In a special notice written on Facebook from the Borough of Trappe in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Trooper and Fire Chief Branden Sisca will be laid to rest on Saturday, April 2, 2022.
A procession honoring him will come through the community of Trappe as he is brought to the service.
They ask that members of the community respect and understand that during the hours of 10:00AM and 12:00 PM there may be delays and temporary road closures on Main Street, 3rd Avenue (Route 113), Boro Line Road, and 5th Avenue.
UPT says, we kindly ask that anyone wishing to pay their respects but are unable to attend his service to please line the procession route safely and wave American flags to show support for his family.
The procession will be leaving the funeral home at 10:30 a.m., traveling West on Germantown Pike, continuing west on Main Street in Collegeville into Trappe Borough, passing the Trappe Fire Company.
The procession will turn right onto Main Street, left on Route 113, and left on Route 29 to the High School.
They thank the community of Trappe and around the area for their understanding as the community mourns this great loss.
PA Trooper Martin Mack III and Sisca were aiding a person who was walking the highway, Reyes Rivera Oliveras, near the South Philadelphia sports complexes on March 21 when a drunk driver hit them, and they were killed in an early Monday morning traffic accident on I-95.
“On behalf of the Borough of Trappe and Trappe Borough Council, with great sorrow and empathy for family and friends, offer our condolences as I announce the passing of Branden Sisca. This is truly a tragic and unfortunate loss, though I have no doubt that our community will rally around his wife, family, friends, and fellow members of Trappe Fire Company and Emergency Services. We are reminded as we mourn the loss of a community pillar, the risk the brave men and women take to protect our communities every day,” said Marcus Dolny, Trappe Borough Manager.
Our thoughts are with their families, friends, and their communities at this time.
More information can be found in The Philadelphia Inquirer.