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Thanks from Kato’s widow

Dear Editor:

Thank you all for your generosity, love, support and help dealing with the tragic loss of my beloved husband, Keith “Kato” Corn. He valued and loved his family and friends more than words can express. I was blessed to have had him in my life. He will forever live in my heart.

My intention with your donations to the memorial fund started at Alpine Bank is to help support Habitat for Humanity as much as possible. I promise to pay it forward ” all that has been given to me.

Thanks to Merc, Dan, Damien and so many more. A special thanks to Rhonda for putting together the perfect memorial and celebration of Kato’s life and to the Snowmass Chapel and Anderson Ranch. I truly appreciated all of your help.

Beth Douglass


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