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Letter (Wednesday, Aug. 14): Groover lives among us

Dear Editor:

Sean Groover has traded his physical body in for a non-physical. Some say he “died and went to heaven,” but Sean was in heaven. Heaven is a place where one who seeks fulfillment and wellbeing finds it.

Aspen is a beautiful place. What makes it more than physically beautiful is the people. People seeking happiness and finding it. Sean was another who showed us how. Sean didn’t die and “go to heaven;” Sean is still here. Look to the sky you will see him, look on the river you will see him, look on the golf course you will see him. Yes, friends, your only job is to be happy! Sean Groover showed us one way to do that.

Frank Todaro


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