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Letter: Albie’s legacy

Wilderness Workshop laments the passing of longtime Aspen local Albie Kern and extends condolences to his family. Albie was a vibrant personality and a good friend to Wilderness Workshop. In his capacity as the attorney for the Patricia C. Moore Memorial Fund, he directed funds to support our core causes, beginning with the Hidden Gems Campaign in 2010 and continuing annually. We appreciate the generous support and will strive to honor his legacy of giving by continuing to pursue the causes he believed in.

Sloan Shoemaker

Executive director, Wilderness Workshop


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