In support of Crossfit 970 in Loveland, we are hosting a hero-style workout for a fellow crossfiter. No donations required, just come workout with us!
19 min amrap
3 squat snatch 115
8 bar facing burpee
21 double unders
Friday, February 21, 2020, Isabelle Grace Herman ended her 18 month battle with Leukemia at Children’s Hospital Denver. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, February 29, at REZ Church in Loveland, Colorado at 2pm. All are welcome.
Izzy was born on March 8, 2000 in Loveland, Colorado to Travis and Diane Herman. She attended Resurrection Christian School. In 2012, At the age of 12, her family moved to Guatemala to serve on the mission field. She spent her middle school years working at God Bless the Children Orphanage, translating for medical clinics, and loving kids in the villages of Guatemala. She helped open House of Hope Orphanage in 2015. Izzy did online school at Bridgeway Academy while practicing, classical ballet with Unidanza and the National Ballet School. At 15, she moved to New York where she danced with the Joffrey Ballet School and attended Hillsong Church. She spent her summers serving at Kanakuk Camp where her life was deeply impacted for Christ. At 17, she attended Liberty University in Virginia.
Survivors include grandparents Duane and Marylin Ramsey of Scott City, KS and Rick and Carmen Herman of Fort Collins, CO; her 2nd dad, Justin Herman, mom, Diane Herman, and brothers Slate Herman (25), and Max Herman(7), all of Windsor, CO. She was preceded in death by her 1st dad Travis Herman and her older sister Hope.
The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to House of Hope. You can find it at www.houseofhope.life.