Miscellaneous Denver County, Colorado Obituaries - 1999
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|MADELYN TIEHEN ABEGG, 78, of Alaska, formerly of Denver, died Sept.
19. Services were Sept. 27 in Anchorage, Alaska. Mrs. Abegg was born in
Dawson, Neb., on Oct. 14, 1920. She grew up in Denver and modeled for the
May Co. She worked as a telephone operator and then in the arms unit for
the Remington Co. during World War II. She married Frank Abegg Jr. Survivors
include daughters Lillabeth Swanson of Arizona, Madelyn Schlanskier, Peggy
Rauwolf and Michelle Martin, all of Alaska; sons Frank and Joseph, both
of Alaska, Michael of Oregon; sisters Ann McNamee and Geraldine Magnie,
both of Denver; 14 grandchildren.
NORMAN B. ALVERSON, 74, of Golden died Oct. 9. Mr. Alverson was born in Fairfield, Ala., on April 15, 1925. Services were Oct. 27, with inurnment at Fort Logan National Cemetery. He married Joan Alverson. He served in the Navy during World War II and the Korean War. He retired as a commander in the Navy Reserve and a director of the Veterans Administration regional office. He served as chairman of the Denver Federal Executive Board. He was a member of Masons, Denver Consistory and El Jebel Shrine. Survivors include his wife; daughters Crystal Hageman of Florida, April Miller of Golden; son Jerry of Connecticut; six grandchildren.
LULA A. BOWEN, 92, of Aurora died Oct. 14. Services were Oct. 20, with burial at Eastlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Price was born in Waco, Neb., on Jan. 26, 1907. She married Willard Bowen, 1924. She was a retired cook for Aurora Public Schools. She was a member of Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include daughters Artis Kirkpatrick of Wyoming, Doris Price of Aurora, Jean Pittman of Florence; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.
STEVEN J. EVERETT, 44, of Littleton died Oct. 23. Services were Oct. 26, with burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Everett was born in Fort Carson on Feb. 14, 1955. He married Peggy Stathis, 1986. He was a telecommunications executive with Primestar Inc. Survivors include his wife; parents Bea and Don of Ohio; daughters Madeline and Savannah, both of Littleton; brothers Tom of Conifer, Jim of Littleton; sisters Mary Langhals of Indiana, Barb Slattery, Sue Rader, Jude Soeholzer and Joan Saunders, all of Ohio.
MICHAEL C. GARNETT, 32, of Golden died Oct. 14. Services were Oct. 19, with entombment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Garnett was born in Lakewood on May 6, 1967. He worked for Mountain Standard Sales Inc. Survivors include parents Susan and Shad of Golden; brother Bill of Golden; sister Cindy Ritter of Arvada.
SOLOMON GOLDEN, 91, of Denver died Oct. 19. Mr. Golden was born in New York City on April 4, 1908. He married Eleanor Zeigler, 1935. He was the owner of London Tailors. He was a member of the Masons. Survivors include sons Arthur of Denver, Richard of New York; sister Dorothy of New York; two grandchildren.
MARIA V. GUTIERREZ, 50, of Thornton died Oct. 17. Services were Oct. 24, with burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Gutierrez was born in La Piedad, Mexico, on June 2, 1949. She worked at Wendy's and as a caregiver at Sunny Acres. Survivors include parents Rafael and Trinidad; sons Fernando, Roland; daughters Isabel, Cindy; 11 brothers; two sisters; seven grandchildren.
LESTER W. HALL, 78, of Arvada died Oct. 21. Mr. Hall was born in Eugene, Ore., on April 1, 1921. Burial was at Fort Logan National Cemetery. He married Willa Krause, 1942. He served in the Air Force during World War II. He was a member of the Retired Officers Association and Prisoners of World Wars. Survivors include sons Dale of Arvada, Robert of Texas, James of Ohio; daughter Susan Martin of Arvada; 11 grandchildren; a great-grandchild.
RUTH D. HOVLAND, 68, of Denver died Oct. 23. Services will be at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, at Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 5061, 5220 W. Warren Ave. Mrs. Hovland was born in Omaha on May 8, 1931. She married Lloyd Hovland, 1952. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; sons Danial of Kentucky, Michael of Littleton; daughter Laurie of Denver; 10 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
MABEL LEANORE ISHAM, 77, of Arvada, died Oct. 18. Services were Oct. 22, with burial at Arvada Cemetery. Mrs. Isham was born in Gunnison on July 20, 1922. She married James Isham, 1947. She worked for Lakewood Realty Co. She was a member of Arvada Church of Christ and Gunnison Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband; sons James of Wheat Ridge, Dallas of Gunnison, John of Fairplay; daughters Donna Dinsmore of Arvada, Linda Franck of Texas, Barbara Anderson and Beverly, both of Lafayette, Deborah of Arvada, Sharon of Oklahoma; 33 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.
MARIE V. JACKSON, 75, died Oct. 24. Services were Oct. 27, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Jackson was born on Oct. 6, 1924. She married Robert Jackson, 1946. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; sons Robert of Westminster, Henry of Broomfield; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
BARBARA J. JOHNSON, 61, of Denver died Oct. 22. Mrs. Johnson was born in Denver on March 29, 1938. She married Daniel Johnson, 1956. She was employed with Cherry Creek schools. Survivors include her husband; daughters Cherie Core of Littleton, Kim Johnson of Denver; brothers Bill Holford of Elizabeth, Rick Holford of Craig; three grandchildren.
W. ASHTON LEE, 82, of Dillon died Oct. 23. Services were Oct. 27. Mr. Lee was born in Ho Ho Kus, N.J., on June 9, 1917. He married Barbara Whiting Lee. He served as a Navy lieutenant in World War II. He was the financial vice president of Midwest Oil and later became the chief financial officer of Ideal Basic Industries. He served as a trustee of Colorado Academy and Spalding Rehabilitation Center and was a member of the Dillon Yacht Club. Survivors include his wife; son Ashton; daughter Diana Crew; four grandchildren.
EDNA RUTH MARTIN, 78, of Denver died Oct. 22. Services were Oct. 26, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Martin was born in Henryetta, Okla., on May 10, 1921. She married James Homer Martin, 1943. She was a homemaker. Survivors include sons Terry of Colorado, James of Nevada, Jacque of Minnesota; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren.
GLADYS R. FOUTS MCINTYRE, 91, of Denver died Oct. 12. Services were Oct. 19. Mrs. McIntyre was born in Denver on May 17, 1908. She married Harry McIntyre, 1953. She was a homemaker. Survivors include sons Roy of Thornton, Russell of Denver; daughters Patricia Ostling of Wheat Ridge, Ellen Jaramillo of Littleton; sister Myrtle DiPace of Commerce City; 16 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren.
ALFRED W. MILLS, 81, of Aurora died Oct. 22. Services were Oct. 27, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Mills was born in Deming, N.M., on July 9, 1918. He married Violet Hilgeman, 1942. He was a mechanic for Continental Airlines. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Aurora. Survivors include his wife; daughter Susan Wood of Montana; son Gary of Boulder; sisters Betty Easley of Boulder, Melva Robertson of Brighton; a granddaughter.
KENNETH E. OLIVETT, 62, of Thornton, died Oct. 21, in Denver. Services were Oct. 26, at Fairmount Cemetery. Mr. Olivett was born in Denver on Feb. 17, 1937. He served in the Navy. He worked for American Storage Trailer. He was a member of Albert Pike Lodge No. 117 and El Jebel Shrine. Survivors include mother Martha Harris of Denver; brother Ronald of Englewood; sons John of Arvada, Donald of Federal Heights; daughter Linda of Nebraska; stepdaughters Renee of Canyon City, Tamara Schmitz of California; three grandchildren.
GEORGE BURTON OSBORNE, 73, of Fairplay died Oct. 24. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 29, with burial at Buckskin Cemetery near Alma. Mr. Osborne was born in Alma on April 21, 1926. He married Norma Franks, 1951. He served in the Navy. He worked for the Colorado State Highway Department for more than 35 years. He served as a mayor and town council member in Fairplay. He was known for his knowledge of regional history, folklore and flora. Survivors include his wife; brother Stanley of Colorado Springs; sons Andrew of Parshall, Thomas of Aurora; daughter Georgia Sutton of Fairplay; a granddaughter.
AUSTIN REDDING, 83, of Aurora died Oct. 3 in Denver. Services were Oct. 16, with burial at Fairmount Cemetery. Mr. Redding was born in Judith Gap, Mont., on Nov. 20, 1915. He married Eleanor Snyder, 1944. He served in the Army Air Corp in World War II. He retired from New York Life Insurance Co. He was a member of the Central Presbyterian Church, Rotary Club, Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite and El Jebel Shrine.Survivors include son George of Denver; daughter Betsy Robinson of Idaho; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
CLAYTON J. ROBERTSON, 37, of Northglenn died Oct. 22. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 29, at the Mile Hi Church of Religious Science. Mr. Robertson was born in Newhall, Calif., on Dec. 10, 1961. He was a hairstylist. Survivors include grandparents Myrtle and Jim of Idaho; mother Jean Graves of Northglenn; stepfather Chuck Graves of Northglenn; brothers Wayne and Dean, both of Northglenn; sisters Debbie Grant of Erie, Treva Looney of Lakewood.
ETHEL MAE KILTHAU SCHIAGEL, 73, of Aurora died Oct. 22. Services were Oct. 27, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Schiagel was born in Denver on Aug. 28, 1926. She married Jake Schiagel Jr., 1946. She worked in trash disposal. She was a member of Calvary Temple. Survivors include brother Harold of Wheat Ridge; daughters Cynthia Becklund of Littleton, Diana Thacker of Elizabeth; son Rodney of New Mexico; two grandchildren.
SISTER ANTON SLECHTICKY, 85, of Nerinx, Ken., formerly of Denver, died Oct. 20. Services were Oct. 23, in Kentucky. Sister Slechticky was born in Tobias, Neb., on Dec. 16, 1913. She was a teacher and principal for many years and later became a secretary for Common Cause in Denver and a bookkeeper at Cathedral of Immaculate Conception in Denver. Survivors include sister Mary of Illinois.
LETHA ANN WILLIAMS, 44, of Lakewood died Oct. 21. Ms. Williams was born in Chillicothe, Mo., on Feb. 16, 1955. She was a homemaker. Survivors include companion Paul Market of Lakewood; daughter Maryann Laughlin of Missouri; brother Robert of Missouri; sisters Kathy Bright of Arizona, Pam Benzakkai of Lakewood; two grandchildren.