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Robert “Bob” E. Lintz Sr

  1945~2017 Robert “Bob” E. Lintz Sr. 71, of Berthoud, CO, passed away with family by his side, on June, 6, 2017, at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, CO due to complications of surgery. Bob was born July 3, 1945, in Santa Monica, CA to Lavon and Eileen (Houston) Lintz. He spent fifteen years in [...]

Karl Robert Ash

1939~2017 Karl Robert Ash Age 78 passed away June 23rd 2017 peacefully at Swedish Hospital. He was born February 13th 1939 to William Lester and Mary Evelyn (Harris) Ash at their home near Barnes Arkansas and move to Wichita Kansas when he was 3 years old. He attended Plainview Elementary and graduated from West High [...]

Denis Norman

1943~2017 Denis Norman (74) passed away June 3 in Denver, CO. He was born on February 19,1943 in Findon, England, and proudly maintained his British citizenship. He was proceeded in death by his parents Denis W Norman and Phillis and Martin Puccio, and his brother Rick Puccio . He also is a veteran of the [...]

David King Willson

1945~2017 David King Willson passed away the morning of Sunday May 28th 2017.  Dave leaves behind five children: David L. Willson with his wife Heather, Tracey Fay and her husband Lorren, Michael Whitford, Jessica Wicker and her husband Buck, and Robyn Osgood with her husband Jonathan.  He has two living sisters, Kate Willson and Kim [...]

Lee Pekish

1934~2017 Lee Pekish was in the Army and his brother passed away April 9, 2017 along with his sister in-law Anna Pekish who passed away march 12, 2017   His surviving half sister Patricia Payne along with nieces and nephews

Neta Horton

1923~2017 Neta Horton, 93, passed away on April 24, 2017 Etta Oneta (Ihrig) Horton was born in Weleetka, Oklahoma. She married Rayburn Horton in 1946.  They lived in Evergreen, Colorado from1965 to 1987 and then retired in Blackwell, Oklahoma.  Neta spent countless hours and built life-long friendships at the Church of the Hills in Evergreen [...]

Kathleen Ann Myers Small

1944~2017 Kathleen Ann Myers Small was born in Humboldt, Nebraska, on January 11, 1944, and passed into eternal life on March 15, 2017 at the age of 73. Kathie moved to the Denver area when she was employed by the IRS and later retired there. She is survived by her sister, Mary Luebbert, of Towanda, [...]