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Trooper family lends helping hand to State Patrol

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Pennsylvania State Patrol Trooper Kenton Iwaniec‘s friends referred to him as “The Shepherd,” or “Shep.” When he and his friends would go out, he was the designated driver.

“They called him ‘Shepherd,'” his father, Ken Iwaniec, said Friday. “When they’d go out, he would get them home. We’d say, ‘Are you going out?’ His friends said, ‘Yeah, Shep’s got us.'”

There was no designated driver for Kristina Quercetti, 41, of Landenberg, who, while traveling 73 mph in a 45 zone, crossed the Route 41 center line, sideswiped one vehicle and then struck Iwaniec’s personal vehicle head-on March 27, 2008, after he finished his shift at the Troop J Avondale station, Chester County.
Read more: http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/news/article/Trooper-family-lends-helping-hand-to-State-Patrol-1765786.php#ixzz1UffdZ735

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