19-year York man dies in Windsor Town...

19-year York man dies in Windsor Township crash

There are 79 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Nov 26, 2010, titled 19-year York man dies in Windsor Township crash. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Crews responded to a one-car crash this morning in Windsor Township. One person died, the York County Coroner's office reported.

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Nikki Haines

Mountain Top, PA

#67 Nov 30, 2010
TAmmy, Robert, Dennis, and the rest of the family. I am soo sorry for your loss. I didnt really know Tre that well but just by the couple of times I did get to meet him at the house. He was a great guy and very outgoing and fun to be around. He will be missed and my thoughts and prayers are with you. I am soo sorry again.
PvtStambaugh

Middletown, OH

#69 Nov 30, 2010
I am so sorry for the family of tre parker. he was always a good kid, i played ball with him in middle school, he had a talent in baseball. his dad was a nice guy as well. i guess you never know when your time is up so you just have to live life while you have it. make the best of your life while you can. you will be missed tre but you are now with the other people from our school that we had lost tragically. take care tre
concerned citizen

AOL

#70 Nov 30, 2010
Good Friend wrote:
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Just so you know they werent drinking just thought you would like to know
I think you may be wrong! And if my inconsiderate preaching saves one life of a teenager then it is worth it. My heart breaks for the family. I have three children. There is way too much underage parties and underage drinking and I will preach it as long as I breathe
concerned citizen

AOL

#71 Nov 30, 2010
Courtney wrote:
Wow really... some people in this world are so so cruel!! Stuck in traffic?? Really... I hope nobody likes the gifts you eventually bought!! Drinking... It was black friday raining && dark... They were on their way BACK to his house when this happened... && The telephone pole jumping in front of them? I'm sure you are such a perfect driver you have never come close to hitting someone or something in your entire life!! Anyway R.I.P Tre you were a sweet sweet boy && God has gained such a sweet Angel!! My prayers are with your family <3 P.S. may you haunt all 3 of their dreams ^^^^:)
I think you may be wrong! And if my inconsiderate preaching saves one life of a teenager then it is worth it. My heart breaks for the family. I have three children. There is way too much underage parties and underage drinking and I will preach it as long as I breath. What does black friday have to do with it?
j miller

Windsor, PA

#72 Nov 30, 2010
has this young mans family buried him yet ive seen no viewing times
Kayl

Shippensburg, PA

#73 Nov 30, 2010
viewings are friday 6-9pm and saturday 10-11am. Funeral is Saturday at 11. 35 Gotham Place, Red Lion, PA. come support Tre &#9829;
Coach Ness

York, PA

#74 Dec 1, 2010
Cornell,
I am sorry to hear about your loss. I cannot even begin to imagine what you and your family are going through. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Red Lion Lion

Wrightsville, PA

#75 Dec 1, 2010
concerned citizen wrote:
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I think you may be wrong! And if my inconsiderate preaching saves one life of a teenager then it is worth it. My heart breaks for the family. I have three children. There is way too much underage parties and underage drinking and I will preach it as long as I breathe
Im sorry I dont want to have to say this on this forum but please be quiet. Yes your right about the many underage drinking partys and stuff in that nature. Well first of all, you don't know the truth about. Lastly you stop telling other people that they are wrong when you dont even know the truth about what happened the time when our beloved Tre Parker passed away.
close friend

East Earl, PA

#76 Dec 1, 2010
Tre if it weren't for you i would have never met half the people i consider great friends in my life, you brought me in close to the guys that helped me get through a rough year of college. Whether you realized it or not, you impacted my life to the greatest extent, and to honor you for everything you did for me; when robert finishes my nautical stars i will wear your initials in between the tips, right over my heart. I now truly know what it is like to lose someone close to me and i will continue to pray for your family every night; i hope you hear me up there bro i love you.
P.S. I can still hear you and nicki minaj putting the phrase, "I feel like..." on the beginning of every sentence.
york

Huntingdon Valley, PA

#77 Dec 1, 2010
Good Friend wrote:
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Just so you know they werent drinking just thought you would like to know
I'd bet a pay check speeding had everything to do with it! Very sad but if he wasn't following the law and obeying the speed limit then its better him instead of some innocent person driving along. I do feel for his parents hope they recover soon!!
york

Huntingdon Valley, PA

#78 Dec 1, 2010
Good Friend wrote:
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Just so you know they werent drinking just thought you would like to know
Did they already release the tox report?? Didn't think so, so how can you be so sure they were not drinking and speeding and driving like idiots? if they were doing any of the above then its "better them then someone else that was driving along"
Really

Sacramento, CA

#79 Dec 2, 2010
york wrote:
<quoted text> I'd bet a pay check speeding had everything to do with it! Very sad but if he wasn't following the law and obeying the speed limit then its better him instead of some innocent person driving along. I do feel for his parents hope they recover soon!!
First off, how are you going to try to say something like if he wasn't obeying speed limits and the law better him......IT WASN'T HIM DRIVING!!! He was a passenger in the vehicle!!!
Soldier From York

Sacramento, CA

#80 Dec 2, 2010
I know the family. Not as well as many of other people. There's not too much to be said but, our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
york pa

Wilmington, DE

#81 Dec 2, 2010
Really wrote:
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First off, how are you going to try to say something like if he wasn't obeying speed limits and the law better him......IT WASN'T HIM DRIVING!!! He was a passenger in the vehicle!!!
No but he was having a fun time driving with someone that was breaking the law and he chose to get in that car!
Coach Cook

York, PA

#82 Dec 2, 2010
Our deepest sympathy and prayers Cornell to you and Tammy and all the family during this time.
someone he knew

York, PA

#83 Dec 2, 2010
Tre, god baby I wish we would have got our chance. You were the sunshine for me when the clouds just wouldn't disappear. We had some amazing nights together just chillin' and we grew so close. I will forever love you Tre, forever. I can't wait to see you babyboy and I know we'll pick up right where we left off. I love you Tre Isaac <3. God just wanted to bring you home, he needed a new beautiful angel and though it was too soon...I know your in a better place even though I wish you were still in my arms. All those laughs between us keeping playin' in my head- I can't get enough of those nights we would just sit around watching movies and smiling at each other like we were in a little pre-teen crush!:) Rest in Peace love. <3
hmmmm

York, PA

#84 Dec 2, 2010
BoneBag wrote:
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Maybe your inconsiderate self would like to trade places with Tre. I'm sure his family wouldn't mind.
Hell no we wouldnt mind, just give us Tre back!!!!!!
janet

Wrightsville, PA

#85 Dec 4, 2010
The road that Tre lost his life on is a steep hill with a curve at the lower end. The morning that Tre lost his life, the road was wet due to a light rain that had been falling.(I know because I was driving home that night and saw the ambulances and police cars) At that curve, there is a telephone pole a few feet in from the road. Due to the steepness of the hill, it is easy to pick up speed on the way down. The car was traveling east so it was going down the hill. It is most likely that when the driver went to slow the vehicle for that curve on a steep hill, he lost control due to the wet road. And with it being dark, the driver may not have realized the curve that was approaching until it was too late to navigate it. It is tragic for all involved, for the family who lost a loved one, for the one driving who will forever replay in his mind the horror of that night, for the young man who left this world too soon.

My deepest sympathy to the family. Clearly, this young man was loved by many and touched their lives in positive ways.
Brittany

Marcus Hook, PA

#86 Nov 25, 2012
Missing you so much...still cant believe your gone. we all love you <3

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