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Albany -- A South Georgia motorcycle enthusiast, well known for his charity work in the community, was killed in a crash Sunday.

Fifty-one-year-old James Bozeman was killed Sunday morning in Mitchell County, when he ran his Harley Davidson into the rear of a pickup truck. Bozeman's wife, Jean, was a passenger on the motorcycle. She is in serious condition with head injuries.

Monday the Hooters Restaurant in Albany had a sign honoring their friend. Bozeman was the manager of Tyson Steel in Doerun, but was well known for helping many charities.

Manager John Wilson said Bozeman "Lived life to the fullest, and was always working to help others." James Bozeman and his wife were riding to meet other motorcycle club friends, when he was killed.

The driver of the pickup truck that Bozeman collided with was not injured. No charges will be filed in the crash.

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