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Until he lost a valiant battle with throat cancer on Christmas Day at the age of 59, Tommy Sampson Jr. was a humble man. Though he did big things for Shelbyville--as well as the entire state--as evidenced by his pioneering achievments in emergency medical services, he never wanted to be in the limelight, family members said. But his community has not forgotten his dedication nor his many acts of kindness, large and small.
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