Max Harris Moliken, a 21-year-old beloved member of the Collegeville, Pennsylvania community, was suddenly passed away from their loved ones in a tragic accident. Max had an infectious energy and spirit that drew people to him and left an unforgettable impression on all who encountered him.
Keep reading this article to know more about this Tragic Incident
Who was Max Moliken?
Max was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania on March 10th 2001 and moved with his family to Collegeville when he was 9 years old. He graduated from Perkiomen Valley High School in 2019 with honors, having excelled academically as well as athletically.
He had gone on to pursue a degree in business at Temple University while also working part-time as an intern at a local accounting firm. Throughout his life he had shown himself to be an industrious young man who valued hard work and dedication.
Max was beloved not only by his friends but also by his community which he served selflessly through volunteer work and charitable donations alike. He provided countless hours of service to the Saint Joe’s Soup Kitchen over the course of several years and actively participated in fundraisers for numerous non-profit organizations throughout Montgomery County.
He was known for his brilliant sense of humor which brought joy to everyone around him on even the darkest days – creating lasting memories which will never be forgotten by those lucky enough to have known him best.
How did Max Moliken die?
The Montgomery County District Attorney and Collegeville Borough Police Chief announced an investigation into the tragic crash that occurred last week in Collegeville. On Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 4pm a white Nissan Rogue collided with 21-year-old Max Moliken of Collegeville near the intersection of Second Avenue and Park Avenue. After receiving critical injuries from the accident, Moliken later succumbed to his wounds. The investigation is ongoing as law enforcement attempts to determine what caused this catastrophic event that cost an innocent young life.
What was the cause of Max Moliken death?
Tragedy struck Collegeville Borough this past Tuesday afternoon when a pedestrian crash occurred at the intersection of Second Avenue and Park Avenue. Investigators arrived at the scene of the accident to find a white Nissan Rogue and the victim, Max Moliken, suffering from multiple severe injuries. He was immediately flown to Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia for medical attention, where he tragically succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday night. The driver of the Nissan Rogue stayed on scene and has been helpful with police efforts to determine what caused his deat
Montgomery County District Attorney’s OfficeCOLLEGEVILLE FATAL PEDESTRIAN–VEHICLE CRASH UNDER INVESTIGATIONMontgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Collegeville Borough Police Chief Bart Bucher announce an investigation into the Dec. 13, 2022 crash in Collegeville that critically injured 21-year-old Max Moliken of Collegeville, who later died of his injuries. The crash occurred at approximately 4 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022. Collegeville Borough Police responded to the accident scene at Second Avenue and Park Avenue for a pedestrian-vehicle crash involving a white Nissan Rogue. Police arrived to find the victim lying in the roadway suffering from multiple, serious injuries. He was flown to Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, where he was pronounced dead at 8:59 p.m., Dec. 14, 2022. The driver of the Nissan Rogue, who was not injured, remained on scene and has been cooperative with police. The investigation, which is expected to take several weeks, is being conducted by Collegeville Borough with assistance from the Montgomery County Detective Bureau and members of the Regional Crash Reconstruction Team.
Max Moliken Funeral and Obituary
Max Moliken’s obituary has been made available for those who wish to pay their respects. The visitation will be held on Wednesday, December 21st 2022 at the Moore, Snear & Ruggiero Funeral Home and the family requests that all visitors come with thoughts of Max in their hearts rather than flowers or other material tokens of sympathy. Max will be missed by his friends and family, but we are comforted knowing that Max is now reunited with his loved ones who have gone before him.
Tributes Pour to Max Moliken
I love you buddy❤️
So sad. 😢😢
Dam so young RIP Max
Prayers for his Family and Friends 🙏
The loss of Max Moliken is one that will be felt deeply within the community for many years to come; however, it is important that we cherish all of our fond memories of him rather than dwelling on our sadness over what could have been. His friends and family can take comfort in knowing that even after his passing he remains alive within our hearts forever – always there with us when we need him most – always ready with a joke or kind word to put a smile on our face no matter what challenges life throws our way next. We invite everyone who has been touched by Max’s life story or who would like to pay their respects one final time before he is laid peacefully at rest to join us on December 21st at Moore, Snear & Ruggiero Funeral Home located at 224 West Main St., Trappe PA 19426 starting at 9:00am until 11:00am where we will say goodbye one last time together as one big family united in grief yet bound together forever by love.