Colorado Springs Charity Leader Dies
Colorado Springs lost one of its great, philanthropic leaders this week. Retired Air Force Colonel Joe Henjum reportedly passed away at his home on Friday, after a long battle with cancer.
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#1 Jan 6, 2010
This is Dylan Kern, Joe Henjum's grandson. He was my best friend. When I needed help I would ask for it and he would help me. When I needed a ride somewhere he would take me to that place, then bring me home. I miss him as a person but he is still with me and all of us that love him in our hearts and all around us. Love his grandson Dylan.
#2 Jan 6, 2010
We can all keep Joe alive in our hearts by doing what he did. Serving others and never complaining. I dont think I ever saw him frown or complain once. He truly loved God, his Country,family & friends with a selfless zeal I have never seen in anyone else.
He will be missed greatly by my husband and I. He was such a role model and inspiration. His passion was re leaving suffering where ever he saw it. We truly have lost a great patriot.
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