Neil T. Booth, age 67, passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, Sept. 8.
Leadville native Charles Joseph “Chuck” Bost passed away on July 13 at Glenwood Springs Healthcare Center following a short illness. Born in Leadville on Aug. 23, 1933, Bost attended St. Mary’s School and then Lake County High School.
Gary Edward Brown passed away unexpectedly at his home in Leadville on July 13. He was born on October 24, 1959 in Leadville to Harry and Donna Brown. Leadville was Brown’s hometown. He loved the high country.
Robert F. “Bob” Motis was born on June 18, 1939 in Sterling to John and Lillian (Peterka) Motis. He was a graduate of Yuma Union High School and the University of Northern Colorado, and obtained a master’s degree in education from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. He married Margie Offe…
Paul R. “Pappy” Lowe, Lt., U.S. Navy, passed away July 9. He was 81 years old. There will be no funeral. His ashes will be taken to the top of Mount Elbert by friends and released to the winds, as Pappy requested.
Patricia Ann (Donoher) Bogle, 87, of Clancy, Montana passed away peacefully at home on June 30. Formerly of Colorado Springs, Bogle had recently moved to Montana to live with her daughter’s family.
Gail Ann Meyer Kilgore, 78, passed away on May 22 with family by her side. She passed in hospice care at Penrose Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs. Kilgore resided in Florence before her death.
Emmett Ray Cofer died May 6 in Leadville at age 99 following a fall. He was born Nov. 19, 1921 in Campbellsville, Kentucky, the sixth of seven children of Charles E. Cofer and Martha “Mattie” Jenette Smith.
Evelyn Sue Kerrigan, 84, of Lakewood, and formerly of Leadville, the beloved wife of the late William Louis Kerrigan, passed away peacefully surrounded by her children on March 11.
Letitia M. Young, 97, of Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, and formerly of Vincentown, New Jersey and Leadville, passed away April 9 at the Pleasant Valley Manor in Hamilton Township, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.
Donald Eugene Ferrie, 84, of Leadville passed away on April 10 surrounded by family. Ferrie was happily married to his wife Bev for 61 years, with whom he had two sons, Donald “Rusty” and Patrick.
John T. O’Leary II passed away peacefully on February 15 in Henderson surrounded by family. O’Leary was born in Leadville on June 13, 1933. He was the fourth child out of 13 born to John T. O’Leary and Emma Olga Schlaepfer.
Tomas U. G. Shockey, 70, of Pueblo passed away on February 24. A private family service will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, March 5. An inurnment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. The service may be viewed through live stream on Facebook or YouTube through Romero Family Funeral Home, Pueblo.
Former Leadville Mayor Bud Elliott passed away on Feb. 21. Elliott was a loving grandfather, father, brother, husband and friend. He loved Leadville and its people. After arriving in Leadville in 1994, Elliott spent the rest of his adult life working side-by-side with friends and colleagues …
Richard James Garcia, 71, of Leadville passed away on February 25 after a three month stay in the hospital. Garcia was unexpectedly taken into a hospital in December, where he battled COVID-19, pneumonia and sepsis.
Beverly Ann Gunderman, 81, died unexpectedly of cancer on February 11 at her winter home in Prescott Valley, Arizona. Gunderman was born on February 28, 1939 in Spring Valley, Illinois, to Truman and Mary Jean Combes (deceased). She spent her early years in Central Illinois before moving to …
George Washington Barnett Jr., 86, died of lymphoma on Jan. 16 in Salida. Barnett was born in Minturn on July 5, 1934 to Mae (Wyatt) and George Barnett Sr. He had one sister, Anna Mae, who preceded him in death.
Mary “Joan” Bruce, age 83, passed away on December 19 in Colorado Springs. Bruce lived the last several years at Broadmoor Court where she enjoyed reading, bingo, puzzles and socializing. According to her family, the love, compassion and dignity that the staff from Broadmoor Court and Suncre…
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