Family are remembering a Pickaway County teenager who was struck down by a car.
“What I'll miss most about Brandon is that he would call me every day like 10 times a day. He wanted to talk, talk, talk," said his cousin Christina Moore.
Deputies say around 8:45 p.m. Saturday night, Brandon was riding his bike at the intersection of Morris-Leist Road and Tarlton Road when an eastbound car struck his bike from behind. The road has no shoulder on either side.
“I know he wasn't allowed to ride his bike after dark,” said Moore.
Wolfinger attended Logan Elm High School where he played soccer and his family says he was a member of the Special Olympics team in Middle School.
“Soccer was the thing he lived for - he loved soccer. Last spring he got knocked out by the soccer ball and he was so proud." Moore said. "He got knocked by that soccer ball and got right back up and put his glasses on and started playing again - he was so proud of that.”
Now she wonders what else he could have accomplished.
For now Christina says she'll cherish the memories she shared with Brandon--a boy whose life she says ended too soon.
“He was a really special guy, “ said Moore.