The third victim was earlier named as 30-year-old Mohammed Fasha (top right).
Tauqeer Hussain, 26, (inset, bottom left) who was in the Audi S3, was also killed.
Today, the Stefanie Spielman Breast Cancer Research Fund at the Ohio State University has raised more than million. He remarried a year and a half ago, and wife Carrie joined him on the trip to Bonita Springs, along with two of his girls and Carrie's two daughters."I started to finally choose joy over sadness, peace over pain," Spielman said.
"To love and be loved, and, finally, to triumph over tragedy."Spielman's message closed out the 10th anniversary season for the Bonita Christian Forum, but four speakers have already been announced for Season 11, starting Nov.
Spielman put his comeback on hold; his new mission was to battle cancer with his high school sweetheart.
The cancer went into remission, and the Spielmans had two more children, but the disease reared its ugly head again, and again.
Both Tauqeer and Kasar posted pictures of a black Audi A3 on their Facebook pages in 2015 (centre).
He still carries the worn paper with the written declaration ? In 1998, Spielman's life, and priorities, came crashing down harder than any tackle he'd ever endured on the field.
Kasar Jehangir, 25, (left) was named by neighbours as one of the six victims in the shocking crash in Birmingham city centre (bottom right).
But locals told how he had just been released from jail after admitting driving dangerously and possessing drugs with an intent to supply.
He defined himself as a football player above all else. When he was younger, the dream of being a professional football player consumed him, overshadowing all other ambitions and propelling him to greatness on the field, first as a standout for Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio, then as a two-time All American at The Ohio State University.
He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1988, beginning an 11-year career in the National Football League.