Jeremy Landon Kahn |

Jeremy Landon Kahn

You can never know light without darkness or happiness without sadness.

With great sadness, Jeremy Landon Kahn left us on January 20,2015. He was 32 years old.

He was born in Aspen on December 29, 1982 to Mel and Cherie Kahn and grew up in the Roaring Fork Valley. He attended Roaring Fork High School and the University of Montana.

Jeremy was always willing to lend a hand and especially enjoyed helping others. Material possessions were never important to him. He always shared “his best stuff” from the time he was small.

He had a life-long love for exploring the outdoors and seeing beauty in his surroundings through the eyes of a gifted artist. We will cherish what he created and the many memories he left with us.

He is survived by his parents Mel and Cherie, brother Brady (Lindsey) and niece Lucy, cherished aunts Cindy Kerr and Paulette Kahn, uncles, aunts, cousins, special friends who will always hold him in their hearts, and his two faithful dogs.


The Kahn family wishes to express their gratitude to the community for the love and support we have felt at this time.

In Jeremy’s memory, donations can be made to:

“Synerworks”, a recovery support non-profit at Alpine Bank.

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