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BRAVERY KNOWS NO BREED

CELEBRATING HEROES

who keep our communities safe every day

SUPPORTING DEPENDENTS

of heroes killed in the line of duty

PROVIDING EQUIPMENT

that protects our heroes in the field

FUNDING SCHOLARSHIPS

for officers to further their education in criminal justice

  • When your spouse is killed and you’re holding a newborn, all you can think about is: how am I going to keep going? How am I going to make house payments and car payments…or get groceries and health insurance? The 100 Club paid my mortgage in full, provided money for desperately needed repairs, and put funding in place to send my son to college. I will never have the words to describe my gratitude for what they’ve done.

    Amanda Hurst
    wife of Game Warden Justin Hurst
  • I was 12 years old when I lost my dad. It was a very challenging and confusing time for me. I’d always seen The 100 Club’s stickers, but I never thought in a million years it would impact me personally. I don’t think everyone makes the connection that those donations help an individual. I wouldn’t have been able to go to law school without The 100 Club…they’ve changed the trajectory of my life 100%.

    Derek Dees
    Son of Officer Keith Dees
  • When I told my children that their daddy wasn’t going to live with us anymore, it was the worst day of my life. But The 100 Club turned a nightmare into a livable experience. They helped with the purchase of a new home for my children and me. They made my family debt-free. They were there when my husband was no longer able to provide for us.

    Brandie Wallace
    Wife of Fire Lt. Eric Wallace
  • Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the support my family has received from The 100 Club. It’s been a long 18 months since the Southwest Inn fire, but with all the changes in my world, I’m still working hard at my rehab, improving a little every day for my children and myself. I am truly blessed, and I will be forever grateful to The 100 Club and its supporters.

    Tony Livesay
    Houston Fire Department Rescue 42

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2019 OFFICER OF THE YEAR

Chief 
Paul Gregory
Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department

On the morning of May 29, gunfire erupted at the B Dependable Plumbing Company in Cleveland, resulting in multiple gunshot victims. Numerous law enforcement officers from several agencies responded, locating the suspect and following him to a veterinarian clinic, where he exited his vehicle, still armed, and fled toward the clinic. Fearing for the lives of civilians inside, responding officers intervened, with Liberty County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Richard Whitten physically putting himself between the shooter and the civilians so that they could seek cover. The suspect shot Whitten in the neck, and other officers responded by engaging the suspect with gunfire and calling for help. In response, Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department (TVFD) Chief Paul Gregory arrived and rushed to help officers provide aid to Whitten and the other shooting victims. At the chaotic scene, Gregory, a 30-year veteran of the TVFD, was a critical asset in lifting and moving Whitten to an inbound Life Flight, all the while not knowing where the shooter was but putting himself in harm’s way to save the officer’s life. Chief Gregory’s selfless actions exemplify the utmost service of a firefighter and public servant by putting another life before his own.

2019 OFFICER OF THE YEAR

Chief 
Paul Gregory
Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department

On the morning of May 29, gunfire erupted at the B Dependable Plumbing Company in Cleveland, resulting in multiple gunshot victims. Numerous law enforcement officers from several agencies responded, locating the suspect and following him to a veterinarian clinic, where he exited his vehicle, still armed, and fled toward the clinic. Fearing for the lives of civilians inside, responding officers intervened, with Liberty County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Richard Whitten physically putting himself between the shooter and the civilians so that they could seek cover. The suspect shot Whitten in the neck, and other officers responded by engaging the suspect with gunfire and calling for help. In response, Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department (TVFD) Chief Paul Gregory arrived and rushed to help officers provide aid to Whitten and the other shooting victims. At the chaotic scene, Gregory, a 30-year veteran of the TVFD, was a critical asset in lifting and moving Whitten to an inbound Life Flight, all the while not knowing where the shooter was but putting himself in harm’s way to save the officer’s life. Chief Gregory’s selfless actions exemplify the utmost service of a firefighter and public servant by putting another life before his own.

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