Catch You Later Foundation is a non profit organization comprised of those who love the O'Donnell family most. Former students, friends, and the grieving wife and daughter, Pam and Ali O'Donnell that are left behind.

It is our hope that we can help send a senior high school student to college with a small scholarship. College is something Bridget wanted to do but sadly that opportunity was tragically taken from her. Help us assist another student get to college with a small scholarship in her memory by making a donation today.


The Catch You Later Foundation was created to spread awareness of the NJ State #77 Aggressive Driving program.


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On May 21, 2020, a fatal crash occurred at milepost 403 on US 287 south of Laramie, Wyoming. Around 11:09 a.m., Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers were dispatched to the area for a motor vehicle collision.

A 1999 Dodge Ram was traveling southbound on US 287 when the driver pulled over on the right shoulder of the roadway. The driver of the Dodge proceeded to attempt a left-handed U-turn and did not see an approaching southbound 2020 Volvo Conventional commercial truck. The Volvo collided with the side of the Dodge.

The driver of the Dodge has been identified as 71-year-old Laramie, Wyoming resident Harvey J. Besneatte. Besneatte was wearing his seatbelt and succumbed to his injuries at the scene of the crash. The passenger in the vehicle has been identified as 54-year-old Laramie, Wyoming resident Robert J. Besneatte. He was wearing his seatbelt and succumbed to his injuries at the scene of the crash.

The driver of the Volvo has been identified as 36-year-old Denver, Colorado resident Muzamil A. Abdelrah Abdelkarim. He was wearing his seatbelt and not injured in the crash.

Driver inattention on the part of Besneatte is being investigated as a possible contributing factor.

This is the 28th and 29th fatalities on Wyoming’s roadways in 2020 compared to 64 in 2019, 36 in 2018, and 36 in 2017 to date.
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4 years ago today, just 2 months and 5 days after an impaired driver started a chain of events that ultimately killed the little graduate and her daddy, we attended her graduation. There were no flowers or balloons, there was no celebration for the graduate, just tears! A 100% preventable crash and lives forever destroyed. ... See MoreSee Less

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November 20, 2019

Christmas Party Saturday Dec 21 2019 6-9pm

October 16, 2019

Bayonne Bergen Point Fall Festival October 19th

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September 14, 2019

Bayonne First Responder Day charity softball tournament

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July 13, 2019

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May 31, 2019

Car crash re-creation at Bayonne High School

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September 30, 2018

2018 2nd anniversary candle vigil

In Memoriam

Our history is a short one, having only been created after the events that took place on February 22, 2016. It was after the crash that we realized too little number of people are aware of the NJ State #77 Aggressive Driving Program.


In Memoriam

Tim affectionately known as "Coach" was a father, husband, softball coach, high school teacher, & friend. He was an avid fan of the NY Giants, NY Mets, Rutgers Football & Basketball and The Grateful Dead. He was fiercely dedicated to his daughters & wife. Tim, graduating from a Jesuit High School exemplified being a "man for others" in every way possible.

Bridget was a 5 year old with an old soul. She was a sister, daughter, & friend with aspirations of being a graduate of Arizona State College and becoming a Cancer Curing Singing doctor. Bridget was extremely close to her best friend & big sister Ali. Her favorite song was Rachel Platton's "Fight Song" and Frozen's "Let It Go". Bridie Bear, as her daddy called her, would light up any room she entered.