January 19, 1977 – April 18, 2001
Our Jessica was on her way to school. She was two months away from becoming a pediatric nurse. A man in an Expedition went through a red light while dialing his cell phone. He T-boned Jessica’s Sunfire, pushing her onto the console. She bent the gear shift in half! Twelve hours later, she died. She never awoke for us to say goodbye. Picking up the keys to a car is like grabbing a gun. If you are not careful, people get killed. Cell phones are great, just not while driving!!
– Dan, Betty, and Sarah Bryl