All posts by: MADD

  Patti Rubenzer of Greenville County shared her victim impact statement with us that she delivered at the sentencing of the man who took her son’s life. Feb 8th we lost everything we knew. Our beloved Ethan, our family as...
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Our Honor Family for the 2019 Walk Like MADD Greenville Upstate is the Carosiello Family. Victor’s mother, Margie, though biased, describes Victor as being “brilliant.” He was indeed mathematically and artistically gifted.  At 12 years old, he put a keystroke...
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At Right Direction Church International (RDCI), the 5th Sundays are know as “Youth Sunday.”  It’s a time where you see youth more visible and involved doing things such as ushering, greeting, and even leading praise and worship.  The youth pastor...
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Megan Amelia Milam was a beautiful 24-year-old daughter and mother.  She had a very unique laugh and smile that would brighten anyone she came in contact with.  Megan was a strong and brave woman that rarely met a stranger.  She...
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MADD SC would like to remember Willie Brown, Jr., of Walterboro, who was killed on his way to work at the VA on February 9, 2019. On Sunday, June 2, at 5:00 p.m., Willie’s family gathered to place a memorial...
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MADD SC is happy to introduce the newest member of our team, Chandler Boatwright.  Chandler started June 3rd and will be taking over the Coastal Court Monitoring project that is monitoring misdemeanor DUI cases in Berkeley, Charleston, and Horry Counties. ...
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Jessica Doreen Mendenhall’s Victim Impact Statement that she read in court during the sentencing of the woman who killed her grandfather, Gordon Ward, in 2016. Beaufort, SC Your Honor, I am Jessica Doreen Mendenhall, proud granddaughter of Gordon McQuinn Ward...
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MADD South Carolina and our supporters were incredibly active in the legislature this year, but as is often the case in the world of policy making, it was a year of successes and shortcomings.  Our main push has been around...
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“In 2017, there were 313 drunk driving fatalities in South Carolina.  My daughter was one of them.” Lisa Hagberg’s daughter, Challissah was just 26 years old and at the beginning of her life when it was tragically cut short by...
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 Thank you to everyone who came out on March 23rd to support Mothers Against Drunk Driving South Carolina for Walk Like MADD Columbia 2019 Presented by Yarborough Applegate and Uber.  We had a wonderful turnout, which helped us to exceed our $35,000...
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