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Thread: Son-in-law a Hero

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    Super Member Connie in CO's Avatar
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    I just can't believe it.Bobbie was outside picking-up leaves.He watched his neighbor pull his car into his garage,pull the hose into the garage.Neighbor went over to Bobbie and thanked him for being such a good friend.
    Bob got thinking,he walked over to the neighbor's garage,heard the car running,he ran around the neighborhood for help.Bobbie and another neighbor went into this guy's house and stopped him from killing himself.What a story isn't it?

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    Bless him for helping a soul in need. Perhaps now he will get the help he needs.

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    Bobbie is a wonderful man and he was in the right place at the right time! It makes you wonder what his neighbor was going through...hopefully he can get the help he needs to see life is worth living.
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    WOW! Bless him for saving the mans life. Unfortunately this time of year there are several people that really get depressed.

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    Super Member Connie in CO's Avatar
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    Well looks like the neighbor was off his meds.He's Bi-polor?
    My son-in-law works for the Sheridan Police Department and is trained to do this kind of thing,but he was off duty and doing his everday thing and wasn't in his police mode.

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    So sad that at this time of year people are so depressed that they try things like this.. and thank goodness Bobbie was a straight up thinker! Way to go Bobbie!

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    Bobbie is truly a hero. I think he's one of the Earth Angels-he was in that place at the right time for a reason. Depression is a horrible illness. Thank you and bless you, Bobbie.

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    If he knew i was talking about him and being a hero,he would be all red faced and blushing

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    oh my goodness. Christmas time is hard for some. I'm glad he was there for his neighbor.

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    I have only one son-in-law.I've known him since he was in his teens and before he was even dating my daughter.
    I'm the only one who still calls him Bobbie.

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