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Richard Boresen

Richard Byron Boresen, age 83, of Wellington and Fort Collins, Colorado died January 13, 2009 at his home after a lengthy battle with Parkinson’s Disease.
Richard was born October 30, 1925 to Byron and Nannie (Redmond) Boresen in Greeley, Colorado. He grew up in the Greeley area and served in the US Army Aircorp during WW11 as a radar mechanic. On February 9, 1950 he married Wauneta Pirnie at the old Fort Collins courthouse. They farmed together outside of Greeley until they moved to Buckeye near Wellington in 1955.
Richard and Wauneta spent 53 years in Buckeye farming and raising their two children, working with neighbors and owning a concrete lawn ornament business. He enjoyed building, repairing, and creating things in his shop for anyone needing his services. Richard also contributed a great deal to his community and served on various boards.
Richard is survived by his wife, Wauneta, son Dale Boresen and wife Gloria of Fort Collins, daughter Connie Matsuda and husband Kenji of Wellington, four grandchildren, David Boresen and wife Jennifer, Christopher Boresen, Jaclyn Matsuda, Shawn Matsuda, and great grandson Richard Boresen.
A service will be held January 16, 2009 at 10:00 am at the Bohlender Funeral Chapel. Interment will be at the Grandview Cemetery in Fort Collins immediately following the service.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to either the National Parkinson’s Foundation or Pathways Hospice of Larimer County in care of Bohlender Funeral Chapel.

Shirley Brown

Shirley Joy Brown (maiden name Turner) was born on Valentine's Day in 1927 and passed Jan. 12 in Loveland. Two very fitting symbols for the arc of her life--for she was truly a sweetheart.
She graduated from Greeley High in 1945, attended secretarial school in Denver and worked as a bank teller, legal secretary and business owner until retiring in 1991. In 1961, she was named secretary of the year while working at Houchins and Houchins in Greeley.
She also lived in Cheyenne, Page, Arizona, and Wenatchee, Washington.
She and her husband, Owen Brown, returned to Colorado in 1992 after about 12 years in and around Portland, Ore.
Six years after Owen passed, she married Roy Brown of Livermore in 1998. Roy departed in October of 2003.
She spent much of her time as a volunteer at the senior center in Fort Collins.
Shirley is survived by her son, Jerry; and daughter-in-law, Sharon Brown of Red Lodge, Mont.; step-son, Stan Brown and and his wife, Claudia Rolles, of Livermore; step-son, Chuck Brown, also of Livermore; her brother, Art Turner of Fort Bragg, Calif.; her cats and dog, Nicky.
Her Friday Yahtzee gang will miss her, and her them.
A private family service will be held.

Teodora Castillo-Ruiz

Teodora Castillo-Ruiz, wife of Hilario Ruiz passed away on Friday, January 16, 2009. She was 77 years old.
Dora was the mother of Richard Ruiz, Jamie Ruiz, Aurora Ruiz, David Ruiz, Stephen Ruiz, and Louisa Ruiz. Dora has 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
She came from a family of 10 siblings. Five of her siblings still live in Texas.
Dora was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. Loved by family and friends, she will be dearly missed.
A rosary and mass of Christian burial will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday, at Holy Family Catholic Church, 326 N. Whitcomb. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Father Damian de la Cruz will officiate at the service. Those who desire may view Dora, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, at Bohlender Funeral Chapel.

Maurice Albertson

Maurice Lee Albertson was the first child born to Ruby Mullen Albertson and Fred Albertson in Hays, Kan., on Aug. 30, 1918, followed by his sister Mildred, four years later.
He grew up in Hays, attended Fort Hays State College (now University), and graduated from Iowa State University in 1941. The next day he married "Dolly" (Myrtle Marie) Campbell in Waterloo, Iowa. He received his PhD in Civil (Hydraulic) Engineering from the University of Iowa and began teaching at Colorado State University (Colorado A&M;) in 1947. He obtained a second doctorate in 1954 in Grenoble, France, during a year he spent there with his family.
Over the six decades that he taught at CSU he was instrumental in developing the department of engineering and the water resources arena by building the university's research, graduate and international programs. His students from many countries now fill positions around the world in engineering and water resources organizations. His interest in his international students and their experience at CSU led him to be a founder of the CSU International Center. In 1958 he was appointed to be the director of CSURF (Colorado State University Research Foundation) and in that position was a major force in helping to bring research grant money to the university.
He had a lifelong desire to benefit the poor people of the world and tried to put the ideas from the Sermon on the Mount from the Bible into action. This began as he worked on water resource projects in many countries. He founded the South East Asia Treaty Organization Graduate School of Engineering (later the Asian Institute of Technology) in Bangkok, Thailand, where many engineers from all over southeast Asia have been educated. In 1961 he directed the feasibility study for the Peace Corps for the U.S. Congress, and worked with Pauline Birky, Andrew Rice and Sargeant Shriver to found the Peace Corps and to train early Peace Corps groups at CSU. He has been a leader in institution building in causes for peace, humanitarian advancement, village development and water resource management. He has been an inspiration to many people in these endeavors.
His first wife, Dolly Alberston, died in 1976, and he married Audrey Olsen Faulkner, a professor of social work, in 1978, in Highland Park, NJ. The two of them shared many ideals about overcoming poverty and injustice in the USA and in third world countries. In recent years these interests led to the foundation of a new non-governmental organization, Village Earth, based here in Fort Collins, to support worldwide villagers who wish to develop their own communities. He also created the International Association for New Science to study a wide variety of phenomena that have not been explained by traditional science.
Among his many publications are two books that he co-authored:" Fluid Mechanics for Engineers" and "New Frontiers for American Youth-Perspectives on the Peace Corps"; as well as more than 200 papers or reports that he wrote or edited in the fields of international development, village development, water resources, water supply, wastewater treatment, appropriate technology, hydropower, renewable energy and international education.
CSU 's College of Engineering selected him as a Centennial Professor in 1976. CSU honored him again in 1998 for his over 50 years of international engineering leadership and in 2000 with an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters. Other honorary doctorates were given to him by Peshawar University, Pakistan; the Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand; and Lowell University in Massachusetts. He received numerous awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers for his published professional papers and they selected him for the prestigious Honorary Membership and the Lifetime Achievement award of their Environmental and Water Resources Institute. He was honored as a founder of the Peace Corps at a Peace Corps Reunion here in Fort Collins last summer.
He loved the mountains of Colorado and spent time in the summers in Allenspark with the family. He was an active member of the Colorado Mountain Club well into his eighties.
He will be greatly mourned as a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather by his family. He is survived by his wife, Audrey Faulkner; and her son, Robert Faulkner and wife Patricia Faulkner of East Brunswick, New Jersey; his daughters, Kay Reed and her husband, Sidney Waldman of Haverford, Pennsylvania, Sarah Albertson and her husband, Bill Peters of Santa Cruz, California; and Ann Yeager of Albuquerque, New Mexico; four grandchildren, two great grandchildren, seven step grandchildren and two great step grandchildren; and a sister, Mildred Newport and her husband, Walter Newport, of Sacramento, California.
Donations in his memory can be made to his Village Earth nonprofit organization or the Maurice Albertson Scholarship Fund in the Department of Civil Engineering at CSU.
A celebration of his life will be held at 10 a.m. on February 14, at the First United Methodist Church in Fort Collins.

Carlene Coff

Carlene Coff passed away unexpectedly on December 29, 2008. Carlene was born on August 2, 1955 in Chelsea, Massachusetts the daughter of Charlotte O’Brien Coff and Carl Coff of Loveland, Colorado. Raised in a family with a strong tradition of military service, Carlene lived in various parts of the country before settling in San Jose, California where she graduated from high school in 1973. She was an accomplished trumpet player performing in many out of state competitions. Carlene enjoyed the out of doors and was active in Girl Scouts of America. Carlene obtained training in electronics and business while attending City College of San Jose. She continued her interest in electronic systems while serving for 6 years in the United States Army. Carlene was stationed in Germany for over 2 years where she rose to the rank of sergeant. Following honorable discharge from the military Carlene was employed with Rockwell International at Rocky Flats in Arvada. She taught electronics at University of Phoenix in Denver for several years before receiving training as an auto mechanic and was employed by Regional Transportation District. For the last three years, Carlene was a water technician for the Denver Water Department. Carlene was committed to fitness with a devotion to holistic nutrition and health. She enjoyed music, reading, movies and loved living in Colorado. She is survived by her father Carl Coff and his wife Shirley of Loveland; her sister Charlotte Perkins and husband Jim and niece Lauren of Mesa, Arizona. Carlene was preceded in death by her mother Charlotte O’Brien Coff and her uncle Berger Coff. Funeral services will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church, 3448 N. Taft Avenue, Loveland, Colorado at 10:00am. Thursday, January 8 with internment in the All Saints Columbarium. A reception will follow in the parish hall. A memorial has been established on behalf of Carlene at Girl Scouts of Colorado, P.O. Box 9407, Denver, CO 80209 (

Lawrence "Larry" Lane

Lawrence (Larry) died on Jan. 16 at Columbine West. He was born April 6, 1913 in Bloomington, Neb. His parents were Mary C. Lane and Martin F. Lane. His family moved from Bloomington to Windsor in 1927 and then to Fort Collins in 1928. He graduated from Cache La Poudre High School. He served in the Army during World War II, stationed in Edmington, Canada. There he met Mary Simborski. They were married after the war in 1945. He lived in Denver, working at Crown Hill Cemetery and Robinson Printing Company. Returning to Fort Collins, he owned and operated Lane Printing, then went to work at the Post Office. He retired from the Post Office in 1976 and enjoyed gardening and playing cards at the Elks Club. He was a life long member of the Elks and the Knights of Columbus.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Lane, who passed away in 2005; and by his brother, Leo Francis Lane; and his sister, Mary Bogard.
He is survived by his nephew, Gary Lane; and his niece, Mary Jo Offerman, and her husband, Nick Offerman.
Larry's family would like to thank the nurses and staff at Columbine West for 20 years of wonderful service to both Larry and Mary.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held, 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 23 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Grandview Cemetery. Father Roger Lascelle will officiate at the services.

Mary Baretta

On Jan. 20, 2009, Mary Margaret Baretta, our much loved wife, mom, Lala, friend and teacher, has traveled from this earth and her physical being to Heaven holding the hand of Jesus. Our prayers for total and complete healing were answered as she is joyfully held in the arms of God. She is the most beautiful, loving, kind, tough, strong, and courageous and totally awe inspiring woman we will ever know. Her Grace and Beauty will surround her family and those who loved her daily!
Please celebrate her life! Our Mary was truly a blessing to every person she touched. Our hearts will hurt daily in her absence but her beauty will continue to shine brightly every day through her loving and amazing husband of 40 years, Ron Baretta; her three strong and independent daughters, Anna Baretta Narvaes, Bree Baretta and Mariah Baretta; and her four gorgeous and joyful baby granddaughters, Stella, Scarlet, Francesca and Catalina; and her two boys, Nick and Bocci, Ron and Mary's standard poodles.
Mary was born in Grand Junction March 28th 1948, to Jeanne Bullard Capes and James F. Capes. She is preceded in death by her mother, father and brother, Jimmy Capes. She is survived by husband, Ron Baretta; daughters, Anna Baretta Narvaes, Bree Baretta and Mariah Baretta; granddaughters, Stella, Scarlet, Francesca and Catalina; sister, Cynda Byers; brother, Todd Capes; and her two awesome standard poodles, Nick and Bocci. Ron and Mary met in Fort Collins, Colorado in June of 1968. They were married less than a year later and minus a few short weeks spent the rest of Mary's life constantly together as soul mates, best friends and business partners.
Mary graduated from Colorado State University with a Degree in Dance in 1972. She was a pillar of the community as founder and co-owner of Mountain Gymnastics Training Center Inc. in 1976 now known as Mountain Kids. She is an active member of Timberline Church and silent contributor to many charities and individuals never seeking recognition beyond her self satisfaction in her abilities to help others. She is dearly loved and cherished by many in the Fort Collins community, across the country and across oceans, but no more than by her eternally grateful and forever loving family. She passed on to God in the arms of her loved ones.
The nonprofit foundation Mary Baretta GRACE Foundation will focus on non-smoking lung cancer screening, research and awareness. Donations in Lieu of flowers are most gratefully received as Mary Baretta GRACE Foundation, in care of Bohlender Funeral Chapel, 121 W. Olive, Fort Collins, 80524.
A celebration of her life will be held at Timberline Church located at 2908 Timberline Rd. Fort Collins, Colorado on Friday Jan. 23rd at 2 p.m. A celebration reception will be held immediately following at Mountain Kids located at 419 E. Stuart St. Fort Collins, Colorado. A graveside service will be held Saturday, 1 p.m. at Mountain View Cemetery, Boulder, Colorado.

Alma "Jean" Tucker

Alma "Jean" Tucker went to be with the angels on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009 after a brief illness.
Mrs. Tucker was born October 17, 1937 in Severance, to Harry Adler and Mollie Schneider Adler. Jean married Glen H. Tucker, Sr. on Feb. 5, 1955 in Denver. They lived in Wellington from 1955 to 1978 and then moved to Fort Collins. She was a homemaker and worked for several dry cleaners in the area. Jean was a member of the Women of the Moose Lodge, #412.
Survivors include her mother, Mollie Adler of Fort Collins; a son, Glen H. Tucker, Jr. of Carter Lake, Iowa and his wife, Karrie; daughters, Molly Lecheler of San Jose, Calif. and her husband, Nicholas; five grandchildren, Amy Lucero, Nicole and Tony Lecheler, Monica Sanchez, Stephanie James, and five great-grandchildren.
Preceding Jean in death are her father, husband, two brothers, and a son, Harry James Tucker.
A Funeral Service will be held at Bohlender Funeral Chapel, at 11 a.m. on Friday. Interment will follow at Resthaven Memory Gardens Cemetery. Those who desire may view Mrs. Tucker, 12 to 8 p.m., at Bohlender Funeral Chapel.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Pathways Hospice in care of Bohlender Funeral Chapel, 121 W. Olive St., Ft. Collins, Colo. 80524.

Robert Stegner

March 9, 1916 to Jan. 21, 2009
Robert Arthur Stegner passed away Jan. 21, 2009 on the farm he had lived on for 60 years. He was surrounded by three generations of children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren after a life of nearly 93 years. His was a life of unwavering love and devotion to his family. He was born March 9, 1916 on the Stegner homestead near Amadon, N. D., the fourth child of Fred and Marie Stegner. Four of his siblings, Gladys Schimke, Norbert Stegner, Fred Stegner, and Ira Stegner preceded him in death. Sisters, Dorothy Warren and Marjorie Rowden, and brother, Tom Stegner survive him. His beloved wife Elizabeth, and her sister and his dear friend, Alpha Bowman, live at the family farm with the extended family.
He first met his wife to be, Elizabeth (Betty) Bowman in 1937 at a Young Christian's Fellowship sponsored by the La Porte Presbyterian Church in La Porte. On Aug. 4, 1940, they were married on the Bowman Ranch (now Lory State Park). Bob cherished his "sweetheart" and their 68 years together were a beautiful example of unconditional love. Their steadfast love expanded to include an extended family of 27 members. Their children are Gary Stegner and Pat, John Stegner and Bonnie, and Robert Stegner. One grandson, Randy Stegner preceded him in death. The surviving grandchildren and spouses include Jim and Eunice Stegner, Dan and Aimee Stegner, Timothy and Deborah Stegner, John and Kris Stegner, Shana and Brian Bode, Susan and Ethan Brady, and Kendra Stegner and fiancé Nathan Bliss. Great grandchildren include Michael Stegner, Jack and Joshua Stegner, Indigo and Havanna Stegner, John and Helen Stegner, and Evan, Maya, and Ryan Bode. The grandchildren and great grandchildren loved and laughed with their grandpa, all getting to know him well. This was a wonderful gift granted by his long and positive life.
Robert was a rancher/farmer his entire life, except for a brief period when he worked in Cheyenne, Wyo. converting United Airline planes into B-17 bombers during World War II. Robert loved life and truly enjoyed living and working with his wife Betty. They spent winters in Arizona and enjoyed many visits with extended family in the same village in Mesa, Ariz. Everyone always enjoyed spending spring break with them, and they were wonderful hosts for their family. They had one other special place in the mountains above Fort Collins that they loved to go in the summer. Again, it was a gathering place for them and their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
Robert will always be remembered by his family as being good, faithful, and true. His light will shine on through his family for generations to come. A private family service will be held following cremation, with a memorial service planned for extended family and friends in July.
The family wishes to especially thank Carrie Garabrandt for the loving care she gave Robert and the continuing affection and care she provides to Grandma Betty and Aunt Alpha. In addition, the staff at Hospice provided a gracious presence and wonderful support for the family, who cannot thank them enough for their help.
Contributions may be made to Pathways Hospice or The Fort Collins First Presbyterian Church in care of Bohlender Funeral Chapel.

Iris Butts

The Lord called Iris Wilma Butts home on Sun., Jan. 25, 2009, at the age of 96, at the Lemay Rehabilitation & Care Center where she was lovingly cared for the past few years.
A native of West Texas she grew up in Muleshoe on her family's farm with her three sisters and brother.
Iris moved to Fort Collins in 1957, with husband, Buford, and daughter Patricia {Tish}. They built mountain property on the Poudre River before centering on a life in the city. She became active working in various dress shops in Old Town before retiring.
Iris is survived by daughter, Tish, and her husband, John Shields, of Fort Collins; grandson Braden Anderson of Los Angeles; granddaughter Ramsee and husband Ryan Gosney and their children Reeve, Raleigh and Ridge Gosney; plus numerous nephews, nieces and cousins, Iris was preceded in death by her husband and two infant children.
Services are at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30, at Bohlender Funeral Chapel. Burial will be at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 3, in Muleshoe with a graveside service.

Michael Sneyder Woodiel
July 22, 1996 - August 21, 2015

Michael Sneyder Woodiel, 19, of Berthoud, CO died August 21, 2015. Michael was born in Bogota, Colombia on July 22, 1996. Berthoud became home for Michael, along with his sister Jenny Paola, September 27 2006, by adoption to Bart and Kathy Woodiel. Michael’s family also includes his brother Justin Michael Woodiel and his wife Andrea, sister Stephany Lynn McClure and her husband Matt and two nieces Neveah and Temperance McClure.
Michael graduated from Berthoud High School in 2015. Special recognitions Michael received included: the Josh Angelo Memorial 2014-2015, 4 year participation in Varsity Football Berthoud High, second place at State level competition in the 4x1 and 4x2 relays in 2012 and participations also include Wrestling, Track and Field and Community outreach programs.
Michael will be missed but will be remembered daily for his infectious smile and kind heart especially to children and those who needed a friend. His greatest goal in life was to be a great husband and father to his future family.
Service Information
A memorial Service will be held Thursday, August 27th, 6:30pm, at LifeSpring Covenant Church, 743 South Dotsero, Loveland, CO. Public viewing will be Wednesday, August 26th from 1 to 4pm at Viegut Funeral Home, 1616 N. Lincoln Ave. Loveland CO. Memorial funds for Michael can be directed to The Ukraine Orphan Outreach Program, Guaranty Bank Berthoud CO.

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