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Tim will be sorely missed

Our community lost an incredible young man with Tim Leach’s passing on Saturday. Tim’s unexpected death is a profound tragedy for his wife, family and friends and we offer them our deepest sympathy and support. Tim was a quality human being whose loss will be acutely felt at Aspen Counseling Center, as well as by the many clients who benefited from his expertise as a psychotherapist.

I had the privilege of getting to know Tim a couple of years before he started working at our agency. Tim immediately impressed me with his intelligence, integrity, standard of excellence and a maturity beyond his years. When the opportunity arose to get him involved with Aspen Counseling Center, I contacted Tim with out hesitation. Tim met every new opportunity here with enthusiasm and was well-respected in every facet of his work with us. He was truly a rising star in our profession.

It was an honor to know Tim Leach. People like him are all too rare on this earth. He will be sorely missed.

Jeff Kremer


Aspen Counseling Center

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