Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) June 26, 2012
A Mr. Rooter plumbing service technician died and his brother suffered major injuries when their truck hit a pole Sunday morning in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, according to state police.
Sean Christopher O’Hara, 22, of Beaver Falls, the passenger, died when he was ejected from the 1994 Ford Ranger just before 10:30 a.m. O’Hara worked for Mr. Rooter Plumbing, according to Bob Beall, president. (Sean O’Hara with baby Landon, furnished by a family member) Sean was born: January 10, 1990
Ryan David O’Hara, 19, also of Beaver Falls, was heading southbound along Benedict Lane when he lost control of the truck, police said. He was taken by medical helicopter to UPMC Presbyterian in Oakland. According to a spokesperson for the family, his surgery went well, but no details about his present condition were released. Neither of the men were wearing a seat belt, according to investigators.
A bank account has been established for 2 year-old, Landon Christopher Stanley O’Hara, the plumbing technician’s only son.
Landon will turn 2, on July 24, 2012 without his father. The brother, Ryan, 19, was flown to UPMC with life threatening injuries. Campbell’s Funeral Home in Chippewa (Beaver Falls), PA will have details after Wednesday, June 25, 2012
The accident was violent, throwing the plumber from the Ford Ranger; the younger O’Hara survivor, was driving.
Bob Beall, president of Mr. Rooter Plumbing Pittsburgh and Youngstown says, “My wife and I have fostered 15 children and adopted three. Our hearts are breaking for Landon who will grow up without his Daddy.” Beall, immediately upon hearing of the Mr. Rooter Plumbing service technician’s tragic death, established The Landon O’Hara Fund for the toddler. The bank account was opened in the toddler’s name at First National Bank, 20100 Route 19, Cranberry Township, PA 16066. Details will be available as soon as the PayPal account verifies to begin collecting donations. Beall is using the power of IndieGoGo.com for donations and the goal has been set for $50,000 in 120 days. Donations can be mailed to the above mentioned Bank now: In care of Landon O’Hara.
“Our hearts and prayers go out to young Landon, his mother and the grandparents of the young boy,” expressed Carol Beall, wife of the president of Mr. Rooter Plumbing Pittsburgh and Youngstown. The maternal grandfather, Leonard, helped with information to set up the Landon O’Hara Fund, today.
July 24, 2012–Age 2
Landon resides with his mother, Katie Lynn Stanley, Enon Valley, PA 16120.
Thank you in advance for your generosity to the Landon O’Hara Fund. Unexpected tragedy as this leaves an entire family and community in shock.
How You Can Help Mr. Rooter Plumbing Help Landon
Details Will Continue To Be Updated As Information Becomes Available
Mr. Rooter Plumbing Pittsburgh is seeking $50,000 for Landon O’Hara.
Everyone who donates will be automatically be registered for Mr. Rooter’s Daily Tips and will receive Mr. Rooter Plumbing’s Valued Customer Protection Plan for five years, a $199.95 value. (Limited to the first 100 contributors within
the service area of Mr. Rooter Plumbing Pittsburgh and Youngstown.)
(Details at http://www.mrrootermedia.com)
All proceeds go directly into the Landon O’Hara Fund.
Contributions can be mailed to: First National Bank, 20100 Rt. 19, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066 c/o Landon O’Hara
Contact Debra Santavicca, PR, SMM, WebIT @ 724-553-9510. http://www.mrrootermedia.com or email@example.com