When “American Top 40” disc jockey Casey Kasem died at 82, the L.A. radio host was remembered for his famously smooth voice.
Two years since his death, one of his daughters is using her own voice to prevent other adult children from going through the ordeal she experienced in her father’s final months.
Kerri Kasem, 43, visited Annapolis Thursday to testify in the Maryland legislature on a measure to protect visitation rights for friends or family members of sick, disabled or dying people.
While Casey struggled with Lewy Body Dementia, a progressive brain disorder, his three children from his first marriage said their stepmother barred them from seeing him. Jean...