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|ALLEN, WAYNE||Douglas Co. News Press, Jan. 1, 2004
A memorial service was held Dec. 29, 2003, in Ashland, Wisconsin, for Wayne E. Allen of Ashland, WI., who died Dec. 23, 2003, at his home. He was 77.
There was a cremation.
Born July 9, 1926, in Waterford, Wis., he was the son of Wm. And Clara(Derwaechter) Allen. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII.
He married Patricia Neff Aug. 12, 1950, in Ashland, and the couple made their home in Waterford, WI.
In 1965 , the family moved to Castle Rock, where they lived until Mr. Allen retired in 1988. After retirement, he and his wife spent their summers traveling and wintered in Hondo, Texas. They moved to Ashland, WI. In 2002.
Mr. Allen was a member of the Benevolent and Paternal Order of Elks Lodge, #1650 in Littleton for 26 years. He enjoyed playing golf and was a lifelong camper.
He is survived by his wife of Ashland WI, and children Linda Haley and her husband Bernie, of Greeley, Jill Engelmann and her husband, Randy of Iron River, WI., Marshall Allen and his wife, Anita of Castle Rock, and Connie Tines and her husband Robert, of Parker, grandchildren Jane, Megan, Jessica, Jennifer, Katie, Cari, Alyssa, Alayna, Travis, Callie; five great-grand children; sisters Betty Chajacki and her husband, Charles, of Medford, WI., Shirley Long and her husband, Harry of Rock Hill, S.C.; brothers Donald Allen and his wife June of Missoula, Mont. And James Allen and his wife, Pat, of Waterford, WI.; and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a brother, William, nephews Donald Allen Jr. and thos. Long.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Regional Hospice, c/o Frost funeral Home, 610 Ellis St., Ashland, WI. 54806
|AMICK, ROSCOE A||Castle Rock Daily Star/ 10-4-2003
Roscoe A. Amick, 80, USMC Veteran of Tarawa, Guam, Saipan, Iwo Jima, and long time Douglas County resident, formerly of Jackson Creek Rd. frokm 1969-2000, died Mon. at his home in Castle Rock, CO.
Amick was born Jan. 25, 1923, in Denver, the son of Roscoe and Clara R. (Lindy) Amick. Mick, as he was known to his friends and family, married Mary Margaret Bradley, on Feb. 15, 1946, in Denver. Mick worked as a carpenter during the 1940's and 1950's for Martin Marietta in 1960's and was a Douglas County homebuilder in 1980-90's.
Me. Amick is preceded in death by his brother John. He is survived by his wife, Margaret; two sons David and his wife Marsha of Castle Rock, and Jas. Amick; and sister Margaret Forster of Denver; five grandchildren, and four great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowes the family suggests donations to the Natl. Multiple Sclerosis Soc. Co., 700 Broadway, Suite 808, Denver, 80203.
Memorial services are Friday at Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary, 6601 So. Colorado Blvd., Littleton. Cremation was held. To leave a tribute visit www.mem.com.
|AMMONS, MARGARET CAROLINE||December 27, 1893
Died - At Denver, Colorado, on Christmas day, after a long and painful illness with cancer, Mrs. Margaret Caroline Ammons. Notwithstanding her long illness her death was unexpected at this time. Mrs. Ammons was the wife of Rev. J. R. Ammons now living near Gillespie and the mother of Hon. E. M. Ammons. She also leaves four daughters, Mrs. A. F. Polhamus lives with her family at Sugar Creek, two are teachers in the Denver schools, and the youngest is attending the Denver High School.
Mrs. Ammons was a lady of unusual ability and perseverance and to her is due much of the success that has come in an eminent degree to her children.
|ANDERSON, ALICE V.||Douglas Co. News
Services were Wed. at Andrews Funeral Home in Castle Rock, CO. for Alice V. Anderson, formerly of Franktown. Burial in Elizabeth, CO. Cemetery.
Mrs. Anderson, 72, died May 25(1934) at the Sable Nursing Home in Aurora, CO. where she had lived for several years.
She was born (Alice V. Dietrich)April 13, 1906, on a ranch in Douglas Co., CO. and attended Gold Dale School in Douglas Co. She and Harold R. Anderson were married in (Mar. 7, 1934), Elbert, Co, CO. and ranched near Franktown. (Harold)Anderson died in 1970.
Survivors include two sons, Donald L. Anderson, Richland, Wa. And Robt. A. Anderson, Franktown, CO.; a sister, Lillie Barnes, Portland, Ore., and three grandchildren.
|ANDERSON, IDA M.||June 22, 1887
Died - Last Wednesday morning, Ida M., wife of Andrew Anderson, of Douglas. Mrs. Anderson was slowly recovering from her sickness after the birth of her babe when she was taken with pneumonia from which she suddenly died on the 15th last. She leaves a husband and three little boys to mourn the sad loss of a devoted wife and mother.
|BARBACHANO, ULYSSES "LYSS"||Castle Rock Daily Star, Oct. 3, 2003
Ulysses "Lyss" Barcachano died in Littleton on Wed.
He was preceded in death by brother Lubin in 1982 and his loving wife of 59 years, Gerry, in 2001
Lyss was born in San Diego to Ruben and Josefina Barachano. He was active in basketball, football, and track throughout high school and college.
He attended UC Berkeley and played on the Bears team. Lyss received his architectural license and professional and civic careers in El Cerrito where he established his independent practice.
His architectural firm designed many homes, schools and professional buildings in El Cerrito. The first thing he designed was the beautiful Russian Orthodox Catholic Church in San Francisco.
Lyss enjoyed intense civic involvement, serving twice as the Pres. Of the El Cerrito Chamber of Commerce. He was an avid long standing member of the El Cerrito Lions Club, serving several terms as president, devoted many hours to it's programs for helping needy citizens in the community.
Lyss loved to sing. He participated in the St. John's Catholic Church Choir and was a long-standing member of the Chanters singing organization. Lyss will be fondly remembered and deeply missed by his three children; Joaquin Barbachano of Alaska; Adela Oldford, of Clayton, CA.; Marquita Pattur, of Castle Rock; and spourses, 11 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, brother Flam Barbachano, half-brother Ruberto Barbachano, and half-sister Maria Berniece Barbachano.
A celebration of Lyss' life has been planned in El Cerroto, the place he called home and loved so dearly. St. Jerome's Catholic Church in March 2004.
Parker Funeral Home, Inc. in Parker handled the cremation.
|BEAN, MRS. MARY C.||February 6, 1895
Died - Thursday, January 31, of congestion of the lungs, Mrs. Mary C. Bean, aged 88 years. The remains were interred in the Littleton cemetery. Mrs. Bean was the mother of Commissioner R. P. Bean and R. W. Bean.
|BEAN, MRS. MARY C.||FEBRUARY 13, 1895
Card of Thanks - We wish to express our most sincere thanks to all the kind friends who assisted us during the illness and departure of our dear mother. R. P. Bean, R. W. Bean.
Obituary - Mrs. Mary C. Bean, widow of John M. Bean deceased, died Jan. 30th at her son's (R. P. Bean) home near Acequia, of la grippe and enfeebled old age. Mrs. Bean was born in Gilead, Me., April 23, 1807, was the daughter of John Mason, Esq., one of the early settlers in Gilead, and settled on a farm adjoining the home place soon after her marriage with John M. Bean in 1829, where she resided until she came west with her son. R. W. Bean, where she has ever since found a happy home with her two sons and their families. She was the mother of eight children, five of whom survive her; the oldest, Alphonso F. Bean, of Pekin, Iowa, John M. Bean, of Greenfield, Iowa, R. P. and R. W. Bean, of the county, and a daughter, Alfreda, the wife of Alverton Farwell, of West Bethel, Maine. She was the tenth child of a family of thirteen, only one of which survive her, viz: Moses Mason, aged 80, living on the old homestead place in Gilead.
During her long life she was the friend of all and many outside of her family and circle of friends will miss her kind words and gentle face.
The funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 1st, at her late home attended by her relatives and a large number of friends, Rev. Hicks of the Presbyterian church of Littleton officiating, after which she was laid to rest in the cemetery at Littleton beside those who had gone before and awaited her coming.
'We miss thee from our home, dear mother,
We miss thee from thy place,
As shadow o'er our life is cast,
We miss the sunshine of thy face.'
||FAA Flight Inspector
Rocky Mtn. News Jan. 25, 04
George Beckwith, 84, of Aurora, CO died Jan. 21, 2004 in Denver. George was born May 29, 1919 in Altadena, CA. He joined the military in 1939 and served as crew chief on the B-25 bombers, before his transfer for pilot training. He served as Military Transport Pilot in WWII, flying the treacherous China-Burman-India Theater. George retired from the military as a Lt. Colonel in 1960. He then began his career in the FAA as an Air Carrier Flight Inspector, retiring in 1980. George was an avid outdoorsman enjoying hunting, camping and fishing. He played tennis, golf, cards and liked all sports.
George is survived by his wife, Peggy; brother, Martel Geibel; three sons, John, George(Laura Ann), and Steve(Susan); five grandchildren, Brian, Dustin, Janelle, George Ryan, and Eliza. Memorial Service, Monday 1P.M., Drinkwine Family Mortuary. Graveside Military Service, Tues. 1P.M., Ft. Logan Natl. Cemetery, staging area B.
|BENNETT, MRS. JAMES||November 14, 1894
Died - Near Sedalia, Mrs. Bennett, wife of James Bennett.
Funeral services were held at St. Phillips church Monday.
|BERRYMAN, EVERETT||Sat. Mar. 26th Everett infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Berryman, aged one year. (1892)|
|BONNETT, MORRETTA||January 23, 1889
At Monument, Jan 11, Mrs. Morretta Bonnett, wife of Dr.. W. M. Bonnett, aged 37 years.
|BOWMAN, LYDIA EMMA||Castle Rock Record Journal, Jun. 1, 1923
Lydia Emma Bowman was born in Manchester, MA. Jan. 23, 1849. At an early age she moved with her parents to Hallowell, MA. There she received her education and grew to womanhood. On Dec. 24, 18??, she was united in Marriage to Charles Abner Lowell. In 1872 they came to Douglas Co., locating in Sedalia. After the death of her husband there in 1896, Mrs. Lowell made her home with her daughter in Denver.
She came to Castle Rock a short time ago to visit her children and to witness the graduation of one of her grand-daughters. While there she was taken suddenly
ill at the house of her daughter, Mrs. B.W. Lewis. Although loving hands did everything that was possible, she passed from this life on May 22nd(1923) , after an illness of three days.
She leaves to mourn her loss six children; Mary A. Manhart, Anna L. Lewis, Charles H. Lowell, Henry L. Lowell, Ernest E. Lowell, Bertha Bauer; nineteen grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren, and two brothers, Farrington and Henry Bowman of Hallowell, MA.(buried at Bear Canon Cem.)
|BRACKETT, MINNIE||August 15, 1894
Died - In Denver, Tuesday, August 7th, of typhoid fever, Minnie Brackett, aged 25 years, eight months and six days.
Deceased was a native of Douglas county and had lived here all her life until the past few months. Having decided to make the occupation of trained nurse her life business she went to Denver with that in view, but alas, how soon the end came, and loving, life long friends were called to mourn. We have known her as a child, a student, a teacher, a friend. She was always earnest, faithful, true. The remains were brought to Franktown for interment and followed to their last resting place by a long line of teams conveying the friends of the deceased. Rev. Sisson of Castle Rock conducted the funeral services.
|BRANDON, LAWRENCE "PETE"||Rocky Mtn. News
Lawrence R. "Pete" Brandon, 68, of Parker, CO, died Aug. 27, 2003 at the Sunset Manor Nursing Home in Brush, Co. He was born Jan. 18, 1935 in Brush, Co. to Jos. and Augusta(Wehner)Brandon. Pete was raised in Akron, CO and graduated from the U. of Denver where he played football and baseball. He taught high school and coached football and baseball in Walsenburg, Rocky Ford, and Brush, CO. He is survived by his wife, Nancy of Parker, CO; sons Tom and Joe Brandon of Huston, TX and Matt Brandon of Denver, CO. He married Nancy Annis on Aug. 19, 1956, in Denver, CO. Pete served as a special agent in the FBI and worked in Corporate security for Texaco, Inc.. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church, USA, Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI and was a hereditary member of the Order of Dedalians.
He is survived by his wife Nancy of Parker, CO., sons Tom and Joe Brandon, of Huston, TX and Matt Brandon, of Denver, CO. and daughter Ellen Petrucci, both of Kemah, TX and sister, Ann Babcock of Marietta, Geo. Freiends who wish may make a memorial gifts to the chairity of their choice or the Rocky Mtn. Alzheimer's Assn. Inurnment will be in the Brush Memorial Cem. In Brush, CO., on Fri. Sept. 12, at 1pm. Memorial Services at the Parker Funeral Home in Parker, CO., ON Sat. Sept. 13, at 11am Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to the Heer Mortuary & Crematory of Brush, CO.
|BRAZIL, C.C.||April 11, 1894
Died - At Craig, Routt county, Colorado, of pneumonia, C. C. Brazil. Mr. Brazil formerly lived in Douglas county and his many friends here will sincerely mourn his death.
|BRONSON, LESTER||January 7, 1885
Last week Coroner Johnson was again called to hold an inquest on the body of Lester Bronson, who died very suddenly at the residence of Levi Wright in the northern part of the county. The deceased was an old man of perhaps sixty years of age. He had made his headquarters at Mr. Wright's for several years, but had been absent for some months. When he returned home last week he took passage from Denver in a tight, warm car. On arriving at the place where he left the cars he was obliged to walk some distance in the severe cold, and when arriving at Mr. Wright's house he complained of being afflicted in a manner never before experience, and in a short time he breathed his last. The sudden demise of Mr. Bronson had a startling effect upon the inmate of the house, and the coroner was sent for. When the coroner arrived the body had been carefully interred near Mr. Wright's house. The first thing that struck Mr. Wright and others persent was death by small pox, hence the hasty interment. Dr. Johnson, coroner, says it is his belief that the conviction of Mr. Wright was correct and that the best means for preventing the spread of the contagion was employed by immediate burial. As the matter stands Mr. Wright is the only person who has been exposed to the disease, and every precaution will be taken to ascertain in time whether it has fastened its grasp upon him so that further spread of the disease is not probable.
|BROWN, LELAND NORVELL||Douglas County News-Press Wednesday, June 6, 2001 Page 9A
Leland Norvell Brown
Graveside services were Tuesday in Larkspur of Leland Norvell Brown of Lusk, Wyo. Who died June 2 at his home. He was 86.
Born Sept. 13, 1914, in El Paso County, he was the son of Frank and Olivia (Norvell) Brown.
He married Sally West March 9, 1935 in Raton, N.M.
Mr. Brown worked as a heavy equipment operator, and in 1951, the family moved to the Black Forest area, where they ranched. Mr. Brown and his wife moved to Lusk in 1998 to be closer to family.
He was a member of the Al Kaly Shrine Masonic Lodge No. 153 of Castle Rock, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, No. 143 and a 59-year member of the heavy equipment operators union.
Mr. Brown is survived by his son, Ronald, of Lance Creek, Wyo.; daughter Arline Paulin and her husband, Chuck, of Bliss, Idaho; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife and a brother.
Memorial contributions can be made in his name to the Niobrara County 4-H Council, P.O. Box 210, Lusk, WY 82225.
Arrangements were made by the Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Funeral Home of Castle Rock and the Cicmenec-P??er Funeral Home of Lusk.
|BUDD, CLARENCE||October 27, 1886
A Shocking Affair
Probably the most shocking spectacle ever presented to the people of Granit, and one which can never be forgotten by those who witnessed it was the beheading of Clarence, the son of Captain Joshua Budd, the Rio Grande agent at that station. For some time past the young man who is the last of seven blessings bestowed upon the grief-stricken couple, has been employed in the office assisting his venerable sire. His ready willingness to aid all of the attaches had made him very popular and his vacation from an eastern school, which he was attending, always found him in the height of spirits and good humor. Yesterday he was assisting the brakeman Iin switching some cars on a side track and in attempting to swing himself across the track was caught in the wheels and decapitated - his head rolling some ten feet or more away from the track, while his body was literally reduced to mince-meat. A shriek from the spectators brought a heartrending wail from the father, who had that moment stepped from the station door, to find his son, from whom he had separated but a moment, cut in fragments. The bystanders grasped a door that was lying on the platform, upon which the remaining flesh and bone was laid and removed to the office that a few moments before had rung with the merry langhture(sp?) of the unfortunate young man. The captain in the absence of his wife was left to bear the terrible burden alone, save that sympathy which went forth from the community, every member of which bowed in tears before the awful calamity. Mr. Harry H. Thompkins who witnessed the awful affair, says it was the most sickening spectacle he had ever viewed, and furnished the reporter with the foregoing particulars. Mayor George Cook of this city, served under Captain Budd during the war, and was deeply affected by the awful news. He says that a few years ago the family sustained another terrible shock in the loss of a charming and accomplished daughter, who was snatched from beauteous womanhood by a rattlesnake bite. The little town of Granite is now in unfathomable gloom, while all who know the family in this city join in tendering them heartfelt sympathy. - Herald Democrat.
|BUSBY, GLADYS M. OETZEL||Douglas County News-Press August 31, 2001
GLADYS M. OETZEL BUSBY, 74, of Lakewood died Aug. 16. Services were Aug. 20, with entombment at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Busby was born in Denver on July 30, 1927. She married Raymond Busby, 1947. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband; daughters Connie McLain of Black Hawk, Carla of Lakewood; son Randy of Northglenn; sisters Maude Kelty of Franktown, Ruth Flanary of Utah; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
|BUSBY, GLADYS M. OETZEL||Denver Post September 20, 2001
Gladys M. Oetzel Busby
Gladys M. Oetzel Busby, 74, of Lakewood, a homemaker, died Aug. 16. Services were Aug. 30 at Crown Hill Mortuary. Interment was in Crown Hill Cemetery.
She was born July 30, 1927, in Denver. On March 16, 1947, she married Raymond Busby in Denver. Her interests included knitting, golf and tennis.
She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Connie McClain, Black Hawk and Caria, Lakewood; a son, Randy, Northglenn; two sisters, Maude Kelty, Franktown and Ruth Flanary, Sun West Valley, Utah, 10 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 1280 S. Parker Road, Denver, CO 80231.
|CALL, CATHIE||Castle Rock Daily Star Nov. 16, 2003
Cathie Call, 56, of Castle Rock, died Sun. at Porter Hospital in Denver. Mass of Christian burial is scheduled for 10 am on Thurs. Dec. 18, at Pax Christi Catholic Church at 5761 E. McArthur Ranch, in Littleton.
|CAMPBELL, DAUGHTER||March 28, 1894
Sedalia Siftings - Mr. and Mrs. T. Campbell met with the loss of their little daughter, only three weeks old, on the 25th.
|CANTRIL, CLARA QUICK||March 30, 1887
Death of Mrs. Cantril - Clara Quick Cantril, daughter of Benjamin and Mary E. Quick, was born August 11th, 1856 in Johnston county, Mo and was married in Douglas county, Colo., to John R. Cantril, May 1st, 1872, and died March 25, 1887.
She went to bed Thursday evening feeling as well as usual and slept naturally till about 8 o'clock in the morning when she awoke suffering great pain from inflamation of the womb, and from that time till she died at 1 o'clock p.m. she suffered most intensly. Mr. Cantril 's loss is irreparable for she was in every way a helpmate to him. Her two daughters whose ages are respectively thirteen and eight years, are just at that period in life when a mother's kindly counsels and help can not well be supplied by any other hand. They have lost their mother, what can be more sad? The father, mother and sister of the departed one are in deepest mourning, her father especially, whose life seemed to be blended with hers, like Jacob of old, can not be comforted. The entire neighborhood was in attendance at the funeral services, which were conducted at her late home at 2 o'clock p.m. Saturday.
The funeral sermon was preached at 11 o'clock Sunday, at the school house, to a full house of sympathizing friends, by Rev. B.F. Todd, from James 4th, 14. Let us hope that their loss is her eternal gain.
|CARVER, MRS. KATE C.||December 27, 1893
Died - At her home in Castle Rock, Monday, December 25th at about 6 o'clock P.M., Mrs. Kate C. Carver, wife of W. E. Carver, aged 31 years.
Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Harris at the church this afternoon at 1 o'clock and the remains laid to rest in the Castle Rock cemetery.
Deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Thompson of this town and was widely known, having spent nearly her whole life in Douglas county. Her death has cast a gloom over the whole community. She leaves five little children, one girl and four boys, to struggle with the world without a mothers care. The grief stricken husband, parents, brothers, sisters and other friends have the sympathy of their whole circle of acquaintances.
|CHRISTENSEN(LOWELL) BARBARA JEAN
||Rocky Mtn. News, Jan. 25, 2004
Barbara Jean Christensen of Littleton. Visitation, Thursday 3-8 pm at Drinkwine Family Mortuary. Funeral services, Fri. 11a.m., St Philip in the Field Episcopal Church, Sedalia, CO. Memorials to Bear Canon Cemetery c/0 Judy Folga, 369 Meadow Lane, Ridgeway, CO 81432 or St. Philip in the Field Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 142 Sedalia CO. 80135
|CHRISTENSEN, MARY I.||Douglas County New-Press March 14, 2001
Mary I. Christensen
Mary I. Christensen, 87, of Littleton died March 5 in Castle Rock.
Memorial services are at 10:30 a.m., today, at St. Phillip in the Field Episcopal Church, Sedalia. There was cremation.
|CLARK, DAUGHTER||August 1, 1894
Died - Of cholera infantum, Thursday, July 26, near Sedalia, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark. Burial services Saturday. The remains were laid to rest in the Castle Rock cemetery. (POSSIBLY HELEN CLARK BURIED IN CEDAR HILL CEMETERY CASTLE ROCK 1894-1894)
|CLARK, SUSAN||February 21, 1894
Died - Near Hill Top, February 18, Mrs. Susan Clark, wife of G. W. Clark, aged 46 years.
|CLINE, CURT||Douglas County News Jan. 22, 2003
A private Funeral services is planned for Curt David Cline of Franktown, who died Jan. 14 from injuries he received in an automobile accident in Park Co.(CO) He was 28.
Private interment will be at Franktown Cemetery.
Born Mar. 4, 1975, in Englewood, he was the son of Michael John and Donna Jean(Mahr)Cline.
He worked with his brother, Chad, at Cline Utility Cons. Inc. He enjoyed his profession, and like to rebuild trucks and cars.
Mr. Cline is survived by children Curt David Cline and Samatha Nicole Cline; his father and his wife, Judy of Franktown; his mother and her husband, Robt. Hartman, of Franktown; brother Chad and his wife, Rachelle, of Castle Rock CO; nephew Steven Michael Cline; Grandparents Vi and Clair Mahr of Franktown; aunts Linda Zoetewey and her husband, George, Deanne Brady and her husband, Dennis, Bonnie Cline and Sybil Jaquith; and uncles Glen Mahr, Conrad Mahr and David Cline.
Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson funeral Home of Castle Rock made arrangements.
Douglas Co. News Press, Jan 22-2004
A private funeral service is planned for Curt David Cline of Franktown, who died Jan. 14(2004) from injuries he received in an automobile accident in Park County, CO. He was 28.
Private interment will be at Franktown Cemetery.
Born March 4, 1975, in Englewood, he was the son of Michael John, and Donna Jean (Mahr)Cline.
He worked with his brother, Chad, at Cline Utility Construction Inc. He enjoyed his profession, and like to rebuild trucks and cars.
Mr. Cline is survived by children Curt David Cline, and Samantha Nicole Cline, his father and his wife, Judy, of Franktown; his mother and her husband, Robert Hartman of Franktown; brother Chad and his wife, Rachelle, of Castle Rock; nephew Steven Michael Cline; grandparents Vi and Clair Mahr of Franktown; aunts Linda Zoetewey and her husband, George, Deanne Brady and her husband, Dennis Bonnie Cline and Sybil Jaquith; and uncles Glen Mahr, Conrad Mahr and David Cline.
Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson funeral Home of Castle Rock made arrangements.
www.mem.com, RMN, Jan. 17,2004 Castle Rock Daily Star
Curt D. Cline, 28, of Franktown, CO., died Wed. Jank. 14, 2004 from injuries he received in an auto accident in Park County, Co.
Private Funeral services are scheduled at Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Funeral home, Castle Rock, CO.
Curt David Cline was born Mar. 4, 1975 in Englewood, CO. the son of Michael John and Donna Jean(Mahr)Cline. Curt worked with his brother, Chad for Cline Utility Const. Inc. Curt loved to rebuild trucks and cars and enjoyed his work.
Curt is survived by two children, Curt David Cline Jr. and Smantha Nicole, and his wife, and Judy of Franktown, CO, his mother, Donna Hartman, and her husband Robert, Jr. also of Franktown, one brother, Chad Michael Cline and his wife Rachelle of Castle Rock, CO, and Clair Mahr of Franktown, CO, aunts, Linda Zoetewey and her husband George, Deanne brady and her husband Dennis, Bonnie Cline and Sybil Jaquith, uncles, Glen Mahr, Conrad Mahr and David Cline.
Arrangements entrusted to the car of Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Funeral Home, Castle Rock
|COFFMAN, RUPERT MILTON||December 22, 1894
Died - Sept. 15 at Roseburg, Oregon, Rupert Milton; aged 11 mos. Also, Dorothy Mysie, age 3 years, only children of Dr. F. R. and Helen M. Coffman.
|CORT, MAGGIE||January 23, 1889
At Elizabeth, Jan 15, of acute inflamation of the stomach, Madgie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cort.
|COYER, DAVID DEAN||Denver Post February 23, 2001
DR. DAVID DEAN COYER, 57, of Denver died Feb. 23. Services were Feb. 25, with interment (sic) at Fairmount Cemetery. Dr. Coyer was born in Denver on July 24, 1943. He married Sandra Coyer. He served in the Air Force and army. He was a diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Survivors include his wife; daughters Bonnie Nazari and Laura, both of California; parents Helen and Elmer of Denver; brother William of Illinois; sister Carolyn of Montrose.
|CUTLER, DIANCIE RAWSON||October 17, 1894
Died - In Pueblo, October 10, Diancie Rawson wife of E. H. Cutler, aged 48 years.
Mrs. Cutler was the only sister of Mrs. Anna V. Whittier. Mrs. W. is now the only surviving member of the family.