Thursday Jun 6
The Grand Junction Sentinel
Death Notices, June 7, 2013
Survivors include one son, Wes Hiner of Montana; two daughters, Norma Dietrich of Hayden and Lois Bradshaw of Montrose; one brother, Jack Wharton of Grand Junction; four grandchildren,;and nine great-grandchildren.
Fire Rescue Magazine
Volunteer EMS Staff Protects More Than 2,000 People in Colo.
About 181 miles outside of Denver is the town of Hayden, Colo. Although Hayden is a small town with a population of just over 1,700, its volunteer fire and EMS agency serves the entire county of West Routte.
Hahns Peak School served Routt County in 1911-41
The town of Hahns Peak is the oldest settlement in Routt County. Its school was constructed in 1911 and was discontinued in 1940-41. It was replaced with a portable school on skids.
Up Here West Is More Than a Direction
Welcome to the real West, where ranching is a way of life and rodeo goes as far back as anyone can remember.
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Robert (Bob) James Woolf
<![CDATA[Robert (Bob) James Woolf of Loveland, Colo. passed away on March 31, 2013 due to age related conditions. Born on May 18, 1918 in Laramie, Wyo. to James and Esther Woolf, Robert's first years were spent on the Woolf Ranch outside Laramie. His formative years were spent in Timnath, Colo. where he played high school football and graduated in 1936. He earned his Bachelor of Sciences degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wyoming. A veteran of World War II, Robert was stationed in England with the John Deere Army Engineer Battalion. On Sept. 27, 1953 he married Olive Elaine Harrison. He was preceded in death by Olive, his beloved wife of 50 years, and his sisters Ruth Wyland and Mary Jane Hayden. He is survived by his daughters Jayne Schlosser and husband Steve, Esther Wright and her husband Steve; his sons James Woolf and wife Jean, Walter Woolf and wife Meg; his grandchildren Sarah and Jay Schlosser, Benjamin Wright and wife Chanda, Laura and Daniel Wright, James and Julie Woolf, Logan Woolf; and great granddaughter Katelynn Woolf. Robert worked for John Deere Tractor Works in Waterloo and Dubuque, Iowa as a Manager of Product Engineering until his retirement in May 1982. Returning to Colorado in 1983, retirement was a continuation of Bob's many activities and interests some of which included: golfing, traveling, the Optimist Club, Masons, Elks, Toast Masters, Friendship Force and driving for Saints. Bob was an avid Wyoming football fan, attending all their home games as well as numerous away games. A member of the British Motor Club of Fort Collins, Bob's red jaguar took the place of the airplanes and flying club he left behind upon retirement. Robert was an active member of Mountain View Presbyterian Church in Loveland where a memorial service and luncheon will be held on Monday April 15, 2013 at 11 a.m. His ashes will be interred next to his wife in Loveland Burial Park. In lieu of flowers, those who wish to are encouraged to make a commemorative donation in Robert's name to Mountain View Presbyterian Church or to the University Of Wyoming College Of Engineering, in care of Kibbey-Fishburn Funeral Home, 1102 Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO 80537.