Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy Chaplain Robert Dewey spoke at a 9/11 program in September. (Source: Live 5)
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -
For almost three decades, the Rev. Rob Dewey has had a front row seat to tragedy.
As founder of Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy, he's been side-by-side with first responders on almost every murder and unexpected death in the Lowcountry. Dewey also helped Charleston through the heartbreak of the Sofa Super Store Fire that killed nine firefighters, and the church shooting at Mother Emanuel AME, that took the lives of nine worshipers.
Dewey has retired and this past weekend, Charleston said thank you.
We also say thank you, because he has always been a good friend to Live 5.
Dewey has been a source of comfort to hurting and grieving families. We wish him the best in retirement and in his ministry.