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almost 3 years ago
45 articles submitted
Source: Ft. Worth Sta Telegramr
May 25, 2011
I was thinking about what robo said, while it wouldnt be practicial to pay for her dinner maybe we could all get together and send her some t-shirts from our depts or something similiar to let her know she is still part of the LE family. I'd be willing to send one, any Ft Worth LEOs on this site that could maybe help us out wit the logistics?
Thank God for young people such as this and for LonnaNJ's contribution.Sounds like two of the same type of wonderful individuals.
There are some debt that can never be paid on this earth. Dad is very proud. Submitter has something in his eye....can not continue.
You don't have to know this officer to know he was a good man....you can tell he was by the way he raised his daughter. Kudos to her...(sniffle).
Bump ESU, As far as your story what's the chance of that happening in Manhattan? *Karma. Glad you got the opportunity to meet the deceased's family, and they had a chance to get a little more needed closure from you. Post 911, Upon leaving Manhattan and heading back to Jersey, My daughters and I saw a lone officer in the Mcdonalds (possibly the one on broadway)sipping on a coffee. He looked depressed as well as fatigued and was constantly looking down at his cup. I just had the feeling that we could do something a little bit more before we left Manhattan. I offered him a few dollars to pay for his meal, and what he said to me was "Thank you. I can't really take this, but You know what, give it to the FD, they could use it." I'll never forget the selflessness of this officer, and As for this little girl, the apple doesn't fall far from the Tree*
What a sweetheart! Another bump to Robocop as well!
Bump Robocop33 ,
God Bless that young lady she is an awesome young lady and her uncles should be proud to pick up her check.
bump esu and robocop...
i had a similar gesture happen to me as well. let's you know that doing the job with honor does reflect on others. wish her all the best. truly an awesome young lady!
Great story and wonderful gesture by the young lady. Her Dad must be smiling down on her right about now.
What a great gesture by such a heart filled little girl. Her father must be very proud. Thank you for sharing!
What an amazing person. People like her make this job worth doing everyday.
Brings tears to my eyes. I think that this young lady should be able to have all of her checks for eating out picked up by her 'Uncles' who still serve. I know I would be proud to buy her breakfast, lunch, or dinner any time. God Bless you Kay, we love you as we loved your Dad.
What a great gesture by such a heart filled little girl. Her father must be very proud
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