Breaking MLM News: Official Update Founder Of Cutting Edge Media Killed In Car Crash

Updated July 25th 2009

Phil’s Funeral Service will be help July 26, 2009 at 2:00pm at Etown College in Elizabethtown, PA.

Official Update From LandcasterOnline.com “An Elizabethtown businessman was killed in a wreck early Sunday in East Donegal Township, police said.

Phillip Longenecker, 41, was driving south in the 1800 block of Maytown Road at 12:30 a.m. when he lost control of his car, Susquehanna Regional police Lt. Stephen Englert said Tuesday.

The car hit a fence and a bus-stop structure and came to a stop in a cornfield, Englert said.

Longenecker, owner of Cutting Edge Media in Elizabethtown, was pronounced dead at the scene by Lancaster County Deputy Coroner Patrick Glen.

Police are investigating to determine a cause of the accident, Englert said.

Lancaster County Coroner Dr. Stephen Diamantoni said an autopsy Monday revealed Longenecker died of traumatic brain injuries sustained in the wreck.”

Breaking MLM News: I just got word from Gil Ortega, (one of the top Lead generation Experts in the business), and verified through Bob Lindsey the Exev. VP. of Cutting Edge Media, and Brian Hunt CEO of Opportunity Connection, that Phil Longenecker the Founder of Cutting Edge Media, the world’s largest MLM lead generation company was killed last night in a car crash.

I had known Phil for years. My heart goes out to his family and staff at Cutting Edge.

All Cards, Flowers and Charitable Gifts can be sent to the following address:

In Memory Of Phil Longenecker
1595 S. Mount Joy Street
Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Phil and Shawn Kelly launched CEM around the same time Kevin Lehmann launched ProSTEP. For many years both companies worked side by side in supporting the Network marketing community with high quality lead generation.

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Hot Dog Vendor

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