Hank's Hope For A Cure

A personal campaign sponsored by Deutschendorf, Shaw, Ranjbaran & Byrd Families

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Anonymous July 18, 2017 This ones from Hank
Evelyn Dela Cruz July 13, 2017
John Denver Aspenglow Fund at Aspen Community Foundation July 11, 2017
Mark Thompson July 10, 2017 Will,
Your writing gave me a deeper appreciation of Hank. What a great force he was!!
Thank you,
Anonymous July 10, 2017
Marley O'Connor July 9, 2017 Hank was my inspiration and mentor for ten years. He and Will always supported me and really stood up for me at my worst times. No matter how much he struggled, he did as much as he possibly could for the school, its students, and his family. I am going to remember our time together forever, and am so grateful to have been influenced by him.
Howard Merriken July 9, 2017
Marc Caravaggio & Nikki Leddo July 9, 2017
Tom Mazzetta July 8, 2017
Warshaw Family July 8, 2017 It was an honor to know Hank. His teaching, his example, and his encouragement make such a difference for our kids and so many others. Thank you to the Deutschendorf family for sharing Hank with us.
Inge Kaminski July 8, 2017 I still can't believe it ... I did not know Hank, but he must have been an extraordinary, special person.
I am so sorry for your loss!!
Anonymous July 8, 2017 Hank was a good guy. I always felt that he had my back.
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Siavash Haghighi July 8, 2017 Hope this help.
Ron, Jill, Kelsey, Kevin and Will July 8, 2017
Crystal Downey July 8, 2017
Andrew Luck July 8, 2017 Hank was a great inspiration, mentor, and friend to my son Cade Luck who was a student of Hank and Will's for over 5 years until earning his black belt only months ago. Hank and Will made my life as his father so much easier because of the respect, conviction, and responsibility that they instilled in Cade. Thank you for all of the great times in the dojo and a life time of great memories! Hank will always be missed and never be forgotten.
Anonymous July 8, 2017
Maria Andrulonis & Sean Gharabaghli July 8, 2017 We are sorry for your loss and our thoughts are with your families. We are so proud of the work you have already done and the work you will do in the future to help break down the stigma and bring awareness to mental illness. Thank you for taking a stand.

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