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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 safe community, remember why you can go home safely,” Jacobs said. “It is because of the fine men and women [who] get up every day and go to work knowing they may not go home.” County Parks and Recreation, thanked everyone for their collaboration and support in making the park possible. SchenkelShultz Architecture of Orlando designed the park, and general contractor Wharton-Smith Inc., also of Orlando, built it. Orange County Sheriff Deputy Jonathan Scott Pine left behind a wife and three children (center) when he was killed in 2014. www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x March 15 — April 4, 2018 x 11 health services to try to address the cause of some of the violence that exists in the community. Former Commissioner Scott Boyd also spoke and praised Deputy Scott as an amazing man. Boyd was on the board of county commissioners and helped secure the deal to partner with the school district. Orange County Sheriff and Southwest resident Jerry Demings praised the efforts that occurred to make the park possible, so people will never forget the sacrifice Deputy Scott Pine made and the difference deputies make every day in the community. School board member and Southwest resident Pam Gould talked about the love felt in honoring a great man, Scott Pine. She closed with a poem about the stadium. The county presented Bridgett Pine with a street sign — Deputy Scott Pine Park — and then Pine’s family members helped cut the ribbon. WHS’s track team ran around the field, and the school band played for those in attendance. ª The park opened the day before the fourth anniversary of Pine’s death. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office Color Guard and Fife and Drum Corps opened the ceremony. Matt Suedmeyer, manager of Orange District 1 Commissioner and Ocoee resident Betsy VanderLey called the event a celebration of a wonderful life, and District 3 Commissioner Pete Clarke talked about the need to support mental 2018 Don’t just hire anyone to SELL your home! Hire a TRUE PROFESSIONAL with over 13 years in the business and a proven track record. Let my experience in negotiations, staging and marketing your home work to get you TOP DOLLAR in the shortest amount of time. Don’t settle for less, let me get you GLOBAL exposure! 11159 W Colonial Dr, Ocoee, FL 34761 Located in the Old Time Pottery Shopping Center. Amelia Hunter, ABR, CIPS, GRI/Broker Associate Call Amelia Today @ 407 227 5223 or visit www.Ameliasells.com 407-641-5027