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Department vows to continue Luke Story’s legacy

After a five-month battle, Jonesborough Firefighter Luke Story finished his race Saturday, dying at the age of 37 of pancreatic cancer.

Yet while his friends and coworkers are already missing him terribly, according to Maj. Natalie Hilton with Jonesborough Public Safety, they are also determined to ensure his legacy lives on.

“Luke was amazing,” said Hilton, who was instrumental in helping to organize a variety of fundraisers designed to collect funds to offset Story’s medical expenses. “He wasn’t just a great employee. He was a great friend. More...


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