Jimmy and Kerrie Rabben, #20: Warriors Team Loves Each Other
The West Bloomfield parents of Brother Rice senior Jordan Rabben were thrilled to be at Ford Field despite three losses by a combined four points.
Brother Rice High School students and alumni love the school, and the football parents love and support their Warriors. While the team played on the field, Patch went into the stands to tell the stories of the parents who help make everything possible.
Names: Jimmy and Kerrie Rabben
Hometown: West Bloomfield
Connection: Son Jordan Rabben, #20, is a senior strong safety.
Favorite moment from the season: "Being here, no doubt about it. We lost about three games by four points and we made it here," said Jimmy Rabben.
What makes Brother Rice special?: "It's a family, honestly, this football team, they love each other. They have something special together," said Kerrie Rabben.
Check out other Warriors in the Crowd:
- Alberto Sandoval, #94: 'It's the Whole Thing'
- Vera Muzzillo, #8: 'Sense of Community' Makes Brother Rice Special
- Michelle Forster Armstrong, #80: 'It Takes a Community to Raise a Child'
- Brian Roney, #8: Team is a 'Band of Brothers'
- Jim Skylis, #49: Warriors 'Play Together, as a Team'
- Beverly Boerkel: 'We've Always Been Connected' with Warriors
- Ken Carlson, #93: 'History Repeating' for Football Family
- Paul Forster, #80: 'It's a Very Disciplined Group of Boys'
To read more about these dedicated parents, check out the Warriors in the Crowd Page on Patch.