A Facebook post by Roger Faz, the Vice President of the Boerne Police Officers Association states that a former Boerne Police Department Communications Dispatcher, Lydia Robinson, was diagnosed with what is described as aggressive cancer about two and a half years ago and is sadly losing her battle with it. The Boerne Police Officers Association has requested donations from those who are able to assist with monetary donations to do so to help her family with medical expenses and funeral costs.
Robinson is said to have dispatched for seven years for Boerne PD, Fair Oaks Ranch PD, Kendall County SO, Texas Game Wardens, Texas Department of Public Safety, Kendall County EMS, Boerne VFD, Bergheim VFD, Sisterdale VFD, Kendalia VFD, Comfort VFD, Alamo Springs VFD, Waring VFD, and Kendall County Constables for Precincts 1,2,3, and 4.
Lydia Robinson’s husband, John is currently serving as a Patrol Deputy with the Kendall County Sheriff’s Department. The couple has two sons, age 17 and 10.
A fund account has been set up by the Boerne Police Officers Association at Frost Bank. Donations can be deposited at any Frost Bank under the Lydia Robinson Fund and can also be dropped off at the Boerne Police Department at 124 Old San Antonio in Boerne.