Jim met Roxie through mutual friends and co-workers. Jim could tell that she was a very genuine and kind-hearted person. He volunteered with the Black Dog shelter; and called Roxie my friend.
After many years of spending time with Roxie and her family, Jim saw her passion for helping not only the victims of domestic violence, but also the children that innocently became involved. Her heart and passion never punched a time clock for her clients. She worked so hard to protect them and provide resources for them at any hour, day or night.
Roxie left a huge void in people’s hearts when she passed, and when the opportunity was presented to Jim to be a part of Roxie’s Hope, he knew instantly he wanted to be involved. To help put her vision into a reality so that her name and stories of everyone she helped will live on forever.
He is grateful to have known Roxie and be a part of Roxie’s Hope.