Kendra Lane |

Kendra Lane

One of Aspen’s truly interesting and unique women, Kendra Lane, 59, passed away on July 4th surrounded by her friends. Her signature style of cowboy boots, hats, flowing skirts, and long blond hair made her easily recognizable around Aspen, where she was a massage therapist since the 1990’s. Known as the Airstream lady, she passionately talked trailers with friends, towing them with a vintage Cadillac in the July 4th parade.

Despite her long, brave struggle with cancer, Kendra remained optimistic to the very end. Her throaty chuckle, dry sense of humor and great conversations will be missed. She is preceded in death by her father Wesley Lane and survived by her mother Joan Martin of Palm Springs, CA, as well as many devoted friends. An overnight gathering in her memory will be held at the Difficult Campground group site on Sunday August 9th from 4pm on. Memorial celebration & Potluck will be held 5-7pm. To contribute memories and for information, please contact:

Donations are appreciated and can be made to: Benefit of Kendra Lane at Alpine Bank for the expenses associated with her lengthy illness.

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