Local obituary notices in Denver, CO
Saturday | via Denver Post
Despite humble beginnings, Morris Edward Cole went on to build a long-standing and successful law career in Denver for more than three decades. After moving to Denver in 1958, Cole became the first African-American district court judge for the city and county of Denver, a milestone those who knew him best said was only one of the many accomplishments that could describe the "exceptionally intelligent and resilient" father, husband, grandfather and friend. Comment?
Saturday | via Fredericksburg.com
Lawrence D. "Larry" Huntsman, 82, passed away March 16, 2016, in the loving arms of his wife, Lynn, at Hospice House. Larry graduated from Penn State and George Washington University School of Law. Comment?
Sunday May 8 | via Denver Post
Ruth Yoshiko Yamauchi, 99, kisses her great granddaughter Kensley Gustafson, 2, in the old Supreme Court chambers at the state Capitol in April 2015. Ruth Yamauchi taught hundreds of students in the Denver area about forgiveness after surviving a Japanese internment camp during World War II . Comment?
Thursday Apr 28 | via Fredericksburg.com
Those left to cherish her memory include her daughter, Ronnette Davis; sons Richard Davis Jr. and Steven Davis; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a host of relatives in Denver, Colo.; and friends across the country. Visitation will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 7, at Ames Funeral Home, 8914 Quarry Road, Manassas, VA 20110. Comment?
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