“It was an honor to have Kerri serve as one of the distinguished judges for the Business Plan Competition Championship for the 2014 Teen Entrepreneur Academy hosted by the School of Business at Concordia University in Irvine. Her business insights and acumen were evident to all. And, she was also a most gracious and articulate spokesperson for the judges panel by introducing the winner team of teenagers at the business summer camp academy. Stephen Christensen
I loved your dad and he was not only a true professional, but a good friend. After AT10 I went back to news and worked as a news director around the country and lost touch. I have followed your struggles. I just want you to know there are many people including myself who admired your dad and would do anything for him. I am so sorry for your loss and the tragic way it was handled. Jeff Alan Portland, Oregon
I wish to personally express my condolences on the loss of your father, and my hope that the trauma that you and your siblings have had to endure in the aftermath will soon come to an end. No doubt your father is still reaching for the stars, for his spirit dwells amongst them, in the peace and harmony of Heaven, forever more. May God bless you and your family! Gary Garrison
Kerri, I was sad when I learned your Father passed today. I listened to him for years and enjoyed his entertainment forever. God Bless, Bert Casey
My heart and prayers go out to you and your family. I have personally witnessed a loved one being taken off feeding and said my last goodbyes & shed lots of tears. As much as you love your father and after he goes to sleep, he will be at peace and whole again just as God intended. I could not imagine how rough this decision was for you, however I do admire your strength and perseverance to get your father back under your wing, in order to do what was right by his wishes. Wishing you and your family Peace and my deepest sympathies, and when your Dad arrives at that great studio in the sky, god himself extends a hand to welcome your father home. Les Basch, Thousand Oaks, California
From Kerri Kasem’s Facebook regarding Kasem Cares Foundation
Having gone through a similar situation a couple years ago. I found it so frustrating that I barely had any rights. The judge kept saying family should work it out…if it was workable..would I have been in court.? My thoughts are with you…let’s get this passed! Gene C.
I hope the bill you are fighting for goes through so that no one else has to go through what you went through, Kerri. Your stepmom is a very mean & spiteful individual. I’m so sorry for everything you went through in trying to be in touch with your dad. I wish you well in this bill. I support you 100%! Danielle M.
Grew up listening to your dad on the radio brought joy to my mind and heart. Kerri, he will always love and adore you. I am proud that you took a stand and made everything happen. Diane T.
You are such a beautiful, poised and compassionate person. I hope you have a lifetime of great memories from your dad. I lost my dad and miss him terribly. Thanks for sharing him with all of us. Fran R.
Kerri, when I watched the segment where you described your dad’s final moments, I was very moved, as it sounded like my mother’s final moments, surrounded by friends and family, and loved on to the end. I didn’t have to go through the visitation process, but your dad and my mom knew they weren’t alone and that meant the world to them. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us, and thanks for sharing your dad, too. God bless. Dave P.
You have been through so much and I am so sorry for your loss. But justice will triumph in the end. The only thing we take with us from this world are good deeds. Love to you, Mike and Julie. Nida A.