Dr. Stanley Hellerstein, age 87, died March 7, 2014 at his home in Kansas City from complications of congestive heart failure.
Roderic B. Park, who served as chancellor of the University of Colorado Boulder, died Sept. 6 at his home, according to the University of California, Berkeley. He was 81.
Today we mourn the tremendous loss and celebrate the amazing life of Stanley S. Ulrich, born in Lancaster County, PA nearly 88 years ago.
Lyn passed away peacefully on Friday, 26 of July at 7:20 PM. She had been plagued with Parkinson’s disease for about 20 years.
Melvin Eugene Clark of Boulder, CO, died peacefully at his home May 17, 2013. He was 96. He was born Oct. 2, 1916 to Ansel B. and Ruth Joy (Bullock) Clark in Ord, Nebraska. The Clark family moved to Boulder in 1920. Melvin attended the University of Colorado-Boulder where he graduated cum laude in chemical engineering in 1937.
James L. Parks, food critic, natty dresser, accomplished traveler, and fish rights activist, died on June 26, 2013.
Bob died May 1, 2013 in Portland. He is survived by his daughters, Elizabeth Meyer, Katherine Shea, Mary Belle Dressler, their husbands, his 4 grandchildren, his beloved friend , Gwen Pierce, and her family.
Jil Rosentrater led a life enriched by the arts and fueled by her crusade that the arts should be accessible to everyone. A long-time Coloradoan, Jil died on Sunday, February 17, 2013 after a courageous struggle with cancer. She was the Director Art in Public Places for the State of Colorado since 2006.
Alroy Bradbury “Brad” Phillips died May 16, 2012 in Boulder, Colorado. He was born April 25, 1917, in St. Louis, Missouri.
Sally Porte Roetzel Lanagan of Concord, IVIA,beloved wife of 45 years of Michael Robert Lanagan, died unexpectedly
Wednesday, February 1st.
February 3, 1974 – June 12, 2012 Jon’s passion for learning was contagious. Jon was dedicated to education and excellence. He was an active participant in the communities that supported his life. North Denver was the community where he grew up and was also raising his family. He supported North Denver and it’s schools. In
by Leslie Church Gloria Chang DiGennaro, an assistant director of human resources who worked at the university for 16 years, died August 25 after a long battle with cancer. She was 68 years old.“She was a very special person and a dear friend to us,” says Virginia Huffman, vice president for human resources. “This is
Richard J. “Dick” Wise (A&S’62, Law’65), 72, died February 23, 2012, after a valiant battle with colon cancer. Dick was born and lived most of his life in Denver, Colorado, and was always proud of being a native son. Some of his early years were spent in Salida, CO where he graduated from high school. He graduated with both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Colorado.
Elizabeth (Betty) Braley Pyle born December 16, 1931, in Greenwich, Conn. passed away June 3 on a beautiful Sunday evening after a long battle with cancer.
Yvonne Elizabeth Northcutt Hickey, (Bonnie), was born June 4, 1919 to Forrest Clifton and Laura May Matteson Northcutt in Denver, CO and passed away at home in Denver on May 22, 2012.
HAVASY, Edward S. ESQ., “Doc,” died at his residence in Ft. Belvoir, Virginia, on May 23, 2011, two weeks after his eighty-sixth birthday of respiratory failure and metastatic bone cancer. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he was given the nickname “Doc” while in high school and it remained with him throughout his life.
Robin Melinda Rasmussen (A&S ’03), 30, of Napa, California, lead pastry cook with Solbar Restaurant at the Solage resort in Calistoga, California, died suddenly in an automobile accident near St. Helena, California, on April 27, 2011.