AUSTIN (KXAN) - On Saturday friends, family, and coworkers gathered to remember Luke Strabala, who was hit and killed by a car on August 10th.
Strabala, who was a City of Austin parks employee, was celebrated at Hancock Recreation Center Saturday.
Coworker Paul Slutes described him as a fun loving guy who loved adventure and as a person who would give someone the shirt off his back if they needed it.
Police are still looking for the driver who hit Strabala early on August 10th while he was waiting at a traffic light on his motorcycle.
The driver left the scene of the crash at East Ben White Blvd and Riverside Drive. Austin police are asking for the public's help in finding the driver.
Friends at the memorial said they want closure and want answers. They urged the person involved in the crash to come forward.
Police told KXAN that they received several calls on the Strambala case that have not turned out to be good leads.
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