About Blue Line Unlimited
Blue Line Unlimited is committed to serving law enforcement and their families. We provide assistance in the way of benefits for officers killed or injured in the line of duty, as well as providing training, education and equipment.
Attacks on our Police Officers have grown. We are here to show support for the men and women in blue.
“All gave some, some gave all.”
Dan Clementi - President.
Dan received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice at Kent State University in 1989.
He has been married for 25 years and has four children. His oldest son has followed his footsteps into law enforcement.
Ralph Spidalieri - Vice President.
Born In 1969, Grew up in South Euclid and moved to Geauga County where he resides with his daughter Nicole in Munson Twp.
Ralph has 28 years background in law enforcement from age of 19 starting out in corrections at the Euclid City Jail to completing the Police academy at age 20. Ralph spent most of his career with the Shaker Heights Police Department as a Corporal in the Traffic Division and also a member of SWAT as a Counter Sniper. He is currently a commissioned peace officer with the Mahoning County Sheriff office.
Ralph is also the founder of Great Lakes Outdoor Supply He started in 1999 consisting of 4 retail locations in northern Ohio that serves the needs of Hunters, Fishermen, Archers, Campers and Shooting Sports enthusiasts.
Ralph also serves as Geauga County Commissioner since 2012 with his key responsibilities overseeing the County budget of over 100 Million dollars annually and oversees 11 departments with over 250 employees.
Ralph has spent a lifetime supporting and promoting law enforcement and the officers that serve.
Jim Bucks - Secretary.
Jim started in law enforcement as an auxiliary officer for the City of Bedford in 1985. Then hired as a full-time officer by the City of Warrensville Hts. in 1986, serving there until 1997, when hired by the City of Shaker Hts. Here, Jim had the honor of serving with Ralph Spidalieri and Dan Clementi. The three also worked together with the SWAT team (1*). Bucks was forced to retire in Sept. 2001 as he began his 16th year, due to health reasons. With this personal experience, he knows the devastation of a career ending incident. That’s what Blue Line Unlimited is about and his commitment to help others.
Jim is married, with three grown boys.