Kellen Bischoff Obituary: Kellen Bischoff Dies Suddenly / Kutztown Shooting

Kellen Bischoff Obituary – Cause of Death: Kellen Bischoff Dies Suddenly / Kutztown Shooting.

Kellen Joseph Bischoff of Manahawkin, NJ died unexpectedly at the age of 19, on Saturday November 12, 2022.

Kellen was a lifelong resident of Manahawkin and graduate from Southern Regional High School class of 2022. He was a member of the National Honor Society and the Southern Regional Rams wrestling team, his fun-loving personality was infectious and left an impression on all who knew him.

“Rest in Power to my homie, slatt, and all around brother kellen bischoff. He was one of a main influence on me starting wrestling, listening to Van Halen, and overall telling me to be myself. He was a true friend and a great one, I won’t ever forget our times homie rock on forever in heaven i’ll miss you dearly,” a tribute post shared via Facebook read.

Words fall short of expressing our grief for your loss, as we mourn with family and friends for this great loss. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you. Please receive our heartfelt condolences.

Feel free to drop condolences messages and prayers for the family and friends of the deceased as it will go a very long way at this difficult time of theirs.

READ MORE: Craig Hutain, Len Root and Terry Barker Obituary News: At Least 3 Confirmed Dead Following Tragic Two-World War Plane Collision During Dallas Air Show.

At least three people have now been confirmed dead after two vintage World War Two planes collided and crashed at an air display in the US state of Texas.

The tragedy happened at the Wings Over Dallas airshow around 1:20 p.m. on Saturday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

The footage shows the planes colliding at a low altitude, splitting one of the planes in half. The impact on the earth is visible as a fireball.

The aircraft, one of which was a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, were participating in a memorial air show close to Dallas.

Fellow AA pilot & Grey Eagle #4959 Terry Barker and fellow AA pilot Len Root were the pilots on the B-17 midair at KRBD. The other airplane was a P-63 piloted by UAL CA Craig Hutain. On behalf of The Grey Eagles our sincere condolences. Terry retired in 2020 and Len in 2021.






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