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Access Hollywood talks with Kerri and Julie Kasem. It’s been a month since radio legend Casey Kasem passed away (Father’s Day) at the age of 82, but the whereabouts of his body remains a mystery. Here Kerri and Julie Kasem share more information on the family updates and The Kasem Cares Foundation:
“When the legislation bill passes – Visitation Bill AB 2034 that assemblyman Mike Grotto is authoring — when that passes, in January 2015, we will have the right to ask for where my father is buried,” says Kasem.
That is part of the bill:
- To know where your loved one is buried.
- To know when your loved one is in the hospital.
- To have visitation if your parent wanted it.
So if anyone is in a similar position, write me. We can help you and get this bill passed in every single state so this does not happen to anyone else.
It is so important to me that people get the right help while they are alive, well and healthy, I am speaking on August 6, 2014 in Orange County. More information to attend this talk: click here.
Radio personality and recent family law advocate Kerri Kasem discusses recent activities regarding the passage of Visitation Bill AB 2034, her late father Casey Kasem, her step-mother Jean Kasem’s vitriolic behavior, and keeping a clear head about it all.
Family law attorney and radio host, Naz Barouti interviewed Kerri on the radio show “Protecting Your Family” which airs weekly in Southern California on KABC. This episode was broadcast on May 10, 2014.
Kasem is continuing her advocacy of family rights by taking her cause nationwide and publicly speaking about her experiences.
(Airdate May 10 2014 )
It’s never too early to teach teens business.
Students from China, Europe, and around the country attend this highly regarded program coordinated by the Concordia University Irvine School of Business. Entrepreneurial high school students learn from many of Southern California’s most accomplished business leaders about what it takes to become a successful business owner of the future.
Students learn essential business skills, such as:
■ Business Plans
■ Pitch Meetings
■ Financial Planning
■ Adult Business Life
■ Elevator Speeches
■ and more!
Parents and public are invited to watch students present their final business plans to a panel of local celebrity judges as they try to claim the top prize.
Join Kerri Kasem and other celebrity judges, speakers, coaches, mentors, teens and parents at the 2014 Teen Entrepreneur Academy Business Plan Championship. Get your tickets click here — and be part of this exciting competition. Friday July 18, 2014 – 5pm to 7:30 pm
Judges-Celebrities and CEOs-Finals Friday afternoon-5 pm:
- Arthur Carter, Vice President, Wells Fargo Bank
- Moctesuma Esparza, Emmy-award winning Producer and CEO, Maya Cinemas North America, Inc.
- Jeff Hoffman Founder, Priceline
- Kerri Kasem, Business Owner, TV/Radio Host, Founder, Kasem Cares Foundation
- Chalene Johnson, Founder, SMART Success Academy and New York Times bestselling author
- Phil Liberatore, CPA, The IRS Problem Solver
- Rosario Marin, 41st Treasurer of the United States, and former California Secretary of the State and Consumer Services Agency
- Noel Massie, President, UPS, Southern California and Chair, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
- Frank Singer, Founding member, Tech Coast Angels
A judge ruled Wednesday that Casey Kasem’s daughter, Kerri was allowed to withhold medication, food and fluids from her ailing father. The Top 40 host and longtime radio personality is suffering from sepsis and dementia, as well as Parkinson’s.
“Transitioning our father’s treatment to comfort-oriented care was one of the hardest decisions we’ve ever had to make,” Kerri writes on her Facebook page.
She assures that the goal is for her father to not be in pain.
“For people who do not understand the natural dying process: Giving food and water to a dying body creates pain and further suffering. The body does not want or require food or water anymore in the dying process. My father can no longer digest foods and fluids fill his lungs up and will suffocate him. My Dad IS on pain meds.”
Kerri says the family has been gathered around Casey, 82, who is in a Washington hospital.
“For the last 11 days, our father has been surrounded day and night by love and care by his daughters Kerri and Julie, his son Mike, his brother Mouner and sister-in-law Mary, and his dear friend Gonzalo Venecia.”
She added that they “hope” for Kasem’s wife, Jean, who has been fighting with the kids over Casey’s care, and Jean’s daughter, Liberty, will join them.