19th Annual David J Good Memorial Run

The 19th Annual David J. Good Memorial Run honoring Lionville Firefighters killed in the line of duty will be held on Saturday, July 8, 2017.

Registration opens at 8:00am at Lionville Fire Company on South Village Avenue.  The 5K run/walk starts at 9:00am followed by the start on a 1 mile run/walk at 9:05am.

The 5K course runs through the Marchwood development:   South Village Ave; right on Andover Dr; right on Concord Ave; left on Colonial Dr; right on Devon Dr; right on Concord Ave; left on Morris Rd; right on Glendale Rd; left on South Village Ave

Cash awards to the top 3 male and female runners; medals to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place male and female runners by age group.

For more information, contact Sue Bernhard @   610-363-9450 or sbernhard@uwchlan.com 

Download the brochure/regisration form below.

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David J. Good...On March 9, 1998 emergency workers from Lionville Fire Company and Uwchlan Ambulance Corps were responding to an accident just west of the Downingtown exit of the PA Turnpike. Dave Good was killed and 10 others were injured when a tractor trailer lost control and crashed into the rescue scene. David J. Good made the ultimate sacrifice as a volunteer and for that reason, this race is dedicated in his name. An employee of Uwchlan Township for eight years, he was a volunteer in the Lionville Fire Company for five years when he was killed in the line of duty. David was survived by his wife, Mary Ann and two sons, Jonathan and Jason.

Charles H. Martin Jr... In 1965, while attempting to extinguish a burning tree limb, Charlie came in contact with a fallen power line and was electrocuted. A well-known Chester County farmer, Charlie was survived by his wife, Nancy, and three childred, Nancy, Charles and Dennis.

Jonathan S. Windle Jr... In 1966, while helping with the construction of the company's new fire house, Jonathan fell from a ladder and suffered a fatal skull fracture. A planning engineer for Boeing Vertol Co., Jonathan was survived by his wife, Verda, and two childred, Russell and Darlene.