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Albury, Gordon - Los Alamos  
Born on October 29, 1928, LANL architect, athelete, and performer in local musical theater (1975~1996), Gordon Albury returned to the area last year and passed away the last day of March in Santa Fe. He is survived by his wife Jayn, children NC, Gordon C. Albury (Bridget) of Miami, Meagan Albury of Ashville, Meg Spacagna (Daniel) of Albuquerque, Brittany Ludvigsen (Chris) of Seattle, and step children Joan and Jonathan Ellsworth. He was predeceased by his son Jeffrey. A Mass of Christian Burial is scheduled for May 12th at 10:00 am at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Faith, located at 311 E. Palace. Interment will follow at 1:30 pm at the Santa Fe National Cemetery.
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Published in Los Alamos Monitor from May 8 to May 11, 2016
Howard, Hillard Hays - Los Alamos  
Hillard Hays Howard, 72, died June 30, 2015 at the Heart of the Rockies Medical Center in Salida Colorado. Hillard was born to Harold French and Ruth Bugg Howard on March 19,1943 in Stuttgart Arkansas. Hillard was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Lynn. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Cheryll Faust. Hillard received a Bachelor of Science in Physics from UNM and a PhD in Physics from Vanderbilt University. He began his career as a liaison between LASL and the international users group for LAMPF and he worked to bring a UNM branch campus to the town of Los Alamos. Hillard worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory from 1972 until his retirement in 2003. His career included work in medium energy particle physics at LAMPF, radiological risk analysis and safety assessment, and management. He was instrumental in bringing an institutionally supported employee wellness program to the Laboratory. Hillard retired in 2003 after more than 30 years at the Laboratory. In 2006, Hillard and Cheryll moved to Salida, Colorado. Hillard was an ice skater and an avid bicyclist. He was a graceful, beautiful, alpine skier. Later in life, he took up telemark skiing and quickly became a graceful, beautiful, telemark skier. He loved to share his passion for the sport, and worked with Pajarito to start a telemark festival, the Telebration. Hillard took to retirement with enthusiasm. He volunteered as a site steward for Santa Fe National forest and at the Valles Caldera National monument. Hillard took great pleasure in fly-fishing, flying kites, mountaineering, and backpacking. He loved trains, opera, live music, theater, physics, and good chocolate. He reveled in a lively conversation. Hillard often said his proudest accomplishment was the collection of people he was privileged to call friends. Hillard loved life and lived well. Hillard faced a series of challenging health issues in the last several years of his life, then ultimately pancreatic cancer. A Celebration of Life will be held May 21, 2016, 5 to 8pm, at Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Friends are invited to come and encouraged to share memories and stories. For more information, please visit the CaringBridge website: www.caringbridge.org/visit/hillardhoward.
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Published in Los Alamos Monitor on May 8, 2016
Ott, Jason William - Los Alamos  
Jason William Ott, 34, died on May 12th, 2016, of injuries suffered in an accident in Arizona. Jason was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on May 4th, 1982 and was a 2001 graduate of Los Alamos High School. Jason is survived by his mother, Kathleen Veenstra and partner Grady Stem; his father Will Ott and wife Cindy; his sister Julia Toler, husband Josh, and Jason's adored nieces and nephews Ava, Grey, Griffin, Norah and Ingrid; his sister Emily Veenstra-Ott and fiance Kevin O'Neal; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Jason was an immensely talented artist and musician. From the time that he picked up his first guitar we could tell where he was by the sounds of beautiful music or his practicing a chord over and over. Jason was funny and kind, and loved his family and friends deeply and with his whole heart. He was a sensitive and giving soul who left us decades too soon, but now shines brightly among the peaceful stars that he loved so much. He will be profoundly missed and held in our hearts always. Private memorial services will be held at a later date.
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Published in Los Alamos Monitor from May 18 to May 22, 2016
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