Sentinel Colorado Obituaries
Deaths from Across the Globe
Ed Asner, the burly and prolific character actor who became a star in middle age as the gruff but lovable newsman Lou Grant, first in the hit comedy "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and later in the drama "Lou Grant," died Sunday. He was 91
Lead guitarist Keith Richards shared a picture of a drum set with a hanging "Closed" sign.
Obituaries from the Area
Lamm's widow, Dottie Lamm, said in a statement the service will be held at 3:30 p.m. at Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Denver. The service will also be livestreamed.
Lamm's widow, Dottie Lamm, said in a statement the service will be held at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Denver. The service will also be livestreamed.
Lamm passed away late Thursday following complications from a pulmonary embolism suffered this week, his wife, Dottie Lamm, said in a statement issued Friday
He was a loving grandpa, and age had brought out so much tenderness in him. When he said he would pray for you, he did it. And when he was present with you, he was fully present.
Lee Hart died Friday at a hospital in Lakewood, Colorado, after a brief illness. She campaigned for her husband during his runs for the Senate and the White House
“We are devastated and heartbroken by this loss to our school community and will make every effort to help you and your child as you need during this difficult time,” Siegfried said.
Bill outlived McCarthyism, polio, serious heart problems, the scourge of Nazism, the personal threat of the pandemic and, importantly, the greatest mistake America ever made: the presidency of Donald Trump.
"One of the things people always said about Rennie Davis was that he was a gentle man. He was not a rabble rouser, he was not an angry, hostile person. He deeply believed in a more just and fair and equitable society and pursued it nonviolently all his life"
Floyd Little, the Hall of Fame running back who starred at Syracuse and for the Denver Broncos, has died. He was 78
Since their father's death, the family has redirected their mourning and pain, joining other JBS families and the local meatpacking workers' union to denounce what they call the company's lack of coronavirus safety policies and practices for its workers.