Bringing a message of Safety, Leadership, and Motivation
In the Blink of an Eye
Tony Crow worked for TXU for 20 plus years. During this time he attended numerous safety meetings. He heard and knew the list of safety rules. They were so ingrained that he instinctively followed them. They became second nature to him.
But on February 15, 2003, while enjoying his favorite hobby, quail hunting, Tony was accidentally shot. He was totally blinded for life.
Tony's life drastically changed that day, as well as the lives of his family and friends. When we think of people who have been in accidents, we don’t consider how it will affect those closest to them. Everything about Tony and his family’s lifestyle has had to change.
Delivering a Message of Safety
Tony believes leadership is best shown by example. He shares his thoughts on safety as well as leadership in the workplace, at home and through everyday life. Tony models his personal philosophies at home, church, and in the community.
With the help of a leader dog, Rudy, Tony was able to continue working his 125 acre farm. He feeds the dogs and cows every day and even artificially inseminates some of his cows. Life’s journey is not always easy, but Tony’s attitude is great! He has let life’s difficulties make him better, not bitter.
Tony’s message about Safety and Leadership is compelling and passionate. He & his loving wife, Cheryl, travel the country as well as Canada, in hopes that Tony's story does not become someone else's story.
Let him share his message with you.
A Non-Profit Corporation
After Tony began sharing his story with so many others, he & his wife, Cheryl, decided to turn their story into a non-profit corporation, INJAM (It's Not Just About Me).
INJAM is dedicated to providing scholarships to high school Seniors who have overcome physical, mental, or emotional disabilities. It also helps to fund local charities and mission work in and out of the United States.
Being Safe Is Not Just About You....It's about your Family, your Friends, Your LIFE...
Tony Crow with his leader dog, Rudy.
Rudy passed away in 2012 after a battle