It was the first time Sharon got to meet Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies Brian Shiverdecker and Kyle Baranyi. “I cannot express to you how much my son means to me and how much I appreciate the efforts each of you took on that day,” Hart told the officers. “I hope this little bit of truly heartfelt recognition will demonstrate the effect that your heroic actions had for us… My family, as well as this community, are privileged to have your hard work and dedication looking out for us every day on your job.”
The two officers admitted that it’s rare to know what happens after they respond to a call.
The deputies said it’s rare to know what happens after they respond to a call. They said they were just doing their job.
“We just gave mom what she wanted,” said Deputy Shiverdecker. “And that’s her kid home.”
Sharon has provided care for her son in her home for the past year with home health, and now hospice, support. She says she is grateful every day for the heroes who saved her son’s life.”I just thank God every day, you know, that I wake up and he wakes up. And, as long as he’s here I”m happy,” said Hart.
Pictured, left to right, are Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Social Worker Joshua Meeker, Deputy Brian Shiverdecker, Sharon Hart and Deputy Kyle Baranyi.