Jeffrey Kallister is still in prison as of April 21, 2017, six years after killing Korey and Rachel Korenchuck.
Kallister is scheduled to be released on parole on April 15, 2019.
Video of the mangled motorcycle….Jeff Kallister ran from the scene after wreck…hit another truck which also had a drunk driver at the wheel…
From Journal Star
PEORIA —Korey and Rachel Korenchuk will be remembered by loved ones as a couple passionate about their two young daughters, Harley-Davidsons, and photography.
Michael “Korey” Korenchuk, 40, and Rachel Korenchuk, 30, both of 1010 Nassau Drive, were killed early Sunday after their motorcycle was struck at a stop light by an alleged drunken driver.
“They were such a beautiful couple that was very much in love,” Korey’s mother, Hilary Korenchuk, said Sunday afternoon. “My son would always kiss me hello and goodbye. He always said ‘I love you, Mom.'”
The Korenchuks were on a motorcycle in a northbound lane of Sheridan Road about 1:55 a.m. and stopped at a red light at the intersection of Sheridan and Glen Avenue when the crash occurred, police said ….MORE
Jeff Kallister is the marketing manager at S&K Buick
Can S & K really afford to have its personnel driving around killing potential customers….impaired driving is a CHOICE, not an accident…hitting someone is a predictable outcome of driving after drinking.
|ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS|
INTERNET INMATE STATUS
AS OF: Tuesday, April 16, 2019
|M29826 – KALLISTER, JEFFREY|
Parent Institution: TAYLORVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
Location: PAROLE DISTRICT 3
Date of Birth: 08/21/1981Weight:172 lbs. Hair: Brown Sex: Male Height:6 ft. 01 in.Race:WhiteEyes: Blue
MARKS, SCARS, & TATTOOS TATTOO, SHOULDER, RIGHT – MICHELLE
KALLISTER 10-4-10TATTOO, SHOULDER, RIGHT – CELTIC CROSS RIBBON
TATTOO, SHOULDER, RIGHT – FOREVER IN MY HEART 10-2-57
ADMISSION / RELEASE / DISCHARGE INFO
Parole Date: 04/15/2019
Projected Discharge Date:04/15/2021
OFFENSE: AGG DUI/DEATH OF ANOTHER
CUSTODY DATE: 06/27/2012
SENTENCE: 8 Years 0 Months 0 Days
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO