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(Dow) Voth, Sandra Geneva  
Sandra Geneva (Dow) Voth died at Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker, CO on February 18, 2015. The daughter of Lonnie E. and Ila Ralstin Dow she was born November 7, 1941 in Guymon, OK. Sandra graduated from Guymon High school in 1959. She was married to Rellis Voth on November 2, 1959. They had a daughter Kris Ellen and a son Russell Ray. Sandra had worked for Time Warner and in accounting prior to her retirement. She was very active in Englewood United Methodist Church and taught Sunday School there. She so enjoyed the preschool children's class. She also was active in Kris's activities as Brownie Leader. She is survived by her husband Rellis, daughter Kris Ellen Voth-Handley of Parker and Russell Ray and wife Marion Voth of Parker. She is survived by the absolute loves of her life grandson Brandon and granddaughters Samantha and Natalie Voth. Surviving also is brother Bill Dow and wife Barbara of Guymon, OK and sister RaJeanna and husband John DeSpain of Goodwell, OK.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Feb. 26 to Mar. 25, 2015
Alles, Rickie  
Survived by his beloved wife Sherry Alles of 34 years. Also survived by Fred (His beloved dog) his sister Nancy Tenorio, nephew Raymond, niece Brenda and great niece Kayla. Rickie uncle George and cousin Leann of Nebraska. Rickie also had many of friends in the community. Rickie and Sherry was a fixture in Thornton's community by, riding their scooters pulling a wagon with an umbrella to shade the dog (Alf) in back. They did that for years while they were in good health. Services are February 19, 2015 at 10:30am at Holy Cross Catholic Church 9310 Wigham St. Thornton, Colorado. Burial will follow at Olinger Highland Cemetery 10201 Grant St.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Feb. 12 to Mar. 11, 2015
Anderson, Ernest W. "Ernie"  
Ernest "Ernie" W. Anderson passed away peacefully on January 5, 2015 at his home in Grand Junction, Colorado surrounded by his loving family. Ernie was born on September 15, 1921 to John W. and Gwendolyn Anderson in Golden, Colorado. He was the fourth of ten children and attended schools in Golden. Ernie answered the call of his country and served during WWII in General Patton's Third Army. Ernie was in four major campaigns in Europe during WWII, including D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, and received the Bronze Star in France in 1944. Ernie met Elaine Churches (daughter of Ralph J. and Vivian Churches) on the day he returned home from WWII. They were married in Denver in 1946. Ernie and Elaine started their life together in Golden where Ernie worked in construction for Coors Brewing Company and Elaine worked in the Coors Porcelain Plant. Ernie and Elaine moved to Steamboat Springs in 1959 as the new owners of the Ski-Vu Motel. In 1962, they purchased Steamboat Floral and Greenhouse. At that time, Ernie also started his general contracting business building custom homes, cabins and cabinetry, as well as remodeling. Ernie later hired Donnie Sandelin and they worked together for 20 years. After retiring from his business, Ernie became a familiar face as a shuttle bus driver for Steamboat Ski Corporation where he worked for 12 years. Ernie and Elaine permanently retired to Grand Junction in 1992. Ernie was a true Colorado native loving the outdoors, hunting, fishing and all that the Colorado mountains have to offer. Ernie and Elaine loved sports and were avid fans and supporters of the local junior high and high school athletic events. Ernie is survived by his wife of 69 years, Elaine; daughters Pam (Joel) McKeehen of Loma, and Janet (Scott) Hartwigsen of Fort Collins; two granddaughters, five great-grandchildren, and one great-greatgranddaughter. Ernie was a mentor to many, and will be remembered for his honesty, integrity, strength of character, love of life, firm hand shake, winning smile, infectious laugh and warm heart. At Ernie's request, there will be no services. A private remembrance will be held at a later date.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Jan. 22 to Feb. 21, 2015
Atkerson, Jr., William  
William Atkerson, Jr., 92, of Castle Rock, entered in to Heaven on Jan. 28, 2015. A Life Celebration for both William and Lilis Atkerson will be held Sat., Feb. 28, 2015, 2 PM, at Creekside Bible Church, 2180 S I-25, Castle Rock.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Feb. 5 to Mar. 4, 2015
Berkley Mays, Edgar "Ed"  
Ed passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family at Adventist Hospital on January 21, 2015 at the age of 89. Ed was born on March 26, 1925 in Wharton, Texas to Rachel Hall and Edgar Elmo Mays, Jr. He played football for and graduated from University of Oklahoma with a degree in petroleum engineering. He enjoyed a long and successful career in the oil industry with companies such as Energy Reserves Group and BHP and as a Rocky Mountain independent operator after retirement. He loved golfing, fishing, bird hunting and celebrating with his family and friends and exuberant dancing with his wife Nancy. Ed was dearly loved and will be sorely missed. Ed is survived by wife Nancy, daughters Karla and Rachael and son Troy. He is preceded in death by his eldest son Kevin and first wife Donna Beatrice.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Feb. 5 to Mar. 4, 2015
Bolejack, Lloyd  
Lloyd Bolejack, 85, passed peacefully at home in Colorado Springs on January 2, 2015 with his loving family by his side. He was born August 17, 1929 in Golden, CO, to Clarence Albert & Zena Pearl (Reed) Bolejack. Lloyd served in the Army in the Korean War while stationed in Japan. He was an appliance repairman for the Salvation Army and also owned his own business combined for over 50 years. He loved camping with his family, fishing, hunting, four wheeling and being outdoors. He liked country music, spending time with his family and traveling to places he'd never been before. He loved to go sight-seeing and watching the sunsets. He was a healthy and happy man and loved life and his family above all else. He is survived by his loving wife Linda Lou (Long) Bolejack, for over 58 years; son Steven "Steve" Edward & wife Cindy and son Brett Alan & wife, Sissy, daughter Terri Lynn Bolejack; and the grandkids Logan, Megan, Nickolas, Kaleb, Brody, Gabby and Ciara. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Albert Bolejack and Harold Bolejack, and a sister, Ethel (Bolejack) Moon. He was loved by all and will be greatly missed! Celebration of Life Reception at the Crystola Roadhouse at 20918 E Us Highway 24 in Woodland Park on Saturday February 7th at 5:00PM.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Feb. 5 to Mar. 4, 2015
Boliba, Barbara Jean  
Barbara Jean Boliba at age 71 entered eternal rest on January 14, 2015. Barbara will be greatly missed, she touched many people in an genuine, caring, compassionate and loving way. Her warm hugs and bright smile always made you feel better. She shared a special bond with angels and animals as well. She would bring home any stray that was hurt or needed help and nurse them back to health. As a child, she would hide the chickens her mother raised so they wouldn't turn into food. One famous chicken named Herkamer was lucky enough to escape the axe and became a pet who would follow her to the bus stop. While shopping with her mother at Sunny Hills Market, she met Ralph Boliba, who was the Assistant Manager. While dating the couple discovered a passion for dancing. They spent many nights at various dance clubs, concerts and other music venues dancing to Motown, R&B and the Oldies. They soon wed in 1967 and moved into an apartment before buying and their first home in Fremont, CA in 1968. They would have their first child Chris, followed by Jeff then Ken. They were married from 1967-1983. Barbara went on to support and raise her three boys. She was very proud of this accomplishment. She got a job at San Jose Medical Center in Radiology Department with benefits, where she made many friends. She was able to support the boys and make sure all three stayed in the same home through graduating High School. As a mother she always put her kids first, whether it was teaching them to play sports, helping them with school or driving them around to all activities. Barbara was a team mother for each of them at one time or another. She knew all of their teachers and would drive on field trips and volunteered in their classrooms regularly. Over the years many different kids called the Boliba house their home. After leaving California, she moved to Castle Rock Colorado, and had worked for the Douglas County Sheriff in Administration and Professional Standards where she also had many friends. In 2009 Barbara bought a condo at Creekside in Parker, Colorado. She soon made many friends at Creekside and created a friendship circle that will last forever, where she touched even more lives. Barbara will be greatly missed by many. There will be a service at Parker Funeral home on January 23, 2015 at 11:00am. Donations may be made in her name to the Buddy Center in Castle Rock, 303-751-5772. Please visit her memorial page at www.pfh-co.com.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Jan. 20 to Feb. 21, 2015
Bowser, Geraldine T.  
In loving memory of Geraldine T. Bowser… a longtime resident of Wheat Ridge and a founder of the Wheat Ridge Women's Club. Geraldine passed away January 24, 2015, one day short of her 105th birthday. She was active and independent up until her last few weeks. Born in Ohio in 1910 to Verne and Zella Thompson, she experienced a century of American history from the days of horse transportation. Geraldine met Clyde Bowser when he was attending Ohio St. Univ. They fell in love and after Clyde graduated and joined the Tennessee Valley Authority, they wed and lived in Murphysboro, TN. in 1934. They lived in many towns in the area and when the TVA completed the project, Geraldine and Clyde moved to Wheat Ridge in 1948. Geraldine and Clyde had two boys, who survive her, Jerry (spouse Nina- deceased) and Alan (spouse Karen). Her grandchildren are Sharon Smith of Casselberry FL; Deborah Minke of Rio Rancho, NM; Elizabeth Austin of Amarillo, TX; Kristan Benefiel of Lakewood, CO, and Kelly Bowser of Arvada, CO. Great grandchildren are Ethan Smith, Kate Smith, Jordan Minke, Bobby Austin, Jesse Austin, Matt Austin, Andrew Benefiel, Christopher Benefiel, Kameron Lowry and Peyton Bowser. Clyde passed away in 1993 after 59 years of marriage. Geraldine continued living in Wheat Ridge until 2009 when she moved to Arvada Estates Independent Living Community. She was active with social activities to the end. She succumbed to congestive heart failure and pneumonia. There are no services. She donated her remains to the Colorado State Anatomical Board for research.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Feb. 5 to Mar. 4, 2015
Bradshaw, Dolores J.  
Dolores J Bradshaw, 80, passed away February 11, 2015. Born June 6, 1934 to Lawrence and Ethel Brownewell. She met Harold Bradshaw at bowling league. They were married from 1958 –1988, he survives. Also surviving are daughters, Karen Bohland , and Kathleen Harvey, grandchildren Brianna Bohland, Aaron Harvey, Joe Harvey and Preston Bohland; Dolores loved her cat Suki, art, bridge, reading, camping, and antiquing. She especially enjoyed time with her family. Service is March 7th, 2pm at Parker Funeral Home.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Feb. 26 to Mar. 25, 2015
Burch, Ron  
Ron Burch, a resident of Larkspur, died in his sleep January 10th. He is survived by his wife, Patty, 2 daughters and spouses, 1 son, 3 grandsons, 1 granddaughter, his parents, Lester and Florence, 4 sisters and 2 brothers. Ron worked for the Douglas County Sheriff's Department, Adams, Douglas and Eagle County Animal Control and Holy Cross Energy in Eagle. A memorial service is January 24th, 10:30 AM at Tri City Baptist Church in Westminster.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Jan. 22 to Feb. 21, 2015
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