Kenneth Robert Moline (1945 - 2018)

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Kenneth Robert Moline (Kenny)
of Northglenn, CO, passed away on
3/20/2018 in Phoenix, AZ, from complications
of Aspiration Pneumonia. He
had received a double lung transplant
three years ago on 1/23/15 at St. Joseph's
Hospital in Phoenix. Since receiving
his second chance at life through organ
donation, he lived life to the fullest and
enjoyed spending time with family and
friends, golfing, walking, and enjoyed
the shooting range. He avidly promoted
registering to be an organ donor and
actively participated in Donate Life/Donor
Alliance activities.
He was born in Brush, CO, on 12/30/45
to Roy and Margaret (Mertens) Moline.
He is survived by his wife Annette
(Hamilton) Moline,
whom he married in
Sterling, CO, on 9/11/65;
two daughters Ginger
Shaw (Jeff) and Gayla
Mortensen (Kevin); and
four grandchildren,
Mitchell and Kyle Little and Emilee and
Colton Mortensen (who were all cherished
deeply by their Poppy). He is also
survived by a brother Stanley (Mary Lu)
of Aurora CO. His parents and a sister
and brother-in–law, Shirley Derewecki
(Richard) preceded him in death. He
also leaves behind several beloved
nieces and nephews. Family meant
everything to him.
He grew up in Northeastern CO in the
Willard/Iliff areas until
he graduated from high
school, left the farm, and
moved to Denver for the
love of a woman (his wife
of 52 years Annette). He
served in the Army during the Viet Nam
War during 1965-1967. Before retiring
early in 1999 to work at Riverdale
Golf Course and pursue his love of golf
and traveling, he worked at Wilmore
Nurseries, Montgomery Ward, and finished
out his working career as a Diesel
Mechanic/Shop Foreman for 29 years at
Northpark Transportation.
He was a member of St. Mark's Parish
in Westminster, the Westminster Elks
#2227, and the Colorado American
Legion.
A memorial mass will be held at 10:30
a.m. on Wednesday, 4/25, at Immaculate
Heart of Mary Catholic Church
at 11385 Grant Drive, Northglenn, CO
80233 with a Celebration of Life reception
immediately after in the Parish
Center. Rosary will be at 7:00 pm on
Tuesday, 4/24 also at Immaculate Heart
of Mary.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made by check mailed to: Donor Alliance,
720 South Colorado Boulevard,
Suite 800 North, Denver CO 80246, with
Kenneth Moline
Memorium listed in memo line. (or)
log onto https://www.donoralliance.
org/contribute.
Religious Service Information
Immaculate Heart of Mary
11385 Grant Dr
Northglenn, CO 80233
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Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Apr. 18 to May 17, 2018
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