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A service to honor the life and spirit of Chad Michael Kesler will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at 4-Eagle Ranch in Wolcott. Chad was born Feb. 26, 1985. He was a graduate of the class of 2004 at Eagle Valley High School. Chad was the beloved son of Jan Johnson and Dick Kesler, brother of Brandon Kesler, stepson of Valerie Kesler, stepbrother of Melissa Keithly and Ashley Martin and grandson of Carroll and Betty Johnson.

There will be a barbecue reception immediately following the service. In keeping with celebrating his spirit, dress in casual, uplifting attire.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, contributions to a scholarship memorial fund in Chad Kesler’s name be sent to Wells Fargo Bank. Please make checks payable to Wells Fargo Bank and add “Chad Kesler Scholarship Fund” to the memo line. The memorial scholarship fund will be used to aid at-risk, ADD/ADHD and drug awareness efforts for the children of Eagle County.



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