He is a part of a local charity called Running 4 Life, which provides financial support to families whose children are diagnosed with cancer. The charity has given tens of thousands of dollars to local families to offset costs for transportation, housing needs and other expenses due to treatment, according to OSHP. The group also provides donations to local cancer research programs.
“I am very proud to have Tim represent our post and the entire community we serve,” Lt. Brian Aller of the Springfield Post said. “He truly embodies what it means to be an asset to society and a trooper with the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Webb began working with the Springfield Dispatch Center in 2003. Since he began with the district, he “has consistently exhibited an excellent work ethic and attitude,” according to the OSHP.
“Douglas is always willing to go the extra mile to assist the public, a co-worker, a trooper or a supervisor. He shows a sense of urgency when needed, but still remains calm in tense situations,” a statement from the OSHP said.
This is the fifth time he has been selected as the Springfield Dispatch Center’s Dispatcher of the Year.
“I am proud to have Douglas represent our Dispatch Center which includes Clark, Champaign, Union and Logan counties,” Aller said. “He embodies what it means to be a public servant, and is an asset to both the public and the division.”