Sioux Falls native Troy Hohn was a son, a brother, and a friend to many. KSFY spoke with his aunt from Rapid City Friday afternoon. She says the family still can't be live he's gone.
"He was just a nice guy. He always greeted you with a smile and a hug, you know he was just the best hugger. He served his country, he was so proud of that and he was a considerate, considerate guy," said Troy's aunt Cleone Mayclin.
Hohn was a 1999 graduate of Roosevelt High School. Shortly after graduation he joined the 82nd airbourne division of the military where Mayclin says he loved parachuting out of planes and serving his country.
After his time in the service, Hohn came back to Sioux Falls and worked as a meat specialist at Hy-Vee on 57th and Cliff. KSFY reached out to Hy-Vee and members of his immediate family. They did not wish to comment at this time.
Police will be speaking with Hohn's family in the coming days about his medical history as they continue to look at evidence from the crash. For now, police are giving Hohn's family time to grieve the loss of their son.