Thursday, July 27, 2017

Man dies in Weathersfield motorcycle crash

Dale R. Porter of Ascutney was killed near Stoughton Pond early Thursday morning after being ejected from his Titan motorcycle on wet roads.


At approximately 2:38 a.m., Vermont State Police responded to a report of a motorcycle in the roadway, with no operator observed, on Stoughton Pond Road, in the Town of Weathersfield.

A trooper arrived and located a male victim who had been ejected from the motorcycle. The motorcycle appeared to have traveled off the roadway, striking a culvert, and ejecting the operator.

The operator Dale R. Porter, 54, of Ascutney was pronounced deceased at the scene of the crash.





Dale R. Porter 54, died Thursday morning July 27, 2017 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. He was born March 11, 1963 in Windsor, Vermont the son of Palmer C. Porter and Beverly E. Jarvis. He went to high school in Springfield.

He was currently employed as a Meat Cutter with BJ’s Wholesale in Lebanon, N.H. where he has worked for a year. He worked for Casella Waste Systems, operated excavator for a brief time and was employed as an Electrician with Ascutney Electric for 10 years.

Dale enjoyed riding motorcycles, He enjoyed woodworking and was always working on a project or keeping busy with something. He also enjoyed scuba diving and most of all enjoyed spending time with family and friends.

 He is survived by his mother Beverly and step-father Kenneth Domey of Charlestown, N.H. Brother Duane Jarvis of Hartland, Vt. Sister Donna Willets of Charlestown, N.H. Fiancee Kimberly Quimby of Ascutney, Vt., step-children, Kasey Quimby, Zachery Quimby, and Kayla Quimby, and grandson Connor Quimby.

 Friends may call from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. on Thursday August 3, 2017 at the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield, Vermont. Burial will be at a later date.

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