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Dealership’s service manager killed in crash

Korey Taphouse, the former service manager at Grand Rapids Harley-Davidson, was killed in a crash this past weekend, according to Fox 17 West Michigan news. Taphouse died after being hit by a vehicle while walking on the side of the road on Sunday, Nov. 27.

Jason Bremer, Grand Rapids Harley-Davidson's former general manager, said in an interview that Taphouse was full of heart: "He would always strive to make people happy, and he was the type of person who would put others first well before himself. And that's what allowed him to be successful in his personal life and be successful in business also."

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  1. I am the brother-in-law of Korey Taphouse. He left behind his wife and two daughters (4 & 2). He was the breadwinner of the family. We have started a gofundme at https://www.gofundme.com/the-korey-taphouse-family-fund. Any assistance is appreciated. All proceeds will go to support medical, funeral, cost of living and college tuition fund for his wife & daughters.

    • First Name: Matthew
    • Last Name: Friar
    • Email Address: matthew.friar@gmail.com

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