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John A. Rund Obituary
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July 23, 2018

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June 5, 2017
My Goodness. What does a person say about someone who has been part of their entire life? I guess you'd have to say, &quot;John, I can't believe you are gone. Although I will miss you dearly, I know that Heaven is a better place today with you in it. My life is better for having known you. You will be sorely missed.&quot; <br /><br />I first started seeing John almost 35 years ago and followed him from Parker Road, to Cherry Creek to Contage. It was refreshing to visit John each month for a haircut. John had a great memory and was always so interested in my family and I. He genuinely cared about everyone and everything. Each time I saw him, he wanted to get an update on our lives. Not just to make small talk. He really wanted to know. In those 35 years I never heard John speak negatively about anyone or anything. John had a great sense of humor. He was always full of funny stories and interesting jokes. <br /><br />John loved life, people, places and things. He shared his family with us. I felt that I knew his mom, dad, brother ( I got to hear all about his trips to Oregon), son (Josh, I got to hear all about your career in the culinary arts) and Miriam (I got to hear all about the nice bottles of wine you both shared and the wonderful brunches over at the Brown Palace) intimately. He spoke of you all very often with the utmost of love and pride. <br /><br />John, you might be gone, but please know, you will not be forgotten.<br /><br />With all of God's love!<br /><br />Glenn, Sue, Kelly and Erik Johnson <br />
May 21, 2017
John was a breath of love and smiles. He was a true friend and just like a brother to me. I met him in 7th grade. I thought he was so handsome; blonde, blue eyes and a smile that you can never forget. We remained friends for over 50 years and I treasured him. I will miss you dear friend, but I am sure you are singing and dancing in heaven now with all the angels.
April 5, 2017
Dear John, I was thinking of you today and just found out you have passed on. You were a special person to me for over 20 years. The best hair stylist ever! Cool and amazing person. I remember you met me early in the morning at your salon before my wedding to do my hair and my young daughter's too. You came to the church (which was actually your church!) to make sure my veil looked perfect with my "updo". No charge, just friendship. You lived an amazing life. RIP
Lisa Meyer
February 13, 2017
John was a long time friend of my wife and I, and was the hair stylist for our two daughters as well. A haircut by John was less of a haircut and more of a catch up with a dear friend. For the past 24 years, I've seen John every 4-5 weeks where he cut my hair before my wedding, before and after my kids were born, to prepare for an important meeting or a vacation. John has been a constant companion.

He gave my girls their first haircut, with them holding their doll for security. "Haircut John" as my daughters would call him, became his honored title in my home.

His kindness, grace, and love of laughter and a good musical number is something I will always remember.

And my last cut from John was a couple days before New Years Eve and ended with my usual "see you soon." Sadly, it isn't the case.

We were blessed to see him one last time during his great care at Denver Hospice to tell him we loved him.

Be Well Haircut John, RIP.

The Boyer's