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The Pueblo Chieftain: TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Employee Moves Up Ranks Despite Challenges
This is the story of one man, a truck and an unrelenting drive to never give up.

Mike Driscoll was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin lymphoma two years into his career with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®.

"I was in shock. With stage 4, you kind of think your life is over," Driscoll told the Pueblo Chieftain reporter. "But that only lasted about a week or so. I come from a big family and I thought, 'I can do this. I'm not going to let this beat me.'"

Despite the harsh and aggressive therapy, Driscoll continued the driving and lifting involved with his existing TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® role. He only missed on day of work during his entire cancer battle.

"Chemotherapy takes a lot out of you, but I still found a way to do the lifting and moving. Yes, there were some days that I didn't think I was going to be able to make it through, but I pushed through and fought through it."

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