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Special Tribute for School Teacher Killed in Hit-and-Run Case
COLUMBUS (Tara Morgan) -- A spinning instructor finds her own special way to honor a friend during her class.
Amy McMunn took it upon herself to set out as spinning bike with flowers during her class at Lifetime Fitness at Easton where Robert Lennon was a regular.
"Just felt the need to put his bike where it normally was second row far left that was just important to us," said McMunn.
McMunn, also a school teacher, says she and Lennon would talk about teaching and his passion for cycling.
A cyclist found Lennon's body off Miller-Paul Road Sunday after spotting sunglasses on the pavement.
State Highway Patrol investigators are still looking for a charcoal-colored car with front end damage and a smashed windshield.
Relatives will receive friends Wednesday from 2 P.M. to 7 P.M. at St. Matthias Catholic Church at 1582 Ferris Road.
"I think if I don't have closure then I'm always going to look for him right there," said McMunn who always worried about Lennon.
A mass will be held Thursday morning at 10 A.M. at St. Francis DeSales high school where Lennon was a science teacher and cross country coach.