From left, Diana Schmidt and her husband Bob Schmidt of Langhorne visit the grave of Diana;s father during Wreaths Across America Saturday, December 14, 2019 at Washington Crossing National Cemetery in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Thousands of wreaths are laid each year for Wreaths Across America by volunteers who gather and then place the wreaths at graves of veterans.
DUREYA, PA – SEPTEMBER 10: Sharyn Naylor of Dureya, Pennsylvania is comforted friends after she arrived home to survey the flood damage September 10, 2011 in Dureya, Pennsylvania. Major flooding along the Susquehanna River in the Wilkes Barre area caused millions in damage. Most people in Dureya do not have flood insurance because during Hurricane Agnes in 1972 the area did not flood. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
From left, Meghan Giglio, KaydenÕs aunt and Terhas White, friend of family hug during a silent demonstration outside the Bucks County Justice Center to protest Common Pleas Court Judge Jeffrey Trauger, who had allowed Kayden to have unsupervised visits with her father and murderer, Jeffrey Mancuso, in his Manayunk home, Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at Bucks County Justice Center in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. State Sen. Steven Santarsiero (D., Bucks) introduced a “Kayden’s Law” bill on Sept. 30, 2019, which requires among other things that judges include safeguards to protect a child when the child is visiting with a parent who has abused another member of the family/household. Santarsiero is holding a hearing on Thursday, Oct. 17, at the Lower Makefield Township Community Center in Yardley to hear from residents about his bill. Kayden had lived in Langhorne, Bucks County, with her mother and stepfather.