Former Gettysburg resident and frequent participant in Gettysburg Community Theatre productions Ann Walsh sings and talks at a memorial service Sunday afternoon at the office of Adams County Coroner Patricia Felix.

There is no “getting over” grief, but only working through it, several speakers said Sunday at a biennial event held at the office of Adams County Coroner Patricia Felix to remember those who lost their lives in traffic crashes on county roadways over the previous two years.

About 20 friends and families of such victims attended the event Sunday in honor of David Wolfe, John Donmoyer Sr., Richard Fitz, William Hance, Roy Myers, Glenn Doyle, Mitchel Macy, Paulino Sanchez Torres, Carlos Alvarez, Kevin Johnson, Steven Ross, Jaiden Adkins, Joshua Fitchett, Terry Sager, Kenneth Kuykendall, Lacey Finneyfrock, Durland Webb, Gretchen Gebhart, Wesley Griffis, Andrew Flath, and Larry Malinosky.

T.W. Burger began is journalism career at the Gettysburg Times in 1985. He worked for several other newspapers in the area during the 1990s and 2000s before returning to the Times as a correspondent in 2013.

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