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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Posts Tagged ‘denver’

Obituary: Janice Mae Baumer

Obituary: Janice Mae Baumer

Janice Mae Baumer was born to Harry and Thersa Thurston in Hancock, Wisconsin, on January 11, 1934, the youngest of 7 children – but only by a few minutes to her twin sister Joyce.  Jan earned her degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, where she met Mary Ann Baumer who introduced Jan to her older brother Darrell (Beaner to his friends and family). They were married on August 11, 1956 and moved to Madison, Wis. where their first two sons, Jeff and Brian were ... Full Story

Rock Against the TPP

Rock Against the TPP

Free Concert SATURDAY: Musicians and celebrities kick-off nationwide concert tour protesting anti-democratic Trans-Pacific Partnership deal Tom Morello, Evangeline Lilly, Anti-Flag, Flobots, and more to perform at free concert in Denver launching multi-city roadshow to mobilize against dangerous “trade” deal  DENVER, CO––This Saturday, July 23, legendary guitarist Tom Morello (Prophets of Rage, Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave), popular punk band Anti-Flag, Golden Globe ... Full Story

Obituary: Sandra K Larson

Obituary: Sandra K Larson

Sandra K Larson, 71, of Berthoud, Colorado passed away at her home May 25, 2016. Sandy was born in Denver, Colorado to Elmer and Pauline Milberger. Sandy is survived by her husband Russell Larson and daughters Christine and husband Bryan Herrick, Catherine (Kiki) Larson and partner Liz Leask, and grandchildren Casey and husband Ben Kurre, Kandy Herrick and boyfriend Bruce Rowden, Katryna and husband Corban Hughes, Karmen and husband Barry Brush and great grandchildren Amelia Kurre; Kamryn, ... Full Story

Obituary: John W. Kinch

Obituary: John W. Kinch

John W. Kinch, 72, passed away March 29, 2016 at his home in Berthoud. He was born February 29, 1944 in Denver, to Harvey and Virginia (Gilliland) Kinch. John enlisted in the US Army on May 24, 1962 that began a distinguished 20 year career. He saw duty in Viet Nam among many duty stations. John was awarded the Bronze Star, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry w/Palm, Meritorious Serve Medal and Valorous Unit Award to name a few. He was honorably discharged to retirement with the rank of Chief ... Full Story

Obituary: Richard “Dick” Essig

Obituary: Richard “Dick” Essig

April 15, 1961 ~ October 7, 2015 Dick Essig, 54, of Berthoud, passed away October 7, 2015. Dick was born on April 15, 1961 in Denver, to Robert and Ethel (Sutherland) Essig. Dick graduated from East High School in Denver where was a member of the Boy Scouts and the All-State Band, playing the baritone. He graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Dick married Susan Kintzley on March 3, 1989. Dick was employed by Bestop, Inc. for 30 years, ... Full Story

FEMA Continues to Support Response to Colorado

FEMA Continues to Support Response to Colorado Flooding

  Residents Urged to Use Caution When Returning Home, Register for FEMA Assistance WASHINGTON – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) continues to support state and local response efforts to the flooding in Colorado through its National Watch Center in Washington and its Regional Coordination Response Center in Denver, Colo. FEMA urges residents to continue to listen carefully to instructions from their local officials and take recommended protective measures to safeguard life ... Full Story

Obituary: Sam Macdonald

Obituary: Sam Macdonald

  Frank Samuel Macdonald of Loveland, Colo. died Dec 5, 2012 at Pathways Hospice Care Center. He was born on Dec 24, 1924 in Valverde, a truck farming area west of the South Platte River in Denver, to Frank P. and Lois E. (Merman) Macdonald. Sam attended McKinley Grade School and Grant Jr. High and graduated from South High School in 1942. He was a member of the South Platte Park Pirates softball team. His first paying job was as a caddy at Denver Country Club, he went on to be a ... Full Story

Light Sport Aircraft Expo

Light Sport Aircraft Expo

The Rocky Mountain Light Sport Aircraft Expos is coming to Front Range Airport on Saturday & Sunday, May 19 & 20 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) are the hottest new category of aircraft. These sporty two-seaters aircraft are uncomplicated and easy to fly and require only a Sport Pilot license pilot rating to fly.  The Sport License requires fewer hours of instruction and the aircraft are less expensive to own or rent. Come to the Expo and find out if Sport Flying is ... Full Story

Avs Improve their Recipe

Avs Improve their Recipe

    Team chemistry is an enigma. Perhaps the biggest mystery in sports, it’s an elusive component to winning that every owner, general manager and head coach has been trying to decode for years. No one is quite sure what comprises the winning formula. All that is known is that it’s a delicate balance, one that requires a precise mix of personalities that will mesh into a functional unit. When it’s done right, it’s a beautiful thing, as players come together to form a sum ... Full Story

Obituary: Thomas McGovern

Obituary: Thomas McGovern

  Thomas McGovern, 48, of Berthoud passed away Saturday, December 24, 2011 at his home. He was born on July 19, 1963 in Denver, Colorado to Kevin and Darlene (Malmquist) McGovern. He graduated from Thornton High School in 1982. He lived in Florida before moving to Berthoud in 1998. Thomas had worked for Pouley Construction since 2004 and at Mastec North America prior to that. He loved the Lord and knew the Lord loved him. He was a loving son, brother, and uncle to his family. He enjoyed ... Full Story

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