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Susan Hight: a ‘fierce force of nature’ when it comes to cherishing children

This Unsung Hero is a "beautiful human being" who gives her heart to kids.

Seattle’s Child is proud to partner with the state Department of Children, Youth and Families Strengthening Families Washington to honor outstanding caregivers doing important work on behalf of children.

All month long, we’ll introduce you to Unsung Heroes from around the state: biological parents, grandparents, foster and adoptive parents. Some volunteer at local schools; some have started nonprofits; some mentor others in their communities. Enjoy their stories.

 

Susan Hight, Bothell

I am nominating this person not only because she is my sister but because she is a beautiful human being.

She is a fierce force of nature doing everything she can to take care of all the children who enter her home and out in the community. I am proud of her with her confidence, perseverance and dedication. She has really held her head high. I appreciate her approach to manage things at home as well as work.

A person like her deserves heartfelt appreciation for everything she does.

Nominator: Dayjah Hight

 

More Unsung Heroes:

Cristal Moreno stays positive despite fire and other challenges

Everett mom discovered how powerful her voice could be

Shrounda Selivanoff is a kinship caregiver, a role model and a force for change

 

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