Troopers to Participate in Run Dedicated to the Late Detective Lieutenant William “Bill” Coulter

Brockton, MA– State Police Association of Massachusetts (SPAM) members will attend Billy’s Fun Run this Saturday, October 5th in remembrance of the late Detective Lieutenant William “Bill” Coulter at D.W. Field Park, 370 Oak Street in Brockton. The Run is a tribute to Coulter, an avid marathon runner who dedicated much of his life to the charity Cops for Kids with Cancer. Coulter died on October 1st after a brief illness and left behind a commendable legacy of honorable police work, a dedication to helping others, and a love of running. He served as Chairman of Cops for Kids with Cancer after beating his own prognosis to help provide financial support for children currently battling the disease. Coulter joined the Massachusetts State Police in 1974 and served for almost 45 years, during which time he ran over 20 triathlons and over 150 marathons including the Boston Marathon.

The State Police Association of Massachusetts members are participating in the fun run which will take place at D.W. Field Park, one of Coulter’s favorite training sites. Members will run to remember Coulter. All proceeds from the run will benefit Cops for Kids with Cancer to honor Coulter’s dedication to the charity and to his fellow troopers.

Check-in is at 10 AM and the run will start at 11 AM with all welcome to join in. Participants are welcome to run, jog, or walk the two miles around D.W. Field Park. Donations will be accepted at check-in.