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VIDEO: Deputy's widow celebrates anniversary of special needs center
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Alisa Whiteman and her husband, the late Deputy Sheldon Whiteman, wanted to do something to help special needs kids.

It was a bittersweet milestone for Alisa Whiteman, who remembered the third anniversary of her husband’s death Friday afternoon, and the one year anniversary the center, which bears her husband’s name, has been open helping children with special needs.

Deputy Sheldon Whiteman was killed when he lost control of his patrol car on the morning of January 23, 2020 while involved in a chase.

The Whitemans had dreamed of opening a center to help children with special needs, the Whitemans have a son with special needs.  

Alisa Whiteman went through the grieving process, but opted to leave the past behind and look toward the future.

Watch our VIDEO below:

VIDEO: Dep. Sheldon Whiteman

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