CRANFORD - Bob Wischusen, radio voice of the NY Jets and resident of Cranford, donated lunch to workers of the Union County COVID-19 drive-thru testing facility this past week. 

Wischusen also took the time to greet his wife, Julie (red scarf in photo), a nurse who is volunteering her time there. Lunch consisted of an assortment of wraps and salads from The Kilkenny House in Cranford. 

"I started a Gofundme to bring food to health care workers and hospitals during this tough time," said Wischusen. "The folks at the testing sites are there all day and need some food, so it was nice to be able to donate to the site my wife works at."

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Wischusen grew up in Westfield, but moved to Cranford in 1999 where he and his wife, Julie, have raised five children. He has been the radio play by play voice of the New York Jets for the past 19 years, as well as a top broadcaster on ESPN covering college football and basketball.

Wischusen has already donated $2,000 to FLAG (Frontline Appreciation Group of Cranford), and his gofundme has raised nearly $10,000 as of Sunday afternoon. You can donate to his gofundme at the link below. 

https://www.gofundme.com/f/lets-feed-our-heroes