On Tuesday, June 11th, Nathan Robert Ullom (pictured right) lost his life. He was on a trip in Yellowstone National Park near Lewis Falls with his father and twin brother, Phillip (pictured left). That evening driving back to a campsite, their RV flipped, taking Nathan’s life and leaving Phillip with a shattered pelvis and other severe injuries. Nathan was 13 years old and had just finished his 7th grade year at American Academy in Castle Pines, Colorado. He was a bright, intuitive, caring and spirited young boy who had a love for martial arts, reading, science, and theatre. He was a member of Saint Mary’s ACC and loved serving God. He was optimistic, curious, and radiated love to everyone around him. The family is struggling with various medical expenses which include Flight For Life, ambulance costs, emergency surgeries, hospital bills, medication, transporting both boys back to Colorado, their mother’s travel expenses, compensation for the parents’ time off work, and funeral expenses. We are asking that everyone donate $5 to support them through this difficult time. Please spread the word and share the link to the GoFundMe so that, hopefully, we will be able to raise enough money to help Nathan’s family. The life of Nathan Ullom will not be forgotten, and his memory will live on through his brother and loved ones. Thank you for your support and please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers.