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Hometown Hero: Brian Campbell 01/09/14

Brian got this interest as a teenager when we had all the tornadoes in the area and he volunteered to help rescue and clean up afterwards.
Brian Campbell is a paid firefighter for the city of Corry. He's also a volunteer for the Elgin department where he was chief and on the rosters of several other departments. But the 43-year-old is described as the last person to look for any credit for what's become decades of service.

Marlana Wills, Brian's sister says: "He got this interest as a teenager when we had all the tornadoes in the area and he volunteered to help rescue and clean up afterwards. And he's been hooked ever since ."

Brian's also a hero at home. In 2007, he donated 60 percent of his liver to his mother, who was in liver failure at the time. He's married to a volunteer EMT and has three kids, including a junior volunteer firefighter. Corry and Elgin firefighter Brian Campbell, this week's Hometown Hero.
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