Rest in Peace my sweet friend, Jenny Hancey

05 Aug 2020 18:33 - 06 Aug 2020 14:03 #1 by ScienceChic
Three days ago, a sweet, amazing, caring, compassionate woman who had the hugest heart passed away in Pine, leaving behind her husband and one son. She worked as a graphic designer at Score Foothills, had her own separate graphic design company, and was a member of Colorado Taekwondo Institute along with her boy (she was so proud they were going through together and each belt they reached was such a joyous accomplishment). She was also the most devoted animal lover, taking in unwanted horses, goats, chickens, you name it.

The Colorado Taekwondo Institute is in touch with her family. They say they are set for meals and have people staying with them at this time. They will open a fund either for the family or something in honor of Jenny once they work out a little bit more of what their needs are.

I will miss you Lady, you brought such joy to this world and we are lesser without you. Rest in sweet peace.

From Erika Armstrong:

Book Club Warriors and all those in the Conifer, Pine, Bailey, Evergreen area who knew, or knew of, Jenny Hancey and her endless love and care of unwanted animals: Her family is having a memorial walk and gathering (outside) at Davis Pond in Staunton State Park from Noon - 2pm on Saturday, August 8th. If you want to meet in the parking lot, be there at noon and we can walk up together (.8 mile). Let us know if you'll be there by posting here so we'll know to wait for you. Please go through the front gate and let them know you are with the Hancey Memorial Service. There might be a state park fee to get in so maybe we can carpool too with Staples parking lot as a meeting point.

"Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.” -King T'Challa, Black Panther

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

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10 Sep 2020 14:12 #2 by ScoreFoothills
We recently lost someone dear who not only worked for us, but who brought joy to the world. Her loss is a loss for her family, her rescues, and the world around us. Jenny, you are incredibly missed.

If you would like to support Jenny's family and the nonprofit causes she loved most, please donate to the GoFundMe that has been setup.
Thank you, and please keep her loved ones in your prayers.
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