Sgt. DeMonte’s Home Mortgage Foundation – GNT NEWS

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation announced that he would pay off the mortgage on Sgt. Dustin DeMonte’s home after he was killed in the line of duty in Bristol.

DeMonte was a 10-year veteran of the force. He is the father of two young children, with a third on the way.

The foundation said it will immediately assume the mortgage on DeMonte’s home. The Tunnel to Towers Fallen First Aid Home Program pays off mortgages for families of first responders who are killed in the line of duty and leave behind young children.

Members of the Bristol community recall how Sgt. Dustin DeMonte touched their lives.

Bristol’s police chief said at just 35 years old, DeMonte has already received accolades and awards, including officer of the year. He was commended for saving a life in 2019 and was a school resource officer at Greene Hills and West Bristol schools.

“These cowardly acts of violence targeting our first responders must stop. Instead of preparing to celebrate the birth of their third child, the DeMonte family now faces a future without a husband and father. Two children will grow up with only memories, while their youngest sibling was robbed of the opportunity to hold them by their dad,” said Tunnel to Towers President and CEO Frank Siller.

For more information about the program, visit their website.

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