Letter: Kevin Hahn’s family thanks the community
To the editor:
On March 11, we lost Kevin, our son, brother, uncle, father, husband and friend.
At this time, we would like to thank the ones who are often forgotten. The ones who are there in the end, respond without question, and stand back in the shadows protecting the ones we love.
To the Colorado State Patrol Communication Center personnel: Jacque Creider, Kim Zimmerman and Erika Rick; the Craig Police Department, especially Sgt. Brian Soper and Officer Lance Eldridge; Crisis Counselor Jennifer Thomas; EMT ambulance crew members Justin Fedinec and Heather Hampton; and Craig Fire Department crew members John Felton, Troy Hampton, Al Landa and Doug Willems.
The Rev. Tom McCormick, Kirk Mckey, Owen and Kim Grant, and Judy Bingham. To the Craig Police Department escort and to the Craig Cemetery personnel for their service to us.
A special thank you to Pastor Leonard Browning of The Journey at First Baptist Church and the Rev. Michael Rapp of St. Michael Catholic Church for being a part of Kevin’s funeral service.
To the members of The Journey at First Baptist Church and St. Michael Catholic Church for organizing and serving the funeral dinner.
To City Market floral department and The Flower Mine for food baskets and floral arrangements. To all those who stopped by with a food donation, a welcome hug or a shoulder to cry on, the many phone calls and cards received. All that has been done is very appreciated.
The support this community has shown us in our darkest hour has given all of us the strength to carry on and has lightened the weight of our burden.
Your expression of sympathy will always be treasured. Kevin loved many and will be missed by all those who knew him.
The family of Kevin Hahn
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