Orefield man killed in motorcycle acc...

Orefield man killed in motorcycle accident -- themorningcall.com

There are 10 comments on the The Morning Call story from Sep 15, 2007, titled Orefield man killed in motorcycle accident -- themorningcall.com. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

An Orefield man died today after his motorcycle collided with another vehicle in Lowhill Township, authorities said.

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superbad

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Sep 15, 2007
Guy was great when he was on WAEB as a "good guy" gonna miss him long time
OpenUrEyes

Kutztown, PA

#2 Sep 15, 2007
I've said it many times over again, "motorcycles are dangerous!" Yes, they're fun and exciting but then again, you must take caution. It's a risk anyone takes when they hop on a bike. It can happen to you and me and it happens so fast! That's my fear of losing a loved one or a dear friend on a bike!

My heart goes out to the family! It's tragic and it hurts when it hits home. You heard it over and over again, be careful, and you never think it'll happen to you and it does.

This man was probably an experienced motorcycle driver, what went wrong, only the driver of the vehicle could tell us, but I gurantee you that it was not the motorcyle's fault!!

Those damned cell phones!

“As Real As It Gets”

Since: Sep 07

Allentown, PA

#3 Sep 15, 2007
my heart goes out to the family
Bryan 3620

Northampton, PA

#4 Sep 15, 2007
OpenUrEyes wrote:
I've said it many times over again, "motorcycles are dangerous!" Yes, they're fun and exciting but then again, you must take caution. It's a risk anyone takes when they hop on a bike. It can happen to you and me and it happens so fast! That's my fear of losing a loved one or a dear friend on a bike!
My heart goes out to the family! It's tragic and it hurts when it hits home. You heard it over and over again, be careful, and you never think it'll happen to you and it does.
This man was probably an experienced motorcycle driver, what went wrong, only the driver of the vehicle could tell us, but I gurantee you that it was not the motorcyle's fault!!
Those damned cell phones!
Yeah,
I hope this wasn't another tragedy because the driver of the 4 wheels pulled out into an intersection without even noticing the rider with 2 wheels.
Please, all of you, look for the smaller vehicles that share the roadway.
Most motorcycle accidents happen in the intersection because of that reason.
Please pay attention.
Reality

Springtown, PA

#5 Sep 15, 2007
Guy was great on WAEB. Those were good times, great radio. Now we hust hear bla,bla,bla, with Gubber Walsh.
sad

United States

#7 Sep 16, 2007
Whats sad is that this man was killed by two speeding teenage girls. May he rest in peace and may these children own up to what they have done.

“I Can't Believe U People!”

Since: Mar 07

Somewhere in the Valley

#8 Sep 16, 2007
sad wrote:
Whats sad is that this man was killed by two speeding teenage girls. May he rest in peace and may these children own up to what they have done.
There's got to be a new law to be enforced for this young kids who drive careless and take someone's life. They should be banned from driving for the rest of their lives.
Friend

East Stroudsburg, PA

#10 Sep 16, 2007
Guy was a great man.He will truly be missed.
Bryan Zeiner

Greenwood, DE

#11 Sep 17, 2007
I'm sad to hear of the passing of Guy. I only met him once, back in February 1982, during our mutual participation in Career Day at our Alma Mater, Muhlenberg College. I remember that he seemed extremely friendly and also that I envied the fact that I couldn't get my mustache to grow in as fully as Guy's did. The things we remember from our past can be funny at times. I send my condolences to Guy's family and friends.

Bryan E. Zeiner, Muhlenberg College 1978
Rory Ackley

Fogelsville, PA

#13 Sep 21, 2007
The Death of my father was a horrible tragedy in comparrison to the life he lived with joy and compassion for others. I want to thank those of you who have shared some beautifull stories about his life. It gives my family comfort to know how many lives he has touched.

I have also noticed some other comments in which people have speculated on how my father died. Unfortunately that brings up alot of issues and controversies some poeple feel the need to write about at the expense of people that loved him. Yes, among many thigs my dad was a biker. He was the quinessential bas ass biker that did'nt have a mean bone in his body. He loved the ride, not for the image or due to a mid life crises stunt, but simply because it made him feel free.

To those of you with hate in your heart, that feel the need to express yourself I ask you to please find another means to do so.

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