Albert C. Herrman

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Albert C. Herrman, 95, went to be with the Lord April 15 at his home in Brighton.
Born July 16, 1922 in Liebenthal, Kansas, to Fredlin and Amelia (Schupman) Herrman, Albert was the eldest of four children. A lifetime member of St. Augustine Catholic Church, he married the love of his life, Mary Billinger, April 23, 1946, at the church.
At the young age of 17, Albert joined the Civilian Conservation Corps, more commonly known as the 3 Cs,from January 1940 through June 1941 with an honorable discharge. Albert enlisted into the United States Navy, where he served from 1942 through 1946. He served in Asian, Pacific, and American locations.
Friends and family will state that Albert has always remained a proud and patriotic Navy man, complete with flag flying and attending Memorial Day celebrations at the Brighton cemetery.
After an honorable discharge from the United States Navy, Albert worked at the Great Western Sugar Co. (five years), Trailmobile (20 years) and American Semi Trailers until his retirement age.
A dedicated father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Albert enjoyed family gatherings and celebrations.
Some of Albert's favorite things included camping, fishing, tractors, trains, clocks (which he designed and built), horseshoe competitions, gardening (especially tomatoes and cucumbers), cooking, polka music and his workshop. If Albert was unable to fix something, he would just build something new. He was passionate about nature and all animals, especially dogs. Animal abuse indeed ruffled his feathers. Albert also had an obedient love for the Lord.
Survivors are his daughter, Stephanie (Ken) Jump, of Brighton; a sister, Irene McFall, of Commerce City; a brother, Simon Herrman of Arizona; grandsons, Brian (Dawn) Stanley, of Parker; Kent (Tracey) Stanley, of Castle Rock; four great-grandchildren, Victoria, James, Brianna, and Nathan; and beloved nieces and nephews.
His parents and a baby sister, also named Irene, preceded him in death. Albert went to be with Jesus on his daughter Stephanie's 70th birthday.
Tabor-Rice Funeral Home in Brighton handled the arrangements.
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Tabor Rice Funeral Home
75 S. 13th Ave
Brighton, CO 80601
(303) 654-0112
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Published in Fort Lupton Press on Apr. 25, 2018
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