Floor hockey game raises funds for murder victim's toddler son

Players gather around toddler Blake Kelloway, whose dad Craig was murdered in Calgary. The group...

Players gather around toddler Blake Kelloway, whose dad Craig was murdered in Calgary. The group broke a world-record for floor hockey and raised $34,000 for Blake's future. (Supplied image)

Shawn Logan, Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 9:47 AM ET

CALGARY - Robbed of his father while just a baby, young Blake Kelloway now has a bright future thanks to 60 gruelling hours of floor hockey.

Now 18 months old, Blake was an infant when his father, popular Calgary teacher Craig Kelloway, was murdered at an Auburn Bay home last May.

Blake’s mom, Kim Warcop, had spit with Kelloway prior to his tragic death, leaving her with nothing from insurance and the prospect of raising her son alone.

Enter Paul D’Angelo of Calgary’s Clearwater Academy, a co-worker and friend of Warcop, who wanted to make sure the now fatherless tot didn’t miss out on opportunities as he grows older.

“I volunteered at both hockey marathon games in Chestermere and this seemed like a good way to put some money together,” said D’Angelo, referring to the Hockey Marathon for Kids, which twice broke Guinness World Records for the longest ice hockey game, raising cash for Alberta Children’s Hospital.


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