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Jim Bower adored his grandson, Dylan. Dylan loved spending time with family and friends and he was very popular, but what really meant something to Jim, was that his grandson made such an effort to reach out to kids that...
MADD Tennessee is very alarmed to see a third arrest in a three month time period for DUI involving personnel at a Tennessee school. The latest one involved a Greene County bus driver who crashed on January 8, 2020, with...
  • Garrett Keith cropped web version
We are very happy to welcome another new addition to the MADD Tennessee Staff. Garrett Keith started working with us on December 30, 2019, as our new Administrative Assistant. Originally from Indiana, he studied Psychology at Indiana University and has...
  • NOR 2019 crowd with NOR graphic on screen
Approximately 450 people attended the 2019 MADD Tennessee Statewide Night of Remembrance and Awards Ceremony held on December 12, 2019, at the Nashville Airport Marriott.  The evening began with a greeting from MADD Tennessee State Program Director, Phaedra Marriott-Olsen.  She...
  • January 2020 MADD Remembers
MADD knows how hard crash anniversaries and birthdays of lost loved ones can be. We also know how important it is for families to know that their loved ones are not forgotten. We want victims of drunk and drugged driving...
Jerice Le’Tay Glanton was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1984 to loving and devoted parents, Jerry & Wanda Glanton. The middle child of 4 siblings, she grew up in East Nashville and attended Martin Luther King, Jr. Magnet High School....
  • December 2019 MADD Remembers
MADD knows how hard crash anniversaries and birthdays of lost loved ones can be. We also know how important it is for families to know that their loved ones are not forgotten. We want victims of drunk and drugged driving...
It is with great pleasure that we introduce Tanya Read as our new Middle Tennessee Programs Specialist. As many of you know, Tanya came to MADD after her 17-year-old son, Nick was hit by an impaired driver on the eve...
  • 2019 Middle TN walkers by lake web version
Over 100 people participated in the Middle Tennessee Walk Like MADD at Centennial Park in Nashville on October 19, 2019.  There were 26 teams taking part including several in honor of victims of impaired driving, law enforcement partner teams, and...
  • November 2019 MADD Remembers
MADD knows how hard crash anniversaries and birthdays of lost loved ones can be. We also know how important it is for families to know that their loved ones are not forgotten. We want victims of drunk and drugged driving...