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Burger, Lucille - Longmont  
Lucille Dawn Burger passed away April 30, 2016 at Peaks Care Center. She was born September 20, 1938 in Guthrie County, Iowa to Arthur and Lucille (Stewart) Kuster. Lucille married Robert Burger on October 26, 1957 in Greenfield, Iowa. She was a Homemaker and mother, they moved to Longmont in 1973. Lucille was a member of Calvary Church; she also enjoyed gardening, crafts, crocheting, and her animals. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Robert and daughter Teresa. Lucille is survived by her sons; Tracy Burger wife Fern, Ken Burger wife Traci and John Burger, her daughters; Kam Williams, Belinda Marquina husband Cesar and Kimberly Harrison husband Travis, grandchildren; Zack, Jeanene, Vincent, Ryan, Noah, Stevie and Jaylynn, four brothers and three sisters. Visitation will be 5 PM to 7 PM Tuesday May 3, at Ahlberg Funeral Chapel. Graveside service will be 11 AM Wednesday May 4, 2016 at Foothills Gardens of Memory Cemetery. Contributions can be made to Calvary Church of Longmont. Share condolences at www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on May 2, 2016
Cheyne, Donald  
Donald "Don" George Cheyne, loving father and grandfather, passed in peace on Sunday, May 1, 2016 at the age of 76. Don will be fondly remembered as a life-long avid fisherman, devoted and entertaining friend, proud father and grandfather. Don was born on February 19, 1940 in Yonkers, New York to Elizabeth "Betty" Cheyne, who emigrated from Belfast, Northern Ireland, and George Cheyne, who emigrated from Glasgow, Scotland. Don enlisted in the United States Navy at the age of 17 and served our country as a UDT "Frogman" for several years before being honorably discharged. He married Leslie (Geissinger) Adler in May 1963 and had three children who survive him: Lisa Marino (Ft. Collins), Don Cheyne "Jr." (Mead), and Laura Ammarell Deasy (Highlands Ranch). He is survived by seven grandchildren: Tatum Ammarell, Trevor Ammarell, Taryn Ammarell, Brian Deasy, and Reese Deasy, all of Highlands Ranch; Cayley Cheyne of Mead; and Sophia Marino of Ft. Collins. Friends and family will join in a celebration of his life on Monday, May 9, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at Howe Mortuary. Donations in memory of Don may be sent to Lakewood Villa, where a staff of incredible and devoted caretakers who loved him dearly took gentle care of him in his last days with us. Please visit www.howemortuary.com to share thoughts, memories and condolences with the family.
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on May 4, 2016
Hanna, Helen - Longmont  
Helen Alveda Yeager McCarty Hanna, 98, of Longmont, Colorado died peacefully on April 28, 2016. Helen was born on January 30, 1918 to Harry Yeager and Alveda Johnson Yeager in the family home built by her grandfather, Andrew W. Johnson, on the homestead. She and her brothers, Bob, Glenn, Carl and Hal attended country school through the eighth grade. The Yeager children and their cousins, the Lunds, walked across the family farms to the Beasley Country School. Helen attended Longmont High School and graduated with honors in 1935. Following graduation she worked in Dr. Finnell's office in downtown Longmont. Helen spoke fondly of her work assisting patients. Helen met Horace G. McCarty in Longmont. Helen and Horace were married at the Yeager family home on October 12, 1938. Helen and Horace made their home in Longmont, where Horace practiced law for many years. They raised four sons on 9th Avenue. Helen lent a listening ear and was a mother to many through the years. Horace died in September, 1981. Helen moved back to the Johnson-Yeager family home and farm where she was born and raised, in 1989. Helen loved the farm and enjoyed the twenty-five years of retirement that she lived there. In 1998, Helen married William J. Hanna. Helen and Bill both loved their homes, and spent time at Bill's home in Boulder canyon and on the farm. Helen and Bill enjoyed traveling, visiting family and friends. They attended both the Central Presbyterian Church in Longmont and the First Presbyterian Church in Boulder. Bill died in May, 2013. Helen was an active member of the Longmont Music Club, Help Each Other (HEO), Country Club and Monday's. Helen learned to play the piano as a child, and enjoyed playing until she was in her mid nineties. When she wasn't playing the piano, she loved listening to music. Helen was a Republican precinct chairperson for thirty years, just as her mother, Veda, was for thirty years before her. Helen was predeceased by her sons, Dan and Tim, her husbands Horace and Bill, her brothers and their wives, and her cousins. She is survived by her son, Mick (Darlene) and their children, Mary Helen (Bret) and Mark (Emmanuelle), all of Cody Wyoming. She is also survived by her son, Pat (Kathy) and their children, Dan (Morgan), Heather (Brandon) all of Parachute, Colorado and Jamie of Laramie, Wyoming. Her great-grandchildren are Anna (Jared), Sara, David, Sebastien and Matthieu all of Cody, Wyoming and Samantha and Colton of Parachute, Colorado. Helen is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and her cousins' children. Services will be held at 10:30 AM on Monday, May 2, 2016, at CENTRALongmont (Central Presbyterian Church) in Longmont, Colorado followed by internment at Greenlawn Cemetery in Berthoud, Colorado. Visit www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com to share condolences.
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on Apr. 30, 2016
Kelso, Mary  
Mary Gemeny Kelso, 86, died at TRU Hospice Center, early Thursday morning, April 28, surrounded by family. She is survived by her husband, Jack, her two children, Colette and William, three grandchildren, Lara, Rye, and AJ, and by one great-grandchild, June Dylan Wallace. Mrs. Kelso was preceded in death by her parents and her older sister, Virginia Davis, with whom she remained close throughout her life. Mary Kelso was born January 20, 1930, in Chicago, Illinois, to Rawlinson and Irene Gemeny. She graduated from high school in 1947, and attended Northern Illinois State Teacher's College (now NIU), where she met her husband Alec John "Jack" Kelso. Jack and Mary were married in Chicago on December 29, 1951. They moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where Jack completed his PhD in anthropology, and Mary worked as an elementary school teacher. Their first child, Colette Anne, was born in Ann Arbor in 1953. In 1957 the Kelsos moved to Boulder, where Jack had taken a position as Instructor of anthropology at the University of Colorado. Their second child, William Robert, was born in Boulder in 1961. Boulder remained their primary home, but they also lived briefly in Honolulu, Hawaii, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Gainesville, Florida. In the spring of 1977, the Kelsos traveled around the world on the Semester-at-Sea program. Since 2011, they have lived at the Frasier Meadows retirement community. At the time of Mary's death, they had been married for 64 years. Mary was raised Episcopalian, but converted to Catholicism in 1975, her husband's religion. Together, over the years, they attended St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, the Church of the Sacred Heart of Mary, and St. Martin DePorres, all in Boulder. Mary enjoyed entertaining and cooking, and she belonged to severak luncheon groups. She kept in close touch with several high school friends throughout her life. She sang and played the autoharp and the ukulele. Together the Kelsos enjoyed an active social life with other CU faculty members and their families. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 7, at 1 pm, in the Mountain Vista room at Frasier Meadows. A larger celebration of Mary's life is planned for early June. Friends and family will be notified of details for the June event as they become available. She will be dearly missed as Mary, Mom, and Mimi, as she was known to those closest to her.
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on May 2, 2016
Kiteley, Ernest - Longmont  
Ernest Mark Kiteley, 93, passed away April 29, 2016 at Life Care Center of Longmont. He was born September 15, 1922 in Longmont to Mark and Gertrude (Spencer) Kiteley. Ernest graduated from Longmont High School and furthered his education with agriculture classes. On September 17, 1949 he married Florence Gunst in Longmont. Ernest was a life-long farmer, raising crops and livestock on the farm northeast of Longmont near Mead. He never truly retired, always engaged in some activity or work related to the farm, even to just before his death. Ernest was an avid pilot, flying his own plane for many years. He was an active member of the Civil Air Patrol having participated in many search and rescue missions. He was also a member of the Liberty Hall Grange, the Water Board and the Mead Volunteer Fire Department. Ernest enjoyed model railroading. He loved animals and enjoyed his many pets over the years. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Florence in 2007, sisters Florence and Margaret, brother Tom, and brother-in-law Robert Gunst. Ernest is survived by two daughters Karen Kiteley (Pat Brocklehurst) and Diane Kulm (Jerome); grandchildren Corey Kulm (Ashley) and Natalie Cullen (Eric); great granddaughter Violet Kulm and several nieces and nephews. Ernest's family will receive friends at a visitation 5:00 to 7:00 pm Thursday, May 5, 2016 at the Ahlberg Funeral Chapel. Private family graveside service will be Friday at Longmont Mountain View Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice. Visit www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com to share condolences.
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on May 3, 2016
Morehouse, Doris - Berthoud  
Doris Morehouse passed away April 23, 2016 at TRU Community Care Center in Louisville, CO Doris was born in Hopkins, MO on April 3, 1930 to Ruby Lynn Kivett and Ross Garten. She was raised in Hopkins and graduated from Hopkins High School in 1947. She married her high school sweetheart, Gene Morehouse, in 1948. They enjoyed 67 years together. Doris and Gene moved to Colorado in 1959, coming from Greeley, then Longmont and eventually Berthoud. Doris held various bookkeeping jobs throughout her life. The joy of her life was her family. Doris is survived by daughters, Tracy (Bob) Lee and Robin (Doug) Seewald, grandsons, Andy (Kamie) Lee, Kyle (Larissa) Seewald and Jay Seewald, great grandson, Lane Seewald, sister-in-law, Carole Oberhauser and Phyllis Morehouse along with numerous nephews and nieces. Preceded in death by her husband, Gene Morehouse (8-16-2015), parents; 6 brothers and 3 sisters. A Celebration of Gene and Doris's Life will be held at 3:00 pm, Saturday, April 30, 2016, First Presbyterian Church of Berthoud, 531 8th St., Berthoud, CO 80513. The Family would like to thank all the wonderful staff at TRU Community Care Hospice for the loving care they provided. Contributions: TRU Community Care Hospice, 2594 Trailridge Drive E, Lafayette, CO 80026. Carroll-Lewellen Funeral & Cremation Services is entrusted with arrangements.
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on Apr. 28, 2016
Munsell, Cleo  
Cleo Faye Munsell, 78, of Ft. Morgan, previous long time Longmont resident died Mar. 25, 2016, at Valley View Villa, from lung cancer. She was born in Brush, CO on June 8, 1937 to Roy L. & Lillie (Killough) Stickley. Cleo grew up around the Brush area, and graduated from Brush High School in 1955. She married Howard Munsell in 1955. She was an excellent bookkeeper for their numerous family businesses, starting with Howard's Propane in Broomfield, the sale barn in Longmont, Longmont Livestock Commission Co, Longmont Feed Store, Longmont Furniture & Misc. Auction and Longmont Livestock Trailer Sales. She later divorced. Cleo was a devoted and loving Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother and friend. She loved spending time with her family and was always active and helpful. She will be greatly missed. She was preceded in death by her parents, 5 brothers, 3 sisters and her beloved grandson Josh Munsell. Cleo is survived by her three children Joy (Milo) Wilson, of Orchard, CO, Susie (Lorenzo) Martinez of Minturn, CO and Wayne (Heather) Munsell of Milliken CO; sister Bertha (John) Revis of Orting, WA; grandchildren, Andy (Regan) Wilson, Katie (Matt) Denny, Jeremy (Christine) Munsell, Rose Martinez, Steven (Crissy) Munsell, Wayne (Eden) Munsell, Miranda (Keith) Munsell, Kassie Tocko, Nikki (Caleb) Briles; great-grandchildren, Grady & Jessa Wilson, Cole, Coy & Clay Denny, Paris Tocko, Braelyn Frank, and Shelby & Caden Briles; and numerous nieces and nephews. If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever A celebration of Cleo's life was held March 28th at the Weldon Valley Presbyterian Church in Goodrich, CO with interment service on March 29th at Brush Memorial Cemetery. Condolences may be sent in care of Ahlberg Funeral Chapel, 326 Terry St., Longmont, CO 80501, or www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on Apr. 27, 2016
Oskarson, Donna - Fort Morgan  
Donna Y. Oskarson, 84, died of injuries suffered in a fire on July 1, 2015, near her home. She was born November 28, 1930, in Morris County, KS to Claud & Naomi Furney. Donna graduated from High School in Boulder, CO in 1947 and worked with the telephone company. She married David Oskarson on September 1, 1950 in Boulder. In 1953 they moved to a farm in the Erie, CO area, where they raised their three children. Donna was a homemaker for many years and then started working at Longmont United Hospital. She retired after 29 years of dedicated service. In 2000 David & Donna moved to the Wiggins, CO community to be closer to their son and his family. Donna was a member of the Church of Christ and the Longmeadow Club. Donna enjoyed gardening. She always had flowers blooming outside and when the weather made it necessary, she moved them inside. She had fresh tomatoes year around, if the plants would produce. Donna also enjoyed the time spent with friends at the Out West Senior Center in Wiggins. Surviving family includes her three children, Davonna (David) Scott of Oakland, MD, Darrell (Marianne) Oskarson of Wiggins, and Daniel (Jennifer) Oskarson of Wamego, KS, and her 4 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, 1 sister, and her parents. A memorial service will be held Saturday, May 7, 2016, at the Church of Christ in Fort Morgan at 10:00 AM. Private inurnment in the Hoyt Cemetery will take place at a later date. The Heer Mortuary & Crematory was entrusted with the cremation arrangements. Condolences to family at www.heermortuary.com.
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on May 2, 2016
Trainer, BryAnn - Longmont  
December 18, 1962 - April 24, 2016 BryAnn Christine Brunk Trainer, a daughter of Longmont, CO, and resident of Kansas City, MO, fell asleep April 24, 2016 in the company of her family and confident in the resurrection promise. She led a joyous and rewarding life, and was loved by those around her. Bry, as she was often called, was the cherished daughter of Larry and Teddi Archuleta Brunk, and brother of Matthew Brunk. She was born in Longmont. Her grandparents, Carl and Maybelle Brunk, and aunt, Sharon Brunk Bunting, assisted in Bry's care. BryAnn became the beloved wife of Jeff Trainer on April 2, 1983, and mother of Jon (May 1984), Ethan (Jan. 1996), and Elijah (Dec. 1997). She was an aunt of Madison Brunk, and Caleb and Levi Wilson. Through her grandparents, Theodore and Marie Archuleta, Bry was a daughter of early Spanish explorers of Colorado and New Mexico. Her heritage was primarily British Isles, Western Europe, and Native American. Bry graduated from Longmont's Skyline High School in 1981 and later attended Maple Woods Community College (MCC-Kansas City). She worked, at times, as a Curves fitness trainer, in bank customer services, and as a teller supervisor. She displayed artistry in guitar, needlepoint, and painting. In addition, Bry volunteered much of her life in full-time Christian ministry, serving over twelve years as a pioneer minister of Jehovah's Witnesses. She made many friends and delighted in a warm relationship with Jehovah, explaining that it must be tasted to fully appreciate. Bry was kind and engaged in many caring endeavors reflecting her Christian values. For example, she learned American Sign Language to befriend a young child, became conversant, and skillfully used the talent to help others with life's challenges. In 1993, Bry and Jeff relocated to Missouri to assist his parents, Dean and Francetta Trainer, with their farm. They returned, at least annually, to the Rocky Mountains to visit and enjoy family excursions. During her journeys, Bry summited Longs Peak and other Colorado mountains, explored Native American ruins in North and Central America, visited many national parks, and enjoyed Caribbean island excursions. Her friends will appreciate that BryAnn was deeply treasured by her husband and sons, who commend her in the context of Proverbs 31:28, 29: "Her children rise up and declare her happy; Her husband rises up and praises her. There are many capable women, But you - you surpass them all." A memorial service will be held for BryAnn Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 1:00 pm, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 1501 NE 65th St, Kansas City (Gladstone), MO 64118. In lieu of flowers, please enjoy an occasion with your family and friends. During her lifetime, BryAnn selflessly assisted her neighbors. Her hope was that everyone love our Creator and enjoy life as she will again (Job 14:14-15; John 11:25; Rev. 21:1-4).
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on Apr. 27, 2016
Wilkes, Donald L. - Torrington  
Memorial services for DONALD L. WILKES, 86, will be held at 1pm Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at the Yoder Community Church with Pastor Michael Elliott officiating. Don died April 21, 2016 at the Goshen Community Health Care and cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Hawk Springs Ambulance Service. Arrangements are under the direction of the Colyer Funeral Home and friends may send condolences to the family at www.colyerfuneralhome.com. Don was born December 4, 1929 in Matheson, Colorado the son of Lyman and Mabel (Ashcraft) Wilkes. He grew up and received his education in Longmont, Colorado where he graduated high school. He married Doris Killough on November 6, 1949 in Longmont. They moved to Parker, Colorado to ranch and then lived in several places before coming back to Longmont and then moving to Hawk Springs, Wyoming where he ranched for many years. Don loved cattle and farming. He was a member of the Elks, the IOOF, the American Angus Association, the Wyoming Stockgrowers Association, and the Wyoming Angus Association. Don is survived by two daughters, Diana Guest of Hawk Springs, Wyoming and Diedra (Mike) Anderson of Lingle, Wyoming; two sons, Donald (Debbie) Wilkes of Palmdale, California and Darrell (GayLynn) Wilkes of Hawk Springs; one brother, Dick (Joyce) Wilkes of Longmont, Colorado; ten grandchildren; and fifteen great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters; one grandson, Dane Wilkes; and a granddaughter, Stacey Houk.
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Published in Longmont Times-Call on Apr. 27, 2016
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