David Camm resigned from the Indiana State Police in early 2000 after spending ten years as a well-respected road trooper. He served on the Emergency Rescue Team (ERT) and received his department’s Medal of Honor for risking his life to save a drowning man. David joined his uncle’s business and became a successful salesman and supervisor. David and his wife, Kim, were married over eleven years, lived in Georgetown, Indiana, and had two children, Bradley, age 7 and Jill, age 5. Kim was a highly-regarded financial analyst for a major insurance carrier. The family attended Georgetown Community Church, and the children attended a Christian school in nearby New Albany. On September 28, 2000, David returned home, only to find his entire family murdered and his life changed forever.