Zaevion Dobson impacted all of those who knew him. Sunday afternoon, President Obama expressed his condolences in a tweet.
Dobson, called “Zae” by friends and family, jumped on top of three girls to protect them from the gunfire. He was the only one hit, police said. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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He was memorialized Friday night, a day after he was shot to death while trying to protect others from gunfire.
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A gofundme page has been set up in Zaevions honor. If you would like to donate click on this link. https://www.gofundme.com/longlivezae
There has also been a scholarship fund set up to honor Zaevion. This fund will be used to give a scholarship to a deserving senior each year at Fulton High School. You can donate here