The 13th Annual Maryland Remembers Memorial. Remembering Loved Ones Lost at the Hands of Impaired Drivers.

December 15, 2016

11:00 a.m. Registration Opens
11:30 a.m. Ceremony Begins

Miller Senate Office Building
11 Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD  21401

Maryland Remembers is an annual memorial that honors the lives of people killed on Maryland roads at the hands of impaired drivers.  Each year more than 170 people die in impaired driving related crashes throughout the state. All victim families and friends who have lost a loved one to an impaired driving related crash, as well as representatives from partner agencies and advocates are invited to attend the 13th Annual Maryland Remembers Memorial service.

Family members and friends are encouraged to bring framed pictures
of loved ones to the memorial for a procession to honor their lives.


Invited Guests:

Boyd K. Rutherford
Lt. Governor

Pete K. Rahn
Maryland Department
of Transportation

Christine Nizer
Motor Vehicle Administration

Colonel William Pallozzi
State Police


Rich Leotta
Father of Victim,
Noah Leotta

1 5 year average (2008 - 2012) Maryland Automated Accident Reporting System (MAARS).