Peter James Majoros
Peter James Majoros, 27, of Aspen and formerly of Ogden, Iowa, died suddenly on Saturday, Aug. 19, in Denver of a heart condition. Peter was born on Feb. 22, 1979, in Boone, Iowa, the son of Frank and Jeanne (Porter) Majoros.
Recovering at age 14 from near fatal open heart surgery to insert a valve, Peter would graduate with the Ogden High School class of 1997, then move forward to attend the University of Iowa for two years. From there, he chose to move to and live in Colorado for the past five years. He worked at the Mountain Chalet and was most recently the property manager at The Village Condominiums in Snowmass Village.Peter’s hobbies included four-wheeling, snowmobiling and camping in the Utah desert. Peter loved spending time in the outdoors, especially Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. In the last few years Peter was able to spend time in Belize, Australia and twice vacationed in Hawaii. At the time of his death, he was in the company of his dear friends, Andrew and Ann Crothers and Tom Slanga.
Survivors include his mother, Jeanne Majoros of Ogden, Iowa; his father, Frank Majoros of Boone, Iowa; two sisters, Molly and her husband Lee Gallentine of Webster City, Iowa, and Sarah Majoros of Urbandale, Iowa; two nieces, Morgan and Abby Gallentine; his grandmother, Catherine Majoros of Cleveland, Ohio; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Come join us for drinks, pictures and stories as we celebrate the life of Peter Majoros on Wednesday, Aug. 30, upstairs at Cooper Street, from 7 p.m. until closing.
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