Posted:January 24INVITATION FOR BIDS Sealed BIDS for construction of City of Victor Water System Improvements will be received at the offices of the City of Victor at PO Box 86, Victor Colorado 80860, until Friday, March 9th at 10:00 A.M., at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. The project generally consists of: The installation of a 6" pressure reducing valve (PRV) with pre-cast concrete vault at the intersection of 3rd St. and Portland Ave and approximately 1150 feet of new 8" looped waterline along Portland Ave. between 1st St. and 7th St. Project includes replacing several fire hydrants as well. Interior and exterior surface preparation, containment and coating of the existing 250,000 gallon water storage tank. The installation of a 12" altitude valve with vault and associated pipe and valves at tank site. All bids must be submitted in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Bids will only be accepted from qualified general contractors that have demonstrated experience in construction projects of this type. A Bid Bond, in the amount of 5% will be required and must accompany the bid. Performance and Payment Bonds will be required upon contract award. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on Thursday, February 8th at 10:00 A.M. at the offices of the City of Victor at 500 Victor Avenue, Victor, Colorado 80860. Copies of Drawings, Specifications, and other Contract Documents for use in preparing Bids may be obtained from the Engineer after January 23, 2018 at 118 West 6th Street, Suite 200, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601. Electronic documents may be obtained by emailing Matt Hutson at SGM (firstname.lastname@example.org) and cc. Joan Preisner with SGM at (email@example.com). The email subject line shall read: Request for Electronic Bid Documents - City of Victor Water System Improvements. The email shall contain the following information: Name, Company, and Phone Number. FTP site login information will be sent via email to the requested once adequate information has been provided. Hard copies are available at cost for each set of Contact Documents. Payment is to be made to Engineer, whose mailing address is: 118 West 6th Street, Suite 200, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601. All payments made for Drawings, Specification, and other Contract Documents are nonrefundable. Copies of the Drawings and Project Specifications are also on file and may be examined at Engineer's address during normal working hours. All technical questions should be directed in writing to Matt Hutson, SGM, 245 E. Highway 50, Salida, CO 81201 (firstname.lastname@example.org, or (719) 207-4340). Published in The CS Gazette January 24 and 28, 2018.Posted:January 242016 Harley Davidson, Heritage Softtail Classic, Black, only 2100 miles, $15,000 firm. 719-650-2049Posted:January 24PUBLIC NOTICE In accord with C.R.S. 38-26-107(1), notice is hereby given that final settlement will be made on or about February 9, 2018 on Contract C008512 for: Indoor Air Quality Improvements Fire Station 15 Project by and between the City of Colorado Springs and Great West Construction. See www.colorado springs.gov/contr acting for claim filing information. Published in The CS Gazette Jan. 22, 29, 2018.Posted:January 24EL PASO COUNTY COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 South Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 CASE NUMBER: 18C 0120 DIVISION: R COURTROOM: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Adult: Ryan Alexander Udell For a Change of Name to: Ryan Alexander Aquilino PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on January 11, 2018 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: Ryan Alexander Udell be changed to: Ryan Alexander Aquilino Dr. Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in The CS Gazette: Jan. 23, 24, 25, 2018.Posted:January 24EL PASO COUNTY FIELD-DISTRICT & COUNTY COURTS EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 South Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 CASE NUMBER: 17C 3171 Division: R Courtroom: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Alicia Scott For Minor Child: Amari Caimile Robins For Change of Name to: Amari Caimile Scott PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on January 19, 2018, 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: Amari Caimile Robins be changed to: Amari Caimile Scott Dr.Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in The CS Gazette Jan. 20, 21, 22 2018.Posted:January 24Lopez Johnny Lopez November 26, 1955 - January 2, 2018 Johnny Lopez died unexpectedly at the beginning of the year. The Austin, Texas native lived in Woodland Park, having moved to Colorado 25 years ago. Though he grew up in Central Texas, Johnny came to love the mountains and their winters. He moved with his wife, Darla, to Colorado in 1993, and they raised their two children, Jensen (27) and Johnny (25), there. His oldest son, Elton (42), lives in Houston. Johnny called Colorado home, and his friends, co-workers at StarTek Health, and the parishioners from Our Lady of the Woods in Woodland Park saw him as an indispensable part of their communities. But he would visit Texas as often as he could. Johnny loved his Dallas Cowboys, his Texas Longhorns, and his brisket and sausage. He loved his family, too. Last fall, his extended family drove to Lubbock, to meet in the middle and celebrate his mother Lola's 92nd birthday. Over Christmas, several nieces, nephews, and their families drove up from Houston, bringing nine Texans to stay with their favorite uncle. Johnny is survived by Darla, Jensen, and Johnny Lopez; Elton Lopez; his mother, Lola Lopez; sisters Jo Ann Lopez and Barbara Godoy; and his mother-in-law, Ruth Snively. He also is loved and missed by three grandchildren, six nieces, and nine nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Johnnie Lopez; his brothers Roy and Joe Rivera; and his niece, Valerie Godoy.Posted:January 24EL PASO COUNTY FIELD-DISTRICT & COUNTY COURTS EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 South Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 CASE NUMBER: 17C 3357 Division: R Courtroom: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Krystal Hahnebohm For Minor Child: Kale Anthony Hahnebohm For Change of Name to: Kale Lighton Muckelrath PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on January 19, 2018 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: Kale Anthony Hahnebohm be changed to: Kale Lighton Muckelrath Dr.Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in The CS Gazette Jan. 20, 21, 22 2018.Posted:January 24Spillane Matthew R Spillane August 21, 1982 - January 13, 2018 Matthew Spillane, 35, passed away peacefully January 13, 2018. Matt was born in Colorado Springs, CO and lived in Divide, CO with his wife and two daughters. Matt is survived by his wife Lindsey Spillane; two daughters Abaigeal and Sophia Spillane; father Kevin Spillane; mother Gina Spillane; siblings Brian (Keisha) and Caitlin. A memorial will be held at 11:00 am, Saturday, January 27, 2018 at Impact Christian Church, 27400 N. Highway 67, Woodland Park, CO 80863. Flowers may be delivered to Mountain Memorial Funeral Home, 51 CR 5, Divide, CO 80814.Posted:January 24TELLER COUNTY COMBINED COURT COLORADO 101 West Bennet Ave. P.O. Box 997 Cripple Creek Colorado, 80813 CASE NUMBER: 18 C2 DIVISION: T In the Matter of the Petition of Adult: Jeffrey Aerron Hill For a Change of Name to: Jeffery Aaerron Hill PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on January 10, 2018 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: Jeffrey Aerron Hill be changed to: Jeffery Aaerron Hill Samuel Tygret Clerk of Court Theresa Kilgore Deputy Clerk Published in The CS Gazette: Jan. 20, 21, 22, 2018.Posted:January 24Adam the Handyman 40 yrs experience. ALL HOME REPAIRS Fence-Deck-Tree Trim-Landscaping. Quotes 719-232-7545Posted:January 24BROADMOOR 1 Bd/1 Bth Apartment on SCENIC Old Stage Rd. STUNNING VIEWS OF CITY LIGHTS. Right on Cheyenne Mtn. $995 + Utilities, PRIVATE DECK + CARPORT! Just minutes from the Zoo & Downtown ~ Unique!!! (719) 471-0055Posted:January 24BEST WORK & PRICE IN TOWN Int/Ext. Paint, Drywall, wallppr remv, & ceilings. Maintence. Guar. 719-306-9903Posted:January 24NISSAN Xterra Black, 2002, For Sale. Good condition. Runs good. $2,000/OBO, (719) 596-6433Posted:January 24The following vehicle(s) were towed and abandoned and will be placed for sale. Lot Address: 6201 E. Platte Ave Colorado Springs, CO 80915 1994 Nissan Sentra, VIN#844233 2001 Jeep Cherokee, VIN#605043 1998 Dodge Intrepid, VIN#184657 2003 Ford Taurus, VIN#103736 2002 Honda Civic, VIN#013248 1997 Fleetwood Prowler, VIN#264769 2007 VW Jetta, VIN#242519 1992 Honda Civic, VIN#017547 1993 Honda Civic, VIN#808500 The above vehicle(s) were towed by Immediate Recovery Services. 719-510-9824 Published in the CS Gazette Jan. 23, 2018.Posted:January 24Whirlpool 25cu. ft. Refrigerator, Side by side, 1 yr old, like new $700, OBO. (719) 434-8128.Posted:January 24Harden Jim Harden 1942 - 2018 Jim Harden, 75, died from a stroke on January 20 at his home in the Adirondacks. He was a guy on the go. He was born on an Army Base in 1942 and grew up in Miami and the Everglades. The oldest of 5 brothers, he spent his youth fishing, snorkeling and boating at the stilt house his father built in the flats of Biscayne Bay. In 1965 he joined the army and went to Vietnam for three tours as an Airborne Ranger, Green Beret. As a LRRP, he and a small troop of 5 men were dropped on ropes from helicopters behind enemy lines for reconnaissance. He received 2 metals for valor and bravery under fire. For the rest of his life he faced any obstacle in the same courageous way. He returned to the states and received an Engineering degree at Berkeley and then worked for IBM for many years. It was there he met Susan (Stark) Aka Mercedes and they married in 1986. Told he was sterile from exposure to Agent Orange, they were both thrilled when they had a beautiful baby boy Benjamin in 1989. From then on he totally focused on teaching his son everything he knew of life. He started a Cub Scout troop and as Ben got older became a Boy Scout leader mentoring Ben to become an Eagle Scout. He taught Ben how to draw when he was three using models of animals. He taught Ben's high school buddies how to tie a tie. He was an amazing man, able to build, invent or repair any item on this planet. His friends called him a true renaissance man. He had many hobbies: piloting of his small plane, dirt bike racing, riding his 5 horses, beekeeping. He owned every tool invented by man; if he couldn't buy it, he would make it. Jim and his family lived in Colorado Springs until 2015 when they moved to Northern New York to be close to family. Benjamin remains in Boulder where he works for the University as an architect. Jim loved teaching at all levels and was happy to share his many hobbies with anyone who was interested. He is survived by his wife and son. Contact: Harden, Effley Dam Rd, Croghan, NY 13327. A Memorial service will be held this summer at the family camp on the Beaver River. Condolences may be made at www.isenekerfuneralhome.comPosted:January 24FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY 270 S. Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 CASE NUMBER: 18C 17 Division: R Courtroom: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Lauren Sanderson For Minor Child: Jacob Scott Beadle For Change of Name to: Jacob Scott Stone PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on January 11, 2018, 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: Jacob Scott Beadle be changed to: Jacob Scott Stone Dr.Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in The CS Gazette Jan. 24, 25, 26, 2018.Posted:January 24Gonzales Jr. Jesus James Gonzales Jr. October 17, 1952 January 03, 2018 Born in Colorado Springs, CO; passed from complications due to sever illness. United States Navy Veteran. Retired Lieutenant Deputy San Ysidro Marshal's Office New Mexico and also retired Communications Director for Albuquerque Public Schools. Survived by mother and father, Agnes and Richard Grafton Jr. of Colorado Springs, Colorado. One brother, Jimmy J Gonzales; sisters, Janis Noriega, Judy Rochna, Joy Martinez, Julie Olivas and their families. Services will be held on January 27th at 1:00pm at Life Church 1318 N. Circle DR. Colorado Springs, CO.Posted:January 24 MERCURY Grand Marquis 2001, runs great, stereo, $1700 OBO, Lincoln Towncar 2000, run great $1700 OBO, 2001 Mustang, $2000 OBO, needs power steering pump but runs great 432-7347Posted:January 24Lamont Matthew Lee Lamont May 18,1985 - January 23, 2004 Today is full of memories of a man laid to rest, Every single one of them is filled with happiness. For you were someone special always such a a joy to know. There was so much pain when it was time to let you go. That's why this special message is sent to heaven above for the angels to take care of you and give you all our love.Posted:January 24Carlsen Carole Lee (Adams) Carlsen August 23, 1942 - January 18, 2018 Carole Lee (Adams) Carlsen, a 50-year career educator with a passion for helping students and those around her prepare for the future and succeed beyond their expectations, died Thursday, January 18, 2018, in Colorado Springs following a year-long battle with ALS. She was 75 years old. Carole died with her husband, Ken, and two sons, John and Paul, by her side. Carole was born August 23, 1942 in Whittier, NC, to Henry Clay Adams, a 30-year Navy veteran, and Ferry Lee (Revis) Adams. She and her siblings, Robert R. Adams and Wanda Marie (Adams) Cutchins, moved often as children. Carole earned her BA from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After graduating, she joined three of her friends and became an elementary school teacher in Jacksonville, FL, where she met and married LT (j.g.) Kenneth Leroy Carlsen on March 12, 1966. Carole would go on to earn a Master of Arts at Western Washington University and a Principal's License at the University of Denver. Carole's brightest stars in her life were her husband and sons; together, they enjoyed living and learning throughout the US and the world. Carole often said her family was on a magic carpet that landed at exciting places when Ken received new orders as a naval officer. Carole always had two Siamese cats, who accompanied the family on all of their adventures. Carole enjoyed working in public schools as a teacher, a principal, and in several human resources positions. After retiring for a third time, she taught classes for universities. Carole made many friends throughout her life, both as a professional and as a Navy wife, and always made it a habit to stay in touch with her friends and family over the years. Christmas was a highlight for Carole, who looked forward all year to composing a Christmas card to send to friends and family. She liked to be the first to send her Christmas card, and enjoyed making her cards as creative as possible (sometimes even letting her cats author the cards). Carole is survived by her husband, Ken Carlsen of Colorado Springs; her sons, John (Lynn) Carlsen of Rockville, MD, and Paul (Christina) Carlsen of Sheboygan, WI; her granddaughters, Delia, Jovi, and Cara; her sister, Wanda Cutchins; and numerous nieces and nephews. Carole was predeceased by her parents, Henry and Ferry Lee Adams, and brother, Robert R. Adams. A private graveside service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Memorial donations can be directed to The ALS Association Rocky Mountain Chapter (alscolorado.org) and The Foundation for School District 11 (foundationford11.com).Posted:January 24Ramirez-Rocha Mario Alberto Ramirez-Rocha 2 de marzo de 1986 3 de agosto de 2017 Mario Alberto Ramirez-Rocha muri inesperadamente el domingo, 13 de Agosto de 2017 en su casa de Colorado Springs. Naci el 2 de marzo de 1986 en mexico. El vino a Colorado Springs para encontrar una mejor oportunidad no sabiendo lo que haba en el almacen para el. Era soltero y trabaj duro para lograr un futuro mejor para el mismo. Mario era una gran persona, y habl largamente sobre las cosas que le hizo feliz. Hemos perdido una gran persona, pero Dios ha ganado un ngel. Un servicio conmemorativo se llevar a cabo el sbado, 27 de enero a la 1:00 p.m. en el Evergreen Funeraria, con una recepcin despues. Esto no es adis sino hasta pronto. Su vida hermosa sern apreciadas en la familia Ramrez para siempre.Posted:January 24Rochette Edward C. Rochette February 17, 1927 - January 18, 2018 Edward C. Rochette Jr., was born Feb. 17, 1927, in Worcester, Mass., to Edward Rochette, a physician, and Lilia A. (Viau) Rochette. Both parents died before Edward Jr. reached adulthood. Ed had a sparkling wit, creative spirit, astute mind, and a strong ethical compass that guided his life and family. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Mary; his three sons (Edward, Paul and Philip) from his first wife Faye (who died in 1977); four stepchildren (Joseph, Michael, Paul and Susan); 14 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Ed served for many years as the Executive Director of the American Numismatic Association (ANA) and devoted his long career to sharing fascinating stories behind coins and medallions. Ed told COINage magazine in 2006, "I've never gone out and tried to corner a market or buy something because it was rare. I'd buy it because I could write a story about it." Spending most of his life in Colorado Springs, Ed carried a bit of East Coast character from his Worcester birthplace, where he first learned a love for coins at his grandfather's diner by sorting through unusual change in the cash drawer. He served as an electrician in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and attended Clark University in Worcester and Washington University in St. Louis. His professional numismatic career began as a cartoonist and editor for Numismatic News in Iola, Wisconsin. Ed brought his family to Colorado Springs in 1966 to become editor of the ANA magazine; from there he became executive vice president, then executive director. He retired in 1987 but was asked to return in 1998 as executive director, serving again for 5 years. During his second tenure Ed oversaw the remodeling and expansion of the ANA's Money Museum and Library; in 2005 the museum was renamed in his honor. He was a prolific writer, authoring the books The Romance of Coin Collecting, Medallic Portraits of John F. Kennedy, and Making Money: Rogues and Rascals Who've Made Their Own. He wrote a weekly coin column nationally syndicated by the Los Angeles Times and monthly columns for COINage magazine and ANA's Numismatist magazine. In the 1980s Ed launched the week-long ANA Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs. He was also instrumental in developing the numismatic exhibit for the International Olympic Committee's museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, and served as a numismatic consultant to the U.S. Olympic Committee and the U.S. Air Force Academy. Ed received the ANA's Glenn Smedley Memorial and Lifetime Achievement Awards, Medal of Merit, and the association's highest honor, the Farran Zerbe Memorial Award for Distinguished Service, and numerous other numismatic honors. The family wishes to thank the dedicated staff at Mackenzie Place memory care and the New Century Hospice. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to New Century Hospice, 6270 Lehman Drive, Suite 150, 80918. A celebration of life service is being planned for a date to be announced in the near future.Posted:January 24Golden Doodle Puppy $500.00 9 wks. 719-304-6618Posted:January 24Cornell Harold E. Cornell November 17th, 1927 - January 17th, 2018 Harold E. Cornell, beloved husband, passed away on January 17th, 2018, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was a proud New Yorker, born in the Bronx, New York City, November 17th, 1927; the middle of three children born to Edwin and Mary Cornell. Upon graduating high school in 1945, Harold's first job was working for the New York City phone company. Soon thereafter, he actually opened and operated his own gas station, but was quickly called into a life in the military. He served in the Army for four years, then enlisted in the Air Force, where he rose to the rank of Master Sergeant over the course of the next 20 years. In the military, Harold saw the world, being stationed in places such as Alaska and Germany. When in Germany he met Senta Deppisch, and they married in 1960, a union which would last until her death in 1997. Upon leaving the military in 1978, Harold moved to Colorado Springs, where he was a stellar post office employee until his retirement. He soon thereafter met Rebecca, the second love of his life, and they were married April 2002. Harold was a jovial soul, loving to tell stories of his youth, socializing, eating desserts, and playing dominos with friends, family and neighbors. He was a big fan of the Broncos and Rockies. His favorite pet was a cat named Muffy. He leaves behind his devoted wife, Rebecca Cornell; and the loving family of: Bernadette and Wayne Smith, Rita and Kevin Ellson, John Gonzales, Mark Gonzales, and Cynthia and Glenn Clark; grandkids, Jennifer, Joshua, Jessica, Tyler, Luke, Ethan, Haley; and great-granddaughters Ashtyn and Kylee A Celebration of Life is scheduled for Saturday, January 27th, 2018, at 1:00pm, at Swan-Law Funeral Directors, 501 North Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to any veterans organization.Posted:January 24Trail Reo Clinton Trail October 2, 1921 - January 19, 2018 With deep and heavy sadness, we report that Reo Clinton Trail, age 96, passed away peacefully with his loving son at his side on Friday, January 19, 2018. Originally from Wyoming, after living and traveling all over the world as a military officer, he had been a resident of Colorado Springs for the last 47 years. Reo was born on October 2, 1921 to Charlie Trail and Dottie (Gordon) Trail in Upton, Wyoming. As a young child, Reo fell in love with flight, and watched every plane that flew overhead with awe and fascination. Reo volunteered during WWII, and became a Private in the U.S. Army Air Corp. In 1942, he received his Silver Wings and C-47 Aircraft Pilot Certificate, and was assigned as a 64th Troop Carrier in Europe and North Africa, dropping paratroopers and supplies behind enemy lines. Among many others, Reo flew General Eisenhower, General Patton, and General Eaker, who said he had never flown with a pilot in whom he had more confidence. Throughout his long and decorated career, Reo completed certification to fly the B-17, B-24, B-25, B-47, C-47, and C-54. After charming her with poetry, a convertible, and his movie-star good looks, Reo married Martha Lou Bothwell in Caldwell, Kansas on September 8, 1949. She expertly assumed the challenges of being a military spouse, and was an asset to his long and successful military career. Reo received a degree in history from the George Washington University in Washington, DC in 1951. In 1970, Reo and his family settled in Colorado Springs, where he retired as a Colonel. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church and the Antique Car Club. Reo loved to fly, restore antique automobiles, and read a wide variety of books, but especially history books and Westerns. He could fix almost anything, sweet talk almost anyone, and befriend any child or animal. He was a natty dresser, wonderful story-teller, and a great dancer. He hated Chevrolets, snakes, sheep, and light beer. He loved a good joke, coffee, donuts, Chivas Regal, margaritas, Fords, and great music. But most of all, he loved his family, his friends, and the great outdoors. He is survived by his wife; sister, Wilma Trail Japp; children: William (Elsa), Julia (Jeffrey), and Cathleen (Andy), eight grandchildren: Shawn, Kimberly, Christina, Jason, Aidan, Grace, Kellan, and Ian; and two great-grandchildren, Natalie, and Taliah. We will miss his sense of humor, curiosity, kindness, and the twinkle in his blue eyes. The family would especially like to thank the staff at Sunrise Senior Living Center for their love and tenderness to him in his final years. A funeral service will be held from 10:00-11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at First United Methodist Church in Colorado Springs. Inurnment will be held at 1:00 p.m. on the same day at Shrine of Remembrance Mausoleum. A reception will be held following the ceremonies. In lieu of flowers, please check the air pressure in your tires, give a child a donut, wink at a stranger, and love your life. He would have wanted that. Online Condolences: ShrineOfRemembrance.comPosted:January 24Dahlstedt Arleen (Krenke) Dahlstedt August 23, 1933 - January 15, 2018 Arleen Dahlstedt passed away on January 15th, 2018. Arleen was born on August 23rd, 1933 on a family farm near Deshler, Nebraska. Arleen was predeceased by her parents, Henry and Gertrude Krenke and her husband, Carle Dahlstedt. She is survived by her sons Kevin, Kent, and Keith, and her siblings, Betty, Delores, Rueben, and Kenneth as well as her daughters-in-law, Sandy Dahlstedt and Lisa Brill. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Breezy Caldwell, JP Rucks, Jennifer Hansen, David Harkins, Eryn Dahlstedt, and Christina Nuss-Brill and her great grandchildren Autumn Caldwell, Declyn Caldwell, Akira Hansen, Eoghan Hansen, Emily Rucks, Andrew Rucks, and Maddy Rucks. After living in Nebraska and Kansas, Arleen moved with her family and husband Carle to Colorado Springs in 1970. Arleen has been an active member of the west side community since then. Arleen was extremely invested in her family and her church. She worked as a housewife and held various administrative roles working alongside her husband Carle in the family business. At various times Arleen was a Cub Scout leader, church volunteer, and primary cheerleader for her sons' activities and sporting events. Arleen loved to bowl and was an active bowler with various women's teams with significant success until late in her life. Arleen regularly hosted events with the extended family as well as family friends. Her hospitality always provided an awesome forum for the family to get together, play games, and cheer for the Cornhuskers. There are those that are ambitious, and this ambition is reflected in a showing of a strong desire and determination to succeed. This success is often reflected in a willingness to make great sacrifices to achieve personal goals and notoriety and are rightfully admired but for people like Arleen these sacrifices were made not for personal notoriety or personal goals but rather, for her children, her family, and her church. Her ambition was to serve, suffer, and sacrifice for others. There is nothing more noble and nothing more impactful. Arleen knew that the only thing you take with you is your relationships with others and her investments to that end will provide her treasures in heaven. Many of us can only aspire to achieve the same. Arleen will be fondly remembered and loved by many. We all look forward to spending time with her again. Any memorials can be donated to: Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, 1318 North Circle Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80909 Services on 1/26/2018, to be at the same location: Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, 1318 North Circle Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80909 10:00am Viewing 11:00am ServicesPosted:January 24Beck Norman Beck Jan. 3, 1938 - Jan. 20, 2018 Norman Beck entered the presence of the Lord January 20, 2018 following complications of Lewy Body Dementia. He was born in Woodward, Oklahoma January 3, 1938. He graduated summa cum laude from Ashland (KS) High School in 1955. He graduated from Baylor University in 1959. After doing his graduate work at Stanford University, he went on to work for Lockheed Martin as an aerospace engineer. He worked at Lockheed 42 years. He moved to Colorado Springs in 2002 so he could fulfill his dream of volunteering at Focus on the Family. His favorite Scripture verse was John 3:16. His passion for life was to live so that others could know. He taught Sunday school classes for adults and children. He served with the Gideons handing out Scriptures for 40 years. One of his favorite joys was playing trumpet in the New Horizons band. He is survived by his wife of 47 years LuWana Beck, daughter LaVada (Tom) Torzewski, daughter Melody (Pat) Schaeffer, son Michael (Jill) McCoy, granddaughters Madisen and Whitney McCoy, and his brother Judson Beck. He was preceded in death by his father Reverend Haskell Beck and his mother LaVada Beck. Burial will be at Evergreen cemetery. Memorial service will be at Vista Grande Baptist church, Friday January 26th at 1:00pm.Posted:January 24Johannson James Johannson March 10, 1964 - January 21, 2018 James Johannson, 53, passed away unexpectedly in the early morning hours of January 21, 2018, at his home in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Johannson had an unparalleled love for his family, hockey (and golf), and an endless zest for life. Johannson, a two-time Olympian, was an accomplished hockey player and executive whose impact reached across the globe. Born on March 10, 1964 in Rochester, Minnesota, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1982-86, and alongside his brother John, helped the Badgers win an NCAA Championship during his freshman season. He was selected in the 7th round of the NHL draft in 1982 by the Hartford Whalers and went on to play several seasons in the International Hockey League. Johannson also spent two years playing in the Bavarian region in Germany - which he frequently referenced as amongst his most cherished experiences. He was extremely honored to represent his country in the 1988 and 1992 Olympic Winter Games. Following his playing career, Johannson spent five years as the General Manager of the Twin Cities Vulcans, and captured the USA Junior A Championship in the 2000 season. He joined USA Hockey later that year, and his 18-year tenure is marked by unprecedented success for American teams in international competition. He served as a team executive and/or general manager for nearly every Men's USA Hockey team since 2000. Under Johannson's watch, U.S. teams won 64 medals in major international competition, including 34 gold, 19 silver, and 11 bronze medals. Notably, in the 2016-17 season, U.S. teams captured five gold medals in international play, a feat no other country in the world has ever accomplished. He was instrumental in the development of the National Team Development Program in Plymouth, Michigan (originally located in Ann Arbor), as well as the acquisition of their base facility - the USA Hockey Arena - which now serves as the home arena for varied USA Hockey activities. His passion reached to all levels of hockey - including the launching of much acclaimed programs to benefit young players, coaches, and officials. At the time of his passing, Johannson was preparing to lead Team USA as General Manager of the Men's Ice Hockey team at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games in South Korea. While recognizing a career of success on the ice, Johannson was innately more accomplished in life. His true championships were earned as a humble, caring, and thoughtful husband, father, friend, and teammate. He was that gracious friend you could always trust, and he never declined a friend, player, or family in need. Johannson was most proud to contribute to the unprecedented success of the American born hockey player over the last two decades - yet regularly attributed any success to others. A sincere and caring soul, he was kind, gentle and generous. Any encounter with Johannson started and ended with discussion about his family. He married Abigail Tompkins on September 10, 2011. They welcomed their daughter, Eleanor Louise, into their world in December 2015. Nothing could ever rival Johannson's love and affection for his wife Abby, and their two-year-old daughter, Ellie. Every discussion was interspersed with a photo or video of Ellie. Every international competition or meeting included Abby and Ellie. Everyone around this sweet gentleman recognized his unfailing love for his wife and daughter. He will be remembered as a patriot, and loving husband, father, and friend. Johannson was preceded in death by his mother, Marietta. He is survived by his wife, Abby and daughter Ellie (Colorado Springs, CO); father Kenneth Johannson (Rochester, MN); Sister Judy Stevenson (Neenah, WI - husband Judd, and children Tyler and Taylor); brother John (Minneapolis, MN - wife Margarita, and children Johnny, Matias, Anna, and Daniela); and countless friends and acquaintances around the world. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to either The USA Hockey Foundation (for the benefit of the "Jim Johannson Legacy Fund"), 1775 Bob Johnson Drive, Colorado Springs, CO, 80906; or to the Eleanor Johannson 529 Education Fund; c/o Morgan Stanley, 34901 Woodward Avenue; Suite 300; Birmingham, MI 48009. Visitation will be on Wednesday, January 24, from 5:00 to 8:00 PM at the Swan-Law Funeral Home, 501 N. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO, 80903. A Memorial service will be held on Thursday, January 25, at 11:00 AM at First Presbyterian Church, 219 Bijou Street, Colorado Springs, Co, 80903. Reception to follow.Posted:January 24Pennington Joan Mae Pennington May 30, 1938 - January 21, 2018 Joan Mae Pennington went home to be with the Lord on January 21, 2018. Joan was born in Colorado Springs on May 30, 1938 and grew up in Calhan. Joan was preceded in death by her beloved: son, Patrick; great-grandchild, Josiah; parents, John and Helen Murin; and sister, Marion (Thomas). Joan is survived by her devoted and loving husband, Roger, married for 58 years. Joan is also survived by her loving children: Mike (Denise), John (Andrea), Mark (Naomi), Paul (Sharon); her loving grandchildren: Nicole, Daniel (Krista), John (Jamie), Christopher (Sarah), Jenny, Joseph, Dalton; her loving great-grandchildren: Joseph; Gabriella; Owen. Joan loved worshiping the Lord and she loved spending time with her husband and family. She was also a long-time parishioner at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, where she served as a dedicated Sunday School teacher for over forty years and where she also enjoyed tending their garden. A rosary will be held at 9:30a.m., prior to the funeral mass which begins at 10:00a.m., on Friday, January 26, 2018 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 3122 Poinsetta Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80907. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial donations to Holy Trinity Catholic Church.Posted:January 24Morgan Jesse James Morgan May 28, 1993 - January 16, 2018 Jesse Morgan, 24, passed away on Tuesday January 16, 2018. He was born in Colorado Springs, CO, on May 28, 1993 to James Morgan and Briania Tryon. He has two sisters, Casie Tryon and Meghan Volk, and one brother Noah Morgan. The world lost a precious soul too soon, Jesse was known for his kindness and unwavering forgiveness. Jesse will be remembered for his kind and generous heart that was accepting of everyone, his handsome good looks, and his great smile. He attended school in Woodland Park, CO, and worked at a variety of jobs. He enjoyed sports, music and the outdoors. He is survived by his wife, Kindra Faulkner; his father, James Morgan and stepmother Jennifer Morgan; two sisters, Casie Tryon and Meghan (Damon) Volk, and brother Noah Morgan; paternal grandfather Doug Morgan, paternal grandmother Ellen Williams, maternal grandfather Jack Tryon and maternal grandmother Teresa Tryon (Dave Leuty); multiple uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews, nieces and numerous friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, Briania Tryon. Services were held Monday, January 22, 2018 at Woodland Life Center, Church of the Nazarene, Woodland Park, CO. Jesse was laid to rest at the Woodland Park Cemetery. Donations in Jesse's memory may be made to the "Memorial Fund of Jesse Morgan" at any Wells Fargo Bank.Posted:January 24Robertson Daryl Alan Robertson Sept. 27 1947 - Jan. 18, 2018 Daryl Alan Robertson of Colorado Springs passed away on January 18th. Daryl was born in Colorado Springs on September 27th 1947 to Donald and Helene (Jackson) Robertson. He graduated from Palmer high school in 1965. After serving in the Army he was married to Ruth Ann Blanka from 1973 to 1994. They remained close until her death in 2016. Later Daryl met and married Janny Mariner in 2008. Daryl is survived by his wife, Janny; his brother, Dwight Robertson (Corinne); nephews, Wesley (Kirstin), Nicholas (Michelle), and Christopher; his daughter, Holly (Michael) Johnson; his son, Mark Robertson (Michele); Janny's daughter, Annie (Greg), and granddaughters, Zo & Cressa. Daryl enjoyed his career as a physical therapist assistant and was an avid gardener, spending his retirement years running Bountiful Harvest Gardens and sharing his love of nurturing plants with others. Services will be at 1:30pm on Friday the 26th January at the Pub Room on Fort Carson. Enter through Gate 1 and bring ID.Posted:January 24INVITATION FOR BIDS The City of Victor, Colorado will receive Bids for City of Victor Phase 4 Downtown Street and Drainage Project - CDBG #17-503 until 10:30 AM on Friday, the 9th day of March at 500 Victor Avenue, Victor, Colorado 80860 at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. A Mandatory Pre-bid conference will be held starting at 500 Victor Avenue, Victor, Colorado, 80860 on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 1:00 PM. The project consists of those items of work as contained in Bid Schedules A, B, C and Add Alternates 1 and 2 as contained in the Contract Documents. Bid documents, to include Plans and Specifications, are available after January 23, 2018 at the office of Obering Wurth & Associates, LLP, 1046 Elkton Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80907 for a non-refundable fee of $25 each. Digital copies of the Bid Documents are available upon request to the consultant's general mail box at email@example.com. A certified check or bank draft, payable to the order of City of Victor or negotiable U.S. Government bonds (at par value) or a satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder and an acceptable surety in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total Bid shall be submitted with each Bid. Attention is called to the fact that this is a federally funded project and not less than the minimum salaries and wages (Davis Bacon Wages), as set forth in the Contract Documents, must be paid on this project and that the Contractor must ensure that employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. In the event that the bidder anticipates hiring employees to work on this job, the bidder should contact the local manpower office for qualified candidates in accordance with Section 3 requirements. Prior to the awarding of the Contract, the City of Victor may defer its decision for a period not to exceed forty-five (45) days from the date of the opening of Bids for the purpose of reviewing the Bids and investigating the qualifications of Bidders, prior to awarding of the Contract. City of Victor Debra Downs, City Administrator Published in the CS Gazette January 21 and 24, 2018.Posted:January 24HANDYMAN WHO GIVES HANDYMAN Good Name. 28 years Knowledge & Experience. Credit cards ok (719)217-9962, JimPosted:January 24DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 S. Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Case Number: 2017PR575 Division: Courtroom: In the Matter of the Estate of: Barry W. Fountain, aka Barry William Fountain, aka Barry Fountain, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of El Paso County, Colorado, on or before May 18, 2018 or the claims may be forever barred. Attorney or Party Without Attorney: Shana Khanom Fountain 4779 N. Splendid Cir Colorado Springs, CO 80917 Phone: 703-203-4035 Published in CS Gazette: January 18, 25, February 1, 2018Posted:January 24The following vehicle(s) were towed, abandoned and will be placed for sale. NOTICE TO OBTAIN TITLE 99 FORD F150 VIN# N5097137 The above vehicles were towed by MGM Towing LLC, T-03616, 2124 E BOULDER ST, COLO SPGS CO 80909 (O.): 719-635-7449 (F.): 719-632-8322 firstname.lastname@example.org Published in The CS Gazette January 18, 2018.Posted:January 24The following vehicles were towed abandoned and will be placed for sale. NOTICE TO OBTAIN TITLE 2004 Jeep Cherokee, VIN: 1J4GW- 58N04C115769 2001 Chevrolet 3500, VIN: 1GCJK- 33101F191504 The above vehicle were towed by: DE Logistics, Inc. T-04553 7517 Tudor Rd. Colorado Springs, CO 80919 Phone: (719)-247-8087, Fax: (719)-375 0934 email@example.com Published in The CS Gazette Jan. 18, 2018.Posted:January 24Youthful Senior Lady seeks a home to share/room to rent in Woodland Park or COS. NS Must accept 2 cats & 2 dogs. Vet Ck'd and flea free. Available to do home health care in exchange for rent. Exp. & refs. avail. upon request. 251-222-2555Posted:January 24Kittle Thomas Allen Kittle May 1, 1932 - January 2, 2018 On January 2, 2018, at 85 years old, Thomas Allen Kittle, of Woodland Park, Colorado, went home to be with the Lord. Tom was born on May 1, 1932 in Lebanon, Kentucky to the parents of James and Carrie Kittle. Tom served in the U.S. Navy, where he met and married Shirley Robinson on June 16, 1951. Shirley was his best friend and the love of his life. After serving in the military, Tom earned his electronics degree at San Diego State University and began his 35-year career with IBM. Throughout life, Tom was an active leader in his church as a deacon, in choir and lay preacher. Tom also served as a reserve officer with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Dept., Captain of the Boulder County Sheriff's Reserve, was a volunteer with the Woodland Park Police, and as a Bailiff in Teller County Teen Court. Tom headed up the Woodland Park school's crossing guard program and provided security for school. He was lovingly known as "Mr. Skittles" by the kids. Tom is preceded in death by his wife of 56 years who passed away on January 1, 2008. He is survived by their four children: Thomas Kittle, David Kittle, Cheryl Tolson, and Lora Ehrichs, 13 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. A Celebration of Tom's Life will be held at High View Baptist Church on Saturday, January 27, 2018, at 1 p.m.Posted:January 24A-M Yardwork Sod rock remove/ replace, tree trim. Rototill. Retain walls. Yard Cleanup, Concrte, FENCE. Free est. Senior disc. 719-660-6915Posted:January 24LABS, AKC, 3M/4F, black/yellow, Exc. hunting bloodline. 1st shots, dewormed. 785-821-4234Posted:January 24INVITATION FOR BIDS The City of Victor, Colorado will receive Bids for City of Victor Phase 4 Downtown Street and Drainage Project - CDBG #17-503 until 10:30 AM on Friday, the 9th day of March at 500 Victor Avenue, Victor, Colorado 80860 at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. A Mandatory Prebid conference will be held starting at 500 Victor Avenue, Victor, Colorado, 80860 on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 1:00 PM. The project consists of those items of work as contained in Bid Schedules A, B, C and Add Alternates 1 and 2 as contained in the Contract Documents. Bid documents, to include Plans and Specifications, are available at the office of Obering Wurth & Associates, LLP, 1046 Elkton Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80907 for a non-refundable fee of $25 each. Digital copies of the Bid Documents are available upon request to the consultant's general mail box at owacivil1@ mindspring.com. A certified check or bank draft, payable to the order of City of Victor or negotiable U.S. Government bonds (at par value) or a satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder and an acceptable surety in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total Bid shall be submitted with each Bid. Attention is called to the fact that this is a federally funded project and not less than the minimum salaries and wages (Davis Bacon Wages), as set forth in the Contract Documents, must be paid on this project and that the Contractor must ensure that employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. In the event that the bidder anticipates hiring employees to work on this job, the bidder should contact the local manpower office for qualified candidates in accordance with Section 3 requirements. Prior to the awarding of the Contract, the City of Victor may defer its decision for a period not to exceed forty-five (45) days from the date of the opening of Bids for the purpose of reviewing the Bids and investigating the qualifications of Bidders, prior to awarding of the Contract. City of Victor Debra Downs, City Administrator Publish: January 24, 2018, Pikes Peak Courier January 24 and 28, 2018, Gazette TelegraphPosted:January 24Exp'd Cleaning lady. Wkly, bi-wkly. 1-time cleaning welcome. Refs. 719-237-4316 text, email vhunt firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted:January 24DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 S. Tejon Colorado Springs, CO 80901 Case Number: 2017PR407 In the Matter of the Estate of: Margaret Head, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of El Paso County, Colorado, on or before May 30, 2018 or the claims may be forever barred. Personal Representative for Margaret Head: Laura Lee Baarson 3246 Fernleaf Ct Castle Rock CO 80109 Published in CS Gazette Jan. 18, 25, and Feb. 1, 2018.Posted:January 24DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 S. Tejon Colorado Springs, CO 80901 Case Number: 2017PR534 Division: W Coutroom: W150 In the Matter of the Estate of: Ruth U. Bradford, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of El Paso County, Colorado, on or before May 18, 2018 or the claims may be forever barred. Personal Representative for Ruth U. Bradford: Ernest H. Dicks PO BOX 673 Harriman, NY, 10926 Published in CS Gazette Jan. 18, 25, and Feb. 1, 2018.Posted:January 24AUCTION Appraisal & Liquidation Services holtauction.comPosted:January 24****************** CARPET/TILE/VINYL Install Restretch And Repair Call 520-9318 ********************Posted:January 24New Project Landscaping All yard jobs! Insured and Guaranteed! Tree cutting, Landscaping Installation, Concrete & Maintenance Jose, 719-459-6073Posted:January 24GUARANTEED DEPENDABLE Reas Rates, Free Est HANDY HAUL Robert 338-7445 handyhaulco.comPosted:January 24!Front Range Painting Interior, Exterior-- FREE ESTIMATES!! Senior & Military Disc 5 Yr. Warranty-- Mike 719-330-5571Posted:January 24BIG LOAD HAULING TREE CLEANUP! Also clean up yards & construction sites. Lic, Bonded, Ins. 25 Yrs. Exp Call 719-432-7347Posted:January 24 Box Lot auction ends at 1 on January 18 Next auction is Saturday January 20Posted:January 24BEST RATES IN TOWN! IN & OUT HAULING TRASH & JUNK TREE REMOVAL 7 DAYS A WEEK NO JOB TOO SMALL! Reliable, Insured Call 439-9035Posted:January 24JB CARPENTRY All remodel, tile, drywall, flooring, door & trim, install. LIC/INS. Refs. Free Est. Jim 719-635-3942Posted:January 24PlatteFurniture.com New/Used Furniture BUY * SELL * TRADE 2331 E. PLATTE PL (719) 633-7309Posted:January 24PEAK VIEW Stucco & Painting * Comm. & Res. * Acrylic Stucco * Stucco ovr siding * Painting * STUCCO REPAIRS Lic/Ins 291.2223Posted:January 24J & M CONCRETE No job too BIG, no job too small. 20+yrs exp. Lic, bonded, insured. Free est. Call Joe @ 719-208-2533 jmconcretecos.comPosted:January 24INVITATION TO RE-BID The Ridge Apartments 4375 Broadmoor Bluffs Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80906 The Ridge Apartments are three story walk-up apartment buildings that consist of (60) units in three new construction apartment buildings with clubhouse. Commonwealth Construction has this project and is the General Contractor. Construction is to begin in March of 2018. We are looking for the following trades to complete The Ridge Apartments project. *Excavation *Concrete *Masonry *Dampproofing *Gypsum Underlayment *Steel *Rough Carpentry *Finish Carpentry *Insulation *Siding/Soffit/Fascia *EIFS *Roofing *Doors and Windows *Aluminum Storefront *Drywall *Flooring *Painting *Specialties * Appliances *Cabinets/Countertops *Blinds *Fire Protection *Plumbing *HVAC *Electrical *Wire Shelving *Asphalt Paving *Landscaping *Fencing *Signage *Site Utilities Plans are available online at www.cccplans.com. Plans will also be available for review at the following planrooms: Online Planrooms Only ABC Repro Graphics, Inc.-Denver, CO (www.abcreproplannroom.com) Builder's Exchange Northern Colorado- Fort Collins, CO (www.bexcol.com) CMD Group (www.cmdgroup.com) Dodge Data & Analytics (www.construction.com) FDL BidLink -- Fond du Lac, WI (www.fdlbidlink.com) Wyoming Contractors Association-Cheyenne, WY (www.wyomingcontractors.org) Bids are due to Commonwealth no later than February 9, 2018 @ 4:00 PM All EBE, MBE, WBE and DBE firms WELCOME Commonwealth Construction Corp. 9 Sheboygan Street, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Phone: (920) 698-2297, Fax: (920) 322-5147 Contact: Rob Hutter email@example.com Bids accepted via mail, fax, and email Start Date: March, 2018 Completion Date: March, 2019 Prevailing Wage: No Please see supplementary conditions 00 70 00 in the project manual for specific requirements. Please read these requirements as you will need to comply with them on this project and Section 3 requirements. Any exceptions must be duly identified, supported, approved and documented. El Paso County Use Tax on this project, see planroom. Published in Colorado Springs Gazette January 21, 28, February 4, 2018Posted:January 23 MERCURY Grand Marquis 2001, runs great, stereo, $1700 OBO, Lincoln Towncar 2000, run great $1700 OBO, 2001 Mustang, $2000 OBO, needs power steering pump but runs great 432-7347Posted:January 23DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 S. Tejon Colorado Springs, CO 80901 Case Number: 2017PR534 Division: W Coutroom: W150 In the Matter of the Estate of: Ruth U. Bradford, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to the District Court of El Paso County, Colorado, on or before May 18, 2018 or the claims may be forever barred. Personal Representative for Ruth U. Bradford: Ernest H. Dicks PO BOX 673 Harriman, NY, 10926 Published in CS Gazette Jan. 18, 25, and Feb. 1, 2018.
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