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Janet Hubbard Newlon

Janet was born Aug. 15, 1928 to Howard and Marie Hubbard in Glenwood Springs, Colo., and passed away on Janu. 17 at the Hospice Care Unit of Northern Colorado.

At a young age her family moved to Basalt, Colo. to operate a grocery store. She spent most of her school years there before moving again to Glenwood Springs to finish high school. She later went to Colorado State Col­lege of Education and became a teacher for several years.

She married Eugene Newlon of Greeley, Colo. and helped with the Newlon family potato chip, “Spud Chips.”

Following that she owned and operated the Dolly Madison Creamery in Greeley while liv­ing in La Salle, Colo.

She was an avid bowler and received recognition at home and with traveling teams.

Janet is survived by daughters Lynn Newlon of La Salle, Colo. and Rebecca Brewer of Greeley, Colo., five grandchil­dren and three great-grandchildren. Sisters Betty Francis and Dorothy of Stockton, Cal­if. survive, as well as nieces and nephews.

A memorial has been held at the Calvary Chapel in Greeley, Colo.

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