Odessa (TX) Dispatcher Tina Jones in Need of Support
Public Safety Communications dispatcher Tina Jones with the
City of Odessa, Texas is currently in the Critical Care Unit at Medical
Center Hospital in Odessa, TX. She has been there for 2 weeks today,
suffering from complications of a disease called Myasthenia Gravis. She
has been on a ventilator since Nov 26th.
Tina was diagnosed with the disease last February and was
forced to retire, and give up her position as a Communication's
Supervisor which she had held for many, many years. She made a
remarkable recovery (remission) and was able to come out of the
medically forced retirement, and had gone back to work part time,
working her way back to full time for the past several months, and was
in the process of applying for the supervisor position again, and
getting her benefits ( insurance, etc) back in force, when the disease
took her in a reverse direction yet again. She would have had her 20
years of service completed in 2014......
Tina has been a huge supporter and follower of 911 Cares for as
long as I can remember, and always kept a jar on the dispatch counter
for everyones spare change, and I have no doubt ya'll have spoken to her
several times over the years. I can't even begin to imagine what her
medical expenses will be totalling up to, but her medications alone to
control the disease were unbelievably high before this setback.
While donations to assist with her medical expenses would be
fantastic, cards and letters of encouragement would also be appreciated
to keep her spirits up. If that is something possible that could be put
out there, please call or email me and I will put your company in touch
with a fellow friend of Tina's who is able to give more up to date
information and a local address to ensure she receives them in a timely
Thank you for your time and consideration.
1024 Breezewood Dr
**Please make sure if you send a card that you put Layers of Hope - Quilting 911 on it so they know where you got their information from**