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 Jerry George Miller

Jerry George Miller

Departed on June 17, 2017

Resided in Broomfield, CO

Jerry George Miller, 81, of Broomfield, CO, passed away on Saturday June 17, 2017 with his wife and two eldest daughters by his side.

At his request, no service will be held.

Jerry was born in Des Moines, IA, on July 18, 1935, to Lynn Edward Miller and Georgia Irene (Schmidt) Miller.

He attended Lincoln High School in Des Moines, IA and married Sharon Lee Hitchcock on January 19, 1958 in Des Moines, IA.

Jerry and Sharon settled down to raise a family in Ankeny, IA before moving to the Denver metropolitan area in the early 1980s.  Despite living in Denver, he was an avid Chicago Bears fan.

Jerry is survived by his wife Sharon; children Kim, Lori (Tim) Fogarty, Mike (Bob), Cheryl (Renita), and Kerry; nephew David Wenner (Cindy) and son Brandon; adopted daughters Kim Grove (Tom) and Claire Estella de Castro; and grandchildren Kyle, Sam, Brooke, and Rylie.

He was preceded in death by his father Lynn, mother Georgia, and sister Margaret Marlene Wenner.

In lieu of flowers and donations, please do something kind for someone you love today.

 Samantha A. Seigh

Samantha A. Seigh

Departed on June 13, 2017

Resided in Aurora, CO

Samantha A. Seigh, Age 35, passed away on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 in Aurora, Colorado.  A Celebration of Sam’s Life will be held on Saturday, July 8, 2017 from 11:30am to 3:00pm at The Arbor House at Maple Grove Park, 14600 W. 32nd Ave, Golden, Colorado.  Please help us celebrate Sam by bringing photos and/or memories to share.

Samantha was born on October 1, 1981 in Aurora, Colorado to William and Candace Seigh.  Samantha loved children and worked for Kindercare Learning Centers for several years before moving on to work her way to General Manager of a Domino’s Pizza location.  Sam’s infections laugh and smile brightened any room and will be missed.

Samantha is survived by her father, Bill Seigh, biological mother, Joan Hanke-Litwitz, two brothers, Willy Seigh and Andy Stichmann and two sisters, Tricia Over and April Stichmann-Livers along with aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, great-nephews and great-nieces.

“Live your life while the sun is still shining”

 Raymond Alexander Grundy

Raymond Alexander Grundy

Departed on June 7, 2017

Resided in Aurora, CO

Raymond Alexander Grundy, 70, died Wednesday, June 7, 2017, at Denver Hospice after an extended illness.

Raymond was the son of the late Alexander Grundy and Catherine Barrett, and was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA.

He joined the Air Force and served in the Viet Nam War.  He ended in his armed services commitment at Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, CO.

After serving with the Air Force, Raymond stayed in the Denver area and worked for the telephone company (Mountain Bell/US West/Qwest) for 35 years.  He retired in 2007.

He leaves his wife Joann, daughter, Courtney Clark (Ben), step-daughters, Carrie Salazar and Christine (Sean) Rutt, six grandchildren, Madysen and Marcos Salazar, Julian and Arian Clark, Allison and Caitlyn Rutt and his sister Cheryl Waters (Eric) and nephews, Stephen and Michael, and many close friends.

At the request of Raymond, he was cremated and no funeral service or memorial event will be held.

 Mary Rita Trent

Mary Rita Trent

Departed on May 31, 2017

Resided in Aurora, CO

Our Beloved Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mother,Nana, Aunt and friend Mary “Rita” Trent went home to be with Our Lord and Savior May 31st, 2017.

Borto Helen Lucero and Ben Sandoval in Raton, New Mexico on May 22nd, 1939, she was the oldest daughter of five children. Rita’s family moved to Stockton, California in 1942. She was an Edison High School graduate and obtained her Cosmetology license shortly after. Rita had an ability to create and a gift of encouraging and making people feel like they were everything God made them to be. As a mom she volunteered and spent many hours investing in not only her children but the countless children she called her own. Rita had a love for children and a gift to teach, mentor and inspire. Her artistic ability and gift for creating and encouraging led her to put on countless programs, plays and talent shows for St. Luke's, Tokay Colony and Morada Middle School. This is where she made an impact with children that lasted a lifetime.”Mrs. Trent will always be remembered as a second mother to all those that were blessed by her gifts.”

In her later years she worked as a Recreational Therapist for the elderly. She again used her fun and spunky personality to encourage and uplift a different group of individuals. She spent the last two years of her life with her daughter's family in Colorado. The precious memories she created with them will be cherished forever.

Rita is survived by her daughter and husband, Kyle and Devonne Rohde of Lodi,California; her daughter and husband, Aldo and Patrish Iaquinta of Aurora, Colorado; her son, Patrick Trent Jr. of Susanville, California, seven grand children, Nicole Weideman, Gilbert Trent Jr., Angelina Trent, Alyssa Trent, Mekayla Iaquinta, Antonio Iaquinta, Daniella Iaquinta and two Great Grandchildren, Nadie and Lincoln Weideman. She is preceded in death by her parents, Helen and Ben Sandoval; her step-father Dan Gonzalez; her brother, Joseph (Sonny) Sandoval; her sister, Madeline Carroll; her brother, Vernon Sandoval; her sister, Loretta Sandoval; her husband Kenneth Drennan; and her son,Gilbert Trent Sr.

Special thanks to the staff at Avantara at Crown Point and Agape Hospice for all the love and care you gave to Rita and her family as she made her transition home.

Mrs.Trent’s remains will be buried in a family cemetery in Trinidad,Colorado. A memorial mass and reception will be held June 7, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Ave Maria Catholic Church, 9056 East Parker Rd., Parker, Co. Flowers can be sent to this location the morning of the Mass. Mrs. Trent's memorial page is

 William "Bill" David Nobles

William "Bill" David Nobles

Departed on May 30, 2017

Resided in Lakewood, CO

Husband, Father, Brother, Uncle, Friend. Bill loved the lord. Family and friends meant more to him than anything else. We will all miss him dearly. Service will be held on Friday, June 16, 2017, 11:00 am at Living Water Tabernacle Church, 1701 South Sherman Street, Denver, Colorado 80210