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Water Safety: Brian and Nathan Keese Drowning Water Safety Group

Brian & Nathan Keese
Water Safety Group

Help us prevent boating under the influence and drowning.


On March 27, 2010, Brian (36) and Nathan (8) Keese were in a tragic, yet preventable drowning accident while on a father/son fishing trip to Stockton Lake, MO. Water temperatures were in the 30s and they weren't wearing life jackets. Complying with Missouri law (children 6 and under must wear a life jacket) they were on the boat, but not on the persons. We are now advocating for a law change to comply with the U.S. Coast Guard Interim regulation, which states that children 12 and under are required to wear a pfd.
We also believe that education is key in changing our culture concerning water safety. Some don't grasp the importance of it and others simply do not know enough about it. We hope to change all of that. Our goal is to make waters safer by promoting life jacket use by all persons while underway on any water vessel and educating others on related subjects, such as cold water dangers in open waters, weather awareness, and how detrimental drinking while boating can be (BUI). 
Formed in 2020, the group is called the Brian and Nathan Keese Water Safety Group and is part of The group was formed out the ongoing relationship The Brian and Nathan Keese Water Safety Organization has with the Sea Tow Foundation in working together to prevent boating under the influence and drowning.


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Phone: 888-276-5085
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Post by Craig Keese, Monday, March 16, 2020
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