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Widow Of Fallen Fort Worth Officer Launches Campaign Of Kindness In Husband’s Memory
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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The widow of a fallen Fort Worth officer has come up with an idea to preserve her husband’s legacy and she needs the public’s help.

It’s an idea she calls Mission 3105.

When Sabrina Hull posted a video just a few days ago she wasn’t sure it would catch fire.

But now after nearly 200,000 views in just three days, her simple request for people to perform acts of kindness in memory of her husband is getting a lot of support.


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