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Ormond Beach Observer Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016 3 years ago

A father, a farmer and a fiance: Ormond man dies in North Dakota crash

Eugene Reider died in a vehicle crash in the western North Dakota oil patch Aug. 5.
by: Emily Blackwood News Editor

Ormond Beach resident Eugene Reider was killed in a vehicle crash Aug. 5 after he lost control of his car on state Highway 8 in the western North Dakota oil patch. According to the Associated Press, the car went into a ditch, hit a culvert and overturned, landing on its top, 

The 55-year-old man enjoyed playing football with his sons, helping his daughter with school and working on his farm with his fiancée. 

He is survived by his fiancée Megan Kealy, his mother, Dorothy Reider, two sisters, Sharon Hartman-Tinder and Dolores Lerchen of CT, three children, Scarlett (Kenneth) Hayes, Austin Reider, and Cody (Kelsie) Reider, three grandchildren, Hayden, Max and Avery Hayes, and an unborn grandchild. A celebration of his life will be held this fall, at his farm.

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