GARDNER, Kan. — A widely known Gardner couple is being remembered after they struck a deer on their motorcycle, killing them. Those who knew Jason and Julie Huen say there is a gap in their coronary heart that the couple used to fill.
“We treat each other as family and they were family to us,” Friend Gloria Phelps mentioned.
She met the Gardner couple by a recreation on their telephones and a bunch known as “Pokemon Go Gardner.”
“They were kind and generous people and this loss to the PGG family is devastating,” Phelps mentioned, “It’s a devastating lost.”
Jason and Julie were killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday night time. Authorities say the couple was headed north on I-35, close to 167th St. once they hit a deer and crashed right into a guardrail.
“The way they connected to people,” Phelps mentioned, “The way they reached out had the ability to make a friend they didn’t know any strangers.”
Phelps mentioned they were very lively in the neighborhood and everybody in Gardner knew the story of their Christmas tree. In December of 2017, FOX4 talked with the couple about it.
“The city has loved watching us and follow us bring the tree in,” Julie beforehand informed FOX4.
“My wife loves Christmas. She wanted the biggest we could find,” Jason mentioned.
In their lounge stood an enormous tree adorned with 1,500 lights and about 500 ornaments. They invited all inside to see.
“And said show up, come take your picture, come hang out with us, come into our home and be a part of Christmas in our family in our community,” Phelps defined, “That’s the type of people they were.”
Jason and Julie go away behind three youngsters. Phelps needs their family members to know by one thing so simple as “Pokemon Go,” they’ve caught a family for all times.
Julie’s family despatched a press release to FOX4 Sunday night time saying “they always wore their helmets and protective gear every time they rode, it’s very unfortunate that that didn’t save them but they always made sure to be extra cautious. They just died doing something they truly loved and enjoyed.”
The family is asking for privateness presently.
“Both Julie and Jason were loved by many, and will be deeply missed.”
“Even though their mom and dad are no longer here, their “Pokemon” family is here.” Phelps mentioned with tears in her eyes. “I hope that they’re looking down and I hope that they know and believe and trust we have their back still.”
Phelps mentioned she’s working with the family to arrange a memorial fund for the youngsters and funeral prices. They plan to meet Monday at Arvest Bank in Gardner. FOX4 will replace this story on how one can assist the family.
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