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Cyclist who lost life honored with city park

Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Mayor Tom Henry on Thursday honored one of the driving forces behind the city’s trail systems by naming the park near Liberty Mills and Homestead roads after Ronald Repka, who was killed in 2001 after a car struck his bike. With Henry are, from left, Repka’s son Jon Repka; his widow, Sharon Repka; Marlene Cooper, Sharon’s mother; and son Steven Repka.

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