MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio - Family and friends held a vigil at Jay Roy's Bar in Maple Heights Sunday for Aaron Nance, who was struck down by a hit-and-run driver.
Nance was a likeable guy. Everybody liked him and he would do anything for anyone to help them out. He was always joking around and he loved to bowl.
Aaron belonged to the 69 Boyz Motorcycle Club. He was known fondly as "Tank." He always had a smile on his face. There were many different motorcycle clubs at Jay Roy's tonight.
"It just goes to show you how much Aaron meant to everybody," says Andrea Nance Smith.
Albert Nance is Aaron's brother and "just can't understand how someone can do this and not have a conscience to turn herself in".
Aaron leaves behind four children. He was planning on getting married next year.
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