Lisé Crouch, nominated by her husband Robert Crouch, is a dedicated member of the Central Indiana community.
Lisé is the coordinator for Hendricks County Emergency Management where she is responsible for several facets of emergency work from training to disaster assistance. Lisé has dispersed more than 1,000 weather radios to elderly county residents to alert them of impending severe storms. Currently, she holds the position of Training Chair for District 5 agencies and has earned her certification as a Professional Emergency Manager, the only person in Hendricks County with that distinction.
As a part-time employee, Lisé has also served as a volunteer firefighter/first responder for more than 24 years. Previously, Lisé worked in the environmental emergency response field where she became the first woman in Indiana to earn her certification as an NFPA Hazardous Materials Specialist.
"Anthem Angels…Honoring Everyday Heroes" was established by the Indianapolis Colts and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to pay tribute to Hoosier "First Respondents" who may have received little or no recognition for the strides they have made to help others in human-service related professions.
In honor of Lisé's heroism, she received four (4) VIP Club Seat Tickets to the Colts game, a feature story with her photo in the Colts gameday magazine (the Scout), as well as on-field recognition at the game.
Nominations are still being accepted for upcoming 2012 home games. For more information about Anthem Angels, presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, please visit: www.colts.com/anthemangels.