NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS FANS OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Originally from WV I spent 10 yrs in the US Army. I married into the Patriots family in 1993 and have been a “wicked” big Pats fan since then. After getting out of the military, I lived in Providence for 4 years then relocated to NC in 2000. I’m a proud Patriots fan and definitely let people know it! I recently semi-retired from my full-time position at Duke and although I will be seeking a part-time position in the near future I'm in no hurry to get back to work. I’m excited to be part of club and am looking forward to helping out with as many of the events as I can and meeting more Pats fans! GO PATS!!!!
relocated from Massachusetts to NC to MA to NC. She all things New England except the weather. She's tropical (born and raised in Jamaica) as she likes to say! She been a Patriots fan as long as she's been in the United States.
At 6ft and with her big smile you won't miss her! Sherika works in financial services professional, is also a Weekend Warrior in the Army Reserves and works part time as an assistant Instructor at Wake Tech Com. Coll.
This is the second year that Bryana has been a part of the New England Patriots Fan Club of North Carolina. She tries to attend every event and finds comfort in the passionate spirit of each Pats Fan Club member. Rarely without her leg extensions (a.k.a. heels), she stands at a gigantic 4 foot 11 inches. When she’s not cheering at the fan club, Bryana has her own special events company that promotes brands through creative experiences called Bryana Renee.
a native of Sacco Maine and NY. My wife of over 40 years, Sue and I have attended with the gang for 9 seasons. Been a fan since day 1 and actually share a birth day with the New England Patriots 2/20. Some people know me as the Commander in Cheer – the First Down Guy or just Russ. "That's another Patriots First Down — GO PATS!"
is from New Hampshire, so she is a huge New England sports fan, but the Patriots hold the most special place in her heart! She has been part of the New England Patriots Fans of North Carolina group since she moved to Raleigh in 2012. Outside of cheering on her favorite team, she does a lot of volunteer work for a golden retriever rescue as well as volunteer work advocating for children of Wake County. Come say hi – Jenna loves to meet fellow Patriots fans!
every game is front and center with the 50/50 girls. Always friendly and greeting the fans she has become a mainstay with the NEPFNC. Born in California, later moving to Philly, finishing high school in VA Beach, Denver for 10 years, Blacksburg, then Raleigh. She wasn't born into it but as die hard as they come. Magda is a operations professional with SDS logistics. This is Magda's 5th year with the NC Pats Fans crew.
was born and raised in New England, he has been in NC for 6 years after being relegated to Bengals and Browns broadcasts for 3 years in Ohio. He enjoys movies, all Boston sports, and spending time with my family. It hasn't always been easy to be a Pats fan, so he is enjoying this tremendously.
we always give back to our community. Never feel obligated but we always try and use our good fortune and family like group to help others.
Regardless of what you do in life, ALWAYS be passionate. We will do whatever we can to make this the best Patriots game day experience possible.
first stepped into Brickhouse sports bar and experienced the official New England Patriots Fan Club of North Carolina two years ago, and this is her first year with NEPFNC. Originally from Maine, I moved to North Carolina in '04 for college. Last year, I started with UNC Hospital and moved from Greensboro to Durham. She follows most sports in all seasons, but not nearly as much as her beloved Patriots.
has been a Pats fan for 35 years. She grew up all over New England, living in Western Mass, Maine, and Rhode Island. She has called Raleigh home for nearly 24 years. Sandi is an actor/singer, and has been very active in the Raleigh Theatre Community for years, doing both professional and community shows. By day, she works for the City of Raleigh in the Office of Raleigh Arts. She looks forward to getting to know all the other fans. GO PATS!!!
Headed south in 2004 from MA where he was raised to be a die hard Patriots fan. This fan club was a way of finding other fans who shared that intense love for the Patriots. As a survivor of The Station nightclub fire and co-founder of the Station Family Fund, Todd refocused his energy to helping others. That commitment to charity is seen in the club’s annual events that include supporting 1 in 9 (Breast Cancer Awareness), North Raleigh Ministry Food Pantry, and the USMC Toys for Tots drive. You will find Todd up front at any game day event