The Casey Feldman Network is a community sharing experiences and plans for what they will do to honor Casey's memory. What will you do "because of Casey?"
WHO CAN JOIN? Anyone is welcome to join. If you found yourself here and feel inspired by Casey's life, please feel welcome to join our community.
CaseyFeldmanMemories.org: Share your stories and remember Casey’s life by viewing the memories, photos and videos submitted by others, view all press coverage and more.
Visit the memorial foundation established in Casey’s memory, read about the many charitable works and keep up to date by clicking on the News and Updates blog.
Subscribe to updates through the RSS feed at the bottom on the News and Updates blog page.
EndDD.org : End distracted driving.
The Casey Feldman Network is a social network
Because of Casey, we have... continued to seek ways to raise awareness of distracted driving, inspire advocacy, and to help prevent future tragedies from occurring.
The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation created a video, "Casey Feldman: A Face of Distracted Driving." This video, which features network site members Dianne Anderson, Brooke Burdge, Kelsey Butler, Katie Feeney, Janine Repka, and Melissa Zirolli, has been accepted by the U.S. Department of Transportation as part of their "Faces of Distracted Driving" campaign.
Please also read U.S. Secretary of Transporation Ray LaHood's blog post on Casey's story and featuring Casey's father, Joel Feldman.
Click here to watch the TV news videos and read the media coverage about Casey's video which has been compiled on the Casey Feldman Memories site.
Please visit the new discussion forum on this site to share your thoughts on the video, and to learn more about the recently launched initative, End Distracted Driving- EndDD.org.
October, 2010: An article published Oct. 4, 2010 by The Press of Atlantic City, discussed the first test of the New Jersey's new state traffic law requiring motorists to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks. Please click here to read the article. Previously, the law stated motorists must "yield" to pedestrians. The meaning of "yield" was unclear, and Casey's parents worked with New Jersey legislators to clarify the law.
Since statistics show a decrease in pedestrian deaths in N.J. in 2010, it is likely that Casey’s Law is already making a difference and saving lives!
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