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FREE est. 238-1843 or 351-5354Posted:September 24Garage Sale 6518 Farthing Dr. Sat 8am-2pm. Outdoor gas heaters, boy's stuff (toys, etc), assorted housewares. And Much More!Posted:September 24AKC REG CHAMP LINES, YELLOW LAB PUPS $750, 3 M & 1 F. Hip, eye, health guar, dewclaws, 1st shots, dewormed, parents on site. (719)205-1703Posted:September 24LOVEALL 50th ANNIVERSARY * 50 YEARS * of Marriage September 9, 1967 One Beloved Child Two Sweet Grandchildren 1000's of Memories Too Many Blessings To count Happy Anniversary Nancy & Bill Our love and congratulations! The Loveall-Shi Family Karla, Wenhua, Owen and EliPosted:September 24Noland Scott E. Noland April 25th, 1956 August 17th, 2017 Noland, Scott E. Apr 25, 1956 - Aug 17, 2017 Scott was born in Omaha, NE, to Wayne (Scotty) and Helen (Coker) Noland. After graduating Magna Cum Laude in Biology from UNO, Scott moved to Colorado Springs where he was consistently top producer in medical equipment sales. Scott was preceded in death by his father, Wayne (Scotty); and stepmother, Polly Noland. He is survived by his children, Alexandra and Dane Noland; mother, Helen Noland; sisters, Stephanie Noland Johnson (Ken Wiemer) and Susan Noland Hunter (Joe); nieces, Somerleigh and Kjerstie; nephew, Brock; and best friend, Nicole Mannino. Private Services. Memorials to Rock Family Church 262 S. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80910.Posted:September 24ESTATE SALE 2401 Lelaray. Fri, Sat, Sun 8am-3pm. Vintage furniture, men/ladies clothes, toys, crystal, exercise equipt & many more household items.Posted:September 24FALL CLEANUP Tree & Bush Trimming. Snow Removal 719-597-3570Posted:September 24Schwank Hope May Schwank November 15, 1939 - September 16, 2017 Hope May Schwank, 77, of Polson, Montana (formerly Colorado Springs, Colorado) passed away on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson. She was born on November 15, 1939 in Mason, Michigan to Gordon and Faith (Taylor) Reavely. As a young girl she was raised with her two brothers, Neal and Keal on a farm in Michigan. Upon graduation from high school, she attended Michigan State University for two years and subsequently met the love of her life, Lieutenant Jock Schwank while he was in pilot training in Big Spring, Texas. After a whirlwind six-week courtship, on November 5, 1961, they married in Okemos, Michigan. Jock and Hope spent 56 years together filled with fun and love. During those 56 years, they were stationed in Texas, Alaska, Montana, Florida, Oregon and Colorado. As a mother to David and Blake, she led 4-H and taught them and other children how to not only raise rabbits and guinea pigs, but how to care for others. She taught her boys how to be good men and husbands. A loving wife, she and Jock had many interests. For many years they raised finches and koi, built ponds, Simpich Elf villages and collected and sold Teddy Bears. She was a successful artist, throwing many art shows and painting not only acrylic on canvas, but on many different mediums to include carved leather, slate, driftwood, shirts, shoes and wooden purses! Survivors include her husband Jock (Polson, Montana), sons and daughters-in-law and three granddaughters: David and Jill Schwank and granddaughter Ashley (Loveland, Colorado) Blake and Christie Schwank and granddaughters Katrina and Jessica (Colorado Springs, Colorado). One brother, Neal Reavely (Oregon City, Oregon). She was preceded in death by her parents Gordon and Faith Reavely and her brother Keal Reavely. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, September 23 at 2:00 at journeyBe Christian Church in Polson, Montana with Rev. John Payne officiating. Interment will be at a future date at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. In lieu of flowers, please send Memorial donations to the Friends of the Air Force Academy Library, P.O. Box 188, USAFA, CO 80840 or a charity of your choice. Messages of condolence may be sent to the family online at www.lafefuneralhomeandcremation.com Arrangements have been entrusted to The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory, Polson.Posted:September 24JEEP Wrangler 2000, 80k miles, 4 speed, Auto Trans, w/ OD, new tires. $10,500/ OBO, (719) 633-1148Posted:September 24WESTSIDE 1BR apt, unfurn, quiet neighborhood. Off street parking. No smoking, no pets. $850 + utilities, (719) 630-1955Posted:September 24Cantwell Clotilda Allen Cantwell 1919 - 2017 In loving memory of our mother and celebration of the life of Cotilda Allen Cantwell, born August 24, 1919 to Charles Avery Allen and Clotilda Martigani Allen. Mom was raised in River Forest, Illinois together with her beloved parents and four brothers: Charles, (Edith) James, (Helen), Walker (Teresa), Robert (Evelyn surviving) who precedes her in death. Growing up together during the Great Depression, they found joy with their pony Teddy and spending vacation time out on their farm where she had a childhood that built a foundation of core principles that would serve her well throughout her long life. The values of her faith in God, family whom she loved dearly and always put first, country, hard work, fair dealings, compassion, and generosity stayed with her throughout her life. Clotilda graduated from Oak Park River Forest High School, where she was May Queen and an honors student and a very active member of the Junior Service League. She went on to attend Lake Forest College. Those were very happy days for Mom where she was an active member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority making lifelong friends. After college Clotilda went to work for United Airlines as a flight attendant. She married Frank Cantwell, a Chicago attorney. Clotilda had three children: Frank of Boston Massachusetts, Peter (Barbara ) of Chicago Illinois, and Clotilda (Chuck ) of Colorado Springs, Colorado, who survive her to this day. Clotilda worked with her brothers Robert, James, and Walker at the Allen Tiling Company for many years and then with her son Peter at the law firm of Cantwell and Cantwell. She also worked part time at Marshall Fields, and as a Real Estate Agent, all in the Chicago area. She volunteered for the Infant Welfare Society of Oak Park and River Forest. In 1999 she retired at age 79 and relocated to Colorado Springs to be with her daughter Chloe and grandchildren Jenny and Drew (Katy) Rees. Clotilda's interests included investing in the stock market, collecting antique china, and gardening. She was a voracious reader. Her greatest joys in life were her family who loved her dearly. She made many friends and admirers while living both at Village at Skyline and at Morning Star. We would like to extend our deepest gratitude, to all the staff, at Morning Star Bear Creek for the exceptional, compassionate care they have given. The staffs at Penrose Hospital 4th floor have our deepest gratitude as well. We are very grateful for the years we had with our Mom. She touched the lives of many over her 98 years. Above all she was a loving mother whose devotion to family was unwavering. Her faith in our Lord, courageous, independent and patriotic spirit lives on in those who loved her, as well as those whose paths she crossed throughout her life. Until we meet again, sweet Momma. The Memorial Service will be held in Chicago, Illinois. Memorial contributions may be made to Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois in her honor.Posted:September 24CEMETERY PLOT for 2 in Colorado Springs. Memorial Gardens "Together Forever" in Sermon on the Mount Garden. Includes burial rights, bronze memorials, and concrete vaultoriums for 2. Current market value $8900. Yours for $7900. Call Larry @ (719) 635-8629Posted:September 24EL PASO COUNTY COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 South Tejon, PO Box 2980 Colorado Springs, CO 80903 CASE NUMBER: 17C3132 DIVISION: R COURTROOM: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Adult: Charles Patrick Rigg Jr., For a Change of Name to: Michael Alexander D'Angelo PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on Sept. 13, 2017 that a Petition for a Change of Name of an Adult has been filed with the El Paso County Court. The Petition requests that the name of: Charles Patrick Rigg Jr. To be change to: Michael Alexander D'Angelo Dr. Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in The Gazette: Sept. 22, 23, 24, 2017Posted:September 24Walker, II Kenneth Raymond "Ray" Walker, II April 9, 1948 September 18, 2017 Kenneth Raymond "Ray" Walker, II, age 69, passed away peacefully on Monday, September 18, 2017, at Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was born April 9, 1948, in Palo Alto, California to Kenneth and Eleanor (Olsen) Walker. He was a graduate of Atherton High School, where he excelled at sports. He married Meredith Dietz, but later divorced. He never remarried. He worked multiple jobs his entire life and showed a real knack for connecting with people. He enjoyed playing guitar, listening to music and fishing, and collecting comics, stones, and records. He is survived by his son, Jesse Walker; his son's wife, Xin Jiang; two grandchildren, Annabelle and Oliver Walker; a sister, Jane Foster; and his nephew, Matthew Petrusse. He chose not to have services and his ashes will be scattered in the Pacific Ocean, as was his request.Posted:September 24FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY 270 S. Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 CASE NUMBER: 2012PR888 Division: W Courtroom: W150 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Alisia Segura For Minor Child: Isabella Alexandria Grimaldo For Change of Name to: Isabella Alexandria Segura PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on Sept. 7, 2017, that a Petition for a Change of Name of a Minor Child has been filed with the El Paso County Court. The Petition requests that the name of: Isabella Alexandria Grimaldo be changed to: Isabella Alexandria Segura Frances R, Johnson Magistrate Published in The CS Gazette Sept. 22, 23, 24, 2017Posted:September 24Christiaens Georgia Ellen Christiaens January 27, 1936 September 7, 2017 Georgia Ellen Christiaens, age 81, a homemaker, loving wife and mother, died on September 7, 2017 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She was born on January 27, 1936 in Leadwood, Missouri to Lester and Hazel Iahn. She is survived by her husband, Eugene M. Christiaens; a daughter, Gloria June Christiaens; two brothers, Jack Iahn, and Mike Iahn; a sister, Betty Louise Woods; her grandson, Christopher Nicholson; and her great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by a son, Steven Ray Christiaens. Private services were held.Posted:September 24Allgood Patty Allgood March 16, 1953 - August 12, 2017 Patty Allgood, resident of Colorado Springs, passed away peacefully in her home on August 12, 2017. A private celebration of life service was held on August 19, 2017. Patty Allgood was married to Robert Allgood for 31 years. She was the strongest, most loving and devoted mother to her daughter, Alicia Ford; and step son, Chad Allgood. Patty was so cherished and loved as "Nammy" by her grandchildren: Amanda and Bryant Ford, and Charlotte and Savanna Allgood. She has journeyed to a beautiful place where she will watch over and be with her other loved ones. Patty was born March 16, 1953 in Kadoka, South Dakota, but grew up and was influenced in Miami, Florida. She made Colorado Springs her home for 41 years and worked at Hewlett Packard for 30 years. Patty was an avid Miami Dolphins football fan! She loved playing cards and she loved her flowers. She also enjoyed gardening and watching hummingbirds with her family. And of course, Black Hills gold jewelry was a very important part of her family's heritage! She is, and will be dearly missed by all who love her, but we can rest in the fact that she lived her life to her standards. Online Condolences: ShrineOfRemembrance.comPosted:September 24Howe Willard "Buzz" Howe November 9, 1930 - September 18, 2017 Willard "Buzz" Howe, 86, left this earth to join the Lord on September 18, 2017 with his wife and daughters at his side. He was born in Frankfort, Indiana to Willard D. Howe and Beulah (Howe) Rickard. He was a devoted husband, father, son, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend to many who adored his charm, humor, and quick wit. He will be deeply missed today, tomorrow, and forever. Buzz graduated from Massillon High School in Massillon, Ohio in 1948. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War, and then went on to be a business owner and salesman. He was a longtime resident of Colorado. He married Ilene (Tofte) in 1961 and they had four children together. He is survived by his wife; son, Eric; and daughters, Debby (Don) Rohrer, Linda (Eddy) Schmidt, and Lori (Curt) Wilson. He loved his thirteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren with all his heart. He also is survived by his brothers, Jerry and Jim Howe, and Fred Cummings. Buzz was preceded in death by his parents; his stepmother, Auriela; and his brother, Bob. Buzz was very active throughout his life in sports. He especially enjoyed golfing, and shared his passion with his children, son-in-laws, and grandkids. He loved the ocean and spent a lot of time fishing and looking out to sea. He enjoyed traveling and had many excursions to Mexico. He was a lifelong member of the Elks and a member of Ascension Lutheran Church. He will always be remembered, not only for his beautiful blue eyes and wonderful smile, but also for his commitment to his family, his intelligence, and his integrity. A Celebration of Buzz's Life will be held, 1:00PM, Saturday, September 30, 2017 at Ascension Lutheran Church, 2505 North Circle Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909. A reception and inurnment will follow. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Buzz's memory to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, Ascension Lutheran Church, Suncrest Hospice, or to any charity of choice.Posted:September 24RV for Sale, Class A, Georgetown 2010, 33.7 Ft, V10, 19336m, exc. cond. $65,000, serious inq. only contact John @ 650-6717Posted:September 24Shoptaugh Dr. A. Glenn Shoptaugh Dr. A. Glenn Shoptaugh, passed away on September 3, 2017. A celebration of Glenn's life will be held at the Woodmen Valley Chapel on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 12-2pm. 290 E Woodmen Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80919.Posted:September 24Browning Harriet J. (Wilder) Browning 8/16/1928 - 9/20/2017 Harriet was born to Ray W. and Carrie Alma (Radspinner) Wilder August 16, 1928 in Kelso, Washington. She moved with her family to Colorado Springs in 1942. She graduated high school in 1947 and worked there until 1950 when she went to Indianapolis to work at the Church headquarters. She moved to Shelbyville with three other girls who worked there. In 1955 she married Forest Browning and moved to Frankfort, Indiana where they lived until 1969 when they moved to Anchorage, Alaska. While in Anchorage she worked for the School District in Food Service until retiring in 1984. She also attended the Free Methodist Church there. She was divorced in 1973. Thanks to God and a great church family she was able to move on and love and serve the Lord. She enjoyed her years in Anchorage but moved back to Colorado Springs in 1984. She unloaded her belongings at her brother Warren's home and went with a group on a John Westley tour of England, a great memory! After moving back to Colorado Springs, she worked at Penrose Hospital for a few years. She enjoyed retirement, gardening and crafts and was always available to help others, serving the Lord through mission projects and being there for others. She was preceded in death by her father, mother and three brothers: Warren, Rolland & Claude. She is survived by her sister Freda (Dave) Finlay; sister-in-law Jean Wilder; nephews Michael (Lorena) Wilder, Herald, Merwin and niece Patricia and numerous great nieces and nephews, and niece -in-love Debie Kaufman. Visitation will be at Cappadona Funeral Home, 1020 E. Fillmore St., Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907, Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 10:00 am. Funeral Service will be at 11:00am. Interment will take place following the Funeral at Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado Springs.Posted:September 24Kennedy Stephen Michael Kennedy August 1, 1951 September 19, 2017 Stephen Michael Kennedy, 66, passed away on September 19, 2017. He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Bonnie Lewellen Kennedy of Fountain, Colorado; his mother, Ruth Kennedy of Redmond, Oregon; one sister, Terisa Clawson (Terry); brothers, Jeff (Soni) and Larry; a son, Steve Rosenstiel (Jenny); a daughter, Tallie Belitz (Ryan); four grandchildren: Drew Burleigh, Quinn Burleigh, Trace Belitz and Aarick Rosenstiel; and good friend, Nicki DeGraw. Steve was a disabled veteran from Viet Nam, a retired Corrections Officer, and a lifetime member of the DAV. Donations may be made to the Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation, 2550 Tenderfoot Hill Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906, who were wonderful in making him comfortable in his last days. A celebration of life service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at the Shrine of Remembrance Veterans Honor Court, 1730 East Fountain Boulevard, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910. Online condolences: ShrineOfRemembrance.comPosted:September 24 CHEVROLET Cruze LT 2015 $13,241 STK# P8137 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24Kirches Jane E. Kirches Jane E. Kirches, 91, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family on September 14, 2017. She leaves behind daughters, Ann Tomaselli (Rick) and Jeannie Porter, plus two granddaughters, Gabi Tomaselli and Katie Porter. Her husband, Edward J. Kirches, predeceased her in 2014 and son, Scott Kirches, in 1976. Jane was born in Brooklyn, New York on March 27, 1926 to Edward G. and Theresa V. Carson. She grew up in Hempstead and Garden City, New York, and graduated from Adelphi University. After marrying Ed in 1948, the family relocated to Colorado Springs in 1958. Jane loved to travel with her family and enjoyed many trips to Florida, Santa Fe, England, Germany, and Mexico. She lived life with gusto and was always ready for an adventure. Jane had a close relationship with her granddaughters and nurtured their interest in music, live theater, reading, and dogs. Jane was a member of the Broadmoor Skating Club and Country Club of Colorado. She participated in water aerobics well into her 80's. She spoke often of her friends from the pool and enjoyed spending time with them in and out of the water. The family wishes to thank her caregivers, Susann DeStigter and Sheri Welch, from Home Care Assistance of Colorado Springs who gave Jane excellent care, love, and respect during her last months. The family will celebrate Jane's life at a private gathering.Posted:September 24 CHEVROLET Spark EV 2016 $12,550 STK# P8134 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24 FORD F-350 Diesel 2015 $48,443 STK# P8123 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24 GMC Yukon SLE 2015 $41,043 STK# 717214A 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24 SUBARU Crosstrek Premium 2016 $22,362 STK# V6072 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24 GMC Sierra SLT 2016 $36,483 STK# 717333A 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24 FORD F-150 King Ranch 2014 $34,565 STK# P8131 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24 CHEVROLET Traverse LT 2017 $26,552 STK# P8141 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24 NISSAN Pathfinder SL 2015 $28,247 STK# P8149 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:September 24Gladin Elizabeth Anne "Betty" Gladin October 31, 1946 September 19, 2017 Elizabeth Anne "Betty" Gladin, a resident of Colorado Springs since 1959, passed away on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at Pikes Peak Hospice. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She will be deeply missed. Betty was born on October 31, 1946 in Englewood, New Jersey to Harold and Elizabeth Claire (Sheary) Blume. She obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Business Education from Adams State College. She married Terry Q. Gladin on May 22, 1971 in Colorado Springs at the First United Methodist Church, Lehmberg Chapel. Betty was an avid crafter who enjoyed crocheting. She also loved traveling with her firefighter family to the World Police and Fire Games, reading, and working puzzles. She is survived by her husband, Terry Gladin; son, Mark (Lena) Gladin; sister, Mary (Frank) Griffin; 5 grandchildren: Matthew, Quentin, Kylee, Mia, and Dalton; 4 nephews; 2 nieces; and 1 grand-niece. She was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Grant Gladin; and a sister, Patricia Perry. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at Shrine of Remembrance "America the Beautiful" Chapel, 1730 East Fountain Boulevard. A luncheon reception will follow at the Olympian Plaza Reception and Event Center, 975 South Union Boulevard. Private inurnment will take place at Shrine of Remembrance Mausoleum, Gate of Heaven East Patio Niches. Memorials in Betty's name may be made to Donate Life online at DonateLife.net, or mailed to 701 East Byrd Street, 16th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219. Online condolences: ShrineOfRemembrance.comPosted:September 24Sutton Betty Jeanne Berry Sutton Betty Jeanne Berry Sutton passed away in Tampa, Florida on September 16, 2017. Betty was born August 6 or 7, 1928 - depending on the difference between what the doctor mistakenly put at 2 minutes past midnight of the 6th and the actual date of the 7th. Her birthday had always been celebrated on the 7th, but when needing a passport, she discovered the error on her birth certificate. Betty found that you never ask your mother if she is sure about the date of your birth. Betty was born to Ross R. and Eva Troth Berry in Colorado Springs, CO at then Bethel, now Memorial Hospital. She attended Buena Vista Elementary, West Junior, Colorado Springs/Palmer High, Denver University, where she was a member of Delta Zeta sorority, and the University of Northern Colorado. She held numerous jobs in her life, the first when in 8th grade at her Father's grocery store, Purity Food Store located on South Tejon St. One of her last jobs was managing an EZ Shop, which became a 7-11. She always loved going grocery shopping and later, when visiting her daughters loved going grocery shopping with them. In between the grocery jobs, she worked at Hibbard's Department Store with the same 2 women her mother had worked with before Betty was born. In 1948 she married William A. Sutton - they later divorced. While Bill attended CU she worked for Esquire-Coronet magazine in Boulder. She worked for Colorado Springs Utilities, Emerson Electric, sold World Book Encyclopedias, sold memberships to a health spa and delivered The Gazette to paper racks. She enjoyed participating in many sports - softball, basketball (city championship in 1945), skiing, tennis, golf, bowling and later watching sporting events on TV. She especially loved the New York Yankees teams of the 1940's and later the Broncos. She remembers playing touch football on Pearl Harbor Day and didn't know about the attack until on her way home from Youth League when a neighbor told her and a friend, both of them ran home to tell their parents, they were glued to the radio for days. Betty set up a card table in the living room with maps to keep abreast of troops movements. Betty left Colorado Springs for several years to live in Phoenix and Las Vegas, returning home in 2005 to the shadow of Pikes Peak. She had recently moved to Tampa, FL to be near daughter Becky and son-in-law Ed. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Eva Mae Nichols. She is survived by daughters Penny Sutton Maraglia (Frank) and Becky Ann Kobel (Ed), sister Marilyn Graham, several nephews, one of whom - Jeff Graham who was so kind to her in later years, with whom she enjoyed watching sporting events, especially college and Bronco football. There will be no services and cremation, per her request. Visit her online guestbook at www.blountcurrymacdill.comPosted:September 24FATHER & SON HOME REPAIRS Lic, Insured, BBB Workmanship guaranteed 432-8764 or 930-3157Posted:September 24AKC Black Labrador puppies for Sale, $900 each, parents on site, 1st shots, health certificates. Call 719-684-3708Posted:September 24Dausel Barbara Jean Dausel Barbara Jean Dausel was born on April 6, 1928, in Denver, CO and passed from this life on September 15, 2017 at 2:47pm at Cheyenne Mountain Care Center, Colorado Springs, CO. Barbara had four children, including Jeannie Dorthia Raley, who preceded her in death. She is survived by three children: William Ned Dausel, Kathleen Wildman, and James Dausel, nine grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and 9 great-great-grandchildren. Barbara was a prayerful and faithful Christian, and a caring, loving person. She was loved by all. She was a longtime active member of Central United Methodist Church, and taught Sunday School for about 40 years. She managed a shop at North Pole Santa Clause Land for 30 years. She loved gardening and growing flowers and giving the flowers away to people. She made cards and sent them to people. She painted her house twice. She loved spending time with family and friends. Many people were impacted by her. She loved to make candies and visit with people at nursing homes.
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