KPD says Thank You

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Kennedale Police Chief Tommy Williams says the response from the community in the last several weeks has been overwhelmingly positive with words, cards, food and prayers. {{more: read more …}}
As a way of thanks, he posted the following statement on the KPD Facebook page.
“The Kennedale community has always been supportive, but we have been overwhelmed with your thoughtfulness in recent weeks. On behalf of the men and women of the Kennedale Police Department, I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has offered their thoughts, prayers, cards, and food following the tragedies in Dallas and Baton Rouge.
Please know that we appreciate each and every one of these kindnesses.
While several dropped off items quietly and anonymously, those we know of include Emerald Hills Funeral Home & Memorial Park, EECU Credit Union, Mansfield Baptist Church, Dr. Mike and Barbara Walker, Serena Dinwiddie, Phil Wallace and Brody, Jason and Julie Webb, the Crisp family, and Jarrett and Lili for their cupcakes.
Many of you also delivered cards with personal notes for our employees. We especially want to thank McKinley, Reagan, Jarrett, and Lili for the extra time they took to hand-make their beautiful cards. All of the cards were posted in the briefing room so officers could see them each day as they went to work. It reminds us of why we are here and who we do this job for.
The entire City of Kennedale staff is proud to work in and for this wonderful community. We care about the jobs we do and we hope you approve of how we do them.
Because you so kindly thanked us, we would like to say “thank you” to all of you for caring for us. Please know that no matter what happens, your Kennedale Police Department will always be here ready to serve and protect you.”
? Chief Tommy Williams

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