Welcome

February 10th, 2009
jen

On December 27, 2008 our family suffered a great loss. We lost a daughter and little sister from playing “The Choking Game”. Her name was Jenny and she was 17 years old. She was beautiful, bright, kind to all, and above all else she was a godly young lady.

We believe that peers may have influenced Jenny to believe that this ‘game’ was her ticket to acceptance and that there was nothing wrong with it. This ‘game’ robbed her of a long life and left us with a huge hole in our hearts and lives.

It is the desire of our family to help educate adolescents about the dangers of this game and also teach parents and educators about the warning signs to watch for. In talking with adolescents, we have found that far too many have heard of this game (estimated 86%) and that far too few parents have a clue that this game exists (estimated 24%). We are currently working with the Pasadena Police Department, through their DARE program; local churches, and the Pasadena ISD Police in talking with anyone who will listen.

I strongly urge you to contact us if you would like us to visit your school, church, organization, or simply your child. We are committed to saving as many lives as possible through education.

Jenny’s goal in life was to be a Good Samaritan. Through her death, we hope that we can be the vehicle God uses to fulfill this life dream of hers. Please contact us by email if you are interested.

Bill and Vickie Morgan, Stephanie Morgan Surendran and Cheri Morgan Hutcherson

Spreading the word

October 12th, 2009

Vickie Morgan talks to school board members and administrators about the choking death of her daughter, Jenny.

The Houston Chronicle's article about Vickie Morgan speaking to a convention of school board members and administrators about the choking death of her daughter, Jenny.

Dear Abby: Dangerous ‘game’ worries girl

October 11th, 2009

Dear Abby article posted by The Houston Chronicle.

Posted by The Houston Chronicle.

A concerned girl is seeking advice on what she should do when she finds out that her stepsisters and their friends are playing the Choking Game.

Pasadena Memorial High School Stampede Article

March 31st, 2009

This article was written by students at Pasadena Memorial High School, where Jenny was a Senior.  We were so pleased with the way they captured who Jenny truly was!!!

pmhs-stampede-article

Click here to view the article

Pasadena Citizen Article

March 15th, 2009

http://www.hcnonline.com/articles/2009/03/13/pasadena_citizen/news/031509_death_game.txt

KHOU Channel 11 Video

March 6th, 2009

http://www.khou.com/video/topstories-index.html?nvid=339260

Top Stories Video - Teens play deadly choking game
March 6th, 2009

Vickie Morgan speaks with KHOU News.

Vickie Morgan speaks with KHOU News.

Vickie Morgan never thought she’d be obsessed with the on-line social networking website known as Facebook. That is until the long-time Pasadena ISD school board member’s daughter, Jenny, 17, died.

KHOU News, Mom launches campaign against the choking game

March 6th, 2009

Mom launches campaign against the choking game

Mom launches campaign against the choking game

Please tune in tonight to channel 11 local news at 5 PM. Reporter, Courtney Zubowski came to the house to interview me. Courtney was interested in our family’s desire to educate others in hopes that we can help save lives. This is a HUGE opportunity to get the word out and help others realize that this game is prevalent, real and deadly. Please ask all of your family, neighbors, and friends to tune in! We thank Channel 11 for this opportunity!!!!!

Vickie Morgan

Join the Cause!

March 6th, 2009

Help stop the "Choking Game"

Help stop the "Choking Game"

Please help spread the word by joining us on facebook!