Golden Greshun De Bouse Miraculously Survives Crash En Route to City Hall For Mayoral Proclamation

  • Greshun De Bouse miraculously survived hit from speeding driver en route to Athens City Hall.
  • Greshun De Bouse leads by example by obeying speed limits.
  • Greshun De Bouse is a global leader dedicated to global progression for all-- especially disabled veterans

Winder, GA – Last Friday, global leader Greshun De Bouse was happily on her way to city hall to receive a proclamation from the Mayor of Athens, GA for Disabled Veterans Day™– the holiday she founded for disabled veterans now proclaimed by mayors all across the globe.

However, while driving on Hwy 53 in accordance with the displayed speed limit, De Bouse was hit by a speeding driver who ran both the stop sign and clearly marked “STOP” on the paved road of Jackson Trail Rd. At the intersection on/of Hwy 53, the other driver rammed into De Bouse on the driver side, knocked her off the road into a tree and woods, and caused severe damage. A mix of different law enforcement and medical professionals were called to the scene, and even a nurse driving by the crash stopped to help De Bouse. Miraculously, our beloved Greshun De Bouse survived.

Winder is a city in Barrow County, Georgia, United States. It is located east of Atlanta and is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The population was 14,099 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Barrow County.

Some Winder residents say the intersection of Jackson Trail and Hwy 53 (Hogmountain Rd.) is no stranger to auto accidents, and they have asked Winder Mayor Maynard to “do something about it.” However, just what to do and how to do it to prevent what happened to Greshun De Bouse from happening to anyone else definitely are points to ponder.

Of course, one might easily state that given both a stop sign and a written “STOP” on the paved road should be enough for a driver to come to a “complete” stop, and certainly enough for a driver not to simply ignore one or both of the “stop” indicators and just speed past. A true stickler for obeying the law, Greshun De Bouse does not speed and always comes to a “complete” stop– not a “rolling” stop; she usually is found traveling just under any given speed limit to ensure she always is in compliance with the law that she teaches both children and adults alike to obey.

One associate of De Bouse says “Oh no, Greshun does not speed; that is a no no for her; she takes obeying speed limits and road signs, anything like that seriously-keeps me in line with that too.” Another associate of De Bouse says of her, “She is the girl you see going a little under the speed limit just to be safe; she goes by the actual driver’s manual like from driving school.”

Often referred to as a “sweet angel”, Greshun De Bouse is always working toward global improvement for all– especially disabled veterans. You may recall our beloved Greshun De Bouse is credited with streamlining the process for disabled veterans all across the U.S. to connect with their local Office of Veterans Affairs by texting “dvday” to 31996, and she received her first mayoral proclamation for Disabled Veterans Day™ from Mayor Skip Henderson of Columbus, GA– home of Fort Benning.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the ever-loving angel Greshun De Bouse.  For more information on Disabled Veterans Day™, visit

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