• Elizabeth (Anne) Thompson

    Elizabeth (Anne) Thompson, 76, entered into eternal rest Aug. 27 at Northglenn Heights Assisted Living in Northglenn.

    Anne was born in Creston Iowa, on Hewitt Street to Vida Elizabeth (Jackson) Clayton, and Audre Clair (A.C.) Clayton. 

  • Jean Harley

    It is with great sadness that the family of Jean Ellen Harley announces her passing after a long struggle with cancer and lupus Aug. 24.  

    Jean and her dogs resided in Brighton for many years. Jean will be lovingly remembered by her brother and sisters, Joyce Wilcox, Ann Studer, Lynn Cassidy (Thomas), James Harley (Joan) and Carolyn Harley-Brooks. 

  • Travis Blaine Thomas

    Travis Blaine Thomas, 30, of Brighton, died unexpectedly Aug. 24.  

  • Edward Reid Graves Jr.

    Edward Reid Graves Jr.. of Fort Lupton. died Aug. 23. He was 85.

    A fifth-generation Coloradan, he was born in Pueblo Aug. 19, 1933, the oldest child of Edward Reid Graves Sr. and Mildred Stewart Graves.

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  • John Stanek

    John Stanek, loving husband, dad and brother, passed away peacefully Aug. 24 at the age of 76.

    John was born Oct. 31, 1941, to Stanley and Francis (Boris) Stanek. He was the oldest of three children.

  • Conner Paul Pepin

    Conner Paul Pepin, 21, of Henderson, passed away Aug. 19 in his Henderson home.  

  • Judith C. Brundies

    Judith C. Brundies, 75, passed away Aug. 9 at Jersey, Illinois, Community Hospital.

     She was born Aug. 8, 1943, in Denver, the daughter of James & Mary (Gaschler) Damiana.

     Judith married Raymond Brundies Aug. 2, 1969, in Fort Lupton.  He survives.

     She was a member of St. Norbert’s Catholic Church in Hardin, Illinois, where she served on the Altar Society, enjoyed playing bingo and watching the St. Louis Cardinals.

  • Bransford (Tony) L. Chunn

    Bransford (Tony) L. Chunn, age 80, passed away peacefully July 31. 

    He was born Oct. 30, 1937, in Johnston, Illinois, to the late Vernon and Elsie Chunn, of Erie.  He graduated from Erie High School and went on to serve in the U.S. Army.  

  • Mary Margaret Cox

    Mary Margaret Cox, 81, passed away Aug. 12 in Greeley. She was born Mary Margaret Hause  July 24, 1937, to Jesse and Evelyn Hause on the family farm between Brighton and Fort Lupton, part of a large pioneer family, some of whom settled in the area before Colorado became a state.