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Ted L. Aragon (1944-2014)

69 of Golden. Preceded in death by father, Jesus; uncle, Frank. Survived by his wife, Melissa; son Lowen; daughter Elena; grandson Garrett; great grandchildren, Araya and Avery; mother, Barbara; brothers, Sam, Ed, Clay, John, Jesse, Michael, Joseph, George, James; sisters, Maria, Bernadette, Barbara and Annette; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Ted was born in Albuquerque, NM to Jesus Jose and Barbara Aragon. He was the third of 14 children. He attended St. Mary's High School; He received his BA in Political Science & Psychology at the University of New Mexico; Juris Doctorate and LLM graduate tax program at the University of Denver. Ted served in the US Army from 1968 to 1973. His final rank was Second Lieutenant. He received the bronze star, US Army Commendation, Civil Action medal of the republic of Vietnam. He was an Attorney for 40 years. Ted was a role model for the family. He paved the way for his younger siblings for college, and military service. He had a deep commitment to and care for all his family members. Viewing, Thursday from 9:30am-10am, Funeral service to follow at 10am at Romero Metro West Chapel, Lakewood. Military Honors interment, Ft. Logan at 12:15, stage area "C".

Ted died in an auto accident May 21, 2014.

Clinton Berry (1945-2014)

Clinton Aloyse (Cabby) Berry, III of Nashville, TN, 69, formerly of Owensboro, KY died on May 22, 2014. Clinton was born to C. A. and Frances Ruth Berry on May 31, 1944 at Jackson Infirmary in Jackson, MS. He was a graduate of Owensboro Catholic High School where he played golf and basketball. He attended and graduated from Mississippi State University on a golf scholarship. Clinton earned his Masters of Business Administration from Middle Tennessee State University. He was retired from the Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development, Energy Division. Clinton was a veteran of the United States Army serving in the Vietnam War earning the Bronze Star Medal. He is survived by one son, Ian Clinton Berry of Murfreesboro, TN, one grandson, Caelin Adams Berry of Nashville, one sister, Anne Berry Alexander of Owensboro, KY and one brother Steve (Jean) Berry of Paducah, KY, several nieces, nephews, cousins and many close friends in Tennessee. A memorial service will be held in Nashville, TN on Wednesday, June 4 at Christ the King Catholic Church, West Wing Parish Hall, 3001 Belmont Boulevard. Visitation will be from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., service at 2:00 p.m. A memorial service and funeral will be held in Owensboro, KY on June 7 at 12:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 4029 Frederica Street. Visitation at the church from 11:00 a.m. to 12: 00 p.m., funeral following at 12:00 p.m. Burial will take place immediately following the funeral at the Mater Dolorosa Cemetery in Owensboro. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society, 1302 Frederica Street, Owensboro, KY 42301 or Owensboro Catholic High School, 1524 W. Parrish Avenue, Owensboro, KY 42301.

Walker Paul Fox (Deceased - 2004)

Paul FoxPaul served 10-1/2 yrs in the Army, most of that as an Aircraft Maintenance Officer (Rotary wing). He got out in 1978, and had various careers, from building houses in Houston during boom times there, then into sales of heavy equipment in south Texas. We then moved to central Texas, and he became a real estate sales person which was the career he loved most.

He died on Halloween, 2004 of a cardiac arrest during a catheter procedure. He went quickly, but he did get to fly again in a helicopter as they life flighted him to a San Antonio hospital and he talked to the EMS guys and the pilot the whole way.

Paul Fox- Chu Lai Viet Nam

Paul's chopper - Chu Lai Viet Nam

James W. Hunter

Donald Hamma (Deceased 2016)

In Memory 2017Plaque from 2017 In Memory ceremony

Robert A. Kinney Jr. (Deceased 2000)

Craig C. Lampe (Deceased 2007)

LAMPE, RICHARD CRAIG 1945-2007. Richard Craig Lampe was born in Paterson, N.J., on March 19, 1945, and after a courageous three-and-a-half-year battle with pancreatic cancer, died at his home in Portland on Jan. 17, 2007. Craig was born the second child of Anita and John Lampe. His early life was spent in Glen Rock, N.J., where he grew up with his older brother Bruce and younger sister Allyson. After his mother's death in 1955 his father married Pauline Conner and the family doubled in size adding brothers Bill and Larry and sister Pat. Craig made lifelong friends in Glen Rock. Craig received a Bachelor of Science in business and administration from Westminster College and then went directly to Officer Candidate School. He proudly served as an Army first lieutenant in Vietnam where he received several medals including the Bronze Star for "Meritorious achievement in ground operations against hostile forces." During his marriage (1968-1981), to Sally Logerquist, Stewart John Lampe was born. After Vietnam, Craig worked for Congoleum Corporation for six years and then joined Wanke Cascade where he retired after 25 years as V.P. of marketing and sales. He was active in floor covering associations both nationally and in the northwest. He also earned his real estate license and sold custom homes in Portland for Nick Bunick. In 1985 Craig married Janis Hendricks. Craig is survived by his wife, Jan; son, Stewart; stepdaughter, Jennifer; stepson, Jeff; sister, Allyson; brother, Bruce; stepbrothers, Bill and Larry; stepsister, Pat; stepmother, Pauline; five grandchildren; and many other family members. He was predeceased by his mother, Anita, and his father, John. Craig made lifelong friendships too numerous to name, some extending back to second grade at Byrd School. At his 10th Glen Rock High School Reunion he listed his interests as "wine, women and song." His sense of humor was known to all. Many also were familiar with his alter ego, Johnny Rocket. His other interests included running and creation of office pools, making and maintaining lists, and during his last months, communication with his bookie in Chicago. Craig was a four-and-a-half-year survivor of prostate cancer. Craig's family would like to especially thank Stephanie and the nurses at Providence Hospice, Dr. Jeff Menashe and his staff and Dr. Jeremy Weiss. Their care created the personal, loving environment for his long survival of pancreatic cancer. We thank everyone who supported us in prayer and personally during the last years. A celebration of Craig's life will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, at Summit View Covenant Church, 15900 S.W. Regatta Lane, Beaverton, OR 97006. Remembrances may be sent to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 2141 Rosecrans Avenue, #7000, El Segundo, CA 90245;

Edward C Maier, II (Deceased July 6, 1998)

Edith W. Shugarts (Deceased December 8, 2003)

Obituary for Edith W. Shugarts

James R. Trigg (Deceased 1997)

Jim attended Kansas State where he obtained his undergraduate degree and after serving in Viet Nam returned to Kansas State for his MBA.

James Richards Trigg, an executive at NationsBank, died Friday (Oct. 31, 1997) at his home in Clayton. The cause of death was unavailable. He was 53.

Mr. Trigg had just been appointed general bank support executive for NationsBank's service company. He was also an executive vice president at NationsBank, specializing in change management and merger transition. Last year, he moved here to oversee the merger with Boatmen's Bank.

He joined NationsBank in 1981 as manager of agribusiness and commodities in the specialized industries division of NationsBank in Charlotte, N.C. He held several executive posts in Charlotte and Miami, Fla., before he rose to his new position.

John Van Nostrand (Deceased 2008)

John J. Van Nostrand, 62, died unexpectedly at his home in East Sandwich, MA on December 21, 2008. He served his country with honor in Vietnam. More recently, he was a devoted member of Corpus Christi Church. He was predeceased by his parents, Francis and Agnes Van Nostrand, whom he cared for selflessly in their old age. John is survived by a brother, Dr. Francis Van Nostrand and his wife Taka; and two nephews, Christopher and David, who will remember him as a kind and generous uncle.

Richard A. Wilson (Deceased 2008)

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