Crash Kills Doylestown-Area Man

A car crash in Buckingham on Friday killed a Doylestown man.

A car crash on Rt. 413 early Friday has killed a Doylestown man.

Buckingham police are investigating the crash, which occured when a car struck a utility pole, according to a report on phillyburbs.com.

Justin M. Pray, 28, of Sagewood Court, Doylestown, (Buckingham Township) was killed in the crash, according to police.

Doylestown borough police, the Central Bucks Ambulance and the Midway Fire Co. assisted at the scene, according to phillyburbs.


UPDATE: A celebration of life service for Justin Pray will be held Thursday. Click here for more details.

Gerri & Jon Bard December 05, 2012 at 03:20 AM
Jon and I send our heartfelt sympathy in your time of great sorrow. Only those who have lost a son/sibling can know the depts. of your feelings. We remember Justin as a kind, funny, bright and fine young man who also was a wonderful babysitter to our sons Justin & Dylan when they were young. The Bard family sends you our love to give you strength to bear your sorrow.
Nakia Williams December 05, 2012 at 02:40 PM
Cathy, You are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. In the mid-night hours when it is most trying to find peace, know that God is with you and he will provide you with a peace that surpasses all understanding. Be Blessed... Nakia Williams
Foster Winans December 05, 2012 at 02:50 PM
Obituary: Justin Michael Pray of Doylestown, Pa., died Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, in a single car accident on Route 413 in Buckingham, Pennsylvania. He was 28. Justin was born July 16, 1984 in Port Jefferson, N.Y., graduated from Central Bucks East High School in 2002, and earned his bachelor's degree from Penn State University in 2008. He is survived by his mother, Cathy S. Pray, of Doylestown; his father, Andrew D. Pray, also of Doylestown; a brother Kyle A. Pray, and a sister, Kelly J. Pray, both of Philadelphia. Justin is remembered by the many people who crossed his path as outgoing, charismatic, smart, and an enthusiastic conversationalist who could find something in common with just about everyone he met. He was an avid reader, enjoyed scuba diving, and was a passionate player of the popular trading card game, Magic: The Gathering at Cyborg One in Doylestown. His special spot was High Rocks in Ralph Stover State Park in Tinicum Township. A celebration of his life will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, in the auditorium of Central Bucks East High School, 2804 Holicong Road, Doylestown, PA. Memorial contributions, in lieu of flowers, may be made to C. B. East Band Parents Association, at Central Bucks East High School, 2804 Holicong Road, Doylestown, PA 18902.
Andrew D. Pray December 11, 2012 at 12:26 PM
Hi Foster, I don't want to lose touch with you and I would love to attend. I make my own wine and would be happy to share that as well as any other items you put on my list. I hope this happens. Peace, Andy
Foster Winans December 11, 2012 at 08:25 PM
Friends of JUSTIN M. PRAY I'm sure I speak for Justin's family when I say how gratifying it was to see so many people turn out for the event at CB East. His mom and dad (Cathy and Andy) spoke, as did other members of the family. Kyle, his younger brother by about three years, told a couple of funny and spot-on anecdotes about Justin. Also speaking were his employer, and a very young couple who knew Justin through Cyborg One, the comic shop, and were introduced to each other there by Justin--a matchmaker! I said a few words, including that, in a world full of caterpillars, Justin was a butterfly. He was a dreamer and creative person who was happiest at the end, working for a bicycle retailer with other young people instead of in a corporate setting.


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