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De Wane Cotter Funeral Home

711 Main Street
Wrightstown, WI 54180
(920) 532-4366
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18-Year-Old Killed In Rt. 413 Motorcycle Crash Died 'Doing What He Loved' - Patch.com

Monday, August 01, 2016

An 18-year-old man died Sunday in a motorcycle crash on Rt. 413 in Buckingham, just north of Wrightstown Township.Robert L. Lord III passed away "doing what he loved, driving his motorcycle on a road in Buckingham," according to an obituary shared by Campbell Funeral Homes. Lord was a 2006 graduate of Neshaminy High School who lived in Langhorne.The crash happened around 9:30 p.m. on Rt. 413 south of Lower Mountain Road, according to a report by The Intelligencer. Lord crashed into a tree and was pronounced dead at the scene, the publication reported.Here is the rest of his obituary:Bobby was the beloved son of Candace and Christian Holleran, the loving brother of Avery and Natalie Holleran and the cherished grandson of Edward and Elaine Nau. He is also survived by his aunt and cousins.Bobby loved life and had a generous spirit. He helped everyone no matter who they were and was an incredible person who will be missed by many. He loved his family and friends, being outdoors especially fishing, swimming and spending hours on his dirt bike, his Corvette, pick up truck, motorcycl...

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18-Year-Old Killed In Rt. 413 Motorcycle Crash Died 'Doing What He Loved' - Patch.com

Monday, August 01, 2016

An 18-year-old man died Sunday in a motorcycle crash on Rt. 413 in Buckingham, just north of Wrightstown Township.Robert L. Lord III passed away "doing what he loved, driving his motorcycle on a road in Buckingham," according to an obituary shared by Campbell Funeral Homes. Lord was a 2006 graduate of Neshaminy High School who lived in Langhorne.The crash happened around 9:30 p.m. on Rt. 413 south of Lower Mountain Road, according to a report by The Intelligencer. Lord crashed into a tree and was pronounced dead at the scene, the publication reported.Here is the rest of his obituary:Bobby was the beloved son of Candace and Christian Holleran, the loving brother of Avery and Natalie Holleran and the cherished grandson of Edward and Elaine Nau. He is also survived by his aunt and cousins.Bobby loved life and had a generous spirit. He helped everyone no matter who they were and was an incredible person who will be missed by many. He loved his family and friends, being outdoors especially fishing, swimming and spending hours on his dirt bike, his Corvette, pick up truck, motorcycl...