Hundreds of people gathered at Bountiful City Park on Saturday to remember Kurt Cochran. The man they knew as a musician and recording studio owner in West Bountiful was killed in a terrorist attack in London last March.
Kurt was celebrating his 25th wedding anniversary with wife Melissa at the time. She survived the attack, but still needs crutches to get around. But she was smiling as she looked over the crowd.
“I’m not surprised because of who Kurt was,” she told an interviewer. “It’s just very special to me.”
The family decided to remember Kurt with the public concert instead of a regular funeral.
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