CruiseSafe was created to honor the legacies of Kent Island's Fantastic Four. Best friends, just out of high school with bright and promising futures, brought a community to its' knees when on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, they were all killed in a violent car crash. They will never be forgotten.
Tyler was known for his radiant smile and infectious laugh. He loved people - everyone! It didn't matter if you were the captain of the football team, or a autistic classmate, Tyler treated you like equals. And it was this love of people and thirst for adventure, that led Tyler to pursue his passion of being a firefighter and EMT from the time he was just 16 years old. Read more about Tyler by clicking here.
Our son Harrison was a carefree and loving child who grew into a carefree and loving young man. He cherished his friends and his family and would do anything for anyone. He was always the class clown. It was his moral imperative to bring joy to each and every person’s life that he touched no matter if he was a home, school or work. His sparkling blue eyes and bright smile made him unforgettable. Read more about Harrison by clicking here.
Corey Pessagno was born on Friday, December 23, 1994, in Easton, MD. He was a big baby boy compared to his older brother and so different too, as no two children are alike! At a young age, Corey loved to perform – from putting on Batman shows in our backyard to a teenager clearing the floor at his senior prom to do a back flip. Talk about a Kodak moment!
Michael John Ringenbach, born March 21, 1994. Mike was in the middle of his older brother Rick and younger sister Amanda and he was truly different than his siblings. Starting at a very young age Mike always had a very conservative nature. He saved every single money gift he ever received, we would have to beg him to go buy himself a birthday present, but he wanted to save. His nick name in our home was “Money Man Mike”.