Lisa Spann, Can-Can Follies organizer, presented Hundley a letter from the Ram Foundation prior to Adopt-A-Cop’s 5K. The letter housed a $1,000 donation to the 100 Club of Lamar County in Hundley’s honor.
“Thank y’all very much for coming out,” Hundley said choked up with gratitude, after Spann handed him the microphone. “Thank you for the support of the 100 club. It’s one of those deals we hope we never have to use. But it’s there to give some people a good piece of mind.”
Furthermore, Hundley said the donation came as a surprise.
“I was surprised, and had no idea this was coming,” he said. “I’m also very proud and honored that this went to the 100 Club of Lamar County for all of our First Responders. A huge thank you to the RAM Foundation.”
“Dear Lisa,” the letter stated, “enclosed, please find a check in the amount of $1,000 made payable to the 100 Club of Lamar County, which is being made in honor of all the hard work and dedication Bob Hundley gave to the club, the city of Paris, and the Paris Police Department.“
About the 100 Club of Lamar County from its website:
The 100 Club is a volunteer membership organization managed by a board of directors elected by members. Support is provided to Law enforcement, Fire, EMS and Corrections in Lamar County to dependent families of a public servant “killed in the line of duty.” The fallen officer will collect benefits from the entity they work for. However, we provide a first check of $10,000 immediately to the family as soon as possible.