Colorado City residents make plans to honor Hailey Dunn - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Colorado City residents make plans to honor Hailey Dunn

COLORADO CITY, TX (KCBD) -

Plans for Hailey Dunn's memorial service are underway in Colorado City.

The teen's body was discovered near Lake JB Thomas outside Snyder in mid-March and investigators confirmed her identity last Friday.

While no date has been set, organizers of the Hope for Hailey Facebook page are inviting everyone to order flowers early for her memorial.

You can order from Colorado Floral and Gifts at 341 East Third Street or from Stacie's Creations at 258 Walnut Street. Organizers say Hailey's favorite colors were purple, blue and orange and add that the colors represent the journey of searching and praying to bring Hailey home.

Hailey's funeral will be a private family service. We will let you know once a date for her memorial service has been set.

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