Lane Goldhammer Remembered

Ryan Carlson  sends one toward the pins in memory of his best friend.
Ryan Carlson sends one toward the pins in memory of his best friend.

“Unseen, you're heard in our hearts, always loved, always missed.”  He’s not forgotten as friends and family gathered at Cloud Peak Lanes for fun, food, and togetherness, but more importantly, to remember Lane Goldhammer. 

Goldhammer was killed in a car accident two years ago, and close to 100 people met to celebrate his memory. They also helped to raise money for the Big Horn High School Scholarship Fund.

Jay Goldhammer, Lane’s dad, appreciates all the support he and his family have received.

Gail Carlson, organizer of the event says the gathering helps keep Lane’s memory alive.

Carlson says Lane shows up in different ways for different people. For her, it's pennies from heaven.

Bowlers paid $15 for three games of bowling with all proceeds going into the scholarship fund. A total of $1,246 was raised.

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