Tameka Raymond scored a bittersweet victory this week when she celebrated the passing of a new Georgia law named in honor of her late son Kile Glover. The mother of five sons returned to Lake Lanier where her son was the victim of a tragic tubing accident during 4th of July weekend last year, for the first time.
Although she had previously vowed never to return to the popular vacation area, Tameka made an appearance to celebrate the passing of the Kile Glover boating education law, along with Georgia lawmakers and Tara Prince, the mother of Jake and Griffin Prince who lost two sons just weeks before Glovers death. The Prince boys are also being memorialized with the new piece of legislation. They were killed after a drunk boater struck their craft.
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