Obituary: Darwin V. Raymond Sr. |

Obituary: Darwin V. Raymond Sr.

Aspen Times staff report

Aspen native Darwin Valentine Raymond Sr. died March 21 at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs after a long illness. He was 83.

Raymond was born Feb. 14, 1916 in Aspen, and later moved to Glenwood Springs where his father operated a printing shop. He worked for many years as owner and operator of Raymond’s Printing and Office Supply on Eighth Street.

He is survived by his wife, Ada Eileen Bushey Raymond, whom he married on Feb. 19, 1939 in Salt Lake City. Raymond is also survived by his children, Bonnie Warren, Darwin Jr., and Robert; and 16 grandchildren: Wendy, Glen, Lisa, David, Keith, Brent, Kristy and Sheri Buchanan; Landon, Dean and Dustin Henderson; Darwin III and Gary Raymond; and Crystal, Lizzy and Richard Raymond.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Lillian Henderson.

Services will be held today at 2 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, at 409 29th St. in Glenwood. Interment will immediately follow at Rosebud Cemetery.

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