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A celebration of life for Willard Clapper

The American flag flies from two fire truck ladders above East Hopkins Avenue in Aspen on Saturday.
Christina Capasso/Special to The Aspen Times |

A huge crowd showed up Saturday at the Aspen Fire Station to celebrate the life of Willard Clapper. The celebration started with a private ceremony at the North 40 Fire Station before moving to the Aspen Fire Station.


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