Card of Thanks
The family of Russell Helquist
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Our hearts are full of gratitude as we say many thanks to family members, friends, Intrepid Potash, Moab Regional Hospital, coworkers, neighbors, local businesses, law enforcement, Emergency Medical Services and the communities of Moab, Monticello and Blanding, Utah, for all acts of kindness and sympathy regarding the recent passing of a wonderful husband and father (among other hats he wore), Russell Helquist.

There are just no words adequate enough to say thank you for the acts of service, cards, messages, visits, meals, flowers, donations, kind words and support we have received.

Russell will be remembered for the love he had for family and friends, his work ethic, service to others, sense of humor and the mischievous twinkle always present in his eyes.

Thank you,

–The Helquist Family

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