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On the passing of HCE Director Adam Palmer

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Adam Palmer HCE board member

All of us at Holy Cross Energy are heartbroken to hear of the passing of our Board Director Adam Palmer and his companions, Seth Bossung and Andy Jessen, while traveling in their beloved backcountry areas of Colorado.

In his twelve years of service to HCE, Adam was instrumental in transforming our cooperative into a more community-centered organization, leading the responsible transition to a clean energy future. We will miss his joy and enthusiasm and the positive spirit that he brought to every activity, no matter how great or small.

Adam’s contributions to HCE, the Town of Eagle, Eagle County, and his beloved community of family, friends, and neighbors leave a legacy that reminds us not only to love where you live but to enjoy it, protect it, and be a voice for this beautiful place we all get to call home.

The loss of these three exceptional men will be deeply felt by all of us who had the honor of knowing and working with them in all of their efforts to care for both the people and the wilderness found within our communities. Our hearts are with the Palmer, Bossung, and Jessen families.

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