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Who’s behind the tools at HURST Jaws of Life? It’s team members like Greyson Lovelace, a man who will build your R 421E2 Ram and lift your spirit.

Greyson joined HURST about a year ago. His job on the eDRAULIC assembly line ensures first responders are getting the battery-powered Rams and Spreaders they need to quickly and easily get to the patient. When asked what it’s like to be part of the team, he says “It’s indescribable. It’s humbling.”

He just celebrated his one-year work anniversary and he was married in April, making the past year one of big changes for Greyson. What stayed the same is his philosophy: “I want to live a good life,” he says. That sounds like a goal accomplished when you consider that what he does each day building life-saving rescue tools means that someone else, someday and somewhere, will have a better chance of living their own life. Now that’s humbling.

When he’s not at work at HURST’s Shelby, N.C., plant, he’s spending time with his new bride and extended family and enjoying cook outs. He also can be found taking to the backroads of beautiful Cleveland County on his Harley Davidson Super Glide.

Good life? It sounds like a great life.