Families Expecting Deliverance Using Prayer or FEDUP, is a group of people who have lost loved ones to gun violence. Founders of the group talk with Sisterhood of the Second Act host Kathy Heberle about how they help others impacted by gun violence and what legislation they think would help fight violent crimes.
Rita Joyce lost her son to gun violence in 2004. Joey Lee Joyce was just 24 when he became a victim of gun violence. He left behind parents and children. The violence has caused decades of pain.
Tracy Penn lost her father and brother to gun violence. Jimmie Lee Penn was 62 when his was shot and killed. His son, Jamie Lavar Penn was only 23, when he was shot and killed 7 years later.
The pain these two families experienced and that of more than 10 other families prompted them to start FEDUP.
And as Medicare Enrollment continues the number of scams targeting seniors climbs. Better Business Bureau President Julie Wheeler tells us what is and isn’t a scam. And offers tips on how to tell the difference.
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