, Salem, MA


May 10, 2013

Letter: Local rider’s death spurred safety movement


In 2007, a Survivors Fund was started in southeastern Massachusetts. And in 2008, a Blackstone Valley Survivors Fund was started that in 2010 changed to the Worcester County Survivors Fund.

Today, we remember what took Nelly from his family 13 years ago and remember what has come because of his death. We thank his family, friends and the riding community for all they have contributed in helping other families.

Rest in peace, Nelson.

Paul W. Cote


Paul Cote is president of the Massachusetts Motorcyclists’ Survivors Fund.

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