Drivers from across the area journey to Cincinnati to honor fellow tow truck driver hit, killed whereas working

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Tow truck drivers from across the region traveled to Cincinnati on Sunday to honor a colleague who was hit and killed at work last week. 32-year-old Glenn Ewing helped a rider on the Rapid Run Pike at West Price Hill last week. He was in the process of loading the customer’s disabled vehicle onto its loading area when he was hit by a passing car. He died a day later. Ewing was buried on Sunday after a tow truck procession attended by drivers from across the region. His family and friends said Ewing was a kind and gentle man who cared for others. He leaves behind a fiancé and two children. Ewing’s fiancée, Bekka Guy, said she would make sure her children know his kind spirit. “He was caring, loving, kind, generous. I want her to know him as I did, so I’ll try to keep that memory alive as well as possible, ”Guy said. The family uses GoFundMe to raise funds for funeral expenses and to support Ewing’s fiancée and children. AAA Fleet Service Manager Gary Legge says it will be a difficult but necessary goodbye. “Today it’s about finally saying goodbye to our fallen comrade and simply sending him with the honor that the situation deserves,” said Legge.

Tow truck drivers from across the region traveled to Cincinnati on Sunday to honor a passenger who was hit and killed on the job last week.

32-year-old Glenn Ewing helped a rider on the Rapid Run Pike at West Price Hill last week. He was in the process of loading the customer’s disabled vehicle onto its loading area when he was hit by a passing car. He died a day later.

Ewing was buried on Sunday after a tow truck procession that was attended by drivers from across the region.

His family and friends said Ewing was a kind and gentle man who cared for others.

He leaves behind a fiancé and two children.

Ewing’s fiancée, Bekka Guy, said she would make sure her children know his kind spirit.

“He was caring, loving, kind, generous. I want her to know him as I did, so I’ll try to keep that memory alive as well as possible, ”Guy said.

The family over-collects donations GoFundMe for funeral expenses and to support Ewing’s fiancé and children.

AAA Fleet Service Manager Gary Legge says it will be a difficult but necessary goodbye.

“Today it’s about finally saying goodbye to our fallen comrade and simply sending him out with the honor the situation deserves,” said Legge.