Local Law Enforcement and Granbury Fire Station 1 Receive Recognition from Local Citizens and Businesses

Local Law Enforcement and Granbury Fire Station 1 Receive Recognition from Local Citizens and Businesses

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From l-r: Granbury Fire Chief Brent Blackman, Police Chief Mitch Galvan and Sheriff Roger Deeds

July 19, 2016-At tonight’s Granbury City Council Meeting Carrie Bellamy of Edward Jones Investments, on behalf of local citizens and businesses,  presented Sheriff Roger Deeds, Granbury Police Chief Mitch Galvan and Granbury Fire Chief Brent Blackman with Grumps Gift cards and cases of water to be given out to their respective departments.

Several local businesses and citizens came together to say “Thank You” to the men and women who bravely serve our community.

“For your daily service and bravery protecting our community and for going the ‘Extra Mile’ for the people of Granbury and Hood County; we join together to acknowledge your dedication and service. Because of this dedication, we enjoy a more secure and safe place which to live. May God bless each of you. We pray coverage and safety over you each day” Bellamy read from a letter that will be included with each gift.

Between the Police and Sheriff’s Department there are 170 employees, all of which received a Grumps gift card. The group also presented 225 cases of bottled water to Granbury Fire Station 1.

The following businesses and families help bring these gifts together:

  • Carrie, Chris and Angela Bellamy/Edward Jones
  • Faye Landham
  • City Council Member Gary Couch
  • Jon and Kim Irwin
  • Cindy Peters and Family
  • John Lewis
  • Rich Merrill Family
  • Mike and Donna Loter/Christian Brothers Automotive
  • Brad and Beverly Bartlett
  • Bob and Julia Pannell
  • Romeo and Judy Bachand
  • Mike and Dusty Scovel
  • Eddie and Merrie Cardin
  • J.C. Campbell Family
  • Jean Cate and Family
  • Grumps