Tameka Raymond’s son Kile Glover died last Summer after an unfortunate boating accident, and Tameka is on a lifelong mission to honor her deceased son’s memory.
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Raymond launched ‘Kile’s World Foundation” a few months ago and shortly thereafter, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed Senate Bill #136 (i.e. The Kile Glover Boat Education Bill) into law (click HERE if you missed that).
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While getting the “Kile Glover Boating Education” law passed was a big deal, Raymond isn’t stopping there. She’s pushing for more legislation for tougher boating laws in order to prevent accidents like the one that took Kile’s life from happening again.
[READ: R.I.P. Kile: A Beautiful Mind is Laid to Rest (PHOTOS + VIDEO)]
Tameka spoke with Jovita Moore of WSB-TV recently, where she shared her thoughts on how boating laws should improve, also, in forming “Kile’s World Foundation,” she plans to honor her son by offering other children access to music & art (things that Kile loved) and hopes to raise funds in a quest to make a difference in the lives of others and to prove her son did not die in vain.
Watch Tameka’s in-depth interview + details about the latest “Kile’s World Foundation” fundraiser below… Continue Reading…