Sherri Glover Receives Motorcycle Safety Foundation Award (Spring 2004)
Sherri Glover received the "2003 MSF Outstanding Motorcycle Safety Support Award" from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) of Irvine, California. The posthumous award recognized the key role Sherri played in supporting rider education and safety throughout the state of Tennessee.
In 1996, at the age of 26, Sherri became a certified Motorcycle Rider Instructor licensed by the State of Tennessee. Subsequently she helped teach motorcycle safety classes to over 100 people at Nashville State Tech as part of the Tennessee Rider Instruction Program Inc. On June 22, 2003, Sherri was killed while riding her motorcycle, when a truck crossed the double yellow line and struck her head-on. (See: The Crash.)
Sherri's family thanks Dean Young, Steven "Jake" Jacobs, all of the Tennessee Rider Instruction Program coaches, and William T. Guerrant (State Coordinator, T.M.R.E.P.) for nominating Sherri. The family also thanks the MSF for recognizing Sherri with this award.
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The MSF (http://www.msf-usa.org/) is the internationally recognized developer of the comprehensive, research-based, Rider Education and Training System (MSF RETS). RETS curricula promotes lifelong-learning for motorcyclists and continuous professional development for certified RiderCoaches and other trainers. MSF also actively participates in government relations, safety research, public awareness campaigns and the provision of technical assistance to state training and licensing programs.