Cowboy Adams has returned to Kremmling |

Cowboy Adams has returned to Kremmling

Yes, Cowboy Adams is home in Kremmling. If not for his faith in God, the love and prayers from family, friends and churches from all over the country he would not be here.So many people were important to his recovery. The support from the community was awesome, our family could not have gone through this without you.We would like to thank Dr. Telk and the Kremmling hospital staff, the Kremmling Police, the ambulance crew and paramedics. And thanks to John and Peg Colburn and their daughter Kim who stayed with me at the hospital until we left for Denver and all their support after that.Thanks to our neighbors Venus and Brian who take care of our daughter Jackie Rose, Jeff and Val who took care of our pets, Griz, Cowboy’s son, and his wife Terri who fed the horses for us.Many friends helped to build a deck for easier access into the house. Thanks to Cody and Susi Docheff who donated the cement, Eric Molther, who also worked on the inside of the house, Jeff Cunico, Matt Robinson and his son. Matt also helped me get Cowboy to and from the Spring program so he could see our daughter perform. Mickey Miller also helped with the deck and roto-tilled the garden for me, and thanks also to Doug Moses and Jan Bower.Thanks to those who came to visit in the hospital. Thanks to Bill and Irene Wheatley for the gift basket and Henderson Mine & Mill for their gift basket.Cowboy had many Get Well Cards from the students from several classes at the Elementary School.Thanks as well to our friend Sonia Webb from Eagle, who came not only to the hospital but after I came home has been here every weekend to help our family.We have so many people to thank but really the support continues from the community as Cowboys health improves daily, and we thank you so much.Sally, Cowboy and Jackie Rose AdamsKremmling

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