A fundraiser has been set to help the family of a lifelong area resident who was killed in a fatal car wreck last weekend.
The Primo Hoagie shop on Oxford Valley Road in the Langhorne section of Falls will be donating 10 percent of its profits on Monday, Dec. 10 to the family of 32-year-old mother of two Stacy Byrne.
The Croydon resident was known for always having a smile on her face as she served customers at the Radcliffe Cafe in Bristol Borough where she was employed.
The 32-year-old was .
Police told Patch that they suspected the speed of the striking vehicle was considered a factor in the deadly wreck.
A reporter from the Bristol Pilot newspaper said "silence reigned" over the crowd at the diner after it was announced that the popular waitress and mother to a 5 and 8 year old had passed away.
Byrne lived in the area her entire life and attended St. Mark Elementary School and Harry S. Truman High School. She later went to Temple University, according to her obituary.
"The family request that donations be made to The Olivia and Chase Byrne Education Fund, at Citizens Bank, 4565 New Falls Road., Levittown, Pa 19056, Attention: Jamie White," the obituary states.