Cilo, Mark P., M.D , 65, of Lone Tree, died suddenly on July 30, 2009. Dr. Cilo was a local, state, and national pioneer in brain injury rehabilitation. He worked at Craig Hospital from 1978present, and consulted with numerous other hospitals and organizations in Denver. Dr. Cilo helped develop the Brain Injury Assoc. of Colorado, and nationally he chaired the Standards of Care Committee for Acute Brain Injury Rehabilitation Programs for the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. Dr. Cilo was a visionary, team leader, program developer, teacher, public speaker, and friend, and was well-loved by thousands of patients, families, and colleagues. Dr. Cilo is survived by his previous wife Mary Ellen Cilo Serota. They were married in 1981 and later divorced. Dr. Cilo is also survived by his wife Janie (nee Lawrence) of 22 years, brother Stuart Cilo (Judy) of Lewistown, PA, his beloved Aunt Edie Fingerman of Philadelphia, his close cousin Hal Fingerman (Barbara) and cherished niece Alyssa Fingerman of Newtown Square, PA. Dr. Cilo also leaves behind two children: Kelsey M. Haddock (Jason) of Centennial and son Hiram W. Lewis, III (Jessica) as well as 4 grandchildren: Sadie Lawrence Haddock (8) and Ashton Mary Haddock (6) of Centennial, Hiram W. Lewis, V (2) and Madelyn Lawrence Lewis (4 months) of Nashville TN. Finally, Dr. Cilo leaves behind his beloved dogs, a Jack Russell (Jasper) and a rescued retired greyhound racer (Baby). A celebration of Dr. Cilo's life will be held in Craig Hospital's gymnasium at 3425 S. Clarkson St., Englewood on Friday, August 14th, at 2:00 pm. 303-789-8220. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Craig Hospital Foundation, c/o of Mark Cilo, Memorial Fund, 3425 S. Clarkson St., Englewood, 80113, 303-789-8650; and the Colorado Humane Society/SPCA, 2760 S. Platte River Dr., Englewood, 80110. (303) 781-9344.