Serving the Youth of Milford Since 1966 Home of the 2011 Midget National Cheer Champions
2011 and 2014 Junior Pee Wee Football New England Regional Champions
Welcome to Milford Pop Warner Football & Cheer. We are Milford's LARGEST youth Football and Competitive Cheer league with over 440 children participating in six divisions.
The mission of the Milford Pop Warner organization is “to enable children to benefit from participation in team sports and activities in a safe and structured environment. Through this active participation, Milford programs teach fundamental values, skills and knowledge that children will use throughout their lives”.
All coaches are now certified in the USA football Heads Up Football
As you have all just seen, we have now shared with you the Fundraising T-Shirt form in SUPPORT of our very own Honcz Family, specifically, Joey Honcz!
While Joey has not played football in our league for the past several seasons, his sister is a Cheerleader for our Program, and his Mom, Christina is one of our Coaches. Joey is only 10 years old and was recently diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma...While Joey has an AMAZING family; group of medical professionals; friends and support around him, we are now asking for our League to show its support with the Joey Honcz T-Shirts. This is just our way of showing Joey and his family that we are here for him/them and we are supporting them!
Please simply print up the form and order just one T-Shirt for a family member and wear it with pride so we can all show the Honcz Family that we are here for them.
The form has a mailing address and e-mail address for any questions.
Dean Debiase, a long time volunteer and coach for our league recently won the Community Champion Award from Peoples Bank, where he is an employee. This award is given to employees who do outstanding volunteer work within the community. Employees who win this award are given a $500.00 check to their named non profit organization. Dean has asked that Peoples Bank write the check to Milford Pop Warner and specifically to the Charles F Boyle Scholarship. Great job Dean and Congratulations!
Charlie Boyle was born on June 30, 1960, the third of nine children. A family that today would have its own show on TLC, likely titled The Boyle Brood, unfortunately Charles Sr. and Carol started their family 40 years before the reality television boom. Charlie grew up in New Milford, NJ, and with eight siblings to blame things on; he was able to get away with a lot. But in most ways Charlie enjoyed a typical childhood full of family, friends and fun.
The highlight of his young life coming in 1969 when the Amazin’ Mets won the World Series and thus begun Charlie’s long suffering love affair with the Metropolitans. He was, however, able to avoid the lure of Broadway Joe Namath and the Super Bowl winning Jets to be an avid N.Y. Giants fan.
Charlie attended New Milford High School, class of 1978, where among other activities; he was a member of the wrestling team, after years of honing his skills against his brothers and, despite his mother’s objections, his sisters.
Charlie began working for Shared Technologies in 1982 as a dispatcher. It might have been Charlie’s work ethic that saw him climb the corporate ladder to Regional Manager, but it was his devilish good looks that caught the attention of fellow employee. It was in 1995 when Charlie met the love of his life and co-worker, Lauren Hart. Charlie and Lauren found their way to Connecticut in 1997, following the path of Charlie’s ancestors to Old Milford, or Milford as it is actually known. They were married on February 14, 1999.
Charlie and Lauren were soon blessed with a son Jimmy in 1999 and again with twin daughters Hailey and Kari in 2004. Charlie was a loving and involved father, including spending seven years as Special Teams Coach for the Milford Eagles Pop Warner football team. He led that team to a birth in the Pop Warner Super Bowl in Disney World because special teams win championships.
Charlie was always known for his sense of humor, a positive attitude and a heart of gold. Charlie was also a fighter, growing up he fought with his siblings, in high school he fought in a wrestling ring, as a business man he fought to start his own company, TelServ in 2002, as a husband…well he knew better, with his children he fought to convince them to be Mets fans as the Yankees and Red Sox kept winning titles. He also fought in a hospital bed, more often than anyone should have to and he won most of those fights. That’s what makes Charlie Boyle’s life an inspiration, he had to fight for it and because he had to fight for it, he made the most out of every moment. Unfortunately he lost his last fight and Charlie Boyle Jr. entered peace on January 29, 2014.
About the Cause
This trust has been established for Jimmy, Hailey and Kari, to aid in their education and provide them with the bright future Charlie had envisioned for them. We are asking for you to pick up the fight for Charlie and any support you can give is greatly appreciated.
To make a donation please send a check payable to The Charles F. Boyle Family Trust to:
3395 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614
C/O Dean DeBiase
On behalf of the Lauren, Jimmy, Hailey, Kari and the entire Boyle family we thank you for your thoughts, prayers and support.