Miscellaneous Denver County, Colorado Obituaries - 2000
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|THOMAS W. ADDY, 47, of Brighton died Oct. 15. Services were Oct. 18.
Mr. Addy was born in Denver on Sept. 29, 1953. He married Brenda Turner,
1972. He was an equipment supervisor for Sturgeon Electric. Survivors include
his wife; mother Dorothy Couper of Loveland; son Jason of Brighton; daughter
Shaylene of Brighton; brothers Mike of Commerce City and Pat of Wheat Ridge;
Marla Thoutt and Sheryl Cahill, both of Brighton.
GLADYS JEAN BOMHOFF, 76, of Arvada died Oct. 27. Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Bomhoff was born in Colorado Springs on Oct. 15, 1924. She married Kenneth Bomhoff, 1947. She was a nurse. Survivors include her husband; son David of Arvada; daughter Diane Davison of Arvada; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
KENNETH W. FISHER, 72, of Westminster died Oct. 27. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. Fisher was born in Denver on June 17, 1928. He married Norma Egbert. He served in the Air Force. He worked for Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph. He was a member of the Masonic Blue Lodge. He received the Theodore Vail Silver Medal. Survivors include sons David of Westminster, Brian of Nevada and Dan of Arvada; sister Gloria Parker of Florida.
LOIS MARIE FORQUER, 64, of Arvada died Oct. 26. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, at the Regis University campus chapel. Ms. Forquer was born in Hampton, Iowa, on Feb. 29, 1936. She was an administrative assistant at Regis University. She was a member of the Independent Order of Foresters. Survivors include son Gary Hernandez of Thornton; daughter Natalie Hernandez of Broomfield; three grandchildren.
MARY HARRISON, 72, of Denver died Oct. 19. Services were Oct. 27, with inurnment at the Ascension Mausoleum, Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Harrison was born in Van Hauten, N.M., on April 13, 1928. She was retired from Jerry's Nut House. Survivors include daughter Diane Duerst of Arvada; brother Sylvester Cino of Denver; sisters Ann Holland and Ruth Timora, both of Denver; a grandson.
LELA A. JOHNSON, 94, of Littleton died Oct. 25. Services were Oct. 28. Mrs. Johnson was born in Indianola, Iowa, on Sept. 12, 1906. She married Lyle Johnson, 1932. She was a registered nurse and credit clerk. Survivors include son Ronald of California; daughters Marlene Ainsworth of Littleton and Marjorie of California; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren.
PAULA MARGART MAESTAS, 37, of Denver died Oct. 24. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 30, at St. Anthony of Padua. Ms. Maestas was born in Alamosa on June 23, 1963. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her father Jose Lucero; mother Norma Ball; sons Arthur and Frank Martinez; daughters Janelle and Malloree Martinez; several brothers and sisters; a grandson.
EDWARD MILLER, 84, of Broomfield died Oct. 20. Services were Oct. 28. Mr. Miller was born in Kansas City, Mo., on Aug. 16, 1916. He married Beverly Valencik, 1946. Survivors include his wife; sons Greg of Broomfield and Creighton of New York; daughter Leslie of Kansas; a grandchild.
CHRISTINE MARIE MONROE, 48, of Parker died Oct. 26. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at Smoky Hill Baptist Church, 19315 E. Smoky Hill Road, Aurora. Mrs. Monroe was born in Denver on Oct. 14, 1952. She married Michael Monroe, 1971. She was a manager at US West. She was a member of the 4th Night Cutups Bowling League. Survivors include her husband; mother Glenva Rosenbach of Aurora; son Kyle of Parker; sisters Kari Rosenbach of Lakewood, Laurie Shevlin, Lisa Hayes and Cyndi Tiefel, all of Aurora.
REINHOLD ''REINIE'' EMANUEL NAEB, 93, of Brighton died Oct. 21. Services were Oct. 27. Mr. Naeb was born in Charitnow, Russia, on Jan. 12, 1907. He married Anna Kammerzell, 1927. He was the owner of Naeb's Garage and worked for Meals on Wheels. He was a member of the Zion Congregational Church. Survivors include sons Herbert of Nevada and DeLoy of New Mexico; daughters Betty Foster and Darlene Rowe-Kuhnke, both of Brighton; sisters Esther Fuller, Olga Rutt and Alvina Tidball, all of Denver; 21 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; eight great-great-grandchildren.
JAMES JOEL ROBERTS, 68, of Littleton died Oct. 21. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 30, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 6853 S. Prince St., Littleton. Mr. Roberts was born in David City, Neb., on Feb. 4, 1932. He was an assistant with a dry cleaning business. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors include uncle Tom of California; aunt Anne Murphy of Denver.
VICTOR OTIS TROOK, 90, of Denver died Oct. 26. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at Chapel Hill Memorial Chapel, 6601 S. Colorado Blvd. Mr. Trook was born in Tabor, Iowa, on Feb. 4, 1910. He married Arlene Buskirk, 1939. He was a district manager for Farmers Insurance. He was a member of the President's Council. Survivors include his wife; son Douglas of Pennsylvania; daughters Joy Wood of Denver and Jo Ann Blevens of Wyoming; brother Alfred of Nebraska; sister Eva Mendenhall of California; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
DAVID R. VAN HOOSER, 67, of Bailey died Oct. 24. Services were Oct. 27. Mr. Van Hooser was born in Wheat Ridge on Aug. 31, 1933. He married Sandy Poindexter, 1979. He was a real estate broker and farmer. Survivors include his wife; son Jason of Arvada; daughters Amanda Stack of Maryland, Heather of Washington and Holly of Bailey; two grandchildren.
CLIFFORD R. WILLIAMS, 88, of Denver died Oct. 21. Services were Oct. 26, with burial at Fairmount Cemetery. Mr. Williams was born in St. Louis on June 3, 1912. He married Rosalie Schmidt, 1940. He was a technical engineer for Gates Rubber Co. Survivors include his wife; daughters Cynthia Frasier of Colorado and Sandra Bradford of Highlands Ranch; sister Betty Bramlett of Aurora; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren.
HAROLD ''DAVE'' WOLLERT JR., 49, of Hudson died Oct. 25. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31, at Rice Mortuary. Mr. Wollert was born in Denver on Sept. 15, 1951. He married Sandra Sue Hoover, 1974. He was an automotive painter. Survivors include his wife; father Harold of Hudson; son Bucky of Hudson.
MARTHA R. AIGAKI, 81, of Brighton died Oct. 24. Services were Oct. 27 with burial at Highland Cemetery. Mrs. Aigaki was born in Gallitin, Mo., on Jan. 24, 1919. She married Charlie Aigaki, 1966. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; daughters Martha Eklund of Brush, Mary Henry of Oklahoma, Frances Elley of Walsenburg; sister Mary Wurster of Iowa; 10 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren.
DALE R. ATHERTON, 74, formerly of Yuma died Oct. 22 in Las Vegas. Services were Oct. 27, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Atherton was born in Yuma County on Jan. 17, 1926. He worked in a surplus store in Denver. Survivors include sisters Leona Williams of Nevada, Mary Lucille Rea of New Mexico, Audrey Knight of Englewood.
MABEL J. BARNES, 93, of Littleton died Oct. 24. Services were Oct. 28, with burial at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Barnes was born in Kersey on Nov. 7, 1906. She married A. Earl Barnes, 1933. She was a school teacher and homemaker. Survivors include sons Ronald of Penrose, Alan of Denver; daughter Jeanette Hildebrand of Littleton; six grandchldren; six great-grandchildren.
ROBERT HAYWARD CONDRY, 27, of Parker died Oct. 23. Services were Oct. 27. Mr. Condry was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Dec. 30, 1972. He married Elizabeth Brooks Hale, 1996. He was an electrician. Survivors include his wife; daughter Lauren Elizabeth; father Dale R. Jr., of Iowa; sisters Holly Chittick and Amanda Krizan, both of Iowa; grandparents Dale and Ardith, Robert and Bea Johnson, all of Iowa.
JANICE M. CROY, 52, of Englewood died Oct. 28. Services will be 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 11 at Newcomer Family Chapel. Miss Croy was born in Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 17, 1947. She retired as a phone clerk. Survivors include mother Irma C. Ruvolo of Littleton; sisters Leila White of Littleton, Tammy of Maryland.
ELIZABETH CECELIA DONNELLY, 82, of Simla died Oct. 22. Services were Oct. 25 with burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Donnelly was born Elizabeth C. Woolley in Point Pleasant, N.J., on Feb. 10, 1918. She married Alfred Donnelly, 1946. She was a resident of Denver until recently. Survivors include son Jim of Littleton; grandsons Stephen and Michael; two step-grandchildren; one great-grandchild; three step great-grandchildren.
JAMES JOEL ROBERTS, 68, of Littleton died Oct. 21. Services were Oct. 30, with burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Roberts was born in David City, Neb., on Feb. 4, 1932. He was an assistant for a dry-cleaning business. Survivors include friends Cheryl Wehling and Cary Carron; uncle Tom of California; aunt Anne Murphy of Denver.
BILL LEE FALDER, 65, of Aurora died Oct. 21. Services were Oct. 27. Mr. Falder was born in Walnut, Kan., on Sept. 20, 1935. He married Sima Cohen, 1976. He was retired. Survivors include his wife; son Kris of Aurora.
ELIZABETH ''BETTY'' M. HINRICHS, 71, of Thornton died Oct. 26. Services were Oct. 30. Mrs. Hinrichs was born in Denver on Aug. 7, 1929. She married Donald M. Hinrichs, 1949. She retired from the federal government. Survivors include daughter Kathryn Carabello; sisters Jean Mattern, Bobbie Jones; Linda Massey; brothers Charles, Jack, George, Joe and Danny Pfannenstiel; one granddaughter.
GLENN DAVID JOHNSON, 83, of Aurora died Oct. 24. Services were Oct. 28, with entombment at Fairmount Mausoleum. Mr. Johnson was born in Belleville, Kan., on June 24, 1917. He married Pauline M. Swindell, 1939. He was a meteorologist. Survivors include his wife; daughters Glenna G. Davis of Lakewood, Linda D. Thomsen of Aurora, Marilyn K. of New Mexico; sons James D. of Virginia, William of Aurora; 10 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
MELVIN A. KRUTSCH, 88, of Denver died Oct. 20. Services were Oct. 24 with burial at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Mr. Krutsch was born in Stickney, S.D., on July 21, 1912. He married Anna, deceased, then June. He was a homebuilder. Survivors include his wife June; sons Alvin of Denver, Wayne of Thornton, Darwin of Littleton; daughter Donna Rae Miller of California; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
HELEN L. LOWERY, 90, of Denver died Oct. 21. Services were Oct. 27, with burial at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Lowery was born in Council Bluff, Iowa, on Oct. 5, 1910. She married Roy Hoschouer, deceased and George Lowery, deceased. She worked for Red Bird Farms. She was a member of Seniors Club of Englewood. Survivors include daughters Lucille Tucker, Imogene Weston; sons Robert, Kenneth, Leon; 30 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
SUSAN AMELIA MARES-KROENER, 35, of Denver died Oct. 12. Services were Oct. 25, with entombment at Olinger Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Mares-Kroener was born in Denver on Feb. 3, 1965. She married Melvin L. Jones. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; son Derick H. II of Denver; daughter Desirhe R. of Denver; ex-husband Derick H. I of Alaska; mother Theresa Mares of Northglenn; sisters Pamela Medina of Westminster, Malani Martinez of Northglenn, Valerie Mares of Wheat Ridge; grandfather Ernest Mares of Denver.
CLODAGH L. MITTON, 85, of Englewood died Oct. 23. Services were Oct. 26, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Mitton was born Codagh L. Jones in Burley, Idaho, on Sept. 22, 1915. She married Robert L. Mitton, 1942. Survivors include sons Robert L., Jr., of Grand Junction, Richard C. of Littleton; sisters Betty J. Skotheien of Aurora, Virginia Lucas of Oregon; six grandchildren.
ALLYSON MARIE MOHATT, 5, of Arvada died Oct. 18. Services were Oct. 24, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Allyson was born in Denver on April 12, 1995. She was a kindergartner at Wilmore-Davis Elementary. Survivors include parents Roger and Dawn; sister Rachel; grandparents Steve and Emily Cowgill of Westminster, William and LaVonne Markin of Virginia, Gary of Lakewood; great-grandmother Clara Spears of Lakewood.
PHILLIP JAMES ORTIZ, 40, of Commerce City died Oct. 21. Services were Oct. 27, with burial at Olinger Highland Cemetery, Thornton. Mr. Ortiz was born in Colorado Springs, on April 5, 1960. He was a carpenter and also worked at La Botella Liquors. He was a gifted musician. Survivors include parents Felix Sr. and Dora, both of Commerce City; brothers Felix Jr. of California, Paul Brighton, Ron of New York, Edward, Floyd, both of Denver; sister Priscilla of Henderson.
EDWIN D. PRIDAY, 77, of Denver died Oct. 22. Services were Oct. 26, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. Priday was born in Denver on Aug. 10, 1923. He served as a sergeant in the Army during World War II. He retired as a painter for the city of Denver. Survivors include daughters Judith Rodasta of Denver, Melody Judish of Lakewood, Tamura Kaler of Superior; son Mark E. of Lakewood; brother Leroy of Lakewood; sister Irene Duzzitti; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
ARDITH LUBY QUINN, 72, of Evergreen died Oct. 20. Services were Oct. 24, with burial at Christ the King Cemetery. Mrs. Quinn was born in Lincoln, Neb., on July 30, 1928. She married J. Donald Quinn. She was a homemaker. Survivors include sons Mick, Kevin, Conleth, Matthew, Jerry, Kelley, Mark; daughters Brigid, Kate, Meaghan, Maura.
MYRLE E. SHAVER, 89, of Aurora died Oct. 25. Services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, at Fairmount Cemetery. Mrs. Shaver was born in Oakley, Kan., on Nov. 30, 1910. She married Rex J. Shaver, 1935. She was a member of Chi Omega Sorority, Lamda Chapter, University of Kansas. Survivors include son Richard O. Shaver of Lakewood; daughter Janice A. James of Aurora; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
JAMES W. ''JAMIE'' SINGLETON, 31, of Englewood died Oct. 27. Services will be 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 1 at Horan & McConaty Family Chapel, 3101 S. Wadsworth Blvd. Mr. Singleton was born in Aurora on May 21, 1969. He married Amy Massa, 1996. He was the ice man with the Colorado Avalanche at the Pepsi Center. Survivors include his wife; sons Tyler S. and Hunter R.; brother John Raymond of Littleton; parents Sam and Connie A., both of Littleton.
KATHERINE A. SMITH, 93, of Denver died Oct. 5 in Arizona. Services will be 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 3, at Christ the King Catholic Church. Mrs. Smith was born in Joplin, Mo., on Oct. 30, 1906. She was a charter member of Heresians. Survivors include son Dan Chandler of Arizona; two grandchildren.