Tributes continue for Maple Ridge man killed in accident

Tributes continue for Maple Ridge man killed in accident

Community takes to social media to express condolences for inspirational young man.

Tributes continue to pour in for Aiden Serr, the popular Maple Ridge man who lost his life in a tragic car accident last week.

Beverley Martin met and volunteered with Aiden during the last federal election.

“He was a reliable, dedicated and enthusiastic addition to our team. I enjoyed working with him very much. Such a loss,” she wrote on Facebook.

“I didn’t know Aiden but he has made an impact on my relationship with my boys…up the mountain we will go. Thank you for sharing this tribute and my deepest condolences to all of you,” Tony Controneo, manager of community services for the City of Maple Ridge, wrote on THE NEWS website.

Below that Julie Barker-Brown wrote, “The world has been deprived of a talented caring dedicated young man with a huge heart. Sending prayers for peace and comfort to his family and friends and all who knew him.”

The 19-year-old man when he was killed in the accident along Lougheed Highway by Laity Street in Maple Ridge on Nov. 13.

A celebration of life is being planned for Nov. 25 at the Maple Ridge Baptist Church, at the corner of 222nd St. in downtown Maple Ridge at 1 p.m.

The family is planning to have a display of Aiden’s photography, and show the short film that he had been working on while attending at Simon Fraser University, where he was studying film and biology.