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Daniel Joseph Bachman, "Joe", 53 of Golden, passed away Friday, March 14, 2014 at Collier Hospice in Wheat Ridge CO. He was born December 17, 1960 in Denver, CO, to Leon and Elizabeth (Zehnder) Bachman. Joe graduated from Golden High School in 1979 and Colorado State University in 1983. He also attended Wyoming Technical Institute and studied Diesel Technology and worked as a diesel mechanic and owned and operated his own semitrucking business. He enjoyed working outdoors and worked hard. He maintained a strong work ethic, being honest and fair. Joe was a member of the Golden BPO Elks and Golden Gate Grange. His life was filled with activities that revolved around family and friends. He enjoyed watching sports, playing cards and games, attending his nephews and nieces activities. He will be remembered for his gentle, kind nature, his caring heart, generosity and helping anyone if he could. Joe will be remembered as a protector who looked out for his family and took care of them to the best of his ability, when they were in need. And, above all, Joe will be remembered for his warm smile, his sense of humor and his contagious laugh. He was preceded in death by his parents Leon and Elizabeth Bachman. He is survived by his brothers Leon Thomas Bachman of Milan, NM, Dave (Dana) Bachman of Platteville, CO, sister, Nancy Bachman of Golden, CO; nephews and nieces Jake (Amy, son of Gavin) of Murfreesboro, TN, Jaime of Platteville, CO, Jared and Caroline both of Milan, NM. Memorial service will be held March 21st, at 9:00 am at The Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary Chapel – 12801 West 44th Avenue, Wheat Ridge. A reception will be held at 10:30 am at The Vista at Applewood Golf Course – 14001 W. 32nd Avenue, Golden. Bachman Daniel Joseph "Joe" Bachman Dec. 17, 1960 – Mar. 14, 2014 Read Obituary
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Emily Claire Drew, 94, of Golden, Colorado, passed away on March 13, 2014. Emily was born on February 2, 1920 in the Germantown area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Emily was the daughter of William G. (Billy) and Emily S. Drew also of Golden. Emily survived her Sister, Dorothy King (nee Drew) and brothers William and John Drew. Emily also survived her niece Janice Roman (nee Drew). She is survived by 13 of her 14 nephews and nieces including Truman D. King Jr. of Lone Tree, CO; Nelson D. King of Arvada,CO; Norman D. King of Clinton, MO; Brian A. King of La Feria, TX; John R. Drew of Deale, MD; Brenda J. Kiker (nee Drew) of Bel Alton, MD; Lawrence D. Drew of Jacksonville, FL; Robert W. Drew of Barstow, CA; Valerie L. Trefry (nee Drew) of Waldorf, MD; James W. Drew of Parachute, CO; Marilyn M. McKeon of Parachute, CO; William G. Drew of Locust Grove, VA; and Susan E. Funderberg (nee Drew) of Front Royal, VA. Emily is also survived by her sister-in-law Marilyn Joyce Drew of Waldorf, MD, as well as 38 great and many great-great nieces and nephews. Emily's family moved from Philadelphia to Washington D.C. in the 1930's. During World War II, Emily served as a WAVE in the United States Navy Hospital Corps. After the war, she continued working for the Navy as a civilian. Following her work with the Navy, she transferred to the U.S. D.E.A from which she retired after 33 years of service. Emily and her parents moved to Golden in 1969. Emily was an active contributor to the Masonic Order of the Eastern Star for many years, serving as Worthy Matron for both her Electa Chapter in Washington D.C. and the Mt. Zion Chapter in Golden, Colorado. She will be remembered as a loving and generous Aunt, and a fun loving loyal friend. Memorial arrangements are being made with Olinger Woods Chapel in Golden and will be announced at a later date. Read Obituary
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