Dr. Ramon Edward Bisque

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  • "Dear Bisque Family; I was filling in the family history..."
    - Dawn Marie (Bowman) Toonen
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    - Peter Modreski
  • "My thoughts are with the entire Bisque/Ford/Tracy family..."
    - Coleen Payne
  • "Dearest Papa, Well, our fairy tale world lost its..."
    - Laura Bisque Tracy
  • "Papa, Just days before, I remember laughing wholeheartedly..."
    - Lorae Tracy
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Dr. Ramon
Edward Bisque
(Ray), 82, passed
away in Blue
Mountain, Colorado
on Monday,
June 9, 2014 of natural
causes. Ray lived every
moment to the fullest, up
to his very last.
Ray grew up in Iron
River, a small mining
town in Michigan's Upper
He went on to earn his
undergraduate degree at
St. Norbert College, and
advanced degrees from
Iowa State University,
where he met his wife,
Marie Livingston Young.
After marrying in Algona,
Iowa, Ray and Marie
re-located to Colorado
in 1959. A father first, he
became a professor at
Colorado School of Mines,
an entrepreneur, an innovator,
and a writer.
Early in his career, he
was the director of a curriculum
project which
involved contributors in
what was arguably the
most interdisciplinary
gathering of geoscientists
ever convened in the
United States.
Activities from his
home base at the
Colorado School
of Mines earned
him recognition
as a Fellow
of the American
Association for the
Advancement of Science,
a Distinguished Lecturer,
and a feted Native Son in
his home town.
Ramon is survived by
his wife of 60 years, Marie,
his six children: Camille
Ford (Edward), Stephen
Bisque (Colleen), Laura
Tracy (Scott), Thomas
Bisque, Daniel Bisque
(Brenda), Matthew Bisque
(Merrilee), fifteen grandchildren:
Jenae, Daniel,
and Evan Ford, Sarah,
Rebecca, Madalyn and
Emily Bisque, Lorae and
Stephen Tracy, William,
Anna, Megan and Jonathan
Bisque, Joseph and
Charlotte Bisque, and his
eight-month-old yellow
lab, Ellie, who all reside in
Denver, Colorado.
He is predeceased by his
father and mother, Edward
and Camilla Bisque, and
his sister, Dorothy "Babe"
The memorial service
was heldon Saturday, June
14, 2014 at 11:00 a.m.
Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from June 19 to July 18, 2014
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