Abraham Yoder Obituary, Death – The office of the prosecutor in Holmes County plans to conduct an investigation into a fatal car accident in order to determine whether or not criminal charges will be brought against the driver of a vehicle that struck a 14-year-old boy who was riding an electric bicycle a week ago. The investigation will determine whether or not criminal charges will be brought against the driver. According to the findings of the county investigators who looked into the incident, Abraham D. Yoder, who was 13 years old and lived on Township Road 367 in Millersburg, Ohio, passed away at the scene on November 11 after his electric bicycle was struck by a Lexus driven by Marlin W. Yoder, who was 19 years old and from Sugarcreek.

Marlin Yoder was Abraham’s older brother. “We have not yet gotten the investigation report for the crash that occurred on Friday,” Prosecutor Matt Muzic said on Monday, according to statements that were made. “Once we get it in our possession, we will check it out, and after that, we will file the proper charges,” Abraham Yoder was a fan of outdoor pursuits like birdwatching, hunting, and fishing, according to his obituary. He passed away in 2010. Abraham Yoder was laid to rest on Monday after a funeral service was held for him. The obituary states that he “spent his last morning doing what he enjoyed the most – setting his trap lines.” This information comes from what was published about him.

Yoder is survived by the parents of his mother, his father, six brothers, and one sister, as well as his mother’s parents. In addition, Yoder is survived by his maternal grandparents. The results of the investigation indicate that Marlin Yoder was driving east on Route 39 when he drifted to the left of the center lane and collided with the bike that was headed west at the time of the accident. After leaving the route, the vehicle proceeded forward until it was stopped for good by a sign, which it had hit on the way, after which it had stopped.