WHO WE ARE
CHRIS & KATIE DOTY
Founding members of the 809 Foundation, Chris is the twin brother of Mike Doty and an investigator with the York County Sheriff's Office and serves as the 809 Foundation President. He and his wife Katie have two daughters.
Josh Doty is a founding member of the 809 Foundation, as well as the older brother of Mike Doty. Josh serves in the U.S. Air Force. He and his wife Darah have two daughters and two sons.
JON & LISA MOSELEY
Co-founders of the 809 Foundation, the Moseleys have a passion for continuing Mike Doty's legacy. Jon is a longtime friend and colleague of Mike and Chris Doty, and currently the LEON program coordinator for York County as well as a Detective for the York County Sheriff's Office. Lisa has worked for and with many non-profit organizations and serves as the 809 Foundation vice president.
Sarah is a family friend of the Doty family. She is active in many community efforts and non-profits including the United Way, JDRF, and KinderMourn. Sarah serves as the 809 Foundation secretary. She and her husband, Clark, have one daughter.
Curtis is a former law enforcement officer who spent several years as a colleague of Mike and Chris Doty. Curtis serves as the 809 Foundation treasurer. He and his wife Erin have two children.
Aaron was born and raised in Pinehurst, NC. His mom, recently retired, was an ER nurse and dad served in law enforcement for more than 3 decades before he died in the line of duty the day before Father's Day in 2013. Aaron has one brother who currently serves in law enforcement in North Carolina.
Aaron graduated from the University of North Carolina (Go Heels!) with degrees in History & Psychology. He spent the next decade in the restaurant world, even running an Outback for a while. Aaron also attended graduate school where he earned a Master's in Psychology. In 2014, Aaron started his web design company, SLK consulting, and Main Street Bottle Shop in 2015. He is also the director of operations for Hardy Harris Marketing.
“Through the Bottle Shop I became friends with several York Co deputies, so it only seemed natural for me to try and help out in any way I could after that tragic evening. I knew far too well what the friends and family of Mike were going through. When I opened the shop I wanted to be able to give back to the community and the formation of the 809 Foundation and its mission was a perfect fit.”