Current Obituaries

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R Dennis Evans

Departed on January 2, 2019

Resided in Aurora, CO

Dennis Evans of Aurora, Colorado passed away on January 2, 2019. Denny was born on July 7, 1938 in Detroit, Michigan to Richard and Valerie Evans.

Denny is survived by his wife, Susan, and four children as well as two step children. Denny’s children are Scott(Brenda), Mickey(Jennifer), Amy(Steve), and Patrick(Renee) all residing in California at this time. His step children are Michael(Peng) of New Jersey and Chris(Susan) of Colorado. Denny is also survived by eleven grandchildren, Sean, Cole, Paige, Hannah, Madelyn, Kora, Caleb, Liam, Lukas, Jaxon, and Grace.

While still a young boy, the family of three moved to Hammond Indiana where they would remain through Denny’s high school years. Raised and educated within the Catholic faith, he always looked back fondly at his Catholic education.

A big part of Denny’s life centered around playing sports with friends and family.  His love for challenging himself around sports began at a young age. Denny’s father was passionate about boating and water skiing.  Around the age of six, Denny Sr began taking his son out for glorious days on the water. Father and son honed their skills until the pair started entering local water ski races and performing in shows doing all sorts of stunt tricks behind their powerful lake boats.   

Denny always took joy in sports and was a good athlete in high school and college.   Besides water skiing, he competed in baseball, basketball, and swimming. Later in life, he and Sue could often be found on the golf course, cruising down the slopes, or just enjoying the burn of a good workout at the club.

Looking back to his college days, Denny began learning the value of an honest day’s work at TriCity Steel Mills. This being Northern Indiana, the mills were the big employers and Denny never shied away from a hard day of work.  He always seemed most content when he had a big job to do and relished in the opportunity to do something to make life a little better for his family. Denny graduated with a Marketing degree from St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Indiana.

One of Denny’s earliest jobs was in sales for the Schlitz Brewing Company.  One family momento held dear is a picture of Denny throwing an opening pitch at a triple A baseball game with his name on a giant scoreboard in the background.   Denny continued on his sales path to work for Miller Brewing Company. Before leaving the beverage industry, he would become a regional sales manager. In his later years Denny began his own handyman service.  Denny will be missed greatly by his loving family and friends.

Funeral Services will be held on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 11:00am at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church at 18000 E. Arapahoe Rd. Foxfield, CO 80016.

In lieu of flowers the family is requesting that donations be made to The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado in Denny’s name. This can be done at In the process of donation please mark the notification box to notify Susan of your donation. Checks may also be mailed to The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado at 455 Sherman Street, Suite 500, Denver, CO 80203.


Michael Donald Mercy

Departed on January 2, 2019

Resided in Littleton, CO

Michael (Mike) Donald Mercy of Littleton, CO, age 55, passed away January 2, 2019 from Huntington’s Disease.  He was born January 25, 1963 in Grand Forks, ND to Donald and Jacqueline Mercy.  He is survived by his children, Meghan Mercy, Kevin Mercy and Johnny Mercy, his mother, Jacqueline (Jackie) (Mercy) Common, his sister Jean Mercy, brother-in-law Chris Lilly, niece Ashley Carnahan and nephew Tyler Lilly.  He was preceded in death by his father Donald Mercy, sister Mary (Mercy) Lilly and brother John Mercy.

A funeral service will be held Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 10:30 am at St. Frances Cabrini Church, 6673 West Chatfield Ave., Littleton, CO.

Donations can be made in his name to:

HDSA (Huntington’s Disease Society of America) - Rocky Mountain Chapter

P.O. Box 445

Wheat Ridge, CO 80034


Collier Hospice Center

3210 Lutheran Parkway

Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Timothy "Tim" Mitchum

Departed on December 27, 2018

Resided in Denver, CO

Timothy “Tim” Mitchum, 54, passed away on December 27, 2018, surrounded by family at his home in Denver, Colorado. Even throughout his painful battle with cancer, Tim remained loving and kind to the end. He will be sorely missed by friends and family.

Tim was born and raised in Charleston, SC. He attended Furman University and graduated from the College of Charleston in 1986.  After graduation, Tim began his 30-year Civil Service career at the Naval Supply Center in Charleston.  He later moved to the Washington, DC area to further his career and to broaden his horizons.  He worked in the budget field for both the Department of Navy and the US Marshal Service. In 2017, Tim transferred to the US Marshal office in Denver, to be closer to his sister and her family.

From an early age, Tim loved the arts and loved to perform – playing the piano and singing in church as a child, competing on the forensics team, performing in plays, and singing in choirs in both high school and college. After college, he continued to perform in various choirs and community theater productions in both Charleston and Washington, DC.  After losing his partner in 1992, Tim became involved in the AIDS Memorial Quilt Project in DC.  Tim was an avid reader and quick study; he became a wealth of information on a variety of topics – from politics to history, from baking to metal forging. During this past year, to the delight of his sister’s family, he researched and perfected the art of high-altitude baking to produce phenomenal cookies in his new “Mile-High” home of Denver.

Tim is survived by his father, Joe (Pauline) Mitchum, of North Charleston, SC; his sister, Deb (Carol) Mitchum and his nephew, Michael Rodriguez, of Denver, CO. He was preceded in death by his mother, Doris Mitchum; his partner, Rick Unger; and his devoted Siamese cat, Penelope.

Should friends desire, contributions may be made to The Trevor Project (

A Celebration of Life will be held in Charleston, SC at a later date.

Sonia "Suni" Gayle Anderson Roller Morgan

Departed on December 24, 2018

Resided in Denver, CO

Sonia “Suni” Gayle Anderson Roller Morgan

81, born on September 22, 1937 in Denver, Colorado - passed away December 24, 2018, in her home surrounded by her family. Suni is, Survived by her children: Mark Roller (Cydney), Holly Raymer (Bill); Matthew Morgan, Andrew Morgan (Kelli); grandchildren: Christopher Roller (Kari), Timothy Rawson, Travis Morgan, Sonia Risley (Timothy), Rena Morgan, Christa Morgan; great-grandchildren: Mason Roller, Spencer Roller, Lily Risley, Adam Risley. Sisters: Jaydine Anderson (Chris Phillips) and Ramona Nestor (Mike).She is preceded in death by her daughter Christa Roller; her son Adam Morgan; her brother Patton Anderson and her sister Dorothy Neil. Celebration of Life will be Saturday, Jnauary 5, 2019 at Horan and McConaty, 3020 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO with reception to follow at 3315 W 72nd Avenue, Westminster, CO. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the Katherine and Charles Hover Green House Nursing Home being built in Longmont. Suni spent her over 40 year career as a nurse caring for elders, she was excited about this project that is creating a best way of caring for elders.

Kathlyn Alma Moeller

Departed on December 24, 2018

Resided in Englewood, CO

It is with great sadness that the family of Kathlyn Alma Moeller, 97, announce her passing on December 24, 2018, at Serenity House in Denver, Colorado.

Kathlyn was born on July 30, 1921, the daughter of John W. Hultman and Alma A. (Loeb) Hultman, Oelwein, Iowa.  She was baptized on September 18, 1921 and confirmed on March 21, 1937 at Zion Lutheran Church, Oelwein, Iowa. After graduating from Sumner High School, Kathlyn attended Upper Iowa University in Fayette Iowa to become a teacher.  On November 26, 1942, she was united in marriage to Burton Henry Moeller at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Klinger. Together they farmed for 25 years in Bremer County, just south of Readlyn, Iowa. After Burton’s passing on March 15, 1968, Kathlyn moved to Readlyn, Iowa and worked as a beautician until 1994.  She married Eldo Louis Moeller on June 21, 1994, who passed away on November 24, 2002. Kathlyn continued to live in Readlyn until October, 2013, when she joined daughters Karen Albright and Glenda Hayes in Denver, Colorado.

Kathlyn was an active member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Klinger.  She enjoyed being with family, crocheting, quilting, and playing cards.

Kathlyn is survived by daughters Karen (Jim) Albright and Glenda (Steven) Hayes, and son-in-law Jim Stephenson; grandchildren Brian (Lin) Albright, Susan Staples, Jeffrey (Karen) Albright, Kristi Albright, Daniel Stephenson, Lindsay (Ryan) Burke, Cory Hayes, Ty (Lindsay) Hayes; great-grandchildren Ryan Staples, Apollo Albright, Alexander Berry, Hannah Berry, Madison Stephenson, Allison Stephenson, Kate Hayes, Jackson Hayes, Chase Burke, and Teagan Burke; sister Mary Fink,  brothers Jim (Edith) Hultman, Charles (Irene) Hultman, Lloyd (Hazel) Hultman, Howard (Bea) Hultman, and sister-in-law Pat Hultman, stepchildren Eldo (Carolyn) Moeller, Pat (Steve) Wetlaufer, (Linda) Moeller, and Brenda (Kraig) Niebuhr.

Kathlyn was preceded in death by parents John W. and Alma Hultman, husband Burton Henry Moeller, husband Eldo Louis Moeller, daughter Audrey Jean Stephenson, brothers Donald Hultman and William Hultman, sister Francis Brudvig, brother-in-law Les Brudvig and stepson Dennis Moeller.

A memorial service will be held in June 28, 2019