Norma Phillips Thorworth

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Norma Phillips Thorworth (died 29 March 2001) was the second national president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). She became involved with the organization soon after her son, Dean, and his girlfriend, Leticia Crosthwaite, were killed by a drunk driver - Glenn M. Cox Jr., of Escondido, CA - on Thanksgiving Day 1981 in San Diego, California.

MADD presidents[edit]

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  1. ^ MADD National Presidents: 1980 to Present
  2. ^ Immediate Past President: Wendy Hamilton
  3. ^ MADD National President, Glynn Birch

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