Our tragedy started March 30 at 10:30 p.m., when our daughter-in-law called and told us about Nathan's accident in Germany. It was a parent's worst nightmare hearing that your son was pronounced brain dead from a motorcycle accident. The feeling of helplessness was overwhelming, especially being so far away. Not knowing what to do, my wife called Fred Stevens. He suggested calling the Red Cross. From that moment on, everyone was more than caring. Everyone went above and beyond to assist us.