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Application for the Jessica Uhl Memorial Scholarship at SIUE
Applications are now being accepted for the Jessica Uhl Memorial Scholarship at SIUE. Applicants must meet the following criteria: Incoming freshman at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville Graduate of Collinsville High School Overall grade point average of B or higher … Continue reading
Upcoming Events for the Sixth Anniversary
The month of November is significant for those who knew Jess and Kelli. We try to plan events to mark the anniversary of their deaths. This is our sixth year without them. Our annual memorial blood drive will be Monday, … Continue reading
Denied – Again.
The ex-trooper’s appeal to have his license reinstated has again been denied. He has requested another hearing, which will be in November. We will continue to fight!
Please Voice Your Opposition!
The ex-trooper has asked for another hearing to have his driver’s license reinstated. I will be attending the hearing, which is scheduled for next Thursday, January 17, at 2:30 pm in Mt. Vernon to give a victim impact statement. Back … Continue reading
Tropical Trivia Fundraiser!
Join us for the Fifth Annual Jessica and Kelli Uhl Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser on Saturday, November 24, 2012. This year we will be hosting a trivia night – Tropical Trivia! We will be holding the event at the KC Hall … Continue reading
Putting the FUN in Fundraiser!
Our third fundraiser will be held Saturday, July 23, 2011, at the KC Hall in Collinsville, Illinois. The doors open at 7pm and we’ll be enjoying dinner, dancing, silent auctions, raffles and other fun stuff until midnight. Tickets are $20 … Continue reading
Breaking News – Today Show Appearance
I will be appearing on The Today Show on Monday, October 4, to discuss Jessica and Kelli, my work with PursuitSafety, and other policy changes we hope will be made in light of the trooper’s recent workers’ compensation filing.
21 – By Brian Uhl
Today is Jun 4th. Today would have been Jessica’s 21st birthday, a day of celebration, a day where she would have been considered “legal” in today’s society. Most young people look forward to 21 as the day they are legal … Continue reading
The trooper entered a plea of guilty today. Here is the statement I read to the media today: This is the statement that I read after the trooper’s plea hearing: We, the family of Jessica and Kelli Uhl, would like … Continue reading