James Arthur Monroe | AspenTimes.com

James Arthur Monroe

Jim Monroe of Rifle, died of Cardiovascular Disease. Jim worked as a Mason from Aspen to Rifle and upon retirement was driving for Colorado Mountain Express. He was perfectionist at work with a sense of humor, an outdoor enthusiast, Veteran, a true friend and most of all a dedicated loving Father/Grandfather! Full obituary to follow in Post Independent. Memorial Services is Monday, June 4th at 3pm at

Veteran Memorial Cemetery in Grand Junction, CO, 81501

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