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Video: Virginia Trooper's Widow Gets Mother's Day Surprise

May 09, 2016  | 

VIDEO: Virginia Trooper's Widow Gets Mother's Day Surprise

The widow of slain Virginia State Police Trooper Chad Dermyer was surprised Friday morning with a Mother's Day gift on the radio, reports WTKR.

Z104's "Z Morning Zoo" lured Michelle Dermyer into its Virginia Beach studios, with the help of her best friend, who emailed the station saying:

"My BFF & co-worker Michelle Dermyer and I listen to you every single day of our lives…" "… I want to do something that will make her smile, especially if it involved you guys! Is there something we can do? I want to make her feel like she still has us in this terrible time."

Trooper Chad Dermyer was killed in the line of duty March 31 during a training exercise in Richmond. He is survived by his wife Michelle and two young children.

Friday morning, Nick, Ashley and Shaggy, hosts of the Z Morning Zoo, surprised Michelle with a morning of gifts for her and her family. The gifts included a makeover and $1,000 shopping spree, tickets and meet and greet passes to this summer's Jason Aldean concert in Virginia Beach, tickets and a VIP experience at a DC United soccer game and a trip to Miami to see Adele perform in concert.


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