CJ Taylor Death – CJ Taylor, a Granite City High School graduate has passed away unexpectedly. He died following a motorcycle accident when a vehicle struck him and left him on the side of the road. The authorities are requesting that anyone who saw the collision or who has any information related to the collision get in touch with them as soon as possible.
According to loved ones, he was doing something he loved to do and that’s ride his motorcycle which he was very proud of.
CJ Taylor GoFundMe
Dylan Belcher has established a GoFundMe page in order to support and help the family of CJ with the costs associated with the memorial service and funeral arrangements. CJ was the kind of guy who would go out of their way to assist a stranger. Even when he was off the clock, he had no qualms about getting his hands dirty and lending a helping hand to those in need. He was extraordinarily kind and hilarious, and he made everyone feel as though they had known him for years simply by being his buddy.
CJ has had a positive impact on and altered the course of so many people’s life without even being aware of it. He is going to have to say goodbye to his family, whom he has spoken extremely highly of. And he had a large number of pals who he cared very deeply and considered members of his family. All of the money will be handed to CJ’s parents to assist them with the costs of the funeral.
CJ Taylor Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family at a later date…
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Daniel R.W. Mull was indicted by a grand jury on charges of aggravated driving while under the influence of alcohol and recklessly causing the death of another person. On October 3, 2009, Mull, age 33, was operating one of the two motorcycles that were involved in a collision that resulted in a fatality. In the collision, Lisa Caradonna, 41, who was riding as Mull’s passenger, and William Guffey, 42, who was driving the second motorcycle, both lost their lives.
The other passenger, 21-year-old Alison Crandall, was hurt in the accident but managed to pull through, whilst the truck’s driver, 34-year-old Jonathan Basden, was completely unharmed. According to the authorities, Basden was turning left onto US Route 40 at the time of the collision. Both motorcyclists were attempting to pass Basden’s truck on the left side when they collided with the driver’s side of the vehicle.
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