Only in America can we still make fun of the idiocy of Trump.
Nick was my client, my friend, my family. I have a lot to say about him. First, here’s what others have said and said well. From Scott Rochat at the … Read More
It is with great sadness I received the news of Mary Pitt’s recent passing. We were friends on the social media platform Facebook for years. Loved her attitude, loved her … Read More
I liked Kaye right from the start.
I knew Tony Green under many names, his given name as well as all of his adventuring names.
Josh and Sherry Zander were two of the finest people I’ve ever known.
Blessings come wrapped in tragedies. I thank God for my blessings and give honor to those gone beyond who await me now.
My uncle Mickey was one of the first men I met who was truly *gentle* with me and playful as I was. His hugs were so encompassing, like no danger or harm could reach me in his arms. All my childhood cares were swept away when I was with him and he made my soul rise up and catch fire. I thank God for his love, it was a wonderful gift to me and transformed my heart.
William D. “Mickey” Rowe, 83, of Vandergrift passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Friday, May 29, 2015 in his home.
Helen R. Talbott, longtime resident of Montrose and the Western Slope, passed away in Fruita on Friday, May 9, 2014. She was 76.
Cynthia Lynn Owens, aged 55, died peacefully in her sleep on April 1, 2014 at her townhome in Erie of natural causes. Cindy was born January 27, 1959, in Gary, Indiana, the daughter of Richard and Dorothy Beier, now of Frederick, Colorado.
The animals of God’s creation inhabit the skies, the earth, and the sea. They share in the fortunes of human existence and have a part in human life. God, who confers his gifts on all living things, has often used the service of animals or made them symbolic reminders of the gifts of salvation.
A poetic eulogy for my mother.
Mary Frances Gregory, aged 68, of Hygiene, CO, beloved mother of Amy and her husband Bob, grandmother of Jacob and aunt of Meghan and Jeremy departed for heaven (we hope) on Sunday December 2, 2012 after a courageous battle with breast cancer, life, obesity and rude people.
I had the good fortune to meet Scott’s widow Tammi eight years after his death. Even at that huge distance of time I could feel what a good man he must have been. I wish I could have met him but I’m grateful that his legacy has come to me to preserve and protect. It’s an honor to be associated with the Hofferber family. Rest in peace Scott, you are fondly remembered and greatly missed.