Heartbroken Car & Motorcycle Crash Victim’s Families To Speak This Thursday, June 4, 2015 – 5:30 pm – Benvenuto Restaurant, Boynton Beach – STAYING ALIVE ON FLORIDA’S ROADWAYS

Boynton Beach, FL- The families of Brittany Baxter, Khair Raymond, Travis Gay, & Amanda Patterson will speak about the car crashes that took their children’s lives at the Dori Saves Lives “Staying Alive on Florida’s Roadways” event this Thursday June 4th. Cassandra Caston will share the story of her fiance’ lost in a DUI crash and Lori Smith and Laura Cardinale will talk about the motorcycle crashes that killed their sons in two separate but recent tragedies. Katherine DeWolfe will also attend the program and share the story of her daughter Juran, who is now a quadriplegic due a car crash by FAU in Boca Raton. The families of the Riviera Beach Crash victim’s, Orane Cummings, Makita Campbell, Christina Oliver Joseph, Shonteria Grimsley and Jason Mahlung will participate in the event’s annual scholarship presentation.

Invited speakers include, Representative Irv Slosberg; Sheriff Ric Bradshaw; Captain Chris Delapietra, FHP; and Mayor Shelley Vana. The “Staying Alive on Florida’s Roadways” event is designed to honor our loved ones lost and motivate law enforcement agencies to continue their mission to keep everyone safe on the roads.

Date:               Thursday June 4, 2015
            5:30 PM
       Benvenuto Restaurant, 1730 N Federal Hwy,  Boynton Beach, Florida 33435

Later in the program the Dori Saves Lives film, “This Could Be You” will be shown to those in attendance. The film features the real life stories from prison of Daniel Rocca and Karlie Tomica; Florida college students who are serving time for killing someone while drinking and driving.

For additional information, contact Tara Applebaum, Executive Director, the Dori Slosberg Foundation/Dori Saves Lives at 561-789-9494.


The Dori Slosberg Foundation also known as Dori Saves Lives, is a non-governmental, not for profit, public service organization dedicated to road safety. The foundation is named in memory of Dori Slosberg the daughter of State Representative Irv Slosberg, whose life tragically ended when the car she was in crashed while she was unbuckled.

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