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FHF News and Recent Events
and Moving Forward
Presented by Toni N. Amick, MA, LPC/I
Office of Highway Safety
SC Department of Public Safety
Invites You to Attend
Facing Grief and Moving Forward
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Lexington Town Hall
111 Maiden Lane.,
Lexington, SC 29072
Click for Registration Form
To RSVP Contact FHF Coordinator,
Faith Turner @ 803-869-8171
or email FaithTurner@scdps.gov
Group Photo from the 2012 Peer Training. The South Carolina Highway Patrol provides free peer and speaker’s training to members within the Families of Highway Fatalities Program. Peer Team Members assist other fatality families through the grieving process through a variety of means including regular phone/e-mail contact, in-home visits, assistance at annual Fatality Memorial Service.
Members of the Families of Highway Fatalities group volunteer each year at the Annual Fatality Memorial Service to assist and serve newly bereaved family members who have lost a loved one on South Carolina roadways. Volunteers also offer testimony about the impact FHF has in their grief journey. Pictured (L to R) Diane Best; Scott Best; Faith Turner, SCDPS; Emma Lilley; Carol Kiparisus; Mike Sease; Cindy Sease; Lisa Radvansky, SCDPS; Deidre Johnson and Stephanie Belton
Members of the Families of Highway Fatalities held the first ever “In Memory Of” tandem skydive jump. The members jumped in memory of loved ones lost on South Carolina roadways. The jump was sponsored by the non-profit Families of Highway Fatalities Assistance Program, Inc. Skydive Carolina in Chester, SC hosted the family members for this jump that took place on September 26th and 27th 2012 . Pictured above is FHF Member, Jackie Murray. Jackie jumped in memory of her son Charlie Murray.
Members of the Families of Highway Fatalities group photo from the 2012 Chili Craft Peer Social. The Chili Craft social is annual event for FHF members of all ages. The social consists of a enjoyable afternoon of art therapy projects, good food and wonderful fellowship.
Members of Families of Highway Fatalities assist SCDPS with the 2012 Sober or Slammer Campaign. Vinyl display on trucks feature loved ones lost on South Carolina roadways. Pictured on the truck (L to R): Sullivan Spradley; Kia Waters; Martin Mingo; Charlene Dewitt; Kenny Encinas; Donna Richardson; James Hemingway Sr.; Drew Batchelor, Ashton Groomes Batchelor; Brandon Batchelor and Kimberly Hobbs.