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Readers Say Thanks

Jeff, Sam, Frank and I would like to take this opportunity to thank our many friends who sent words of comfort and encouragement during this very difficult time in our lives.Many of you knew my sister Cambia, who lost her battle with cancer on Aug. 18; she will be remembered for her kind spirit and great sense of humor. My brother-in-law, John, passed away unexpectedly on Aug. 23 after suffering a heart attack. John and my other sister, Vikki, lived in the Roaring Fork Valley in the ’80s and ’90s; they owned Red Mountain Productions. John was a longtime member of the Aspen Elks Club and co-founded a group that re-enacted western gunfights around the valley. John’s great laugh and fabulous smile will be greatly missed.Thank you again for your kindness.Trési Houpt and the Houpt familyGlenwood Springs

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