Miscellaneous Denver County, Colorado Obituaries - 1999
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|GEORGE M. BEETHE, 75, of Denver died March 30. Services were April
6, with burial at Littleton Cemetery. Mr. Beethe was born in Elk Creek,
Neb., on Feb. 22, 1924. He married Ethel Edie, 1950. He worked for Mountain
Bell for 42 years. He was a driver for Harry Hoffman Liquors, a security
guard at Celebrity Sports Center and a lobby attendant at the Denver Club
Building. Survivors include his wife; sons Don of Colorado Springs, Rick
of Denver, Jim of Oregon; brothers Glen of Yuma, Al of Houston, Don of
California, Omer of Littleton; 12 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
DEBORAH LYNN BOX, 47, of Northglenn died March 29. Mrs. Box was born in Fort Ord, Calif., on Sept. 23, 1951. She married John D. Box, 1991. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; sons Eric Williamson of California, Joseph Williamson of Arizona; daughter Heather Plate of Arkansas; mother Norma Copus of California; brothers Brian and Collie Copus, both of California; sister Laura Copus of California; a grandson.
RICK A CASARES, 39, of Denver died April 16 in Pueblo. Mr. Casares was born in San Antonio on Sept. 14, 1959. He married Rose Aragon. He was a property manager for First Industrial Facilities. He was named Employee of the Month. Survivors include mother Juanita Stark of Oklahoma; stepfather Charles Stark of Oklahoma; sons Eric and Aaron, both of Nebraska; stepdaughters Athena Lovato of Northglenn, Marcie Aragon of Westminster; sister Yolanda Gonzales of Nebraska; brother Douglas of Oklahoma; grandfather Joe Lopez of Nebraska; a grandson.
PEGGY IRENE COLBY, 68, of Loveland, formerly of Aurora, died April 6 in Sun City Center, Fla. Services were April 16. Mrs. Colby was born in Flint, Mich., on Oct. 20, 1930. She married Gerald W. Colby, 1949. She was a retired secretary. She was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church. Survivors include her husband; son Craig of Eagle; daughters Sylvia Dane of Boulder, Nora Cedarwin of Washington, Ann Whisenant of Texas; 10 grandchildren.
LILLIAN M. DAVIS, 86, of Greeley died April 18. Services will be private. Mrs. Davis was born in Utica, Mich., on Feb. 4, 1913. She married Francis E. "Bud" Davis, 1935. She was a homemaker. Survivors include son Gary of Brighton; a granddaughter; a great-granddaughter.
MARY L. HANSEN, 88, of Colorado Springs died April 11 in Santa Barbara, Calif. Mrs. Hansen was born in Colorado Springs on Oct. 25, 1910. She married Harry C. Hansen. She was vice president of Harry Hansen Inc. Survivors include daughter Shirley Parker; six grandchildren.
COL. ARTHUR DEE IVES SR., 76, of Cañon City died March 23. Private services were April 1, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Col. Ives was born in West Almond, N.Y., on Aug. 1, 1922. He married Lt. Ann Josephine Cronin, 1945. He served in the Army from 1942 to 1967. He was a member of the 179th Regiment of the 45th Infantry Division during World War II. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, Soldiers Medal, two Bronze Stars for valor, three Purple Hearts, a combat Infantryman's Badge, the French Croix de Guerre, two Legion of Merits and an Army Commendation Medal. He was a military intelligence officer. His career was distinguished by assignments with J2, Army STRIKE Command, Security Directorate and NATO International Organization. After retirement, he was a licensed tax consultant. He was a charter member of the National Military Intelligence Association. Survivors inlcude his wife; daughters Sherry Sherrill of Grant, Lori of Lakewood, Linda Dietz of Littleton; sons Arthur Jr. of Littleton, Peter of Virginia, Jon of Washington; six grandchildren.
ELDEN JOSEPH KARLIN, 80, of Aurora died April 18. Mr. Karlin was born in Catherine, Kan., on Sept. 26, 1918. He married Rosalind Wasinger, 1947. He was a retired assistant branch manager for Merck and Company Inc. He served in the Army. He was a member of American Legion Post 1 and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors include his wife; daughter Elizabeth Pritchard of Denver; son Robert of Indiana; four grandchildren; a great-grandchild.
FRED C. KNIGHT, 78, of Littleton died April 25. Services were April 28. Mr. Knight was born in Fargo, N.D., on May 23, 1920. He married Virginia Drake, 1977. He was an associate director of exploration research at Marathon Oil Co. He was a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Exploration Geophysics. Survivors include his wife; daughter Kathryn McKinley of Michigan; son Fred Jr. of Littleton; stepdaughters Sheila Jobes of Colorado Springs, Diane Davis of Washington; stepson Stephen Jobes of New York; sister Patricia Scharling of New York; three grandchildren; a great-grandchild.
LEON V. MANNING, 61, of Thornton died April 13. Services were April 16, with burial at the Platteville Cemetery. Mr. Manning was born in Ava, Mo., on May 14, 1937. He married Theresa Martinez, 1987. He was a building engineer at Central Elementary in Commerce City. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife; sons Troy, Eli and Leon Jr., all of Thornton, Ernie, Clyde, Leon Jr. and Dale, all of Fort Lupton; daughters Samantha and Rachel, both of Thornton; mother Lilly of Greeley; sister Venita Adair of Evans; brothers Loyal and James, both of Commerce City, Marvin of Milliken; nine grandchildren.
JOHN RYAN McDONALD, 68, of Denver died April 23. Services were April 27, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. McDonald was born in Hagan, Va., on July 9, 1930. He married Leona Nichols, 1952. He was a television technician. He served in the Air Force during the Korean War. Survivors include his wife; daughters Donna Milner of Lakewood, Beckie Gumm of Denver; three grandchildren.
GEORGE VAIDEN McKEEHAN, 60, of Denver died April 19. Services were April 24. Mr. McKeehan was born in North La Veta on Aug. 3, 1938. He married Myrna Dawn Carter. He served in the Marines. He was retired from the Santa Fe Railroad. He owned and operated Pueblo Used Pick Up Parts and Second Best Auto and Truck Sales and worked as a security guard. Survivors include his wife; daughters Valarie and Yolanda, both of California; sons Aaron and Barrett, both of Denver; stepson Damon Jenkins; brother C.A. of California; sisters Olive Ragusky, Ruth, Sara Laydon, LaVearn Aragon, Josephine Beery, all of Pueblo, Sally Montoya of Pagosa Springs, Lorraine Valdez of Nevada, Earsey Whittington of Texas; five grandchildren; a great-granddaughter.
JOSIE J. NOBLETT, 71, of Thornton died April 18. Services were April 22. Mrs. Noblett was born in South Bend, Ind., on April 2, 1928. She married Frederick Martin Noblett, 1952. She was a telemarketer. Survivors include daughter Terrie Cook of Thornton; sons Frederick Jr. of Texas, Patrick of Michigan; six grandchildren; a great-grandson.
JUNE M. REED, 69, of Denver died April 22. Memorial services were April 26; burial will be in Granby at a later date. Mrs. Reed was born in Llanhilleth, Wales, Great Britain, on Jan. 14, 1930. She married James W. Reed, 1957. She was a secretary at a solicitor's office and for the Labor Party of Great Britain. Survivors include her husband; son James L. of Evans; daughter June Matson of Granby; sisters Joy Wilson of Parker, Sandra Canaday of Aurora; brother John Lloyd of Great Britain; four grandchildren.
THOMAS MICHAEL SCHANAMAN, 53, of Northglenn died April 15. Services were April 21. Mr. Schanaman was born in Scottsbluff, Neb., on July 11, 1945. He married Debra Hoskins, 1977. He was a telecommunications technician for AT&T Communications. He served in the Vietnam War from 1967 to 1968. Survivors include his wife; sons Tommy and Shane, both of Northglenn, Thomas Baker of Nebraska; mother Peggy Carrel of Nebraska; sister Joann Radtke of Arizona; brother Pat of Littleton; a grandson.
GEORGE W. SKRBINA, 62, of Northglenn died April 19 in Westminster. Services were April 23. Mr. Skrbina was born in Greeley on April 2, 1937. He married Dorothy Blume. He was a construction worker. He served in the Air Force. Survivors include his wife; daughters Teri of Westminster, Marianne Greed of Thornton, sons Dan and Michael, both of Thornton; brothers Frank of Clifton, Rudy of Colburn; sisters Eileen Pickett of Nevada, Anna Knutson of Arizona; Joanie Martfield of California; four grandchildren.
AGNES STERNENBERGER, 93, of Denver died March 25. Mrs. Sternenberger was born in Blackfoot, Idaho, on Oct. 21, 1905. She married Walter F. Sternenberger, 1924. She was retired from the Bureau of Reclamation. Survivors include son Walter of Thornton; Jeanne Panzlau of Denver; nine grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren.
DOLLY M. THORNBURG, 95, of Denver died April 22. Services were April 28. Mrs. Thornburg was born in Osborne, Kan., on Feb. 18, 1904. She married Joe L. Thornburg, 1919. She was a homemaker. Survivors include daughter Lorna Frederick of Lakewood; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren.
JESSIE MAXINE ULIBARRI, 82, of Arvada died April 22 in Lakewood. Services were April 27, with burial at Fairmount Cemetery. Mrs. Ulibarri was born in McCook, Neb., on Feb. 22, 1917. She married Norman K. Ulibarri. She was a title clerk for the Denver Department of Motor Vehicles. Survivors include cousins William Sealy, Ruth Blakeley.
VIRGINIA BROWN, 84, of Englewood died April 16 in Littleton. Services were April 20, with burial at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Brown was born in Salem, Ore., on July 28, 1914. She married J. Hugh Brown, 1938. She was a homemaker. Survivors include son Floyd of Parker; daughters Bonnie K. Rickel of Englewood, Velva Sasse of Wyoming; brothers Dean and Ray Lundy, both of Wyoming; sister Mary Reeves of Texas; five granddaughters; six great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter.
JENNIE D. CARLSON, 83, of Aurora died April 24. Services were April 28, with burial at Logan City Cemetery in Logan, Utah. Mrs. Carlson was born in Heber, Utah, on Oct. 9, 1915. She married E. James Carlson, 1943. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; daughters Carolyn Keller of Thornton, Janice Robinson of Utah; sons Gary of Nevada, James of Aurora; 13 grandchildren.
LE ANH CHUONG, 68, of Westminster, died Aug. 28, 1976. Services were April 23, with burial at Olinger Highland Cemetery. Mrs. Chuong was born in the People's Republic of China on March 3, 1908. She married Ping Nam Tsou. She was a homemaker. Survivors include sons Khanh Chau, Wei Ming Tzou, both of Westminster; daughters An Hua Chou of California, Mang Hua Tsou of Westminster; 12 grandchildren; a great-grandson.
DOROTHY ''KAYO'' CRAIG, 70, of Denver died April 24 in Aurora. Services were April 29, with entombment at Fairmount Memorial Terrace. Mrs. Craig was born in Denver on May 29, 1928. She married Myran J. Craig, 1958. She was executive secretary of the Colorado section of the PGA of America for 20 years. Survivors include her husband; brothers Andrew DeNuzzi of Thornton, Ralph DeNuzzi of Wheat Ridge; sisters Liz Ricotta of Denver, Antoinette Severini of Northglenn.
PHYLLIS ANN ENGELKIRK, 85, of Longmont died April 25 in Englewood. Mrs. Engelkirk was born in Hamilton, Ontario, on Jan. 6, 1914. She married Paul T. Engelkirk. She was a bookkeeper. Survivors include daughter Susan Lockwood Summers of Littleton; son Paul of Texas; sisters Rose Egan and Dee Rohrauer, both of New Jersey; five grandchildren.
FRANK FERRIE, 88, of Denver died March 23. Mr. Ferrie was born in Denver on Jan. 18, 1911. He was a garment cutter. Survivors include daughter Frances Brewer of Westminster; son Don of Leadville; sister Olga McCullough of Denver; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
ERVIN PAUL FETTER, 89, of Denver died April 23 in Wheat Ridge. Services were April 26. Mr. Fetter was born in Fulda, Ind., on Oct. 23, 1909. He married Dorothy C. Wannemiller. He was a retired customer service representative. He was a member of Holy Name Society. Survivors include his wife; sons Larrie of Longmont, Leonard of California, Linus of New Jersey, Delbert of Aurora, Joe of Denver; daughters Dolores of Denver, Doretta DeHerrera of Lakewood, Denise Downs of Colorado Springs; 17 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren.
JOSEPH MALCOLM ''MAL'' JOHNSON, 78, of Greeley died April 21. Private services will be held in Leadville at a later date. Mr. Johnson was born in Phoenix on Nov. 21, 1920. He married Ruth Slusher, 1942. He served in the Army during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star. He retired from United Airlines in 1981 after more than 25 years of service. Survivors include sons Jay of Utah, Rick of Arkansas, Roger of Greeley; brother Edie of Arizona; girlfriend Helen Shaffer; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.
ALETHA KAPSNER, 88, of Denver died April 26. Services were April 29. Mrs. Kapsner was born in Foley, Minn., on April 16, 1911. She married Alex Kapsner. She was a registered nurse. Survivors include sons Charles, Adrian, both of Minnesota; daughters Ardeth, Kathleen, both of Minnesota, Margaret of Denver, 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
JUNE THERESA LOWREY KEEFLER, 73, of Cherry Hills Village died April 21. Services will be at a later date. Mrs. Keefler was born June Theresa Lowrey in Ottawa, Ontario, on April 1, 1926. She married David MacDougall Keefler, 1958. She was a retired executive from Gates Rubber Co., a registered nurse and a flight attendant. She was a member of Valley Country Club. Survivors include her husband; daughters Suzanne of San Francisco, Dawn of Mexico City, Joanne Boucher of Minnesota; son David of Highlands Ranch; sisters Ruth, Mary, Anne, all of Canada; brother Paul Lowrey of Canada; three grandchildren.
FERN STELLA KITCHIN, 89, of Parker died April 26 in Castle Rock. Memorial services were April 27, with inurnment in Montevideo, Minn., at a later date. Mrs. Kitchin was born Fern Stella Knutson in Montevideo, Minn., on June 3, 1909. She married Henry Newton Kitchin, 1927. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the United Lutheran Church in North Dakota. Survivors include daughters Audrey McCann of Minnesota, Marilyn York of California, son Dwight of Parker; brother Robert Knutson of Minnesota; sisters Vera Mitlyng of Minnesota, Ella Gulden of Minesota; seven grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
HERBERT R. McCARTNEY, 60, of Henderson died April 25 in Brighton. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Friday, May 7, at the Platte Valley Mortuary Chapel, 83 N. Fourth Ave., Brighton. Mr. McCartney was born in Denver on March 27, 1939. He married Shirley McCartney. He was a truck-driving instructor. Survivors include his wife; daughter Tami Archer of Denver; sons David of Brighton, Joseph, Andrew, both of Henderson; sister Wanda Gorman of Denver; five grandchildren.
JOHN RYAN McDONALD, 68, of Denver died April 23. Services were April 27, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. McDonald was born in Hagans, Va., on July 9, 1930. He married Leona Nichols, 1952. He served in the Air Force during the Korean War. He was a television technician. Survivors include his wife; daughters Donna Milner of Lakewood, Beckie Gumm of Denver; three grandchildren.
SHERRI BRANDO-MINENI, 50, of Boulder died April 25. Services were April 28. Mrs. Brando-Mineni was born in Toronto on April 12, 1949. She married Ken Mineni, 1993. She was a self-employed artist. Survivors include her husband; daughters Wesley Brando, Carina, Lili, all of Boulder, Liza of California; father Alfred Ross of Miami; sister Wendi Gouon of Florida; three grandchildren.
JOSEPH MAX MITCHELL, 81, of Westminster died March 15. Services were March 18. Mr. Mitchell was born in New York, on June 4, 1917. He married Margaret McIlree, 1943. He owned Deluxe Speedometer and was a radio mechanic. He volunteered for the Westminster High School Career Enrichment Partnership. He was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife; sons Joseph of Canada, Richard of Fort Lupton, William of Littleton; daughter Janet Evans of Fort Lupton; brother Martin of Florida; sisters Ruth Selnick of Ohio, Toby Schwartz of New Jersey; 10 grandchildren.
MARY LEA ROBINSON, 77, of North Platte, Neb., formerly of Denver, died April 25 in Watertown, Wis. A graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Friday, April 30, at Fort Sumner Cemetery, Fort Sumner, N.M. Mrs. Robinson was born in Caprock, N.M., on April 13, 1922. She married Lewis G. Robinson, 1949. She was a nurse at Beth Israel Hospital in Denver for several years. She was a member of North Platte Baptist Church and a longtime member of South Sheridan Baptist Church in Lakewood. Survivors include her husband; daughters Marsha Jackson, Cindy Platt, both of Wisconsin, Jan Fazzio of Georgia; son Levi Robinson of Wyoming; sisters Marjorie Harris of Texas, Lorna Lund of New Mexico; 17 grandchildren; a great-grandchild.
RICHARD DONALD ROBINSON, 53, of Littleton died March 9. Mr. Robinson was born in Denver on June 12, 1945. He married LaVonne LaDel Robinson, 1987. He was a musician. Survivors include his wife; mother Marguerite; son Lon; daughter Airrie; brother Randy; sister Dianne Bullard, Donna Williams; a grandson.
JOYCE SNYDER, 68, of Denver died April 15. Services were April 19, with burial at Highland Cemetery. Mrs. Snyder was born in Greeley on Aug. 19, 1930. She was a retired substitute teacher in School District 14 and a dispatcher. She was a committee member on the School District 14 Credit Union. She was a member of Tops and a volunteer for the Commerce City Recreation Center. Survivors include sons Richard of Missouri, Johnny, Jerry, both of Commerce City; mother Effie Raskopf of Commerce City; sister Alice Mealman of Wheat Ridge; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
DR. WARREN W. TUCKER, 91, formerly of Denver died April 26 in Stevens Point, Wis. Dr. Tucker was born in Belmont, Mass., on Oct. 30, 1907. He married Mabel Havrelly, 1933. He served in the Navy as a lieutenant commander from 1943 to 1945. He practiced as an obstetrician and gynecologist in Denver until his retirement. He moved to Stevens Point in 1992. Survivors include son Joseph of Stevens Point; daughter Pamela Enerson of Stevens Point; three grandsons.
REUBEN WAGONER, 88, of Thornton died April 13 in Denver. Services were April 16. Mr. Wagoner was born in Gholson, Texas, on April 30, 1910. He married Jimmie V. Williams, 1935. He was an automobile mechanic shop owner. Survivors include sons William of Denver, James of Arizona, Robert of Dacono; daughter Dottie of Thornton.
FRANK J. ''JOE'' WOERTMAN, 94, of Wheat Ridge died April 17. Services were April 22, with entombment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Woertman was born in Denver on May 7, 1904. He married Ruth Owen Bonnette, 1925. He was a retired postal clerk. He was a member of Loyal Arcanum Lodge, past president of National Federation of Postal Clerks Local No. 229 and Holy Family Men's Club. Survivors include daughters Joanne Collins, Margaret Blue, both of Mexico, Carol Hunsaker of Arvada, Mary Ellen Ontiveros of Wheat Ridge, Kathleen Schick of Westminster; son Frank Jr. of Denver; 21 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren.
ANGELINE YBARRA, 51, of Battlement Mesa died April 17 in Grand Junction. Services were April 23. Mrs. Ybarra was born in Brighton on Feb. 3, 1948. She married Richard Ybarra, 1966. She was a cosmetologist since 1980 and was a certified massage therapist. Survivors include her husband; daughters Michelle of Delta, Melissa of Parachute; son Michael of Battlement Mesa; parents George and Cecilia Rodriguez, both of Northglenn; brothers George Rodriguez of Northglenn, Andrew Rodriguez of Thornton; sister Kathleen Shaut of Ohio; two grandchildren.
ELISE ABRAHAMSON, 92, of Lakewood died April 22. Services were April 27, with entombment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Abrahamson was born in Casalzuigio, Italy, on Aug. 6, 1906. She married Gustav Abrahamson, 1927. She was a sorter at Gigantic Laundry. Survivors include sons Harry of California, Robert of Lakewood, David of Tennessee; daughter Claire Gehrett of Lakewood; 13 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren.
THEODORE EVERETT AHL, 44, of Bailey died April 28. Services will be at noon Saturday, May 1, at Platte Canyon Community Church, 4954 Park County Road 64, Bailey. Mr. Ahl was born in Deadwood, S.D., on Nov. 6, 1954. He married Jane Marie Delicate, 1977. He served in the Navy. He was a computer engineer for US West. He was a member of Platte Canyon Community Church. Survivors include his wife; daughters Jessica, Katie and Sarah; parents Ernest and Irene of South Dakota; brothers Tom of Evergreen, Jim, Rick and Bob, all of South Dakota; sister Dori Turner of Arizona.
DR. CONRAD HAROLD BAER, 68, of Lakewood died April 24 in Denver. Services were April 29, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Dr. Baer was born in Pueblo on June 29, 1930. He served in the Navy. He married Eula Faye Wood, 1966. He was a U.S. Department of Agriculture veterinarian. Survivors include his wife; daughters Cheryl and Michelle Kayfes, both of Castle Rock; son Matt Kayfes of Castle Rock; a grandchild.
KAY E. BAMFORD, 63, of Aurora died April 22. Services were April 27. Mrs. Bamford was born in Denver on June 20, 1935. She married Robert Bamford, 1956. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star. Survivors include her husband; daughters Robin May of Aurora, Paula Florenee of Nebraska.
CLAUDIA L. BENNETT, 59, of Thornton died April 26. Services were April 29. Mrs. Bennett was born in Milwaukee on July 24, 1939. She was a certified nurse's aide at Sunny Acres Villa. Survivors include son Jerry Pomeroy of Wisconsin; daughters Lisa Garancosky of Kansas, Karen of Thornton; five grandchildren.
DONALD ROBERT BILYARD, 79, of Loveland died April 26. Services were April 30, with burial at Resthaven Memory Gardens. Mr. Bilyard was born in Chicago on June 7, 1919. He married Abby Eloise Walter Bilyard, 1943. He served in the Army Air Forces doing photo reconnaissance during World War II. He was a cartographic technician for the Bureau of Land Management and also worked in construction of hardwood flooring. He was active in political campaigns and was a member of Independent Order of Foresters. Survivors include his wife; son Raymond of Paonia; daughter Lynn Bogard of Fort Collins; three grandchildren.
ROBERT H. BREMMER, 72, of Westminster died April 25. Services were April 28, with burial at Star Cemetery in Idaho. Mr. Bremmer was born in Stuart, Neb., on Oct. 31, 1926. He married Jeanne Farnham, 1949. He was a business manager for Electrical Supplies. He was a member of the Westminster Elks Club. Survivors include his wife; son Randy of New Mexico; sister Elaine Lockhart of California; two grandchildren.
HELEN I. GARNER, 73, of Denver died April 27. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 1, at Runyan Stevenson Capitol Mortuary. Mrs. Garner was born in Brighton on Feb. 7, 1926. She was a homemaker. Survivors include son Rodney Sterkel of Lakewood; a grandchild; four great-grandchildren.
FRANKLIN ''ART'' GROSSMAN, 87, of Denver died April 20. Mr. Grossman was born in Warrick County, Ind., on Feb. 14, 1912. He married Anna Louise Grossman. He worked for Servel, Inc., and held two patents. He was an aerospace engineer who participated in the Titan and Mercury programs with Martin Marietta. Later he was an engineer with Stearns-Roger. He was a member of ASME and ASHRAE. Survivors include his wife; sons Robert, Phillip and Andrew; a brother; three sisters.
HARRIETT K. GUILD, 86, of Denver died April 22. Burial was at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Guild was born in Maxwell, Iowa, on Nov. 14, 1912. She married Russell J. Guild. She was a secretary for Colorado State Department of Social Services. Survivors include niece Shirley Hansen of South Dakota.
WALTER H. HAIG, 73, of Lakewood died April 25 in Denver. Services were April 30. Mr. Haig was born in Peabody, Mass., on Dec. 12, 1925. He married Ruth Coombs, 1948. He was a machinist and custodian. He served in the Army Air Forces during World War II. Survivors include his wife; daughters Barbara VanLaethem of Arvada, Nancy Murphy of Lakewood, Janet Desjardins of Massachusetts; brother Robert of South Carolina; three grandchildren.
EARL LEDOIT HOSIER, 68, formerly of Denver, died April 26 in Barling, Ark. Services were April 29, with burial at Macedonia Cemetery in Arkansas. Mr. Hosier was born in Garnett, Kan., on Jan. 21, 1931. He married Eleanor Hosier. He was a retired plumber. He served in the Army during the Korean War. Survivors include his wife; daughter Connie Kirk of Arkansas; sons Dean of Arkansas, Jerry of Denver; sister Velma Hill of Oklahoma; brothers Elmer, Glen and Ronald Sr., all of Arkansas; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
LOUIS JOHN LAGO, 83, of Littleton died April 23. Services were April 28, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. Lago was born in Sterling on May 17, 1915. He married Elizabeth Argust. He served in the Army during World War II. He was a farmer. He was a member of the Military Order of the Purple Cross and Veterans of Foreign Wars Lowry Post 501. Survivors include his wife; brother Julian.
KATHRYN REBECCA LOZANO, 36, of Denver died April 24 in Odessa, Texas. Services were April 28, with burial at Arvada Cemetery. Mrs. Lozano was born in Artesia, Calif., on Jan. 17, 1963. She was a bus driver for Laidlaw Transit Inc. She was a member of The Remnant of Christ Church. Survivors include sons Anthony Ruiz, Richard, Angel Joseph, Santos, all of Denver; brother John Ruiz of Lakewood; father Angel Ruiz of Texas; mother Myra Meredith of Denver.
ROBERT A. AL MUESER, 65, of Boulder died April 25. Services were April 30. Mr. Mueser was born in New York on Nov. 21, 1933. He was an author, poet and businessman. He owned The Duck Soup, The Bibliotech and The Last Word bookstores in Boulder. Survivors include daughter Morgana Moore of North Carolina; brother Dick of Boulder.
EDITH LOIS O'BRIEN, 83, of Boulder died April 26. Private services will be in Nebraska. Mrs. O'Brien was born in Omaha on Aug. 5, 1915. She married Bernard Francis O'Brien, 1936. She was a homemaker. Survivors include son Bernard Jr. of California; daughters Patricia Brown of Michigan, Barbara Blackman of Palmer Lake, Katherine Young of Boulder; brother Lyman Classen of North Carolina; sisters Christine, Dorothy and Effie Mae Classen, all of Nebraska; 10 grandchildren; a great-grandchild.
CORCINIO PADILLA, 70, of Aurora died April 25 in Denver. Services were April 30. Mr. Padilla was born in Las Manuelitas, N.M., on May 21, 1928. He married Alvalene Lawley, 1966. He worked for Burlington Railroad and later in construction. He was a member of The Penitentes. Survivors include his wife; sons Harry, Michael, Gilbert, Albert and Eddie, all of Commerce City, Scott White of Denver; daughters Elaine Martinez of Brighton, Debbie Hellner of Thornton, Donna Razo of Commerce City, Tracy Lysne of Denver; 20 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren.
JEAN MARIE PERKINS, 64, of Commerce City died April 25 in Fort Morgan. Services were April 28, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Perkins was born in Brighton on May 5, 1934. She married Charles Eugene Perkins, 1953. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Durbey Lanes Bowling League Still Here Team and Miniature Aero Sportsters. Survivors include sons Charles and Kenneth, both of California, Clyde of Colorado Springs, daughters Verta Walker of Woodrow, Tina Dutton of Anton; sister Joyce Mermis of Florida; brothers Leroy and Kenneth Ziebarth, both of Commerce City, Jack Ziebarth of Denver, Richard "Dick" Ziebarth of Brighton; 12 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.