Skiatook businesses donating sales to 911 dispatcher’s family

SKAITOOK, Okla. — Several businesses in Skiatook are rallying together to donate some of their sales to the family of Heath Cox, a 911 dispatch supervisor who died in December.

Cox passed away from COVID-19 complications on Christmas morning. He had worked for the city of Skiatook for 23 years.

On Friday, Jan. 14, several Skiatook area businesses will donate ten percent of their sales to Cox’s family:

  • Mac’s BBQ
  • Bulldog 100 Wood Fired Pizza
  • Skiatook Daylight Donuts
  • Charlie’s Chicken
  • Taco Bueno
  • The Market on Main
  • Solid Rock Soap Company
  • Skiatook Pawn Shop
  • The Sausage Brothers
  • Boulevard Nutrition
  • G3 Sports Cuts
  • SEAC a Touch of Class
  • DeClue Family Chiropractic

Additionally, American Legion will donate portions of its sales, including burgers and more, on Thursday, Jan. 13.

Ollie Pop Designs in Sperry will donate ten percent of its sales Jan. 12 through Jan. 15.

Stump Man LLC will donate $20 from some of its trees sold and planted from Jan. 10 to Jan. 15, and will donate a tree to the family.





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