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Alamaa, Seena  
Homemaker and longtime Colorado Springs resident. Survived by her husband Maynard; and 3 sons, Rick (Dorthy), Tim & Dan (Laura): 8 grandchildren, several great grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Seena went to be with The Lord peacefully at home with her loving husband at her side, to join her mother Virginia, her Father Harold, her sister Dianne, brother John and a son William. Seena enjoyed being surrounded by her children and grandchildren. She had a special passion for her families involvement in local auto racing. Memorial Services will be held on Thursday July 30th, 2015 at 3pm at Cappadona Funeral Home at 1020 E. Fillmore St. in Colorado Springs. Cremation is planned.
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Published in The Gazette on July 29, 2015
Boschelli, Thomas Joseph (In Memoriam)  
Even in our sleep, pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, until, in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom through the grace of God. For the world is a less goodness place without your presence and your best friend Teddy (26 SEP 84-29 JUL 07) Your memory has not faded with family or friends God Bless You Son We all miss you We all love you Your family - Your Friends
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Published in The Gazette from July 31 to Aug. 2, 2015
Bruns, Irene  
Irene Bruns, 70, passed away on July 27, 2015 at home in Colorado Springs. Irene was born in Saginaw, Michigan and graduated from Kelloggsville High School in 1963. She moved from Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1965. After graduating from Penrose Nursing School, she made her home and career as a LPN at Penrose Hospital and Centura in Colorado Springs. Irene was preceded in death by her mother, Thelma, and siblings: Carla, Elma, Monte, and Laurna. She is survived by a sister-in-law, Noreen; 4 nieces and 1 nephew: Beth, Coleen, Eileen, Joann, and James; godchildren, Jennifer and Daniel; and countless friends in Colorado Springs and throughout the country. Irene was very active at Redeemer Lutheran Church. She was a member and officer in the CLPN and NLPN Associations for many years. A viewing will be held from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 30, 2015 at the Shrine of Remembrance. Memorial services are planned for 1:00 p.m. on Friday, July 31, 2015 at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2226 North Corona Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80907. A reception will follow at Crusader Hall and committal services will then be held at Shrine of Remembrance Mausoleum, Garden of Angels at 4:00 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made in Irene's memory to Redeemer Lutheran Church or the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Online Condolences: ShrineOfRemembrance.com
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Published in The Gazette on July 30, 2015
Cervantes, Eddie Joe  
Eddie Joe Cervantes of Colorado Springs peacefully passed away on July 24, 2015. He is survived by the love of his life for over 40 years Clara and daughters Gloria Galindo, Mary Lou LeBlanc, Lorraine Galvadon, Kathy Millner, Patricia Sanchez, and many grandchildren and great grandchildren . He was preceded in death by his parents John and Mary Cervantes and his brother John Jr. A Celebration of Life service will be held, Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. at Lighthouse Temple Church 111 N. 32nd Street on the West side of Colorado Springs.
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Published in The Gazette on July 29, 2015
Coker, Ret. First Sergeant Barry G.  
Retired First Sergeant Barry G. Coker, 50, died Friday July 17, 2015 while serving his country. Born in Virginia he was survived by his wife of 30 years; Linda D. Coker; his mother-in-law, Eleanor Selman; his mother, Margie DeAtley; his 3 brothers, Troy Coker, Kevin Coker, and Mark Coker. He earned his Master's Degree of Business Administration with a concentration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the Colorado Technical University; Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management from Columbia University. He earned the U.S. Army Sustainment Command Highly Productive Achievement Award; The Army Demonstrated Master Logistician (DML); and a host of Military training and certifications. First Sergeant Barry G. Coker served in the United States Army; 1983 - 2004. Just one out of many heroic deeds - he volunteered to deploy with the 101st Airborne Division during Operation Desert Storm. His distinguished military career had him serve throughout the United States and multiple overseas assignments including tours in Bosnia and Saudi Arabia, as well as, Iraq and Kuwait when he served in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm/Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom. Almost half of his military career he served as a First Sergeant for several commands. His stellar military career culminated at Fort Carson Colorado where he served as a First Sergeant in the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR). At the time of his death Mr. Coker was a Department of the Army Civilian assigned to 4th Infantry Division's 1st "Raider" Brigade Logistics Support Team (BLST), Army Field Support Battalion, Fort Carson CO. As a Department of the Army Civilian, Mr. Coker's commitment to the soldiers and to his country never waned as he deployed multiple times to the Middle East while supporting the Second Brigade 4th Infantry Division. Mr. Coker made a lasting impression on everyone he met and that his infectious charm was only surpassed by the size of his heart. His energy, his kindness and zest for life are what his friends and family will remember most. Retired First Sergeant Barry G. Coker is truly a highly decorated veteran of the U.S. Army and one of the finest Non Commissioned Officers to have served his Country. He believed in God, Country, Family; and above all a man of Duty, Honor, Loyalty. He will truly be missed by so many. He deserves the U.S. Army cry, "HOAH!" SERVICES A Memorial Service will be held to reflect on the life of Retired First Sergeant Barry G. Coker at the Soldiers Memorial Chapel, Building 1500, 6333 Martinez Street on Fort Carson at Two O'clock on August 13th 2015.
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Published in The Gazette on Aug. 4, 2015
Collier, Theresa Ann "Tami" (McGinty)  
Theresa Ann "Tami" Collier (née McGinty) died on the night of Thursday, July 9, 2015 at her home on the Upper South Fork, outside of Cody, Wyoming. Tami was 56 years old. Tami was born to Patricia Jean "Pat" McGinty (née Seabeck) and Denton Eugene "Gene" McGinty on February 28, 1959, in Great Falls, Montana. She was the second of three children. Tami grew up in Newport Beach, California, where she enjoyed outdoor sports and a large extended family. In her early teens, Tami's family relocated to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where she played setter on her school's multi-year state championship volleyball team. She graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High School in 1977. Her team has since been inducted into the Cardinal Gibbons Hall of Fame. Tami entered Florida Southern College on an athletic scholarship to play volleyball. In 1978, 1979, and 1980, her team competed in the National Championship Tournaments. Tami was an active member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She graduated in 1981 with a bachelors of science in teaching, with an emphasis on physical education and special education. Tami moved to Cody, Wyoming in 1982, and she quickly fell in love with the West. In Cody, Tami forged a strong network of close friends and remained active in the community. She helped administer the Cody Peewee Football group upon its foundation and organized private volleyball seminars. Tami and her husband, Barron, were adamant supporters of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Tami was honored to serve on the West Park Hospital Foundation Board and the Southern Colorado American Diabetes board. Tami and her husband, Barron, raised their two children, Laura and Barron V, between Cody and south Florida. Tami took great joy in raising her children and supporting their activities. Tami coached her daughter's middle school volleyball team and was an enthusiastic parent volunteer at her son's school. In Florida, Tami was active in her local chapter of the Garden Club of America, served on the boards of the Society of the Four Arts, the Society of the Four Arts Children's Library, and chaired a committee for the Rehabilitation Center For Children and Adults. Tami also served on the House Committee and the Junior Committee of the Bath and Tennis Club. Tami was an active and competitive member of the local women's tennis community. The Rocky Mountain West was Tami's playground. Her passion for athletics was fulfilled by her love of skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and triathlons. Tami is preceded in death by her parents, Patricia Jean "Pat" McGinty and Denton Eugene "Gene" McGinty, and her brother, Timothy Edwin "Tim" McGinty. She is survived by her husband, Barron G. Collier II, her daughter, Laura IU Collier, her son, Barron G. Collier V, and her brother, Michael Denton "Mike" McGinty. She also leaves her beloved dog, Bentley, and many close and loving friendships. A celebration of life is to be held at 6 o'clock on the evening of August 9 at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Those who cared for Tami are invited to attend and share in remembering Tami's life. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Tami's name to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in support of a children's play area, to be named in her honor.
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Published in The Gazette on July 28, 2015
Connelly, Susan Kent  
Life-long resident Susan Connelly passed away on July 30th after a short battle with ALS. Susie was born to Keg and Barbara Connelly on January 8, 1954. She was a 1971 graduate of Cheyenne Mountain High School, received a BA from Mount Holyoke College and an MA from UCCS. She retired last year after 27 years with the Pikes Peak Library District. Susie is survived by her sisters Sharon Maxwell, Patricia Ludlam and Judy Connelly, nieces and nephews Katie Ludlam, Shari Lynn, Stacy and Stuart Maxwell, her aunt, Zoe Connelly, her Hubby and Connelly cousins and beloved Raleigh. We'll all miss her goodness, wisdom, intelligence and scintillating sense of humor. God bless and thank you, Soo. No services are scheduled. To honor Susie, donations may be made to Pikes Peak Hospice and/or the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region.
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Published in The Gazette on Aug. 4, 2015
Craven Jr., John W.  
John W. Craven, Jr. passed away peacefully on July 27, 2015 at Memorial Hospital due to complications from surgery after a fall. John was born in Asheville, North Carolina. He proudly served in the United States Air Force from 1950 until his retirement in 1974 as a Senior Master Sergeant E-8. After his retirement he worked for the Post Office for 16 years. He married Anne O'Connor in 1957 while stationed in England. They had 2 children, Christina Marie and John Howard. He was preceded in death by Anne, his first wife, and Demarce Woodard, his second wife. He is survived by his daughter, Christina Marie; son, John Howard; granddaughter, Elizabeth Williams; and great-granddaughters: Genevieve and Annalise Williams. He loved to fish and golf. John affected those who knew him and will be missed by all. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 8, 2015 at Shrine of Remembrance "America the Beautiful" Chapel. Private inurnment will take place at Shrine of Remembrance Mausoleum, Columbarium of Faith. Online Condolences: ShrineOfRemembrance.com
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Published in The Gazette on Aug. 2, 2015
Daniluk, Virginia Clare  
Virginia Clare Daniluk passed away peacefully on July 26, 2015 in the comfort of her home. She was born December 6, 1919 in Long Island, New York. Virginia married the love of her life, Frank Daniluk on December 16, 1945. They were married for 65 years before he passed away in 2011. Virginia was preceded in death by her son Frank Daniluk, Jr. She is survived by her daughter Lorraine Balck and her husband Bernard, her grandson, Jeffrey Heckman and his wife Gloria, great grandson, Logan, great granddaughters, Aubree Lujan (husband David), Kellie McCartan (husband Daniel), Jessica Cross (husband Cameron}, great great grandchildren, Jacey, Danna, Tristan, Danika and Daniel. Grandson, Jason Daniluk and his wife Kim, great grandsons, Cole, Cane and Carter, Grandson Matthew Daniluk, Granddaughter, Leah Fenley, and great grandson Zachary. Virginia was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses and used her life in the service of her God, Jehovah. She had a deep love for her family, people, flowers and, of course, her cat Mac! She appreciated mostly her visits with her friends. Her memorial service will be held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 8250 C & S Road, Fountain, CO on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. followed by a reception at the Lorraine Center in Fountain.
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Published in The Gazette on July 30, 2015
Doan, Rodney E. (Rod)  
United States Air Force Chief Master Sergeant (retired), Rodney E. Doan, a longtime resident of Colorado Springs passed away on July 24, 2015 from complications of Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Services will be held at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 4125 Constitution Ave, Colorado Springs, CO. 80910, on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. visitation with funeral to follow at 11:00 a.m. and graveside service with Military Honors to proceed at Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 3825 Airport Road, Colorado Springs, CO. 80910. Ron was born to George G. Doan and Esther Mae (Pliler) Doan on 27 October, 1943 in Stafford, KS. He grew up in Preston, Kansas. Rod was predeceased by his parents, Brother George G. Doan, Jr. and Sister Paula N. (Doan) Goodale. Rod is survived by his wife of 45 years, Marda L. (Lehman) Doan, sons Adam and Stephen (Jennifer), and granddaughter Bailie Shay McCreary. Rod graduated from Preston High School in 1961, he attended and graduated from Pratt Junior College, Pratt, KS in 1963 and attended Kansas State University from 1963 to 1965. Rod enlisted in the United States Air Force on 13 January, 1966. He spent almost 23 years in Supply and Logistics with the Air Force retiring on 31 December 1988. Rod met and married the love of his life at Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, CO; Headquarters ADCOM, Colorado Springs, CO; 322 Supply Sq, Rhein Main AB, Germany; 314 Airlift Wing, Keflavik, Iceland; and Headquarters, AF Space Command, Colorado Springs, CO. Luckily he spent 17 of his 23 years in the Air Force in the Colorado Springs area. Upon retirement from the Air Force, Rod worked for Space Mark, Inc./SMI International in Logistics and as Vice President of Operations From February 1989 to 31 December 2003. After retirement from his working careers, he volunteered with Silver Key Senior Services Transportation department for 11 years enjoying serving the seniors of our community. He got to hear and tell a lot of stories of his many years. Rod's many joys included bowling, golf, fishing and hunting with many friends and family throughout his life. No flowers please. Contributions in his memory may be made to Silver Key Senior Services, 2250 Bott Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80904.
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Published in The Gazette on July 28, 2015
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