; loved by all who came in contact simply due to his warm nature. Words cannot give justice to the man and to describe the immense hole left in many hearts today with his passing. Rambo, from your Rolling Badges Family - We LOVE you, will MISS you, and will forever embrace what you embodied and role modeled for all: One Club - One Mind - One Family!