Son Of County Public Works Director Killed In A Motorcycle Accident

Son Of County Public Works Director Killed In A Motorcycle Accident


The son of the Beaver County Director of Public Works was killed in a motorcycle accident last night.

James Camp IV, age 35 of New Brighton, died Saturday when his motorcycle and a car collided on the 900 block of Seventh Avenue in Beaver Falls. The accident occurred at approximately 9:00 pm.

Beaver County Coroner Teri Tatalovich-Rossi told news media that Camp died of multiple traumas and was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.

James Camp IV, who operated Camp’s Construction, is the son of County Public Works Director James Camp III and nephew of former Beaver County Commissioner Charles Camp.

Beaver Falls Police are investigating the crash.

“This is a tragic loss and I want to express my sorrow to the entire Camp family,” County Chairman Tony Amadio told the Beaver Countian.

James Camp IV leaves behind a wife Nikki and son James.

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  1. Twila Zendt

    I’m sorry for your loss. My prayers are with his family. And the son is probly young. Dear Lord take care of this family and help with the grieving.

  2. the HUB

    Best wishes to Jim Camp great guy, community giver, father and husband.

    Not getting the paper I wouldn’t of known, seen on television about the accident but
    They didn’t have a name…. so sad for the young man’s family and to the Camps

  3. Rob Grimm

    I grew up and graduated high school with Jim. Played baseball with him too. He was a great friend and even better person. A hard worker and dedicated family man. This is a huge blow for the New Brighton community and alumni. Rest in Peace Jimmy, you will be missed!

  4. Amy Camp

    Thank you for your coverage of this tragic event. I do want to offer a correction. Jim successfully operated his own construction business, Camp’s Construction, for many years. Our brother Matt is the employee at Friendsip Ridge.

  5. the HUB

    Sure is, for his family and extended family, I talked to some of the younger guys in the courthouse that have connections to the father and where just shocked and sadden for his father who they have great respect for and his uncle let alone his wife and child

    Welcome my traveller…

  6. Debbie Bender

    So sorry for this terrible loss of such a awesome guy . Prayers go out to the entire Camp Family. May all who know him know that there are plenty of Prayers going up to heaven . God bless us all . Rest in peace Jimmy .God has truly gained another awesome angel. You will be missed by many . Love the Bender Family

  7. Nancy L. Stafford

    As fellow bike riders my husband George and i send our deepest condolences to his wife and son & all the family members.

  8. Kay Smith-Prinkey

    My heart breaks for everyone concerned. No one can even imagine the pain you all are suffering. I am so sorry.

  9. Frank and Diane Chirico

    Nikki and James you have our heartfelt sympathy and you ever need anything our family at Top of the9h pizza will be there for you both. Jimmy was such a sweetheart and always there for us. We will really miss him. TaKE CARE


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