Kremmling " Inell’s son, daughter create memorial to carry on her good works |

Kremmling " Inell’s son, daughter create memorial to carry on her good works

To the Editor:

My brother Rick, and I, Janifer, can feel the gratitude our mother, Inell Harvey, would have for Kremmling’s response to her passing. We are both convinced, and you will probably agree, that it would be Mom’s wish to CONTINUE doing all that she could for the people, and especially the seniors, of Kremmling and Grand County.

Mom took great pleasure in calling Bingo and leading the Chair Aerobics Exercise class at the Cliffview Assisted Living Center, which now needs someone to take her place. Also, Mom was very active with the Kremmling Seniors’ Luncheon. In the past, (Kremmling) City Market had sponsored a program that provided much of the food for their luncheons. Unfortunately, when the store closed its doors, this assistance could no longer be provided.

In honor of our mother, we have set up the “INELL HARVEY SENIOR WELLNESS MEMORIAL FUND”. The fund will devote itself to two missions very dear to Mom’s heart: 1) to assist financially in the provision of food for the senior luncheons, and, 2) to secure a caring, qualified and enthusiastic person to “fill her shoes” calling Bingo and leading the exercise class at the Cliffview Assisted Living Center.

Please help us help our Mom CONTINUE her generosity by sending your gift to the:


C/O Foren-Schoenfield Mortuary

PO Box 215

Hot Sulphur, CO 80451

Any undesignated donation will be equally distributed between the funds’ missions.

We sincerely appreciate your caring and generosity,

Ken Hickman (son “Rick”)

Janifer I. Peterka (daughter)

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