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Injured cyclist’s family thanks community

Dear Editor:Over the years I have been so touched when reading letters from families in crisis who have received the unmatchable, compassionate care given to their loved ones at Aspen Valley Hospital. I have also marveled at the way Aspen friends and acquaintances rally to provide love and spiritual support to families.After my husband Jim Morris’ critical bike accident 10 days ago, we have become the fortunate recipients of this special kind of Aspen community response. My heart melts with awe and thankfulness.In return we send blessings back to all Jim’s Aspen High School students and compatriots, my yoga students, our friends, and all the new people who have entered our lives due to Jim’s accident. Your being there for us is what has and will get us through this life experience. Jim and I will be going to Denver for acute rehabilitation care and will continue to need your prayers. We know his recovery is in God’s hands and our family thanks everyone for the kindness and love you have responded with. God bless you all.Anne ByardAspen

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