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Family keeps loved one in memory after fatal shooting at Florence Zaxby’s

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FLORENCE COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – For more than two years, a victim’s family members are dealing with a tragic loss after a shooting occurred at the Zaxby’s in Florence.

Ivory Henry, 28, was a night manager and volunteered to work a night shift at the restaurant on West Lucas Street. He didn’t manage that particular restaurant, but he just wanted to help out.

The suspect robbed the business and took things a step further, shooting Ivory twice until he was dead.

Family members are still trying to find answers to this unsolved case. They say they'll continue to keep Ivory’s memory alive in hopes that someone would come forward.

“That person that you think you took? You didn’t just take someone that works at Zaxby’s. You didn’t just take another person off the street. You took someone who wanted to change the world. You took somebody who loved his kids…his family…more than anything. You took my soulmate,” Ivory’s wife said.

Tune in Wednesday night at 11 when family members share their loving memories of Ivory Henry. 

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