Posts filed under: Victim Stories

The date is fast approaching for our first ever Virtual Walk Like MADD Richmond! Though this year, due to the global pandemic, we are not having the actual gather-and-Walk-together as we have in the past, you can still register, build...
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MADD AROUND VA December 2019 Volunteer Greg Estep spoke about the crash that killed his son Thomas at the Tie One On For Safety Press Conference in Roanoke.   At the kickoff Tie One On For Safety press conference held...
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MADD VA LAUNCHES VICTIM FOCUSED MEDIA CAMPAIGN TO STOP IMPAIRED DRIVING OVER JULY 4TH HOLIDAYS AND THROUGHOUT THE YEAR   Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) Virginia kicked off a month long television, radio and Facebook campaign this morning to remind...
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  MADD Around VA May/June 2019 MADD VA at the DMV Highway Safety Summit in May   MADD volunteer Lanny Lindamood exhibited at a training event at ReVIDA Recovery in Wytheville   Volunteer Joshua Cagney speaks to Redskins Rookies as...
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  On January 9th, MADD Victim Volunteers Patty Grimm and Cathy Cooper shared their experiences with officers at an Albemarle Police Department Roll Call.           The MADD Southside/Virginia State Police DUI Simulator was educating the public...
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MADD Around VA – December 2018       Above: Winners from the Vinton ceremony Congratulations to all 2018 Law Enforcement Award Winners in Virginia! Each year, about 300 law enforcement officers around the state are selected by their departments to receive...
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April 6, 2018, Richmond VA–MADD Virginia public awareness advertisements won Silver and Bronze at the 57th Annual Olympiad, coordinated by the Advertising Club of Richmond, and sponsored by the Richmond Times Dispatch. The ads were created for MADD VA by...
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Walk Like MADD Northern VA is THIS Saturday, November 11. Whether you are a victim of drunk driving or not, YOU can help eliminate this 100% preventable crime by walking with us. With every step taken and each dollar raised,...
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February 7, 2007 was the day that forever changed Karen Mertes’ life path. Karen, a Lieutenant Colonel serving in the United States Air Force, was driving the speed limit on the interstate when she was struck from behind by a...
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