Obituaries

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Caja Lynette Ashcroft-Redmond

    Caja Lynette Ashcroft-Redmond, 23, of Montrose and Ridgway, left us on Thursday July 31 2014 as a result of injuries sustained in a tragic car accident.
    A true daughter of the Southwest, Caja was born in Gallup, New Mexico on the 24th of March 1991 to Annette Ashcroft and C.J. Smolen. Caja was cherished by her four older sisters: Heather, Sandi, Michelle and Shana who watched over her while their mother completed her studies in nursing school. They were soon joined by brother Ty, completing their family.
    Living in various places in the Southwest, in 2000 the family settled in Montrose where Caja grew into the beautiful woman cherished by family and friends.

Fri
27
Jun
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Jim Points

JIM POINTS

1937 – 2014

 

If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day,

so I never have to live without you.

Winnie the Pooh

 

Jim Points, 76, of Battlement Mesa, Colorado left us unexpectedly on Saturday, June 14, 2014.

James Phillip Points, or as some would call him, Jim, Jimmy or J.P., was born in  Rushville, Nebraska on  December 26, 1937 to the late Wilson Points and Zella Kearney Points.  He was also predeceased by his very special sister, Betty Points.  He graduated from Ouray High School in 1955.

Fri
27
Jun
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Daniel Paul Fossey

Daniel Paul Fossey
September 14, 1954 ~ June 16, 2014

Daniel was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the youngest of six children to Douglas and Virginia Fossey. The family moved to Moab, Utah when Dan was a young child. Dan was the assistant superintendant of the road and bridge department for Ouray County.
Dan had three children, Jason, Elizabeth, and Sara by a previous marriage. Dan was married to Peggy Foster in 1994 and helped raise her two boys, Isaac andTyrone Coleman.

Thu
19
Jun
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Daniel Paul Fossey

Daniel Paul Fossey

September 14, 1954 ~ June 16, 2014

Daniel was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the youngest of six children to Douglas and Virginia Fossey.  The family moved to Moab, Utah when Dan was a young child.  Dan was the assistant superintendant of the road and bridge department for Ouray County.

Dan had three children, Jason, Elizabeth, and Sara by a previous marriage.  Dan was married to Peggy Foster in 1994 and helped raise her two boys, Isaac and Tyrone Coleman.

Dan and Peggy moved to Ouray, Colorado in 1995 where Dan was the Public Works Director for the city for seventeen years before going to work at Ouray County.  Ouray; its people, proximity to the mountains, and community was the light of his life and the recipient of his endless energy and love.  Dan was preceded in death by his parents, brother John, sister Elaine, daughter Elizabeth, son Jason, and brother-in-law Dennis Foster.

Fri
13
Jun
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Doris H. Gregory

Doris H. Gregory
September 22, 1917 ~ May 24, 2014

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13
Jun
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Eleanor Domenica Pricco Cramp

Eleanor Domenica Pricco Cramp
February 9, 1918 ~ May 28, 2014

Wed
21
May
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Macon E. Ayers

Macon E. Ayers

October 10, 1942 ~ December 4, 2013

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21
May
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Robert L. Jay

Robert L. Jay
September 28, 1954 ~ May 7, 2014

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14
May
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Reno E. Brown

Reno E. Brown
July 31, 1916 ~ May 7, 2014
Reno was a true cowboy. A true cowboy is a honorable man with all the virtues that every one respects and admires. He's a man of his word and when he shakes your hand and looks you in the eye you know things will be right. He was a hard worker and enjoyed his chores and the people he worked with.  Many a night would find him nursing an animal back to health, even if was all night.  Reno never met a stranger nor did he have an enemy, except during the war, where he proudly served in the United States Army. He had a gift of gab and everyone loved his stories of the good old days and current times. Reno was loved by all.
 

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23
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Susan Kay Mason Kruger

Susan Kay Mason Kruger

February 9, 1049 ~ April 18, 2014

Susan Kay Brown Mazzitelli was born to August Anthony Mazzitelli and Willow-Belle Frances Brown Mazzitelli on February 9, 1949 in San Angelo, Texas. In 1955 the family name was legally changed to Mason. Susan was the youngest of three siblings, Robert Joseph Mazzitelli Mason, the oldest; Bettina Trueman Mazzitelli Mason Barron, second, then Susan.
 
Susan was preceded in death by her parents August and Willow-Belle Mason; Maternal Grandparents, Robert Frances and Willow Lovelace Brown of Wall,Texas; Paternal Grandparents Andrew Joseph and Benedetta Mazzitelli of Chicago, Illinois; and one nephew, Anthony Brown (Tony) Mason.

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