Lumpkin County Mourns Death of 911 Communications Officer Who Died Suddenly

March 31, 2024
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Lumpkin County Mourns Death of 911 Communications Officer Who Died Suddenly

The Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office reported last week the death of Mallory Roberts, a 911 Communications Officer, who died unexpectedly from a stroke. Sheriff Stacy M. Jarrard released the announcement, sharing the news of the loss to the community and providing information on a GoFundMe page set up by Roberts’ family.

Mallory Roberts served as a critical part of the county’s emergency response team. Her role involved coordinating with emergency services and providing assistance to residents during crises.

In the wake of her passing, Roberts’ daughter, Kelsey, created a GoFundMe page to seek financial support for the family. The fundraiser aims to alleviate the financial challenges faced by the family, with Mallory Roberts having been the primary earner.

The GoFundMe page details the family’s situation and asks for contributions to help them during this time. It also invites the community to share thoughts and prayers for the family.

The Lumpkin County community has started responding to the call for support, with donations coming in through the GoFundMe page. The funds raised are intended to assist the Roberts family in coping with the financial impact of Mallory Roberts’ sudden death.

For further details or to make a donation, individuals can visit the GoFundMe page linked by the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office.


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