Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Loss of Dispatchers Husband

Dawn “Hoodie” Davis has just experienced the loss of her husband. On Sunday morning she awoke to hearing him fall, she called 911, and started CPR. The medics worked on him also but he did not survive.
Hoodie has worked as a telecommunicator for over 26 years. They had been married for over 21 years. Hoodie is the “go team” person in our center, she trains new employees, always has us all laughing and is one of those people who would do anything for anyone here. They had no life insurance on her husband, so any donations to help with funeral expenses would be appreciated. But even more, condolence cards from other dispatchers to let her know this profession not only takes care of the responders and the public, but we take care of our own. I just want her to know how much she means to us and this profession.
Cards can be mailed to:
White County Communications/E911 Center
P.O. Box 613
Monticello, In 47960

ATTN: Dawn “Hoodie” Davis

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