"Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends." - John 15:13
In the early morning hours of May 29, 2020. Law Enforcement Officer, Deputy Caleb Rule, from Precinct 4 Constables office, Fort Bend County was tragically killed while seeking to protect and serve our community. Rule was married with four children, including a daughter scheduled to graduate from high school Friday night.
While resources will be available to this family via fine organizations like the 100 Club, etc., there will never be enough money to even come close to replacing this loss for this young, large family. This man was a family man and we can honor him by assisting his family. Caleb died protecting and serving -- his family could use all the support possible.
We are seeking to raise funds to place into the hands of the surviving spouse, Eden Rule. We do not know her personally but we are deeply moved by this loss, know we're not alone, and we will ensure that any dime raised is placed into her hands to assist with this tragedy. We simply started this as a way for many to express their condolences and heartfelt appreciation for this man protecting and serving - and to help the family he loved.
Our names are Deron & Debra Harrington and we're 21 year residents of Sienna Plantation subdivision in Missouri City, TX. Deron is an attorney/CPA and Dede teaches school here in Sienna. We live in the Steep Bank West portion of Sienna - maybe a mile away from where this tragically occurred. Noreen Covey, another Sienna resident and business owner has joined in the effort. We invite anyone else to join in the fundraising effort including becoming team members in this effort (just click join the fundraiser) or contact us and we will send you a link add you to the GoFundMe info.
OTHER OPTIONS for direct payment via check (most important thing is to contribute):
1) mail in check payment -- can do so by writing check payable to "Eden Rule" - the surviving spouse and mail directly to:
Constable Precinct 4
12919 Dairy Ashford, Suite 300
Sugar Land, TX 77478
2) check or cash option - Memorial fund has been established at Brazos Valley Schools Credit union: The Caleb Rule Memorial Fund. Any BVSCU location can be contacted. Checks should be made out to the memorial fund.
If anyone has any questions about these efforts to assist this family then you are welcome to contact us at 832-605-6131 anytime. God bless and thank you for your support of this family and outstanding deputy tragically lost in the line of duty.
"Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed. Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow."
- Isaiah 1:17
“Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?“ - John 14:1-2
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