Memorial Wall

Patrolman Sharon C. Wible

September 14, 1905 - February 6, 1928

Sharon C. Wible was born September 14, 1905, at East McKeesport, Pennsylvania. He served for one month with the Constabulary before enlisting with the State Highway Patrol on July 18, 1927, from Huntingdon. He was assigned to Troop B, Erie. He was 21 years old and 5' 11" tall.

At 8:30 p.m. on February 6, 1928, Patrolman Wible was patrolling Route 9, three miles east of Girard, Erie County, when his motorcycle collided with a 1928 Chevrolet coupe and then struck a tree. Patrolman Wible died instantly. The operator of the vehicle, Private T. Richards of the Constabulary, was held responsible for the fatal accident.

Patrolman Wible was buried in Orbisonia Cemetery, Orbisonia. He was survived by his mother, Mrs. Clay Locke, of Shade Gap, and his sister, Mrs. Mildred Wible Puckey, of Westmoreland. At 22, Patrolman Wible had completed six months of State Highway Patrol service.

Private Sharon C. Wible