David S. Dodson (Double D) of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, passed away at his home on Monday December 10, 2018, at the age of 71. He was a dearly loved son, husband, brother, cousin, uncle and friend to all. He was born to Stanley Dodson and Martina Wilson Dodson on January 10, 1947, in Glenwood Springs,
John T. Campbell (Jason) passed away in his home in Glenwood Springs on November 14, 2018. Jason was born in Troy, New York, on May 15, 1948. He grew up in North Caldwell, New Jersey, where he excelled at track, played soccer and ran cross country in high school. He matriculated at Bucknell University in
Peter Van Domelen III, of Boulder, CO, died peacefully on November 11, surrounded by his family. He was 90 years old. Pete was born on August 4, 1928, in Holland, Michigan, to Beatrice and Peter Van Domelen Jr. He and his younger sister Lucille were raised in Holland where Pete developed a lifetime love for
Richard F. Kaufman passed away on November 27 after an accidental fall while vacationing with his family in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. A physically and mentally vibrant 91-year-old, he lived a full and active life. Beloved by many for his generosity, kindness, and moral integrity, Dick was a pillar of strength to his family, his
Peepers, aka Donald Lee Roberts, passed on 7 November 2018 in St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction after a long battle with MRSA. Peepers was born in Los Angeles, CA on 6 July 1944. He grew up on the beaches of Southern California. Surfing, diving, fishing and any body of water determined much of his
Long-time Aspen resident John McTarnaghan, “Jack,” died September 17, 2018 at the age of 95 in Pearland, Texas. He was born on May 7, 1923 in St. Paul, Minnesota to the late John Arthur McTarnaghan and Hilma Aronson McTarnaghan. He grew up in St. Paul and learned to ski on the hill in his back
Elihu Abrahams, 91, a theoretical physicist specializing in condensed matter, died in Los Angeles after a brief illness. Born in Port Henry, N.Y. to Simon M. and Mildred Mischkind Abrahams, he grew up in Manhattan, attending the Walden School and Brooklyn Tech. He attended the University of California, Berkeley, and served in the Naval ROTC,
Helene Haugland died peacefully on October 25th to join her beloved Doug Haugland. It was a loving end to a life truly well lived — full of love, laughter, grace, elegance, silliness, dancing, and fun, not to mention lots of candy, donut holes, and Triscuits! Helene was a passionate human being who cared for others.
Dustin Kent Morrow expectantly passed away on October 30th, 2018. Born in Colorado Springs April 20th, 1982, Dustin moved to the Western Slope in 2007 and was reborn. He worked for Mountain Air Mechanical for over ten years, and excelled in his field. His work ethic, as well as his infectious personality, led him to
Travel writer and beloved high school teacher, Barbara Floria Orcutt, loses battle with cancer at age 64. Barbara Ann Floria was born January 27, 1954 at home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to industrial designer, James Floria, and artist, Audrey Floria. She grew up in Wisconsin and Connecticut and graduated from New Canaan High School in 1972.
Elliott Robinson, 82, passed away peacefully on October 24th 2018 at his home in Kailua, Hawaii. Elliott was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia on November 17, 1935 to the late Minty and Abro Robinson. He was a husband, father, brother, uncle and world-class athlete. Elliott was a proud 7-time finisher of the Ironman World
Thomas “Pink” Schultze, 74, slipped away on October 18, 2018 from complications related to cancer. Tom graduated from C.K. McClatchy High School in Sacramento in 1962. He was active with Tioga Ski Club and had a penchant for spark plugs and gasoline at an early age. He first moved to Aspen with Jim Ford in
Abbot Joseph M. Boyle, O.C.S.O., of St. Benedict’s Monastery in Snowmass, Colo., died peacefully Sunday, Oct. 21, at the monastery of biliary cancer. He was 77. Born June 14, 1941, in the Bronx, N.Y., Fr. Joseph graduated from Regis High School in New York City in 1959 and began his monastic vocation at St. Benedict’s