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Pierre Josefsohn

Pierre Josefsohn, age 68, of Solvang, Calif., passed away tragically on May 15, 2019 as a result of an accident in Santa Barbara County. A devoted family man and successful businessman, Josefsohn was born in Paris, France, on December 21, 1950, to Benjamin and Yvette Josefsohn. After graduating from the University of Economic Sciences in Paris, Josefsohn worked in Paris and Brazil before moving to the United States, where he lived for 25 years. Josefsohn is survived by his beloved wife, Marguerite, and their children, Rémi and Margot; his mother Yvette; his sister Anne; Anne’s children, Yael, Michael, and Jonathan; cousins Claude and Pierre Levy; and cousins Hina and Guy Benjamin, along with their daughters, Tehani and Loana. An avid flier, Josefsohn had a great sense of humor and spirit for adventure, with some of his happiest times occurring while piloting small planes between California and Alaska. Pierre will be greatly missed by relatives and friends throughout the world.

His funeral will be held Saturday, May 25, at 2 p.m. at the Mission Santa Inés Mission, 1760 Mission Drive in Solvang, CA

Donations can be made to Family Formation Charitable Trust www.adoptionart.org

Tomie Keith Zordel

Please join us for a celebration of life! Saturday, June 1st, 2019 @ 2:00 pm. American Legion Post 100 / 97 N. 3rd St., Carbondale, CO 81623. Please bring your fondest memories to share and a side dish if you like!

Dale Dwayne Fentiman

Dale Dwayne Fentiman was born March 18, 1945, in Sidney, Nebraska to Elmo Dale Fentiman and Betty Lou (Webster) Fentiman. They soon moved back to Loveland, Colorado where Dale spent the remainder of his childhood and teenage years. Many childhood summers were spent on his grandparent’s farm doing chores, swimming, riding bicycles and playing Little League baseball.

He attended several Loveland elementary schools, Truscott Jr. High School and Loveland High School, always playing sports, working part-time jobs and enjoying school life. While in high school, he was involved in student government, various clubs and Boys State. He was also a standout athlete lettering in football, basketball, baseball and track. After high school graduation in 1963, he attended the University of Colorado in Boulder where he pledged a fraternity and had various part-time jobs. In 1964 he tried out for the football team during spring training. He did not make the team, but was always proud of his efforts! He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1972.

While in his twenties and thirties, he worked as a bartender in a variety of locations in California such as San Diego, La Jolla, Los Gatos and Newport Beach. He also bartended in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. However, his favorite work location was Aspen as he loved to ski and enjoyed the lifestyle. Above all, however, he loved Boulder. He found the people interesting and the city fit his nature. He resided there for the last three decades.

Dale passed away Sunday, April 7, 2019, in Greeley with his brother Gary Fentiman and sister-in-law Karen Kauffman Fentiman by his side. He died of amyloidosis, a rare and incurable disease. Dale and Gary were blessed to have shared myriad experiences together. Dale will always be in our hearts. GO BUFFS!

At Dale’s request, no services will be held.

Please visit www.allnuttgreeley.com to send condolences to the family.

Mary Louise Fite Zordel

For those interested, the Families of Mary Lou Fite Zordel invite you to attend a Memorial Service/Celebration of Life, Saturday May 18, 11:00 a.m. at the Grace Church of the Roaring Fork Valley, located at 1776 Emma Road, Basalt.

Beverly Ann Williamson

Williamson, Beverly “Bea Ann,” 85 of Denver, CO passed away April 29, 2019 at Littleton Life Care Center. Beverly was born on August 20, 1933 to Walter and Rachel Claypool in Denver, CO. On August 11, 1957 she married the love of her life Albert Williamson in Denver, CO. Beverly was a loving wife, mother and grandmother (Mo-mo).

She encouraged her children and grandchildren in everything they did, was an amazing seamstress, creative crafter, had an infectious laugh and volunteered at her church. Beverly is survived by her son Craig Williamson, daughters Kristina Coler and Cynthia Gershenoff, daughter-in-law Kristie Williamson and six grandchildren — Seth, Kaitlyn, Sarah, Noah, Hannah and Rebekah. Beverly is preceded in death by her parents, husband Albert Williamson and son-in-law Marc Gershenoff. There will be a Celebration of Life service Friday, May 17, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at St. James Presbyterian Church, 3601 W. Belleview Ave, Littleton, CO 80123 with officiating clergy Ethan Moore.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by calling 1-800-822-6344 or mailing your donation to 501 St. Judes Place, Memphis, TN 38105 in memory of Beverly Williamson. Beverly was loved and a blessing to all who knew her.

Thomas Scattergood Walter Doremus Sr.

Thomas Scattergood Walter Doremus Sr. fell asleep in death 04-15-19, in the company of family and friends, he was 88. “Tom” was born 1930 in Philidelphia, PA, to Marian Scattergood and John (Jack) Doremus. Tom was raised in Reading, PA on “The Farm” with his siblings, John and Joanne (Chislock). He joined the Navy serving aboard the destroyer, USS Fletcher, as radar technician and was one of three being designated as the “swimmer” for the ship. He joined his brother in Aspen in 1954, where he served as the night sheriff and City Magistrate. At the Red Onion, he met Beverly Stallard, his best friend and soul mate of 56 years. They enjoyed hunting, fishing and loved the mountains. In 1966 he dedicated his life to Jehovah which was one of his passions.

Tom worked for the Colorado Department of Transportation from 1964 in Fowler, Granada in 1972, and finally to Grand Jct, to 1978.

After that Tom drove semis for Groendyke for 7 years.

He is survived by four children, Susan Smith Albright, Thomas (Kathy) Doremus Jr, Karen (Garry) Rodriguez, Rebecca Curtis, 16 grandchildren, and 28 great grandchildren. His brother, John survives him. Tom is preceded in death by his wife, parents and sister.

A memorial service is planned May 11, at 2 p.m. at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 806 29 Road, Grand Jct, with Jeff Lively officiating. A celebration of his life will be held at Dual Immersion Academy AKA Riverside School, 552 W. Main St. Grand Jct. Arrangements are under the direction of Crippin Funeral home & Crematory, Montrose, CO.

Richard Adair Ritchey

Richard Adair Ritchey, born February 10, 1927, in Denver, passed away April 21, 2019 in The Woodlands, Texas. Richard’s parents were Oliver and Adalade Ritchey.

Richard was a WWII Veteran serving in US Navy. He spent the rest of his career in Law Enforcement. He was with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s department, Aspen Police department, Olney (Illinois) Police Department and ended his career as the Chief of Police for the Fountain Police department.

Richard was very active in his community, he was involved in numerous organizations such as Colorado Law Enforcement Assn. (Past President), Fountain Valley Optimist (past president), Police Protection Assn., National Sheriff’s Assn., Colorado Mounted Rangers (honorary member), Golden City Lodge #1, Life member of BPOE #1055, life member VFW post #6461 and the American Legion post #38.

Richard is survived by his daughter, Pamela Brown; son, Stanley Ritchey; 4 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by father and mother; wife, Arlene Ritchey; daughter, Patti Lu Racine and son in-law Timothy Brown.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, May 8, 2019 from 10 to 10:30 am, funeral service at 10:30 a.m. at Dove-Witt Family Mortuary 6630 US Highway 85-87, Fountain, CO. A graveside service will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Castle Rock, CO.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Fountain Police Department or shield616.org.