Jocelyn Sandberg's Memorial at KRCC

Jocelyn Sandberg's Memorial at KRCC

Nine years ago today, KRCC’s Operations Manager, Jocelyn Sandberg, was murdered near KRCC’s building in downtown Colorado Springs. She was a powerful force at KRCC and in the community, and we miss her. A memorial website for Jocelyn still exists at www.zyrcster.com if you would like to spend a moment today thinking about Jocelyn along with us.

 

One Response to Nine Years Ago…

  1. Ann-Marie says:

    Thanks for this anniversary piece about Jocelyn. She is missed and remembered by so many people.

    Peace.

    AM

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