All posts by: MADD

4 Gone 4 Ever: The McConnell Men As told by Ginger Brengle, Amy Voelker’s cousin In 1989, Amy Voelker married Elroy “Roy” McConnell. Roy McConnell (51) was a CPA, founder of iCFO, a triathlete, active in his church, and most...
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Louis Mitchell Hall December 6, 1981 – September 5, 2008  Written by Sharon Hall, Louis’ mother My husband and I have three children: Louis, Jeremy and Alicia. Louis Mitchell Hall is our first born child – even as a baby,...
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Dennis Hornsby Remembered by his mother, Becky Gage In 1993, I became a MADD volunteer after my son Dennis survived life-threatening injuries as the result of a DUI crash. His girlfriend Mandy died in that crash, and friend Landis also...
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Josie DiStefano Palomino Remembered by her sister, Linda Unfried On the night of October 29, 1983, twenty five immediate family members and four priests from our parish gathered to celebrate my parent’s 55th wedding anniversary. We had a wonderful celebration...
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MADD West Central Florida volunteer, Kahlee Arthur, reflects on growing up in the shadow of a DUI loss. The last time I saw Ashley, I was mad at her. She was visiting my dad and me in Florida and promised...
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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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