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Piano Recital to benefit the family of BRANDEN SISCA
June 12, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Piano Recital To benefit the family of PA State Police Trooper & Trappe Fire Company Chief BRANDEN SISCA
Pianist Todd Sisca will perform works by Beethoven & Rachmaninov. Todd studied composition with Paul Manzini & piano literature with Alexander Fiorillo.
$25/person – CASH DONATION AT DOOR. ALL money collected will go directly to Branden’s wife & daughter-to-be. Please reserve tickets prior by visiting here: https://cmsmusic.asapconnected.com/#Events, seating is first come, first serve.
BRANDEN TYLER SISCA: Husband, son, brother, friend, PA State Trooper, Trappe Fire Chief was tragically killed in the line of duty on Monday March 21, 2022. He was 29 years old.
Born June 23, 1992 in Norristown, he is the son of Craig and Marcy (nee Long) Sisca, the beloved husband, soul mate and best friend of Brittany (nee Long) Sisca, and also expectant father of their daughter arriving early July. In addition to his wife and his parents, Branden is survived by his paternal grandparents; Girard and Wila Sisca, father-in-law Brian Long (Lori), mother-in-law Lori Reinschmidt, and his beloved dogs: Penny, Levi, Brodi, and Riley. He is also survived by multiple immediate and extended family members, friends and colleagues. Being a true public servant, Branden was dedicated to his vocations as both a Trooper and Fire Chief. He was a natural born leader and confidently took on any challenge to help others. In his free time, Branden would enjoy watching the Flyers, organizing and making home improvements, running, working out, and vacationing in Ocean City, NJ. His favorite place is undoubtedly the fire house. Branden would find any reason to drive past or drop in. He will be missed by his brothers in uniform as well as his family and many friends. His greatest joy in life was spending time with his loved ones. Branden’s heart of gold and how he made everyone laugh with his one liner dad jokes and pranks will live on forever. Branden graduated from Perkiomen Valley High School and went on to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from West Chester University and his Master’s Degree in Safety, Security and Emergency Management from Eastern Kentucky University. Relatives, Friends, and Law Enforcement Agencies and Fire Companies from all 50 states came to pay their respects at Branden’s Life Celebration on Friday April 1 at Boyd-Horrox-Givnish in East Norriton, and at his funeral service on Saturday April 2 at Perkiomen Valley High School in Collegeville.
Ongoing donations in Branden’s name can be made to the Montgomery County Hero Fund at https://montgomerycountyherofund.org/donate