Tracy Campbell Death – Tracy Campbell, Stingers Bar in Wixom owner has passed away following a fatal motorcycle accident. The Michigan Confederation of Clubs offer their sincerest condolences to the family of TC (Tracy Campbell) of the Scorpions Oakland County and the entire Scorpion Nation on his sudden passing. He leaves behind a beautiful wife and family.
When it first opened its doors in January of 2007, Stingers was already well on its way to becoming the newest “hot spot.” The natives quickly discovered that in addition to having an excellent lunch and supper menu, the restaurant also had the hottest wait staff in the entire city. Due to Stingers’ ever-increasing popularity, the establishment was forced to construct an outdoor patio in order to expand its seating capacity during the warmer months and continue to attract the most discerning clients in the city.
This biker-owned and -friendly club features a broad variety of entertainment options, including shooting some pool, watching a sporting event on one of the ten flat-screen televisions, playing Keno, and catching some live entertainment seven nights a week.
Tracy Campbell Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Man killed after motorcycle accident in Oakland County
A 20-year-old was killed over the weekend in Oakland County when his motorcycle collided with a deer, causing him to cross into opposing traffic, where he was struck by an SUV, according to police. According to authorities, 20-year-old Lucas Dreven Nash of Commerce Township was operating a 2010 Yamaha R6 motorcycle south on Harvey Lake Road when he struck a deer.
The collision caused Nash to lose control of his motorcycle, which then crossed the center line and entered northbound traffic, according to deputies from Oakland County. According to investigators, Nash was struck by a 2017 Ford Escape driven northbound by a 25-year-old resident of Holly. Nash was treated by firefighters from Highland Township, but he succumbed to his injuries at the site. According to officials, he was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
Police reported that the driver of the Escape sustained minor injuries and was discharged. He was wearing a seat belt during the collision. Alcohol and narcotics are not believed to have contributed to this accident.
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