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Tarrant County Blue, a local non-profit organization, is calling for donations to support the family of fallen officer Garrett Hull, an undercover officer with the Fort Worth Police Department, fatally injured Sept. 14. Donations are accepted in any denomination.

Hull was shot at Los Vaqueros Bar on Biddison Street and died 21 hours later. All monies raised through the organization will be donated to the Hull family, which includes Hull’s wife and their two daughters.

“We would like to give 100 percent of the funds raised to Hull’s family to show our support for Officer Hull’s dedication to making our hometowns safe to raise our families and to own our businesses,” said Greg Morse, co-founder of Tarrant County Blue and CEO of Worthington National Bank. “We want to make this fundraising request to pay his next of kin, which is Tarrant County Blue’s mission.”

Tarrant County Blue was formed in 2004 by then 14-year-old co-founder Logan Morse and her father, Greg Morse, and raises money for families of fallen officers of Tarrant County through memberships.

Tax-deductible donations may be made by check to:

Tarrant County Blue

P.O. Box is 1659

Fort Worth, Texas 76102

For more information about Tarrant County Blue, to join, volunteer or donate, visit the website at tarrantcountyblue.org or contact Sammie Slocum at sammieslocum@worthingtonbank.com

– FWBP Staff

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