Public Memorial Scheduled for Kate McClelland and Kathy Krasniewicz

A service in honor of the two librarians killed on their way to the Denver Airport, while returning from ALA MidWinter, has been scheduled for March 20th. Kevin McCarthy, director of the Perrot Memorial Library in Old Greenwich, CT, where the two worked, told the local newspaper, the Greenwich Time, that “everyone in the world is invited.” 

March 20, 3:30 p.m.
First Congregational Church of Greenwich
108 Sound Beach Ave
A reception will follow at the library, at 90 Sound Beach Ave. in Old Greenwich

As a result of the accident, two counts of vehicular manslaughter and two counts of leaving the scene of the accident have been filed in Denver against Sandra Lee Jacobson. Since then, Jacobson was out on bond and was arrested two more times, for driving on a suspended license and in an effort to increase her bail, which has been raised to 200,000.

Jacobson has had many run-ins with authorities. In an earlier incident, she pleaded guilty to running a red light and crashing into another vehicle, sending the driver to intensive care. She is also facing a jury trial in March for illegally owning a Bengal tiger cub. In 2005, she was charged by the FTC in a pyramid scheme and was banned from the marketing industry.

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