Steve Proctor New Paris, IN, died after motorcycle accident in Goshen, IN

He was traveling from New Hampshire to Indiana when the crash happened. Learn more about Steve Proctor Obituary and funeral plans..

Steve Proctor Death – Steve Proctor of New Paris, Indiana, has passed away unexpectedly, his son Ali Proctor confirmed the news of his passing on social media. According to Ali, Steve was traveling home from New Hampshire to Indiana when he was involved in a fatal motorcycle accident.

Brooke Breese of Chicago, Illinois, wrote on Facebook that it is so hard putting into words what Steve Proctor meant to her. Coach taught her all the things a good coach does – timeliness, teamwork, and dedication. And beyond that, he cared for her like a father does. He celebrated her successes. He forced her to take ownership of her missteps. Brooke sad he once made her apologize to her mom because he overheard her being a brat to her. He helped pay he tuition so he could stay at IU.

Steve Proctor Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

RELATED ARTICLE: Deadly crash on Route 63 in Goshen

An accident involving a motorcycle that occurred early on Wednesday morning resulted in the death of one person. According to the state police, the collision took place on Route 63 (North Street). According to the police, a motorcyclist rear-ended a vehicle that was making a left turn into a driveway at the time of the collision.

According to the state police, the rider of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the site. His name was Travis Raymond, and he was 28 years old and from Torrington. According to the police, both the driver and the passenger in the vehicle had minor injuries but chose not to seek medical treatment.

According to the reports of the police, Route 63 was closed both at the rotary in Goshen and at the intersection of Routes 63 and 43. The location is now again accessible. The state police have stated that they are looking into the crash.

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