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  • Name of Tartan:
    Kelley Oliphint (Commemorative)
  • Alternative Name: Kelley Oliphant - celebrating Lives Touched by Can
  • ITI Number: 10184
  • Category: Commemorative
  • Designer / Source: Henderson, Robert
  • Date: 27th Jan. 2020
Kelley Oliphint (Commemorative)
  • Notes: Designed to celebrate the memory of Kelley Oliphint who died on 5 October 2008 after a long and valiant fight with brain cancer. With Kelley in mind, this tartan is dedicated to all those touched by cancer; allowing them to celebrate, honour, remember and support loved ones touched by cancer. Kelley had climbed Crestone Peak in Colorado and returned a changed person - full of confidence. The designer of the tartan has since climbed the Crestone and it inpired this tartan. Colours: the grey and black blocks represent the strength and stability of granite in the mountain and the strength and stability of our bodies; the black and white strips represent the cracks and flaws that can appear in any mountain over time - and in human bodies, especially those affected by cancer; lavender is the official colour of cancer, and the single lavender stripe represents faith, hope, and healing.
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