Kathleen M. Monahan-Clapper | AspenTimes.com

Kathleen M. Monahan-Clapper

Kathleen M. Monahan-Clapper, 38, of 302 Meadowood Dr., Carbondale, died Friday, Oct. 8 in Carbondale.

She was born on Dec. 27, 1960 in Denver.

Monahan-Clapper was a longtime resident of the Roaring Fork Valley, a loving wife and devoted mother. She had a passion for fishing, the outdoors and life.

A memorial service will be held Oct. 13 at 3 p.m. at the home of Willard and Anne Clapper, 011 Walter Road, Basalt.

Survivors include her husband, Dale Clapper of Carbondale; parents John and Eleanor Monahan of Denver; daughters Kelsey Anne Marie Clapper and Shawn Michelle Loren Clapper of Carbondale; brothers Sean (Sheryl) Monahan of Madison, Wis. and Shannon Monahan of Fort Collins; and sister Karin (Scott) Verlee of Longmont.

Farnum-Holt Funeral Home in Glenwood Springs assisted the family.

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On the Fly: PMD mayhem


PMDs will be hatching now until late October. What other insect (besides tiny midges and baetis) offers trout and anglers more pleasure than a bug that hatches four or five months of the year?

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