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Acton, Greg - Loveland  
Greg Acton passed away on June 22, 2015 at the age of 59. He lived most of his life in Loveland, Colorado. He attended Loveland High School until he entered the Marine Corp in 1972. He served in Vietnam honorably. After returning from the service he continued living in Loveland and married Cindy Brecks, who preceded him in death. He became a machinist and was an avid outdoorsman. He is survived by his only son, Josh Acton, his son's fiancé, and two granddaughters, his father, Russell Acton, his mother, Carol Gillmore, and his four brothers, Richard Acton, Dennis Acton, Norman Baker and his wife JoAnn, Tom Baker and numerous nephews, nieces and cousins. He was loved and will be dearly missed. Gone But Not Forgotten
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 28, 2015
Chambers, Vickie - Loveland  
Vickie L. Chambers, 57, earned her wings and left for heaven on June 21, 2015 after a short stay at Poudre Valley Hospital and Pathways Hospice. She was born October 11, 1957 in Goodland, Kansas to William Franklin and Catherine Mary (Lehman) Chambers. She attended school in Goodland until moving to Loveland, Colorado in 1970 where she graduated from Loveland High School in 1975. Vickie then attended nursing school at UNC in Greeley and worked for Berthoud Living Center for 37 years. She was currently working for North Shore Health and Rehab and spent several years volunteering at the Loveland Public Library. Vickie's life was filled with many "Forever Friends." She loved bunco and played for over 15 years with friends from Berthoud in the BLC Bunco Babes. While at the Loveland Public Library she was encouraged to teach a crocheting class and became one of the Loomy Knitters donating over 100 crocheted hats for the homeless, cancer patients and newborn babies. She was an avid Denver Bronco fan and would bet anyone a dollar that the Broncos would win. Vickie is survived by her brothers Richard Chambers of Loveland and Ed Chambers (Chris) of California. The family would like to thank the nurses at Poudre Valley Hospital and Pathways Hospice for their special help. Memorial services will be held at Viegut Funeral Home on Saturday, June 27, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. with a reception following at the Viegut Reception Center. Pastor Gordon Peterson will be officiating. Inurnment will be held at Loveland Burial Park. Memorials may be sent to Pathways Hospice in care of Viegut Funeral Home. Go to www.viegutfuneralhome.com for condolences.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 24, 2015
Cox, Susan - Sedalia  
Susan Elaine Cox died after a long illness on the 19th of June 2015 at the age of 56. Susie is survived by her mother, Madeline Black of Gulf Breeze, Florida; husband, Gary of Sedalia, Colorado; children, W. Anthony and daughter-in-law Haley, Glynnis, Raymond, Camille, and Lynwood; siblings, Cindy Urner of Lompoc, California, Linda Larson of Pensacola, Florida, Dale Black Jr. of Gulf Breeze, Florida, and Jeanne Henry of Tampa, Florida. She is preceded in death by her father Dale Black of Gulf Breeze, Florida and daughter Roxanne. Susie was born on the 26th of August 1958 in Loveland, Colorado to Dale and Madeline Black. She attended elementary, middle, and high school in Boulder, Colorado. She married Gary in 1984. Susie loved animals and children, she was an artist, she was a dancer, she loved to garden and the sunshine. She homeschooled all her children. She was a great listener. She was family to many who did not have family. She loved and served everyone she knew. Jesus will say to her, I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, truly I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers you did it to me. A memorial service is scheduled for June 24 at 7pm at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Pastor Bruce Skelton will officiate the service. All are welcome to attend. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the "I Care About Orphans" initiative of Focus on the Family at 800-232-6459.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 24, 2015
Erickson, Rita - Loveland  
Rita Darline Erickson, 82, of Loveland died June 19, 2015 at her home. She was born September 10, 1932 in Mason City, Iowa to Albert and Grace Ebert. She graduated high school in Mason City, IA as class Valedictorian of 1950. Rita married Arthur Erickson on June 28, 1951 in Mason City, IA. They eventually moved from the Guthrie Center, Iowa area to Loveland where they have resided for the past 54 years. Rita and Arthur co-owned the "Art Erickson Gallery" in Loveland. Rita was a secretary for Bill Reed for 2 years and was a skilled homemaker who enjoyed knitting, quilting, spending time with her children, and cruising...having cruised 22 times with Princess Cruise Lines. Rita also enjoyed volunteer work, she volunteered for Meels-on-Wheels, McKee Medical Center and the Loveland Fire Department. Rita is survived by her husband Art Erickson of Loveland; daughter Jody Dickinson of Spring, TX; daughter-in-law Valorie Erickson of Prosper, TX; and grandchildren Stephen, Lauren, and Jessica. She was preceded in death by her son Richard Erickson, 3 brothers, and a sister. Memorial services will be held at Viegut Funeral Home on Friday, June 26, 2015 at 3:00 P.M. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to the Larimer Humane Society in care of Viegut Funeral Home. Go to www.viegutfuneralhome.com for condolences.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 24, 2015
Fuller, Ronald - Loveland  
On June 22, 2015, Ron Fuller, age 67, passed peacefully at his home, surrounded by family, after a brief but valiant battle against cancer. He is survived by his wife Susan of Loveland and children Ty Fuller (Jenn) of Greeley, and Todd Fuller (Jami) of Loveland; and 7 grandchildren. He is also survived by his mother Jeanne Fuller of Rockford, MI; sister Sharon Koets of Grand Rapids, MI; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. Ron was a multi-sport star at Creston High School in Grand Rapids. He was in college at G.R.C.C. when he was drafted, and proudly served in the U.S. Army during Vietnam. Ron enjoyed spending time with his family, golfing, going to the lake and to the mountains. Ron worked many different jobs over his lifetime, including working at Nucraft Furniture, Mountain View Motorsport Park, and Auto Integrity in Loveland. Please join the family for a life celebration at North Lake Park at Lake Loveland on Tuesday, July 7, from 2-8 pm. This will be a time to reflect on Ron's legacy. There will be a small ceremony and balloon release at 5:30pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial donation at http://www.youcaring.com/ron.fuller . Go to www.viegutfuneralhome.com for condolences.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 28, 2015
Gibson, Dorothy - Loveland  
Dorothy Lois Gibson passed away on June 26, 2015, at the age of 91. Dorothy ("Dot" to friends) was born October 17, 1923 in Estes Park, CO to parents Carl and Bertha (Kitchen) Hyatt. She attended Estes Park schools, graduated in 1941, and in 1945 married William Gibson in Ashland, OR. Dot worked for Mountain Bell in Estes Park and Denver during World War II, moving to Loveland in 1950. Until 1957 she was an operator in the Loveland Mountain Bell business office. Afterwards she and her husband were co-owners of Gibson Heating and Air-conditioning. Following their retirement, from 1983-2002 they spent summers in Loveland and winters in Mesa and Apache Junction AZ. Dot enjoyed bowling, bridge, dancing, needlework, reading, puzzles, their Crystal Lakes cabin and the Rocky Mountains. Dorothy is survived by son William C. Gibson and his wife Linda of Pine, AZ; son Greg P. Gibson and his wife Myrna of Cave Creek, AZ; granddaughters Terri Gibson of Glendale, AZ and Miriam Gibson of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; and sister-in-law Mildred Gallagher of New Jersey. She was preceded in death by husband William in 2004, 3 brothers, a sister and 3 infant siblings. A brief graveside gathering will be held Wednesday, July 1st 11:30a at Loveland Burial Park, Lakeside section, followed by a 1:00p memorial service (reception after) at Loveland Good Samaritan, 2101 S. Garfield Ave., in the Village Corner room. In lieu of flowers, donations in Dorothy's memory may be made to the House of Neighborly Service, 1511 E. 11th St., Loveland CO 80537.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 28, 2015
Harper, Scott - Longmont  
Scott L. Harper, 39, went to be with our Lord, Wednesday June 24, 2015 from a ruptured aortic aneurysm. At his side were his beloved wife, Amber, and his loving parents Ed and Becky. He was born February 20, 1976 to Becky and Ed Harper in Boulder, Colorado, and spent his youth growing up in Fort Collins, an area that he dearly loved. After graduation from Rocky Mountain High School with honors and awards in academics and leadership, he started college at Kansas State University with a full-ride scholarship in mechanical engineering where he was also a walk-on pitcher for the K State baseball team. During that year he found that he preferred business and marketing to engineering. Following the year at K State, he did one year of international travel where he volunteered his time, education and love of children to assist underprivileged children in Belize, Nepal, and Australia. He then returned to Colorado State University where he earned his BA in business marketing. During his time at CSU he recognized his love for all things international. He also served as President of the student chapter of Habitat for Humanity. After graduation from CSU with his BA, Scott went to San Jose California, where he worked in several capacities. The one job he was most proud of was his job at San Jose Harley Davidson where after two months of training, he sold over $1M of motorcycles and accessories during a 3-month period. Scott then earned his MBA in International Business from prestigious Thunderbird University School of International Business. His time at Thunderbird was marked by his leadership and his newly developed passion for rugby where he again demonstrated his leadership ability after being elected president of the rugby team. With his leadership, he developed many lifelong dear friends. He truly is blessed by his Rugby teammates. After his graduation from Thunderbird, he went to the Northeast where he honed his skills in marketing with Hilti Corporation and earned the highest recognition possible for marketing from the division he worked for. He again made life-long friends from his time in Boston where he lived directly on Hanover Street. He would often invite bands performing for local festivities in front of his apartment into his home for grilled hamburgers. After two years in the Northeast, he arranged a transfer back to Colorado where he bought a beautiful home and became the sales manager for a 3-state region. He loved the Colorado experience of the outdoors and the mountains very intensely. He loved cross-fit and his friends there, and Harley Davidson motorcycles, dirt biking, mountain biking and 4-wheeling in his beloved Rocky Mountains. After two years back in Colorado, he wanted to work for himself, so he developed a vision for and spent the next 5 years of his life building 3 Rock Liquors in Firestone where he was known as the "Chief of Good Times". During his leadership at 3 Rock, he was blessed to meet and marry Amber, the love of his life. They had a baby girl, Taylor Marie, who is just now three months old. Scott is survived by his wife, Amber Harper, daughter, Taylor, "son" Peyton; his parents, Ed and Becky Harper; his best friend that he loved as his brother, Evan Spytma; aunts Sally (Fred) Fanton, Kathy Cuney (Fred); Jean Kahn; uncle Don (Lillian); cousins from the Cuney family, the Fanton family, the Kahn family, and the Harper family, and many loving friends and work-related friends. Celebration of Scott's life will be 2 PM Wednesday July 1, 2015 at Westview Presbyterian Church 1500 Hover St. Longmont, Colorado 80501. In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions may be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation or Colorado Habitat for Humanity and sent in care of Ahlberg Funeral Chapel 326 Terry Street, Longmont, CO 80501. Cremation entrusted to Ahlberg Funeral Chapel and Crematory. Share condolences at www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com from June 28 to June 29, 2015
Kline, Mary - Loveland  
Mary Nancy (Lawhead) Kline died June 19, 2015 at Seven Lakes Memory Care in Loveland, Colorado. She was born on December 10, 1934 to Harley Freemont Lawhead and Coral Leota Shaw Lawhead in Detroit, Michigan. Mary was the youngest of 4 children, her older brothers were Charles (Chuck), Richard (Dick) and William (Bill). Mary attended Coolie High School in Detroit. Her husband, Paul Elmer Kline, also attended the same high school but Mary and Paul did not meet until they both attended college at Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI (Go Spartans!). Paul earned a degree in Chemical Engineering and worked for Dow Chemical Company in Midland, MI. Paul and Mary got married on September 11, 1954. Paul and Mary had 4 children Dawn Marie, Laura Lee, Karen Dee and John Paul. Dawn Kline now lives in Bedford, TX near her son Christopher. Laura Lang lives in Prairie du Sac, WI with her husband Hunter, their four children are Alex (Tina), Amanda, Aaron and Amy. Karen Lumpkin lives in Loveland, CO with her husband Jim, their sons are Jonathan, Jeremy and Jameson. Paul and Mary lived in Midland, MI while raising the children and stayed there until Paul retired. After retirement, Paul and Mary moved to Pentwater, MI to live near Mary's father Harley. Mary loved the 4 th of July celebrations in Pentwater where she was often joined by the rest of the family. Mary later moved to Loveland, CO to be near her daughter Karen and her family. Mary's hobbies included gardening, playing tennis, collecting rocks and spoiling her Yorkie-poo (a Yorkshire Terrier - Poodle mix) Little Stuff. Cremation has been completed and no services are scheduled. Go to www.viegutfuneralhome.com for condolences.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 24, 2015
Marietta, George - Loveland  
George Albert Marietta of Johnstown, CO died June 24, 2015. He was born November 9, 1933 in Fresno, CA to Pete and Madeline Marietta. George graduated from Fresno State College with a BA in Sociology. His first job was a parole officer for Los Angeles County and he later retired from San Diego County as a social worker. George served our country with the U.S. Army during the Korean War. On June 18, 1956 George married Mary Sweat and was stepfather to her daughter Cyndi Moriarty. Mary died November of 1994. On December 14, 1997 he married Genee Sorensen in Vista, CA. He and Genee later moved to Johnstown, CO in March of 2001. George is survived by his wife Genee Marietta of Johnstown, CO; stepsons Craig Sorensen of Parker, CO and Eric Sorensen (Gina) of Strassburg, CO; stepdaughters Kathryn Harmon of Highlands Ranch, CO, Karen Tipton of Big Sky, MT, Kris Nichols of Highlands Ranch, CO and Cindi Moriarty (Terry) of Assonett, MA; as well as 11 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. George will be missed by many of his family and friends who enjoyed his sense of humor, gentleness, and friendly smile. Rest in Peace George, we love you. A gathering will be held at Viegut Funeral Home on Wednesday July 1, 2015 at 10:30am with burial following at Ft. Logan National Cemetery in Denver at 1:15pm. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer Association in care of Viegut Funeral Home. Go to www.viegutfuneralhome.com for condolences.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 28, 2015
McCluskey, Thomas - Loveland  
Thomas "Tommy" McCluskey; 58, of Loveland, CO went home June 24, 2015. Tommy was born August 23, 1956 in Brooklyn, NY to Arthur and Barbara McCluskey. Growing up in Brooklyn he attended St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School until 1972 when he and his family moved to Loveland, CO. Tommy graduated from Loveland High School in 1975. While at Loveland High he was a member of the baseball team as a pitcher. He received the nickname "Thunderarm" and proudly held the record for most losses. Tommy was also a sports official for the Loveland Midget Athletic Association. After graduation he joined the Loveland ambulance service as an EMT where he worked until the mid 1980's. He then became a firefighter/paramedic for the North Washington Fire Department. While at the fire department he was an instructor and director of the Adams County Hazardous Materials. Tommy was also instrumental in organizing fundraisers for various charities in the Denver area while being a fireman. In the late 1990's, he retired as a lieutenant from the North Washington Fire Department. After retirement Tommy moved back to Loveland, CO and started his own lawn and sprinkler installation business. He was always taking care of others and made many new friends along his journey. Tommy loved hunting, fishing and camping, but nothing compared to his love for the 4th of July and fireworks. He always loved to make a loud "BOOM". Tommy is survived by his mother Barbara McCluskey of Loveland, CO, brothers, Robert "Bones" McCluskey of Aurora, CO and Paul McCluskey of Loveland, CO, sisters, Jeannie Arispe and Kathleen "Kate" Lobato and her husband Joshua of Johnstown, CO, Margaret "Peggy" Clark and her husband Joseph and Geralyn "Geri" Barleen of Loveland, CO, nieces and nephews Aaron "AJ", Eric, Larissa, and Alison Clark. Alexandria "Alex", Justin, and Morgan Barleen, Travis, Shaelyn, and Kirsten Arispe, and Mason and Jessamyn Lobato, as well as, great niece Quinnley Clark and great nephew Travis Arispe, and brother-in-laws Severo Aripse and Kenneth Barleen. Tommy is also survived by Dan Monacelli and multiple cousins, aunts, and uncles. As well as, special friends Tony Steen, Larry Wyka, and Markn Brechbill. Tommy was preceded in death by his father Arthur McCluskey, grandparents Thomas and Rhoda Walsh, Audley and Sara Osborne, aunts and uncles Joan and Robert Whelen, William Osborne and the Rev. Martin Osborne. A special thank you to the wonderful CNA's and nurses from Accentcare. Especially Melanie, Sarah, Steve, Gina and Tanya. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. John's Catholic Church. Visitation will take place from 5-7:00 p.m. Monday at Kibbey Fishburn Funeral Home, with a Vigil Service at 7:00 p.m. Interment Loveland Burial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to the Larimer County Humane Society in care of Kibbey Fishburn Funeral Home.
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Published in ReporterHerald.com on June 27, 2015
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