3D Survivors

November 2, 2022

Connor Guido

My son, Conner Guido, lost his life at age 16 in a car crash in Yorktown, Virginia shortly after leaving the Tabb High School Homecoming Dance […]
May 12, 2022

Terri Yost’s Story

On August 25th, 2019 our son, Kevin, became the victim of vehicular manslaughter. He was in a Lyft vehicle on his way to the Sacramento Airport […]
March 24, 2022

Josh’s Story

My name is Lori Markowitz and I’m the proud mom of Josh Markowitz, only 27 years old, tragically killed by an impaired driver on February 6th, […]
February 9, 2022

Michael Gershe Story

  Michael Gershe is a survivor of a drunk driving crash that killed his mother and nearly himself  when he was 8 weeks old. Despite breaking almost all his bones in the crash, he went on to  become a collegiate swimmer, comedian, speaker, author, college educator and photographer.     With over 25 years’ experience on stage as a comedian and speaker, Michael has presented his  programs at schools, colleges, military bases and a TedxTalk.  He uses humor, audience  participation and his story for an educational and inspirational message.     In 2015 he founded The Magic of Life Foundation, a non-profit organization, that helps his  mission in eliminating impaired driving making communities safer and empowering people to  make better choices in life. The foundation has a partnership with the Stow Municipal Court  where he presents his program as part of their diversion programs to DUI offenders. The  organization’s annual fundraiser  honors local law enforcement for their DUI efforts.     In 2019, he published his memoir, “The Magic of Life: A Son’s Story After Tragedy, Grief and a  Speedo.” One Amazon reader said, “This book will inspire any reader to be a better person! This  is one of the best books I have read in a long time!”     For more information about Michael and The Magic of Life Foundation, please go to  www.themagicoflife.org.