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    Dolores Johnson

    Loving mother of three sons ans seven grand children passed away quietly on March 11, 2020 after a brief illness, she will be dearly missed.  She leaves behind her passion for her garden and her roses which she loved tending to.  After moving here from Arizona in 2007 with her husband of 62 years, she spent time with the grand children watching football games, basketball games and tending her garden. Rest in peace Nana.

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    Ferrill Diane Stromley

    Ferrill Diane Stromley was born in rural Iowa on August 24, 1942 to parents Loren and Birdie (Curtis) Shoup. She was always called by her middle name, Diane. The youngest of four children, she grew up in New Virginia, Iowa and attended high school in Pleasantville, Iowa. Diane met her husband, James Stromley, at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. The pair were married on June 6, 1964 and they were to celebrate their 56th anniversary in June. Jim and Diane lived in Charleston, West Virginia for six years before moving to Broomfield, Colorado in 1972, where they have lived ever since. In Colorado, Diane finished her college education…

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    Anneliese Kropp

    Anneliese Friederike Krapp was born January 31, 1922 in Königssteele,  Germany to Heinrich and Katharina Krapp. She was baptized February 12, 1922 in the name of the Triune God at Evangelische Friedenskirche in Königssteele, Germany, and through this sacrament became a member of the One, Holy, Christian and Apostolic Church. She is a child of the King of Kings. On April 5, 1936, Anneliese publicly confessed her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ upon her confirmation at Evangelische Luther-Kirche in Bochum-Dahlhausen, Germany. Her confirmation verse was Psalm 121:7 —”The Lord shall preserve you from all evil; He shall preserve your soul.” Seventy years ago she stood at the Lord’s altar and…

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    LaDonna Meske

    LaDonna Bernita Meske, nee Repschlaeger, of Broomfield, Colorado went home to her Lord Jesus on February 15, 2020. She was preceded in death by her husband Orlan L. Meske (February 8, 2014), brothers Leroy and Kurt, and sisters Leora and Alice. She is survived by her sons Daryl Meske (Sandy) of Frederick, CO; Joel Meske (Susan) of Broomfield, CO; Neil Meske (Melissa) of Waco, Texas; Randal Meske (Lucia) of Centennial, CO; and her sister-in-law Lori Predoehl of Nashville, TN. LaDonna has 10 grandchildren: Joshua Heuring, Nicole London (Tony), Taylor Gibson (Brandon), Ryan Meske (Tiffany), Zachary Meske, Kaitlin Thornton (Alex), Garret Meske, Bettina Meske, Bianca Meske, and Daria Meske.  She is…

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    Jean Lehmann

    On Thursday February 13, 2020, Jean Marie (DeBates) Lehmann, loving wife and mother passed away at the age of 57. Jeanie was born in Mt. Clemens, Michigan to Spike and Shirley (Dickey) DeBates on November 14th, 1962.  She grew up and attended school in Roseville, MI until 1971 when her family moved to Hardwick, MN.  She continued her education at Hardwick Elementary and Laverne Junior/Senior High Schools, graduating in 1980.  After high school she moved to Colorado to be with family, continuing her education at Front Range Community College. She also worked at StorageTrek during this time where she met the love of her life, Tom Lehmann.  They married August…

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    David McGoldrick

    David T. (Dave) McGoldrick died on February 11th at his home in Broomfield, Colorado after a brief illness.  He was 87.  Dave is survived by his wife of 63 years, Nancy C. McGoldrick, 7 children; Anne (Scott) Beard, Kathleen (Magell) Candelaria, Colleen (Paul) Weaverling, David (Cathy), Teresa (Marc) Buttler, Michael (Kate), Irene (Mike Hogan), 17 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, and 1 brother. Born in 1932, the son of William and Margaret McGoldrick, he grew up on the family dairy farm on the Sherman/Gaylordsville border in western Connecticut.  He attended the Gaylordsville one-room schoolhouse for 5 years, graduated from the Sherman Consolidated school in 1945 and New Milford High School in 1949. …

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    Susan Ann Leenerman

    Susan Leenerman, 66, of Broomfield, CO passed away on Tuesday, February 4th after a courageous battle with leukemia. An ardent supporter of her daughters and family, Sue was known for her grace and compassion.  She will be most remembered for her love of family and friends.  Sue’s courage and determination will continue as a model for her family throughout our lives. Susan was born October 5, 1953 in Milwaukee, WI.  She is preceded in death by her father Joseph Raschke, her mother Ludmilla (Holicek) Raschke, and her brother James Raschke.  Susan is survived by her husband, Gregory Leenerman of Broomfield, CO and her children, Emma Leenerman (Mike Daniels) of Grand…

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    Vernon Indermuhle

    Vernon C. Indermuhle of Broomfield, Colorado, passed away on February 2, 2020, at the age of 91. Vern was born on May 15, 1928, in Boise, Idaho, to Charles and Lena Indermuhle. Vernon and his older sister Charlene shared many memories of a loving family and a wonderful childhood. After graduating from high school in Meridian, Idaho, he worked for a few years before enlisting in the U.S. Navy in 1950. He served as an Aviation Electronics Technician, Second Class aboard vessels VF63 and VF191 from 1950 to 1954. During his time in the Navy, he earned the right to wear the ribbons for Korean service, United Nations, National Defense,…

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    William B Anderson

    William (W.B.) “Andy” Anderson, our father and grandfather who was affectionately known as “Papa Dub”, passed away in Broomfield, Colorado on Monday, January 27th. He was born June 6, 1921 in Cherokee County, Texas. Dad was preceded in death by our mom, Ruby, his wife for 68 years; three brothers, Eddie, Travis and Harold, and one sister, Ina Valynn. Dad is survived by his daughters Deanna, Carolyn, Lila and Mary Lou, nine grandchildren and nineteen great-grandchildren. Dad proudly served in the U. S. Navy during World War II on the USS O’Bannon Navy destroyer.  He was in the Asiatic Pacific Campaign as part of America’s greatest generation. After his honorable…

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    Dorothy L. Schultz

    Dorothy L. Schultz, 51-year resident of the Broomfield area, passed away on January 27th. She was a longtime parishioner at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church. Born Dorothy Luedtke, she was married to Theodore W. Schultz and the couple was blessed with two sons. Dorothy was preceded in passing by her son William R. Schultz and her husband. She is survived by her son Theodore J. Schultz and his wife Karen; grandchildren Zachary Schultz and Courtney Brown (and her husband Dan); and great-grandson Theodore E. Brown.