Miscellaneous Denver County, Colorado Obituaries - 1999

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MARY KATHERINE ALDERMAN, 95, of Denver died Sept. 19 in Littleton. Services were private, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Alderman was born in Avery, Texas, on Jan. 24, 1904. She married Carl Alderman, 1936. Survivors include daughters Darlene Dickerson of Littleton, Jerri Craddock of Arizona; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. 

HELEN LUCILE ANDREWS, 93, of Aurora died Sept. 14. Services were Sept. 21, with burial at Fairmount Cemetery. Mrs. Andrews was born in Rockford, Ill., on June 11, 1906. She married Irving Andrews Sr., 1925. She was the university house director at the University of Colorado, University of Denver and Colorado State for 25 years. Survivors include son Irving of Texas; daughters Sally Clements of Arizona, Alice Geddes Fryer of Texas; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. 

DEBORAH ''BOOGIE'' JUNG BATISTA, 31, of Northglenn died Sept. 7 in Las Vegas. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, at Northglenn Christian Church. Ms. Batista was born in Denver on Oct. 15, 1967. She married Amaury Batista. She owned a computer business. Survivors include her husband; son Amaury of Boulder; father Steve Jung of Northglenn; sisters Pingleede Rogatis and Kathlene Pullman, both of Nevada. 

MARCY JILL BUCHHOLTZ, 55, of Estes Park, formerly of Littleton, died Sept. 15 in San Diego. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church. Ms. Buchholtz was born in Berlin, Wis., on April 5, 1944. She married Curt Buchholtz, 1966. She was a registered nurse and also worked in medical equipment sales. Survivors include her husband; sons Brett of Windsor, Austin and Jesse, both of Longmont; father Norbert Franz of Wisconsin; sister Sharon Fortnum of Wisconsin; brother Clark Franz of Arizona. 

DUANE ''CALVIN'' DAVIS, 51, of Littleton died Sept. 19 in Englewood. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, at Light of the World Catholic Church. Mr. Davis was born in Missoula, Mont., on March 9, 1948. He married Jeanne Lawlor, 1970. He served in the Navy during the Vietnam War. Survivors include daughter Amy of Littleton; son Brian of Littleton; father Euel of Lakewood; mother Beverly of Lakewood; brothers Bill of Lakewood, Kurt of Washington, D.C., sister Kim of Washington, D.C. 

PATRICIA LOU FAIR, 70, of Denver died Sept. 19 in Littleton. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, at First Universalist Church, 4101 E. Hampden Ave., with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Fair was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Dec. 29, 1928. She married D.W. Hornbrook, 1984. She was a teacher and a member of First Universalist Church. Survivors include daughters April of Denver, Ruth Perelstein of California; sons Michael of California, Paul of Denver; brother Kenneth Wolfe of Minnesota; sisters Kathryn Maack of Nebraska, Alice Inman of Missouri; five grandchildren. 

HOMER F. FANNING, 95, of Denver died Sept. 12. Services were Sept. 17, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. Fanning was born in Eureka Springs, Ark., on Nov. 3, 1903. He married Grace Taylor. He served in the Army from 1931 to 1955. He was an engineer. Survivors include son Kent. 

DONNA MARIE FREEMAN, 69, of Lakewood died Sept. 19. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Freeman was born in Minneapolis on Nov. 19, 1929. She married Charles Freeman. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; sons Dennis of California, John of Lakewood; five grandchildren. 

ADELHEID B. FRISCH, 61, of Lakewood died Sept. 19. Services were private. Ms. Frisch was born in Kiefernwalde, Germany, on Sept. 12, 1938. She married Heinz Peter Frisch, 1959. She was a beautician. Survivors include her husband; daughter Stephanie Koehler of Texas; son Alexander of Denver. 

JOHN GRAHAM, 72, of Thornton died Sept. 20 in Aurora. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, at Olinger Highland Cemetery, 10201 Grant St. with burial at Lafayette Cemetery. Mr. Graham was born in Washington, Pa. on Aug. 17, 1927. He married Leona Lee Crowe, who died in 1946. He married Gertrude Conway, 1996. He was a manager for Columbia Gas Co., and was a volunteer firefighter for 32 years. Survivors include his wife Gertrude; sons David of Broomfield, Brady of Arvada; brothers Robert, Richard, both of Pennsylvania; stepsons Larry Conway of Westminster, Thomas Conway of Nevada, Ronald Conway, Robert Conway, Patrick Conway, all of Denver; step daughter Sharon Gould of Denver; eight grandchildren; 14 step-grandchildren. 

EDWARD HOFF, 87, of Lakewood died Sept. 18 in Denver. Services will be at 3 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 22, at Olinger Wadsworth Chapel. Mr. Hoff was born in Lansing, Mich., on Feb. 9, 1912. He married Bonnie Williams and later Mary Grosso. He served in the Navy. He was a landscaper. He was a member of DAV Post 22. Survivors include daughters Carol Baber of Fort Morgan, Sherri McCusker of Aurora; son Dan Hoff of Fort Morgan; stepson Ed Williams of Lakewood; 11 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren. 

DAVID EDWARD HOUCHEN, 43, of Golden died Sept. 19 in Denver. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, at St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, 1313 Clarkson St. Mr. Houchen was born in Syracuse, Neb., on Sept. 14, 1956. He married Patricia Rak, 1990. He worked for Stewart Title Services and was named 1998 Employee of the Year. Survivors include his wife; daughter Kristie; his parents; sister Caroline Huchen Panas. 

WALTER JOHNSON, 90, of Brighton died Sept. 12. Services were Sept. 20. Mr. Johnson was born in West Frankfort, Ill., on June 16, 1909. He married Elizabeth Mendoki. He was a machinist and retired from General Motors in Willow Springs, Ill. Survivors include daughter Margo Sack of Brighton; son Walter of Illinois. 

JOHN KEENE, 62, of Ojai, Calif., formerly of Castle Rock, died Sept. 3. Mr. Keene was born in Denver on Jan. 28, 1937. He served in the Marine Corps. After the service, he flew B-25s in the film Catch 22. He worked as a technical writer and editor. He taught English at Ventura Community College. In 1991, he wrote Pettibone's Law, a novel about the Vietnam War. Survivors include sister Diana Blayney of Aurora; brothers John Riley of California, David of Denver.

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LEE M. ''BUD'' KOENIG, 82, of Greeley died Sept. 15 in Kearney, Neb. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, at Highland Chapel, 10201 Grant St. Mr. Koenig was born in Webster County, Neb., on June 17, 1917. He married Dorothy Delka, 1949. He worked for the Union Pacific Railroad from 1949 to 1979. Survivors include his wife; parents John and Lillie, both of Nebraska; daughter Marvel Anderson of Greeley; sister Ila Crawford of Bennet; a grandchild; a great-grandchild. 

ALVIN EUGENE MANDLER, 36, of Northglenn died Sept. 19. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, at North Metro Church. Mr. Mandler was born in Denver on Sept. 26, 1962. He married Debbie Ann Kaltz, 1989. He was a handyman. Survivors, all of Northglenn, include his wife; daughter Alexandria; mother Patricia; brother Chris of Northglenn. 

CONSUELO M. MARTINEZ, 86, of Brighton died Sept. 17. Services were Sept. 19, with burial at Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs. Martinez was born in Van Horn, Texas, on Dec. 16, 1912. She married Frank Martinez, 1932. She was a volunteer for the Brighton Senior Center. Survivors include her husband; son Frank of Nebraska; daughters Bessie Castillo of Thornton, Bernadine Velasquez of Brighton, Nellie Schou and Grace Nielsen, both of California, Patricia Kloefkom of New Mexico; 18 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. 

RICHARD EARNEST MASON, 50, of Englewood died Sept. 13 in Denver. Services were Sept. 21, with burial at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Mr. Mason was born in Denver on June 10, 1949. He was a plumber for 30 years. He was a former baseball coach of Arapahoe Youth League Baseball Team. Survivors include sons Jeffrey of Denver, Joshua of Englewood, Justin of Denver; brothers Ralph and Charles, both of Denver; sister Carolyn Fowler of Englewood. 

KIM R. ROWE, 28, of Denver died Sept. 16. Services were Sept. 18, with burial at Fairmount Cemetery. Ms. Rowe was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Feb. 10, 1971. She married David Rowe, 1991. She was an artist and a member of Park Hill Art Club. Survivors include her husband; father Wayne Farmer of Tennessee; stepmother Marcia Farmer of Tennessee; mother Juliana Becker of Loveland. 

IRENE SPOMER, 79, of Wheat Ridge died Sept. 18. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 4500 Wadsworth Blvd, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Spomer was born in Longmont on Jan. 17, 1920. She married Peter Spomer, 1939. She retired from Mountain Bell. Survivors include many nieces and nephews. 

ARDIS EVELYN STILES, 82, of Brighton died Sept. 16. Services were Sept. 20, with burial at Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs. Stiles was born in Angus, Neb., on June 17, 1917. She married Woodrow Stiles, 1938. Together, they owned and operated A-1 Appliance Service in Brighton. She was a bookkeeper. Survivors include her husband; daughters Linda Lane of Colorado Springs, Margie Neff of California, Judith Brooks of Wheat Ridge; sister Bonnie Sandborn of Nevada; nine grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. 

CHARLINE ELAINE TAFT, 76, of Littleton died Sept. 18 in Wheat Ridge. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 24, at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Taft was born in Broadwater, Neb., on Sept. 22, 1922. She was an executive secretary at Denver General Hospital, now Denver Health Medical Center, in the pharmacy department. Survivors include son Larry of Denver; daughter Sharon Perry of Morrison; brother Dale Shaw of Fort Collins; four grandsons; three great-grandchildren. 

LEOTA WAGNER, 88, of Brighton died Sept. 15 in Denver. Services will be at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 3, at Rice Funeral Chapel, 100 S. 3rd St., with burial at Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs. Wagner was born in Lone Wolf, Okla., on Jan. 4, 1911. She married Jacob Wagner, 1940. She was the manager for Brighton Self-Service Laundry and was a self-employed seamstress. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Brighton and founding member of the Brighton Senior Center. Survivors include son Albin of New Jersey, Dick of Brighton; daughters Donna Crissup of Virginia, Diane and Dorene, both of Brighton; 12 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.

FRANCES A. BAKER, 84, of Denver died Sept. 16. Services were Sept. 22, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Baker was born in Ames, Iowa, on June 5, 1915. She married Verle Baker, 1939. She was a homemaker. Survivors include daughter Bonnie Wise of Washington; sons Jayson Hopson of California and Richard Baker; one granddaughter; one great-granddaughter. 

HENRY RAYMOND ''HANK'' BEHRENDSEN, 66, of Henderson, formerly of Akron, died Sept. 17. Services were Sept. 22, with burial at Otis Cemetery. Mr. Behrendsen was born in Hayes Center, Neb., on March 14, 1933. He married Alice Jean Feyereisen, 1953. He served in the Army from 1953 to 1955. He was a truck driver in road construction throughout eastern Colorado. Survivors include his wife; mother Margaret of Otis; sons Mark and Ward; daughters Julie Foy and Diana Swopes; brothers Dickie and Lowell; sisters Barbara Procunier, Irene Luster and Ruth Allmer; 10 grandchildren. 

WILLIAM W. ''BILL'' BUCKINGHAM, 71, of Aurora died Sept. 19. Services were private. Mr. Buckingham was born in Detroit on May 17, 1928. He married Judith Mallette. He was a retired insurance agent. Survivors include his wife; sons Jeff of Aurora and William of California; daughter Denise Bailey of California; five grandchildren. 

CAMILLA RICHMAN ELKEN, 64, of Steamboat Springs died Sept. 14. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, at United Methodist Church. Mrs. Elken was born in Denver on July 27, 1935. She married Robert Elken. She worked as an innkeeper and in child development research. She was a member of the Rocky Mountain Ski Instructors Association. Survivors include her husband; daughters Jayne and Margit, both of Oregon, Kari of Denver; sister Diana Trautman of Arizona; a grandson. 

MELVIN E. HOLMQUIST, 77, of Lakewood died Sept. 1. Services were Sept. 4, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Holmquist was born in Bowman, N.D., on June 22, 1922. He married Edith Roen, 1946. He served as a first lieutenant mountain nfantry commander during World War II. He received numerous awards including World War II Victory Medal, Order of the Purple Heart and the European-African Middle Eastern Service Medal. He was an exhibit manager for the National Western Stock Show. Survivors include his wife; daughters Janet Haaker and Sharon Lundy, both of Lakewood; one brother; three sisters;; three grandchildren. 

WILLIAM EDWARD HULSIZER, 75, of Broomfield died Sept. 20 in Louisville. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 24, at the Holy Comforter Church in Broomfield. Mr. Hulsizer was born in Oswego, Kan., on June 24, 1924. He married Phyllis Zuker, 1947. He was a landman for various oil companies. Survivors include his wife; daughters Janna Boccard of Broomfield, Joy Barrett of Littleton and Jayme Weynand of Steamboat Springs; sister Helen Dunbar of Oklahoma; brother Richard of Texas; two grandsons. 

MARY CATHERINE COLLINS HYBSKMANN, 85, of Denver died Sept. 16 in Englewood. Services were Sept. 20, at the Heritage Club. Mrs. Hybskmann was born in Sabetha, Kan., on Aug. 20, 1914. She married L.A. "Hipp" Hybskmann, 1940. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Delta Gamma and PEO. Survivors include her husband; daughter Ann Rush of Littleton; brother Arthur Collins of Kansas. 

ROLAND M. JOHNSON, 77, of Denver died Sept. 19. Services were private. Mr. Johnson was born in Axtell, Neb., on June 30, 1922. He married Jayne Newman. He served in the Army Corps of Engineers in World War II. He was an architect and was a member of the American Institute of Architecture. Survivors include daughters Jaynie Toma of Denver, Claudia Kreamelmeyer of Frisco and Kristi Bennett of Parker; sons Timothy of California and Mark of Denver; 11 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. 

DOLORES JONES, 40, of Aurora died Sept. 16. Services were Sept. 22, at Queen of Peace Catholic Church. Mrs. Jones was born in Manila, Philippines, on Aug. 3, 1959. She married Kevin Jones, 1989. She was a food service trainer and a registered nurse in the Philippines. Survivors include her husband; daughter Nerissa of Aurora; son Aaron of Aurora; parents Eugenie and Esperanza Hinayhinay, both of Aurora; brothers Eduardo Jamandre and Danilo Hinayhinay, both of the Philippines, Eugenio Hinayhinay of California; sisters Lilia Solomon of Virginia, Maria Conner of Aurora, Delia Pruess of Nevada and Daisy Wickham of Aurora. 

TOM TYNAN KARR, 53, of Denver died Sept. 13 in Houston. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, at the Mother of God Church, 4th Street and Speer Boulevard. Mr. Karr was born in Denver on May 1, 1946. He was employed by Gulf Oil Company in Houston and London. He was the president of Law Serve in Houston. Survivors include his son Andrew of Denver; father Donald of Denver; sisters Anne Day of Texas, Jane Fortin of Pennsylvania, Mary of Massachusetts, Sheila of New York and Peggy of Nederland; companion Sally Marr of Texas. 

JOHN KELLY LEE, 51, of Englewood died Sept. 17 in Denver. Services will be held at a later date. Mr. Lee was born in White Salmon, Wash., on Sept. 9, 1948. He married Vikki Saindon Lee, 1985. He served in the Army. He was a telephone repairman. Survivors include his wife; daughter Jennifer of Denver; sons Jeremy of California and Joshua of New York; stepson Jake of Ohio; two grandchildren. 

NORINE C. NOLIN, 58, of Denver died Sept. 19. Services were Sept. 23, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Nolin was born in Chicago on Sept. 25, 1940. She married Larry Nolin. She was a clerical worker for Blue Cross Blue Shield. Survivors include her husband; daughters Shannon Simoneau and Susan Casey, both of Denver, Lorna Casey of Aurora; sister Eileen Handlovitch of Littleton; brother Michael Thornton of Denver. 

ARNOLD A. REINHARDT, 81, of Brighton died Sept. 18. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, at Elmwood Cemetery. Mr. Reinhardt was born in Brighton on Dec. 23, 1917. He married Hilda Diedrichs, 1949. He served in the Army during World War II. He was a carpenter. Survivors include his wife; son Robert of Brighton; daughter Nancy of Colorado Springs; sister Alice Mueller of California; six grandchildren. 

LEO CLARK RUTTER, 61, of Aurora died Sept. 18. Services were Sept. 23, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. Rutter was born in Liberal, Kan., on June 1, 1938. He served in the Army. He was retired from Colowyn Coal Company. Survivors include his sister Betty Sheldon of Yuma; mother Faye of Yuma; son Scott of Alaska; daughters Stacie Dublin of Alaska, Mindolyn of Aurora and Cindy Weston of Craig; seven grandchildren. 

PETER JOHNSTON VAUGHAN, 63, of Northglenn died Sept. 21 in Thornton. Services will be at 3 p.m., Friday, Sept. 24, at Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church. Mr. Vaughan was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Dec. 18, 1935. He married Linda Hunsaker, 1960. He was a professional photographer. He was a member of Northglenn-Thornton Rotary Club and El Paso Masonic Lodge No. 13. Survivors include his wife; daughter Rebecca of Pennsylvania; son Kevin of Thornton; mother Mary of New Mexico; sister Nancy Shughart of New Mexico; brother James of Fort Collins. 

WALTER FLOYD WADE, 93, of Denver died Sept. 3. Services were Sept. 8, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. Wade was born in Trinidad on April 6, 1906. He married Frances Cerame, 1937. He was a driver for the Railway Express Agency. Survivors include daughters Anna Graham of Golden and Alberta Bowen of Lone Tree; sons Carl of Littleton and Milton Hollen of New Mexico. 

ROBERT JOSEPH WAMBAUGH, 70, of Greeley died Sept. 18. Services were Sept. 21, with burial at Fairmount Cemetery. Mr. Wambaugh was born in Bedford, Pa., on Feb. 28, 1929. He married Marian Moore, 1969. He served in the Army during World War II. He owned and operated the U.S. Motel for 25 years. He was a member of the American Society of Innkeepers. Survivors include sisters E. Jean of Arvada and Dorothy Sutton of Denver. 

WILLIAM HARRY WANGENSTEEN, 31, of Westminster died Sept. 20 in Denver. Services will be Thursday, Sept. 30, in Charlottesville, Va. Mr. Wangensteen was born in Charlottesville, Va., on June 14, 1968. He was an executive chef for Ranches Country Club. He was a member of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Survivors include his mother Lois of Virginia; father Stephen and stepmother "Squeaky," both of South Carolina; brothers Philip and Stephen, both of Virginia; sister Christine Eklund of Arizona. 

THOMAS B. WILKINS, 79, of Aurora died Sept. 17. Services were Sept. 23, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. Wilkins was born in Pittsburgh on July 22, 1920. He married Carrie Wilkins, 1973. He was an attorney. Survivors include his wife; daughter Lillian Black of Missouri; a granddaughter. 

JAMES WILLIAM YOUNG, 73, of Littleton died Sept. 20 in Wheat Ridge. Services were private. Mr. Young was born in Denver on July 6, 1926. He married Verna Hopman Young, 1952. He served in the Marines during the Guam and China conflicts. He was a manager for Mountain Bell for more than 35 years. He was a Mason and a member of the Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife; daughter Anne Hoy of Littleton and Mary Pederson of Minnesota; five grandchildren.

CHUCK ALBERS, 48, of Longmont died Sept. 20. Services will be at 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, at Westview Presbyterian Church. Mr. Albers was born in Evanston, Ill., on Oct. 4, 1950. He married Ellie Mascolo, 1974. He was a music teacher. He was a member of the National Dalcroze Society, the Suzuki Association of America and Westview Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife; son David of Longmont; daughters Laura, Julie and Rebecca, all of Longmont; father Hugh of Estes Park; sisters Lorraine Green of Lafayette and Gail of Estes Park. 

EMIL BERUBE, 90, of Thornton died Sept. 10. Services were Sept. 16, with burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr. Berube was born in Soldier Pond, Maine, on Jan. 25, 1909. He married Ellen Cronin, 1935. He served in the Air Force. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. Survivors include his daughters Elaine Myers of Thornton and Carol Lee of North Carolina; sisters Regina Collins and Marie Gallant, both of New York; brother Harmidas of Canada; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. 

CLARESE BOSWELL, 54, of Denver died Sept. 21. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, at the North High School auditorium. Mrs. Boswell was born in Denver on July 4, 1945. She was employed by the Denver Public Schools. Survivors include her daughter Shelley Boswell of Denver; parents Mr. and Mrs. Haymond Foreman, both of Denver; sister Barbara Ford of Hawaii; brother Haymond Foreman of Denver. 

MARION J. BRADLEY, 86, of Aurora died Sept. 22 in Denver. Services will be at noon Monday, Sept. 27, at Crown Hill Mortuary. Mrs. Bradley was born in Kansas City, Mo., on March 18, 1913. She married Edward Bradley, 1936. She was a member of Living Springs Circle and Homestead Grange. Survivors include her daughters Dolores White of Aurora, Barbara Cooper of Lakewood, Diana Curran of Parker and Elizabeth Martin of Hudson; sister Myrtle Dexter of Edgewater; nine grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. 

WILLIAM ''BILLY'' H. BRYANT, 57, of Lakewood died Aug. 20. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, at Crown Hill. Mr. Bryant was born in Denver on Jan. 14, 1942. He was retired. He was a member of Operating Engineers. Survivors include his daughter Jill Hansen of Granby; son Darrell of Granby; five grandchildren. 

DONALD G. COLTER, 63, of Arvada died Sept. 22. Services will be held at a later date. Mr. Colter was born in Everton, Ind., on July 13, 1936. He was a coach and teacher. Survivors include son Matt of Boulder; sister Wilma Offutt of Indiana; brothers Jim of Indiana and Chet of Montana. 

DOUGLAS NORMAN DAVENPORT, 71, of Denver died Sept. 18. Mr. Davenport was born in Springfield, Ill., on June 24, 1928. He was a plumber. He was a member of Ports of Calls Singles. Survivors include sons Dave of Nebraska and Norm of Denver; daughters Denice of Oregon, Dawn Kirklin of Nebraska and Ronnie of Illinois; sister Nancy Diekman in Oregon; brother Jim of Illinois; seven grandchildren; a great-grandchild. 

SILVERIA S. ''SILVIE'' DENNY, 51, of Denver died Sept. 20 in Castle Rock. Services were Sept. 23, at Faith Community Church. Mrs. Denny was born in Harlingen, Texas, on June 28, 1948. She married Christopher Denny, 1974. She worked in several Denver accounting firms and was a property manager before retiring. Survivors include her husband; son Nathan; daughter Vanessa; brother Sotero Solis of Texas. 

ROBERT EDWARD EWING, 44, of Scottsdale, Ariz., formerly of Denver, died Sept. 4. Services were Sept. 10, at A.L. Moore Grimshaw Sunnyslope Chapel in Phoenix. Mr. Ewing was born in Denver on Aug. 25, 1955. He was an aeronautical engineer consultant for McDonnell Douglas, Martin Marietta, Rockwell, Motorola and Raytheon. Survivors include his parents David of Texas and Caroline of South Carolina; sisters Anne Lang of Calgary, Alberta, and Leslie Tompkin of South Carolina; companions Stevie Ray, Kramer and Marlie. 

H. PRICE HARGROVE, 76, of Littleton died Sept. 22 in Denver. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St. Mr. Hargrove was born in Hoehne on May 30, 1923. He married Audrey Elizabeth Bryant, 1972. He was a highway construction superintendent. He was a member of the Elks Club and Littleton Mended Hearts. Survivors include brother Houston of Loveland; sisters Evelyn Gresham of Montrose and Aileen Pascoe of Denver. 

AGNES LUCILLE HEINEY, 84, of Denver died Sept. 15. Services were Sept. 20. Miss Heiney was born in St. Joseph, Mo., on March 7, 1915. She was a retired Denver Public Schools teacher. She was a member of Notre Dame parish in Denver and the Denver Teachers Club. Survivors include sisters Marie and Helen Eulberg, both of Denver, Pauline Gullett of California, Angelica of Kansas and Frances Lavely of Minnesota; brothers Joseph of Pueblo, William of Loveland and John of Aurora. 

OMER G. HENSEN, 81, of Denver died Sept. 8. Services were Sept. 11, with burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Hensen was born in Lismore, Minn., on Dec. 30, 1917. He married Elsie Klein, 1943. He served in the Army during World War II. He was employed at International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 68 in Denver and retired in 1981. He was a member of IBEW 68. Survivors include his sons Jerry and Jim, both of Denver; daughter Jane Poole of Highlands Ranch. 

MARY ELIZABETH KARNS, 82, of Evergreen died Aug. 7. A memorial service will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 1 at Lookout Mountain Community Church. Mrs. Karns was born in Bethel, Kan., on June 18, 1917. She married Ed Karns, 1943. She was an artist. She was a member of Lookout Mountain Community Church. Survivors include her sons Thomas Nash of Georgia, Ed and Daniel, both of Arvada; sister Margaret of Missouri. 

JUDITH LEE KREUTZER, 32, of Commerce City died Sept. 17 in Denver. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 30, at Our Lady Mother of the Church. Ms. Kreutzer was born in Denver on Jan. 19, 1967. She was a data control assistant for TIAA-CREFF. Survivors include daughter Brandi Trujillo of Commerce City; parents Cletus and Deanna, both of Commerce City; brothers Mark of Thornton and Joseph of Westminster; sister Dayna of Commerce City; companion Randy Trujillo of Commerce City. 

BETTY JANE LESLIE, 76, of Westminster died Sept. 22 in Denver. Services will be at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 28, at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mrs. Leslie was born in Point Marion, Pa., on July 2, 1923. She married Alfred Leslie. Survivors include her sons Steve and Timothy, both of Westminster; a sister; three grandchildren. 

IDA F. MARQUEZ, 60, of Littleton died Sept. 15 in Denver. Services were Sept. 22, with burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Marquez was born in Center on Dec. 13, 1938. She married Melvin Marquez, 1961. She was an accounts payable programmer for a sporting goods retail store. Survivors include her husband; daughters Karen and Viann Johnson; son Kenneth; sisters Josie Mellotes, Hope Garcia and Rose Baca; brothers Gilbert Suazo and Sal Suazo; eight grandchildren. 

JAKOB ''JACK'' CHRISTENSEN NORGAARD, 92, of Elizabeth died Sept. 22. Services will be at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, at Parker Funeral Home, 10325 Parkglenn Way. Mr. Norgaard was born in Denmark on Jan. 10, 1907. He was a carpenter for Freund Co. and he was a ranch hand. Survivors include his friends Joe and Judy Freund, Joey and Colleen Freund, Pat and Terri Kelley, all of Elizabeth. 

CHESTER V. PIERCE, 90, of Aurora died Sept. 20 in Littleton. Services were Sept. 24, with burial at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Mr. Pierce was born in Jamesport, Mo., on Dec. 23, 1908. He married Cleona Witt, 1927. He retired from the ColoraHighway Department. He was a member of the Southeast Church of Christ in Aurora. Survivors include son Jerry of Aurora; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. 

STEVEN D. SCHOFIELD, 54, of Golden died Sept. 20. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, at Foothills Chapel, 1950 Ford St. Mr. Schofield was born in Lafayette on Jan. 24, 1945. He married Patricia Jane Rugger, 1973. He was a retired maintainance worker for Jefferson County. Survivors include his wife; sons Randy Wilhelm and Brian; daughters Rayna Thomas, Rena Horn and Clea Steerman; brother Clifford of Longmont; 10 grandchildren. 

FANNIE L. SEARLE, 83, of Arvada died Sept. 21. Mrs. Searle was born in Hopkinsville, Ky., on Jan. 7, 1916. She married Charles Searle, 1936. She was a schoolteacher. She was a member of Northern Star. Survivors include her son Denny; sister Velma Unger; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. 

JOHN SCOTT STEVENS, 47, of Englewood died Sept. 22 in Denver. Services will be at 10 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, at Fairmount Cemetery. Mr. Stevens was born in Denver on Feb. 14, 1952. He served in the Air Force. Survivors include his mother Colleen of Westminster; sisters Angie Manning of Collbran and Suzanne of Westminster. 

LISA E. STEVENS, 32, of Lakewood died Sept. 19 in Denver. Mrs. Stevens was born in Denver on Sept. 20, 1966. She was a courier. Survivors include her son Steven Smith of Wisconsin; parents Robert and Janet, both of Denver; sisters Cherryl Laux of Lakewood and Lynn Seibel of Denver; brother Robert Lindsay of Littleton. 

MARJORIE A. TURSICK, 67, of Denver died Sept. 7. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 1, at the Risen Christ Catholic Parish, 3060 S. Monaco Parkway. Mrs. Tursick was born in Calhan on Oct. 1, 1931. She married Paul Tursick, 1949. Survivors include her husband; sons Mark and David, both of Denver, Timothy of Arizona; brother Ed Palko of California; sisters Bernice Schumann, Patricia Polasik and JoAnn Marks, all of California; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.


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