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There are no words

We would like to say thank you. Just how to do that is nearly impossible. There are no words that can possible express how we feel.

Through the grace of God and all of the prayers that have been offered, Loren Cunningham is still with us.

To all of the people that helped Loren at the time of the accident, all the state patrol, emergency crew, doctors and nursing staff at Aspen Valley Hospital and Flight For Life, and anyone who has helped through prayers or monetarily, may God bless!

We wish to give our condolences of the family of Eric Norton. His loss was a tragedy. He will be missed by all his friends and family. Our lives were brightened by his presence. Loren was proud to call him friend. He misses him very much.

Travis Cunningham, Tawny Dudley, Rodger Blackard and Harold and Carolyn Cunningham

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