19th Annual Enrique "Kiki" Camarena Golf Tournament
The Miami Field Division and the Survivor's Benefit Fund hosted the 19th annual Enrique "Kiki" Camarena Golf Tournament. The annual event is held in memory of DEA Special Agent Kiki Camarena. Agents of the Miami Field Division, where Kiki was assigned early in his career, established the Survivor's Benefit Fund and began the tradition of the golf tournament to raise money for the families of employees, like Kiki, who were killed in the line of duty. The Survivor's Benefit Fund has assisted the families of 38 of the 71 DEA employees who died in the line of duty. The Survivor's Benefit Fund also provides a continuing scholarship fund for their children and supports various programs designed to preserve the memory of our slain colleagues. This year, over 250 participants played in the golf tournament and the event was a great success. In addition to the tournament, a Silent Auction of assorted sports memorabilia was held to raise additional funds. SAC Thomas W. Raffanello thanked all the sponsors, participants and Miami Field Division volunteers that helped make this year's event successful.