Obituaries are listed chronologically by date of death starting with the most recent.

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Patrick "Pat" Sandoval

Departed on December 8, 2018

Resided in Lakewood, CO

Patrick “Pat” Sandoval, 72, of Lakewood, Colorado, entered his eternal resting place, December 8, 2018, after a week-long fight to survive a heart attack and subsequent stroke.

Pat earned his bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of New Mexico (Go Lobos!) and spent his first year teaching in the urban schools of Compton, California in 1968-1969.  He then moved to Tucson, Arizona where he was a middle school educator for 30 years.  While teaching full time, he earned his master’s degree in Education from the University of Arizona (Go Wildcats!).  He taught industrial arts, fine arts, and math.  He moved to the Denver area in 1998, and began a second career as an administrative assistant, and ultimately retired from Denver Health.

He was an accomplished cook and baker as well as an amazing artist.  All who knew him well were recipients of handmade gifts and art pieces that he crafted himself.  His “Pat’s World Famous Almond Toffee” was one of his handmade creations that many of his friends and family members anticipated each holiday season.  He shared his passion for creativity and aesthetic beauty with everyone he knew.  He was a car enthusiast and voracious reader of car magazines, as well as books of all genres.  A holder of a vast array of trivia knowledge, he was unmatched at the game, Trivial Pursuit, and could answer the questions on Jeopardy faster than any of the contestants.  Another passion of his was travel.  He and Jeremy visited a number of awesome places in many countries over the years, and had a tradition of spending a week in Mexico on the beach to celebrate their anniversary annually in December.

He is survived by his life partner of 17 years, Jeremy Everett, and his little dog, Angel.  His siblings include: Sisters, Gloria (Greg), Shirley (Jake), and Denise (Chris).  Jeremy’s family includes: Parents, Robert “Bob” & Ruth Everett, and brother, Andy Everett (Mandi).  He also had numerous nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and nephews.

People looked forward to gatherings that included Pat because he was fun to be around, and he shared his wonderful sense of humor and love of laughter with everyone around him.  His infectious laugh, generous and kind spirit, and joyous presence will be missed.

Private family services will be held to celebrate Pat’s amazing life.

Terry Wayne Minnick

Departed on December 2, 2018

Resided in Westminster, CO

Terry Wayne Minnick, 60, of Westminster, CO, passed away at his home on December 2, 2018.  Terry is survived by his mother, Sue Noland and father, John Noland; wife, Diane Minnick; son, Jeremy Minnick, sons, Aaron (Janelle) Heiser, Stephen (Elizabeth) Heiser, and daughter, Janae (Alex) Bowie; sister, Susie (Philippe) Brillant and sons, Christopher Brillant, and Jeffrey Goad and his daughter Rylee; brother-in-law, Ben Hare and daughter Alyssa; sister, Cyndi (Jared) Finkenbinder and sons, Scott (Kristina) Knock and Dustin (Jennifer) Knock and daughters, Genesee and Estes; brother, Chuck (Kat) Noland; sister, Dawn van Eek and son Jonathan; aunt, Patsy Tomlin and her daughter, Alisa; and cousin, Audra Ploegstra. Last but certainly not least he was survived by his pride and joy, his five grandchildren, Austin, Sawyer, Bryson, Kaylin and Connor.

Terry is preceded in death by his father, Preston Wayne Minnick; sister, Annette Denise Labeda; uncle, Jerry Temple Mailer; and grandma, Mary Noland.

Terry struggled the last year of his life with lung issues and went from a hard and respected worker to someone that had his life dictated by the length of an oxygen cord.  He was born in Santa Ana, California, grew up in Rowland Heights and lived 45 years in Broomfield/Westminster, Colorado.  He was a devoted member of Crossroads Church where he married his wife Diane in 1996.  Terry started working at the age of 15 and worked for over 38 years in the pharmaceutical manufacturing business.  He took pride in being a leader and mentor to all his children.  Terry enjoyed golf and bowling when he wasn’t working tirelessly to support his family.

Service: 12-07-18, 1:00 p.m.
Crossroads Church
10451 Huron St.
Northglenn, CO 80234

Donations may be made in Terry’s name to Crossroads Church in Northglenn.

Martha "Chick" Doll

Departed on November 25, 2018

Resided in Englewood, CO

Martha “Chick” Doll died at the age of 92.  She is survived by her three loving children and grandchild.  A native Coloradan and award winning elementary teacher, she loved gardening, travel, animals and the Colorado Rocky Mountains.  A memorial service will be held at a later date.  Please make donations in her memory to a local animal shelter.

Sally A. Kenz

Departed on November 23, 2018

Resided in Centennial, CO

Sally A. Kenz (formally Sally Goebel, maiden name Sally Ann St John) died 11/23/18 at the age of 87 years.  She is survived by Ed Kenz her husband, Chick St John her brother, Rick Goebel her son, and Jane Lahre her daughter.  She was born in 1931 in Kearney Nebraska and moved to Denver when she was 8 years old.  They lived in the DU area and she attended South High School and then graduated from Stanford University with a degree in History.

Sally married Doug Goebel in 1954 and then had Rick and Jane, living on East Harvard Lane near Dahlia and Yale.  They built a house at 2556 S Leyden St in 1967. She was a great mother and homemaker and loved hiking, skiing and camping in the Colorado Mountains!  She loved travel and has been all over the world.  Always positive and loving, her strong faith in God directed her life and actions.  Doug died in 1995 and Sally married Ed Kenz in 1998.  They have shared many wonderful years together.

She is deeply missed, and we are all recalling what she contributed to our lives!  We know God will bless her beyond our wildest dreams now.

The memorial services will be held at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church, 10150 E Belleview Ave, Greenwood Village, CO 80111, 303-779-9909 on Dec 8th at 1 p.m. with a reception following at the church.  Any contributions can be made to the church.

Feel free to contact me with any questions!

Rick Goebel


Brian Lee Webster

Departed on November 23, 2018

Resided in Aurora, CO

Brian Lee Webster, passed away on 11/23/18 in Denver, Colorado due to complications of end stage liver failure. He was 67 years old. He lived at an assisted living facility until October, when he was hospitalized for several weeks. He was then transferred to a long term care facility where hospice began.

He was born in Crosbyton, TX to Johnnye and Billy Webster on January 31st, 1951.  He is survived by his sister, Elaine Robinson of Lubbock, TX; his daughter, Rebecca Webster; his son, Jonny Webster; 4 grandchildren, Aidan, Devaul, Cian and Liam McIntyre, and Jennavieve Gloekler, all of Denver, CO.

He loved sports and played high school football until he was injured and unable to play. He maintained a love for football his whole life. He loved baseball too, Red Lobster and the mountains. Which is what brought him to Colorado in 1991. He worked various jobs over his lifetime; farming cotton, painting houses, and doing security work at DIA (Denver International Airport). He had a great sense of humor and could see the humor in anything and everything. He was an extremely strong willed and determined man. This served him well when he was diagnosed with cancer in 2002. He was extremely lucky to survive this rare cancer with only surgery.

My father's wishes were to be cremated and to have his ashes spread with his two son's (Enoch & Eddy) ashes in Denver. We will have a small memorial/wake to honor his life before we spread his ashes. More details will be shared when available.

He will be greatly missed by all those friends and family that loved him.

There is a GoFundMe page set up to help with end of life expenses at: