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Anthony "Tony" L. Stolz

Aspen, CO ColoradoFormer Aspen resident Anthony “Tony” L. Stolz died Sunday, Feb. 11, 2007, in Littleton. He was born Jan. 7, 1932, in Los Angeles.

He graduated from Williams College in 1954.Tony was a part- and full-time resident of Aspen between 1985 and 1999. He lived in Aspen between 1994 and 1998, during which time he worked as driver for RFTA. He first began visiting Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley in the late 1950s, finding great joy in fishing the Frying Pan River. He most recently lived in Highlands Ranch.

Known for his wit and easygoing personality, Tony was well loved by numerous friends, family and loyal canine companions. Having worked in a variety of professions over the years, he recently fulfilled a longtime desire of writing a book (published in 2002) entitled, “The Silent Generation: A Memoir of the Depression Babies, The Parents of the Babyboomers.”



Stolz was preceded in death by his daughter Lynn. He is survived by his loving wife of 24 years, Charmaine Stolz, of Highlands Ranch; son Lane Stolz; stepchildren, Bill (Holly) Anderson of Wichita, Kan., Earl (Valentina) Anderson of Aspen and Highlands Ranch, Joe Anderson of Bakersfield, Calif., Amy Anderson of Highlands Ranch and Mary Anderson of Aspen; five grandchildren; and seven step-grandchildren.Memorial Services were held Feb. 15 in Denver. Memorial tribute donations may be made in Tony’s memory with the Denver Dumb Friends League.


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