Two Montgomery County state representatives have proposed renaming a portion of Main Street in Trappe Borough near its fire house to honor fallen Pennsylvania State Trooper Brandon Sisca.
Final tributes for Pennsylvania Trooper and Trappe Fire Company Chief Branden Sisca, who died in the line of duty Monday while providing emergency assistance, were delivered Saturday amid a crowd of thousands in Collegeville.
The obituary for fallen state Trooper and Trappe Fire Chief Branden Sisca is now available for reading online. State Police have published specifications for funeral services parking and a Saturday procession. And the chief's firefighting brethren are polishing a special tribute.
Pennsylvania State Police Troopers Branden Sisca and Martin Mack assisted the public even in tragedy. Both were organ and tissue donors. Their life-giving gifts are estimated to improve the lives of hundreds of people.
Funeral services have been scheduled for Troopers Branden Sisca and Martin Mack. Also, two charitable funds are being dedicated to the Sisca family: the Montgomery County Hero Fund, and a GoFundMe page.
Fire companies across Montgomery County and beyond are publicly sharing their grief after the death of Trappe Fire Chief and Pennsylvania State Trooper Branden Sisca, and his partner Trooper Martin Mack.
State Trooper Branden Sisca, 29, who also served as chief of the Trappe Fire Company, and fellow Trooper Martin Mack, 33, lost their lives Monday while they dealt with an emergency in Philadelphia.