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Letter: At a loss over Stewart

My heart has been aching every minute since I learned of Stewy’s death. He was a great friend and a wonderful co-worker. Stewart loved his job, his friends and the music and art he wrote about. He loved his daughter like the best of fathers. He loved Aspen, and the story that got him out of the lawyer’s straitjacket in New Jersey and into a raggedy pair of jeans, a cool T-shirt and a bandanna at The Aspen Times. He loved his life.

I’m so sorry that he found himself in a place so filled with despair that he could not see out. I will always love my friend and co-worker, Stewart Oksenhorn.

Allyn Harvey



Carbondale


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