Lennon Richard DeRochey | PostIndependent.com

Lennon Richard DeRochey

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Lennon DeRochey passed away March 18, 2007.He was born Dec. 13, 1985, in Durango, to Neil DeRochey and Virginia Dupew.He spent many years of his young life in Phoenix and in the Garfield County area. He told great stories to his friends in the city about “The Forest” and why it is good to be a part of it. He was a gifted musician that had great love in his heart. He was never judgmental of anyone, and gave all an even chance. He was always the clown and performer, enjoyed making people smile and was everyone’s best friend. He loved the Lord Jesus and had a special way of sharing the word. Survivors include his mother; stepfather Ken Ferbrache; brothers Jarad, John and Casey DeRochey; father; and a large loving family that will miss his bright smile greatly.A memorial service will be held at sunset Sunday, May 27, at 241 County Road 311 in Silt. All are welcome to join in the service on the river. A memorial fund in his honor has been set up in his name at American National Bank in Rifle. Funds will be distributed to charities that help the hopeless home.

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