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

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Sharon Ellen Moran

Departed on October 9, 2018

Resided in Aurora, CO

Sharon Ellen Moran of Aurora, CO peacefully passed away October 9 2018, she was 59.  Sharon was born April 24 1959 in Noblesville IN to the late Russell W. Moran and Norma Jean Moran (Bless).  She is survived by her spouse Ronald Anderson, her two sons Jeremy Moran and Cody Anderson, daughter in-law Kay Lynn Moran (Settle) and two granddaughters Ella Marlene Moran and Lylah Jean Moran.  Those that knew and loved her know she will be greatly missed.  She was always the life of the party and her loving and giving spirit will never be forgotten.

Eugene T. Roberts

Departed on October 6, 2018

Resided in Arvada, Colorado

Eugene "Gene" T. Roberts passed away just after midnight on Saturday October 6th, 2018 in Arvada, Jefferson County, Colorado. He is survived by Judith Roy, his beloved life companion of 29 years and her children, Michelle and Lauren. He is also survived by his children Mark and Carla, who's mother Patricia Boogar predeceased Gene; and his children Jeannine and Antony, who's mother Nancy Roberts predeceased Gene. Gene leaves a full family legacy of thirteen grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.

Gene was a loving, great man. He always put his family first. He was a compassionate man who genuinely cared for others. He gave wisdom and encouragement to his family well into their adult years. Unfortunately, he suffered from Alzheimer's disease in the last four to five years. Even so, we all remember his humor, his smile, his laughter and his great bear hugs.

Gene served in the United States Air Force in Germany during the Korean War. He then served over twenty years as a civilian teacher and administrator for Department of Defense Dependents' Schools (DODDS) in Japan, Korea and Okinawa. He retired as a GS-14. He then moved back to the United States and worked with his life-long hobby of collecting and restoring timepieces and other antiquities.

We all will forever remember him in the love and caring for our family and others that he also imparted in us to leave a legacy for our children and grandchildren. He lives not only in our memories, but also in our actions.

Dennis Alden West

Departed on October 3, 2018

Resided in Denver, Colorado

Dennis Alden West

December 22, 1952 - October 3, 2018

Beloved and Kind Father, Brother, Son, Grandfather, Cousin, Friend, Mentor, Neighbor, Community Member, Artist, North Denver Native, Graduate of Holy Family High School, Loretto Heights College with a Bachelor in Fine Arts

Not only did he inherit the Alden family name he also inherited his mother’s (Helene West) and his grandfather’s (Harry Alden Grout) artistic and creative talents. Survived by daughter Amoreena Rose Corbin (Joshua Charles Corbin) and her family, daughter Abigail Arah-Lynn Corbin, and daughter Charleigh Alden Corbin; step daughters Juniper Sea Dickerson and Rhiannon Sage Dickerson; brothers Cary West, Mark West, Greg West (Jan West) and son Mike West, Dana West (Yvonne West) and children Dru West and Tara Boehrnsen, Jay West (Missy West) and children Cylis West and Jared West; sisters Tammy West, Anita Duby (Tom Duby) and children Nate Duby and Rachel Kimberlin, Ann Nicholson (Keith Nicholson) and children Jessica Nicholson, Alyssa Nicholson, and Lauren Nicholson; aunt Rosemarie Grout; and numerous cousins located throughout the USA; his girlfriend Kristine Fanning, long time friend John Hoymak III, and numerous neighbors, artists, community members and loved ones, there are so many people that were near and dear to his heart that I can’t list them all - you know who you are. Dennis was predeceased by his mother Helene West and Father Elvin West.

He always had a love of art and then walked out the back door of the university and into the creative world and immediately continued being a metal sculptor, silk screener, designer, stained glass artist, illustrator, painter, and poet, he did all of these things with a true heart of a bohemian artist. He was so passionate about his art that he pursued it on a full time basis and things began to take off for him when he opened the 23rd Avenue Sculpture Studio on 23rd and King in the heart of North Denver where he was born and raised. After many years of being a starving artist he enlarged his world to embrace the North Denver community including local artists, neighbors, school children, and anyone who needed a helping hand. The open door policy that he always had for his space created something so special that there are not enough words to describe it.

He won numerous local and regional awards for his creativity, design and community involvement. His work can be found throughout the metro area, Colorado and can be found across the world.

As talented as he was his greatest gift was his open heart, his kindness, his humor, and his undeniable willingness to offer a helping hand in any situation for anyone - from fixing neighborhood bikes, to feeding neighborhood kitties and adopting stray turtles. His kindness has touched and formed so many friendships over the years.

In addition to his great talent, he lived a humble, simple life, and spent his entire life doing what he loved the most creating art and earning his “gold bricks” to heaven. This tribute to him could go on for pages and pages - but any of you that are reading this know how special he was to the world.

A celebration of life will be held on October 20th at 4101 N Harlan St, Wheat Ridge CO, 80033 from 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM the family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Amoreena Corbin to help offset the remaining medical expenses.

Quigg Lynn Meyer

Departed on October 3, 2018

Resided in Aurora, CO

Quigg Lynn Meyer, born June 29, 1956 in Denver, Colorado. Named after a former Mayor of Denver. Terri's best friend, soulmate, and had a heart of gold. Good friend and father, Terri's caregiver and her protector. He was a man's man.

Julia Victoria Ray

Departed on October 2, 2018

Resided in Aurora, CO

Julia Victoria Ray aka Vickie Ray age 70, passed away October 2nd, 2018 at 9:20 AM at the Denver Hospice facility in Denver CO surrounded by her loving family and the incredibly compassionate staff. She was born May 25th, 1948 in Hattiesburg MS to the late Chester Hilton and Dora LaNell Erwin. She and her late sister, Rebecca “Becky” Ann, grew up together in Hattiesburg in a very loving home. Vickie had a beautiful voice and she often sang at events and in a band in her teenage years. She met her one true love Leland Martin Ray in Hattiesburg and married on November 19th, 1967. They moved to Texas to raise a family and in 1980, she began to work for Bechtel Corporation as a Traffic & Logistics Administrator. It was there, she made some of the most lasting friendships of her life. She retired October 30th, in the year 2000 and got to spend the next 4 years enjoying golf and relaxing with her husband. Sadly he passed in 2004 and she decided to join her daughter and son-in-law in Colorado in 2006. A few years later her loving son and his family moved up to Colorado as well to be closer to her. She moved in with her daughter and son-in-law in June 2018 for ease and care. Left to honor her are her two children Amy Shippey and Randy Ray, son-in-law Bryan Shippey, daughter-in-law Nicole Ray, her 2 grandchildren Abigail and Olivia Ray, her niece Dena Ryan, her nephew Reid Robbins, her furry child Asa the cat, her furry grandchildren Baxter Shippey, Batmanuel “Manny” Shippey and Paisley Ray, and countless other friends and family.

If you would like to make a memorial contribution in lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Denver Hospice at, the Colorado Humane Society and SPCA at, or the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at  as these meant a great deal to Vickie.

There will be two memorial services to honor Vickie. The first will be in Brighton CO on Sunday, October 21st, 2018 from 3 PM to 5 PM at the Barr Lake Visitor Center located at 13401 Picadilly Rd, Brighton CO 80603. When you arrive at the check-in gate, please tell the ranger you are with the Ray Memorial Service. You will not need to pay for park entry. The second will be in Winnie TX on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 at the First United Methodist Church, 117 Freeman St, Winnie, Texas 77665 at 11:30 AM.