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In Memory of Those Who Died on Their Bikes

(If you would like to add someone, please send info to help@FallenRidersFoundation.net)

 

Mickey "White Wolf" Pridmore 12-10-1947 to 6-23-2007

Died on Route 115 in Avoyelles Parish, attributed to rider error.

2003 Harley-Davidson Sportster

Danny Walker d. 6-21-2007

Died on McKeithen Road in Rapides Parish

*In Memory Of Chris. 10/12/09*

My husband was killed by a 17yr. old girl turning left in front of him on his bike 2 yrs. ago. Granted we lived in Ohio but I am from Colfax-Grant Parrish area and moved back home last year after all the court hearings.

Pam "Dizzy"

 

Bandido Shocks Lafayette Chapter

Killed on September 2, 2012 when a man ran a stop sign.

 

*In Memory Of "Big Gene" Hickman*
 

*In Memory of William Charles "Billy" Baehne, age 24*

 Billy was born April 22, 1990 in McHenry IL and passed away Friday, June 27, 2014 in McHenry, doing the thing he loved the most, riding his motorcycle.

>Billy, a 2008 graduate of McHenry High School, was a motorcycle enthusiast and an entrepreneur.  Ever since he got his license at 16, he told everyone in his life that if he died on his motorcycle, we should not be sad because he died doing why he loved more than anything in the world! He was smiling.
 

*In Memory of Wayne Grothe, age 23*

  (5/25/91 ~ 7/28/14)

of Hoffman Estates, and a graduate of Conant High School (IL) in 2009.

He worked at a Harley-Davidson dealership.

Killed on July 28, 2014 by driver who said she just didn't see him!
 

*In Memory of Willard LaMark Bejer*

  (6/09/55 ~ 11/24/13)

born in Port Arthur TX, grew up in Ruby LA, and called Houston TX home until the day of his death.

Killed in a "hit and run" on the interstate in Houston TX.  One year later, the driver remains at large.  He was a lifelong, avid rider and member of the Deacons of Deadwood (MC), a non-profit organization that raises funds for Texas Children's Charities. 

He was a father, brother, grandfather and friend to all.
 

DoD # 97 "Hangman"

*In Memory of Tim Browning, 48*

Hit by a distracted driver during a ride on Memorial Day weekend 2017.

A friend and fellow rider stayed with him until he was transported to the ER. He ultimately passed away on June 4, 2017 from the multiple injuries sustained.

He was a meticulous rider and the accident was in no way his fault. He left behind four daughters. The youngest being just 6 years old.



 

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