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Malm, Wilmae "Bunny"  
Bunny Malm passed away peacefully while sleeping on the morning of May 20th. She was born in Hebbardsville, Ohio but transplanted with her young family in 1955 to Lakewood, Colorado, a city she loved and dedicated her career and talents to for 50 plus years. She was a County and District Court Clerk for Jefferson County, a Jeffco Planning Commissioner, and served on numerous boards including Lakewood On Parade, the Lakewood Historical Society and Family Tree. She was honored by Congress for Outstanding service to the Lakewood Community and awarded the Medal of Merit by President Reagan. She was awarded Lakewood's Business Woman of the Year 2011 for helping to lead the West Colfax Renewal as President of the West Colfax Community Association, a position she held until 2014. She was owner and CEO of Direct Transfer, a transportation company in Denver. She loved reading, fishing, camping, bluegrass, puppies and the like, and a good debate. She was a loyal friend and a crazy-fun Mom and Grandma. Without a doubt her deepest love was that of family. She is survived by a brother Tim (Lorene) Henthorne, sister Linda (Mont) Bennett, son Randy (Karen) Jones, daughter Annie (Brian) Burne, her husband's children Mitchell, Robin and Rhonda Malm and beloved grandchildren and great grandchildren. Hook 'em Bunny! A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday June, 27th Open House 1-4 pm at 40 West Arts District 1560 Teller Street, Lakewood 80214. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made in her memory to Children's Hospital Colorado Burn Camps http://noordinarycamps. org/ or Triangle Cross Ranch (a ranch for adults with developmental disabilities that her grandson attended) http://www. trianglecrossranch.org/.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from May 28 to July 3, 2015
Marsh, Harlan E.  
Harlan E. Marsh, 95, of Westminster/Thornton, CO, passed away Friday June 5, 2015. Memorial services will be held Monday, June 29th, 11:00 a.m. at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3990 West 74th Avenue, with Navy honors to follow at 2:30 p.m. at the Fort Logan National Cemetery. (Full obituary at www.HoranCares. com.)
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 18 to July 17, 2015
Marsh, Marvin L.  
Marvin L. Marsh, 80, of Arvada passed gently into the arms of Jesus Saturday, May 30, 2015, at The Waterford, Wilderness Hills in Lincoln, NE. Born January 11, 1935 to Stanley and Alta Marsh in Blair, NE, he relocated to the Denver area in 1958, where he was employed for 34 years with Colorado Public Service. For a time he had been married to Sharron Shriver of Lakewood. He served his country in the U.S. Navy and his community as a long-time little league baseball coach. In addition to these, his life adventures included piloting a single-engine airplane, hunting and fishing, baseball and softball as an athlete, coach, and umpire, a love of bowling and many other sports. Survived by; sister, Joan Pelnar of Blair, daughters, Shirley Johnson of Bronson, IA and Sheila Anderson of Lincoln, NE, 6 grandchildren and 5 greatgrandchildren. Preceded in death by: his parents; sister, Marian Marlene Keil; brother, Larry Marsh; and son, Tom Marsh. Celebration of life, 4:00 p.m. on June 6, St. James United Methodist Church, 2032 S. Cypress St., Sioux City, IA. Memorials may be sent to North Jefferson Junior Baseball Association, P.O. Box 740267, Arvada, CO. 80006.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 12 to July 11, 2015
Martin, Bobbie E.  
Bobbie (Bob) Martin previously resided in Commerce City, Thornton and Brighton received his wings to Heaven on May 17th, 2015. He was born on February 23, 1927 in Syracuse, NE to Jesse Martin and Effie Thrapp. We wish him God Speed to the Angels in Heaven waiting to greet him. He served his country in WWII in the Navy (Seabee's). He retired in 1992 as a heavy equipment operator for Asphalt Paving. Bob provided for his family and was always willing to lend a helping hand. His passion was woodworking and remodeling. He was a fun loving Husband, Father, Uncle, Great Uncle, Grandfather and Great Grandfather. Survived by his children: Cheryl (Roger Vrekeen), Karen Martin-Tatro, Joni (Louis) Fuller, Toni (Dan) Price, Bob (Terri) Martin, Debbie (Dwight) Stull, 22 Beautiful Grandchildren included are Spouses, 22 Great Grandchildren, in addition to sister-in-laws and brother-in-laws: Leona (Virgil) Nelson, Dorothy Davis, Richard Vogel and Robert(Debbie) Dinslage and many Nieces and Nephews and Great Nieces and Great Nephews. He is preceded in death by his wife Agnes Martin married 50 years and Gabriel Martin (great grandson), his Sisters Lorena Evans of Missouri, Virginia Mockenhhaupt of Lincoln, Nebraska, Goldeen Patterson of Twin Falls, Idaho, Sister Theresa Vogel of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Sister-in-law Linda(Penny) Vogel of Galena Missouri and Nephew John Paul Mockenhaupt of Lincoln, Nebraska. A Graveside Service was held on Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Fort Logan National Cemetery, Staging Area "A".
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 4 to July 3, 2015
Massine, Donna-Lee  
Donna lived life to the fullest and was an inspiration to all who knew her. Her life's work was dedicated to helping deaf/hard of hearing children and adults. Donna is survived by husband Mike, son Sean and daughter Shannon.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 4 to July 3, 2015
McNamara, Mel  
Mel passed into eternal rest on June 14, 2015. He was a school bus driver for Littleton Public Schools from 1996- 2012, and was much loved by all of the children he carried safely to their destinations. His wife Mary would like to invite you to his Celebration of Life at 10 AM on Saturday, June 27, 2015. Crosspoint Community Church, 7076 S. Alton Way, Building B, Centennial, CO 80112.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 25 to July 24, 2015
McNeil, Ellen Clossick  
CHESHIRE - Ellen Clossick McNeil, 85, passed away peacefully Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at Mid-State Medical Center in Meriden. She was the wife of the late Edward J. McNeil. Ellen was born May 25, 1929 in New Haven, the daughter of the late William and Bridget (Hyland) Clossick. Upon graduating from Waterbury Catholic High School, she married her husband and moved to Cheshire. After the unexpected death of her young husband, Ellen resiliently raised her three children. Later in life, Ellen joined the United Illuminating Company as a Customer Service Representative; a position she thoroughly enjoyed, and fondly would recall memories every time a storm temporarily suspended power and electricity in Cheshire. Ellen enjoyed tag-sale hunting on Sundays for a "good bargain", having fun with her friends, laughing and soaking-up the sun on a hot summer day. She will forever be remembered by her three children: Lauren A. Backman (Kenneth) of Cheshire, CT, Craig McNeil (Amy) of Littleton, CO, and R. Edward 'Legs' McNeil of Schwenksville, PA; her four grandchildren, who lovingly referred to her as "Gia", Ainsley and Ashleigh Backman of Cheshire, CT, Sean and Moira McNeil of Littleton, CO. She is predeceased by her siblings Margaret and William Clossick, and Mary Jane Wilson. Ellen's family expresses their sincere appreciation to her full-time, live-in caregiver, Ms. Ann Prince. Ann's gentle touch and kind spirit allowed Ellen's family to respect her wish to remain in her home during the later years of her life. Arrangements – As a devote Catholic and communicant of St. Thomas Becket Church, friends and family are warmly invited to attend funeral services Monday May 25, 2015, 9:15 a.m. from the Alderson- Ford Funeral Home of Cheshire, 615 S. Main St. to St. Thomas Becket Church for a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Burial will be held at the convenience of the family in North Haven Cemetery. Calling hours will be held on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. with a Rosary service taking place at 6 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Thomas Becket Church, 435 N. Brooksvale Road, Cheshire, CT 06410. For online condolences, to share a story or a photo, please visit www.fordfh. com.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from May 28 to June 27, 2015
Morse, Scott  
Scott Morse, 47, passed away May 30, 2015 after a six-month battle with cancer. Scott is survived by his wife Joni, sons Cameron and Donovan, brother Danen Morse, sister-inlaw Hillori, nieces Audrie and Bailey, mother Jamie Mitchell and stepfather Bob Mitchell, father Doug Morse and stepmother Joyce, aunt Nancy Dolan and uncle Pat Dolan, uncle Mike Fitzgerald and aunt Jerry, uncle Pat Fitzgerald and aunt Sandy, uncle Denny Morse, uncle Dale Morse and aunt Jan. He is also survived by cousins John Dolan, Jenny Taylor, Tim Fitzgerald, Ryan Fitzgerald, Sean Fitzgerald, Kate Ackman, Jeff Morse, Dean Morse, Alanna Morse, Alyssa Morse and Adam Morse. He is preceded in death by grandparents Lloyd and Betty Morse, as well as James and Cecile Fitzgerald. Scott lived in the Denver area his entire life, having grown up in the Washington Park neighborhood. He graduated from Denver's South High School in 1985 where he had excelled in academics and sports, having played varsity basketball, baseball, football and tennis. Next he attended Arizona State University and Metropolitan State University, earning a computer science degree in 1989. During his college years, Scott played baseball and began working at Platte Canyon Water & Sanitation District where he worked his entire career. After college, Scott continued to play sports with friends, namely fast-pitch softball for several years with the Red Feathers, a team coached by one of his mentors, Darryl Hogan, Sr. In 1992, Scott met Joni Hutchins and they married in 1994. The couple moved in 1996 to Highlands Ranch in Douglas County where they had two sons, Cameron, born in 1998 and Donovan, born in 2001. Scott cherished family life and friendships above all else. He enjoyed helping his sons with math and science homework and loved coaching their sports teams for many years. He was a teacher at heart, known for his quiet, encouraging demeanor, his sense of humor and cheerful smile. Scott was loved by many. Services in honor of Scott include: Visitation Sunday, June 7, 2015, 3pm-6pm, with Memorial Service 4pm-5pm, Horan and McConaty Family Chapel, 5303 E. County Line Rd Centennial, CO 80122 and Funeral Mass Monday, June 8, 2015, 11am, Saint John's Episcopal Cathedral, 1350 Washington St. Denver, CO 80203. The family encourages donations in Scott's name to the American Cancer Society: https://donate. cancer.org/index
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 11 to July 10, 2015
Moss, David Lee  
David Lee Moss, 51, of Arvada, passed 5/29/15 from an accident. Service & Interment was June 5th at Evergreen Memorial Park, Evergreen. He is survived by his wife Jill and son Zachary. For more information visit www.EvergreenMemorial- Park.com
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 11 to July 10, 2015
Murphy, Solbritt Elisabet  
Dr. Solbritt Elisabet Murphy of Littleton passed away with her friends by her side after an illness on May 29, 2015. Solbritt was born in Jonkoping, Sweden, the third child of what was to become a family of six children living in many places in Sweden in the 30's and 40's. She spent the war years on the island of Gotland to which she returned many summers in her youth and life. As an exchange student, Solbritt studied medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Washington in the 50's and met her husband, Stanley R. Murphy. Following her residency in Pediatrics in 1965, Solbritt continually worked towards improving the health of infants and children in public programs at the local and state levels. Solbritt came to Littleton in 1974 to work at Tri-County Health, starting with the Maternal, Infant, and Child and Youth project and would later become the Associate Director of the Tri-County District Health Department. In 1981, Solbritt moved to New York where she directed the Bureau of Maternal and Child Health and Division of Family Health, working on programs to reduce infant mortality, improve children's nutrition, and mothers' health across the state. Moving to Austin, TX in 1987, Solbritt directed the Austin-Travis County Health Department. Solbritt left Austin in 1991 to go to Romania to work in international aid efforts for the abandoned children found there. Returning to Littleton in 1992, Solbritt focused her efforts on her joy of travel and helping patients, and until she retired she worked across the country as a temporary pediatrician wherever was need. When her health restricted her travel, Solbritt focused her efforts on assisting the Arapahoe County court, working with crisis and counseling phone lines and participating in the community. She was a volunteer at the Littleton Museum and continued to counsel up until her last year. Solbritt is survived by her three children: Kari Neely of San Jose CA, Steve Murphy of Gothenburg, Sweden, and Britt Murphy of Seattle WA, and six grandchildren. A ceremony will be held at 1:00 pm on June 3, 2015 at the First Universalist Church, 4101 E. Hampden Ave, Denver, CO 80222.
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 11 to July 10, 2015
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