SWAP Farm manager Jeff Dishmon and Correctional Deputy Samantha Freese in a clip from the video.
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office posted a tear jerker of a video to Facebook today showing SWAP Farm manager Jeff Dishmon after Correctional Deputy Samantha Freese and other deputies pitched in to get Dishmon special glasses that for the first in his life allowed him “to see all the colors.”
See what happens for yourself in the video below:
Read the Humboldt Sheriff's Office Facebook post below:
"It’s a different world”
Today Correctional Deputy and Sheriff’s SWAP Farm Manager Jeff Dishmon saw color for the first time. Correctional Deputy Samantha Freese and Dishmon have worked together for eight years at the Humboldt County Correctional Facility. Over the years the two have grown close, nicknaming each other “Grandpa” and “Granddaughter”. Dishmon has been color blind his whole life, which has sometimes been a source of frustration for him and others around him. Freese and other correctional deputies pitched in to purchase #enchroma glasses for Dishmon and presented them to him today at the Sheriff’s SWAP Farm. The results were incredible. #trynottocry