Hi Casey. We were just traveling home from Pismo and as we're driving by the accident site I was telling my 14 year old daughter your story and showing her this site. My sister died in an accident at the age of 19 in a single car accident and that was so hard. I try and teach my daughter the dangers of driving and that no matter how safe we may be there is always that other driver that may not be. I told her how incredible you were and how many lives you have touched. Your missed Casey and prayers and thoughts are always with your family. Love Shauna
Wow! 33 years old today, Happy Birthday Casey...
Goodwin, Kyle Goodwin,As you 29th birthday approaches I can't help but to think of you. I miss you so so much. Sometimes the wound seems as fresh as it did the day you died. I wish you were here to meet my family and to have had one of your own. I always think about you and will never ever forget you.
Welcome to the new Visitation Book. I imported the last 25 entries from the old book so the dates are not correct. You can add your comment at the bottom of the page.
hi im christina i live in exeter california and i go to exeter union. i took the pledge in 7th grade at valley oak middle school.... i wear the braclet everyday to remind myself of her story.... ill necer drink and drive.... thank you for showing me her story becuase befor i hear the story i would party way to much... i made my boyfriend take the pledge and he has never drank again..... i cry thinking of how she went to and walked down the hall of my very own school... i wanna try to help by spread the word around Exeter Union High School.... i posted a video of her story and alot of my friends have posted crying.... we are all there for caseys family and thank you again for changing my life....
I just wanted to let you know I am giving a speech in my COS speech class about cautious driving and how we can help our teens and young drivers survive their early driving years. Lynne car accidents have plagued your family,mine and several friends from Exeter. I wanted to let you know I still remember every 15 minutes and the tragedies that followed. I have made sure my girls know the importance of paying attention at the wheel and to take driving very seriously. You and your family are always in my thoughts and prayers.
Change begins with one person. I really embrace that thought.I found out a friend has been driving under the influence. She had a single car accident, thankfully thankfully no one was hurt, but it was a wake up call to get her to stop drinking and instantly getting behind a steering wheel.I didn't know of Casey and Kyle, or their legacy of teaching, I stumbled upon this site by accident, no, I have to think that it was God and its a message that I'm supposed to pass along. Casey and Kyle may have taught teenagers before, today the student is a 54 year old grandma.
Another year is here... on Saturday we will suit up, put our "8" on, take pictures, tell old stories of the glory days, and laugh at how silly we girls were. But something is always missing, and that is you Case. Every time we jump in that pool, we can't help but miss you. As your cap sits proudly on our bench, we know you are there with us. I am so thankful your story lives on, and continues to impact so many lives. It brings so much joy to my heart when I see young people proudly were those little yellow bracelets. Happy Birthday Yesterday... missing you & loving you always!