Kile Glover is positively impacting the world from the grave. In addition to having a performing arts foundation named after him, the tween now has a law formed in his honor. Tameka Raymond recently looked on with excitement as the governor of Georgia signed the Kile Glover Boat Education bill into law earlier this month.
The mother of five characterized the moment of as bittersweet telling Twitter fans that she went to the lake where her son was fatally injured for the ceremony. “Governor Nathan Deal and I at the signing. Bittersweet. I vowed to NEVER go to that Lake. I went today to watch the Bill be officially signed. #KileGlover #BigDeal #Law,” tweeted Raymond.
The ‘Kile Glover Boat Education Law’ requires individuals under the age of 13-years-old to wear a personal floatation device while on the water. It also lowers the Blood Alcohol Level (BAC) to 0.08, requiring boat drivers to have a minimal amount of alcohol in their system while operating machinery.
Kile Glover died of heart failure after being severely injured on a inner tube at Lake Lanier in Atlanta, Georgia. He was Tameka and clothier Ryan Glover’s youngest child.