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Terry Gene Liming

Terry Gene Liming

Terry Gene Liming, 55, of Aspen, died June 2 at Aspen Valley Hospital after a battle with cancer.

He was the owner of Ute City Brokers of Aspen, which he founded in 1985. Prior to 1978, he was employed for 10 years with Timken Roller Bearing in Ohio, where he worked in quality control. He then moved to Colorado, where he worked as the managing real estate broker for the Snowmass Resort Inn in Snowmass Village, the Timber Run in Winter Park and also the Prospector Lodge in Aspen.

Liming was born Sept. 23, 1944 in Bucyrus, Ohio. He graduated from Holmes Liberty High School in Bucyrus in 1962. He was preceded in death by his parents, Eugene and Theresa Liming.

Survivors include his special friend, Paula Damaso of Dublin, Ohio; sisters Beverly Stearns of Oceola, Ohio, Michele Stambaugh of Mansfield, Ohio and Roxi Liming of Columbus, Ohio; brother Dan Liming of Bucyrus, Ohio; and one niece and three nephews.

Liming was an avid biker, bump skier and four-wheel Jeep adventurer. He will be remembered for his enthusiasm, compassion and love of the mountains, and his loyalty to friends.

In lieu of flowers, family and friends ask that donations be made to the Terry Liming Memorial Fund at Alpine Bank. Funds are intended for the placement of a park bench in Liming’s memory, along with donations to local charities.

A memorial service will be held to celebrate his life. Contact Ute City Brokers at 925-1730 for more information.


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