Pagan’s Motorcycle Club president Ronald (Rocky) Bedics passed away earlier this month as a result of natural causes. The 54-year old Bedics headed the Lehigh County, Pennsylvania chapter of the Pagan’s, a club which resides on the east coast.

The Pagan’s were founded in 1959 out of Maryland and today boasts 45 chapters operating in several states along the eastern seaboard. The club has long headquartered its national affairs in Pennsylvania, where it maintains a stronghold over the state’s biker activity.

Bedics’ funeral drew hundreds of mourners to eastern Pennsylvania, including many wearing club colors, according to local press reports. The procession of Pagan’s going from the funeral home to the cemetery in Northampton, Pennsylvania stretched nearly a mile. Prior to his death, Bedics was employed as a construction worker. He was said to have been universally beloved by his biker brethren.

In the spring of 2012, Bedics was arrested by federal authorities on drug and gun charges. Eventually convicted in the case, he served four years behind bars and was released from custody in July 2016.


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