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Rachel Hern

October 10, 2001 - January 23, 2018

Rachel Kathryn Hern 16, was born October 10, 2001, in Wheatridge, She passed away January 23, 2018.  She is survived by her parents Don & Raeann Hern, her siblings Travis, Caitlin, Dustin & Brianna.

Memorials may be sent in memory of Rachel  K. Hern to www.gofundme.com/hernrachelk



4 Responses

  1. Martin Grant says:


    I just happened to read Rachel’s obituary and felt compelled to write. I cannot imagine losing someone so young. I’m very sorry.

    It is my hope that some thoughts from the Bible will bring you some hope, comfort and peace. It was never God’s intention that we should die. When He put Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, he also put before them the prospect of living forever happy and in good health. (Genesis 1:28)

    Our creator has not given up on that original plan..perfect live on paradise earth…even though Satan, Adam and Eve messed up (Isaiah 55:10-11)

    The Bible tells us that it is Satan who is responsible for death, and not God as some would tell us. (Hebrews 2:14)

    Our creator Jehovah God sent his Son Jesus Christ to ransom us from death and to destroy the works of the Devil (1 John 3:8)

    Jesus said: “I am the resurrection and the life. He that exercises faith in me will live though he dies.” (John 11:25)

    With Jesus Christ enthroned as King of God’s Kingdom, resurrection of the dead – including Rachel – and a restoration of paradise on earth is assured.

    It is My hope that until that time comes, you will find hope, comfort and peace in these promises from God.

    Martin Grant
    Paris, France

  2. Nancy Woodson says:

    I can’t imagine what you are going through. So so young

  3. Bernadette Scholander says:

    Dear Raeann and Don, I am so sorry to hear the news about your daughter. You and Rachel are in my thoughts and prayers. No one knows why bad things happen to those so innocent and whose life has hardly begun. I pray that you will find the strength to get you through your grief and sadness. You and your family are in my prayers.

  4. Mrs. Martin says:

    You have our warmest thoughts and deepest sympathy. We could never imagine the sadness you must be feeling at this most difficult time. May God comfort you with his loving promise at Acts 24:15. Please remember that he knows your pain and the many tears you cry. His promises for the future will ease your hearts. (Rev 21:3, 4) You’re in our prayers.

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