Caregivers and visitors at Cleveland Clinic are being treated to some new unexpected cheer as they walk across East 89th Street into work. It comes from an exuberant police officer-turned cross guard who plays music, sings, dances and adds cheer to people’s days while guiding them to and from the employee garage.
Corporal Eric Hudson, 49, of the clinic’s police department volunteered for crosswalk duty earlier this month. One day he decided to bring a bluetooth speaker in an attempt to brighten people’s day. It worked, but he’s the real star.