Posted:October 16WEBER GRILL Q2200 with stand, both new in the box - never assembled. Call (719) 684-2139Posted:October 16JB CARPENTRY All remodel, tile, drywall, flooring, door & trim, install. LIC/INS. Refs. Free Est. Jim 719-635-3942Posted:October 16Puppies for sale German Short hair/Poodle mix, 2mos old, Great hunting family dog, $250 ea. 719-429-6787 or 719-281-6103Posted:October 16EL PASO COUNTY COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 South Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 CASE NUMBER: 17JV744 Division: R Courtroom: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Essiance Chandler For Minor Child: Titan Keoni Chambers For Change of Name to: Titan Keoni Chandler PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on October 13, 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: Titan Keoni Chambers be changed to: Titan Keoni Chandler. Dr.Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in The CS Gazette Oct. 14, 15, 16, 2017.Posted:October 16JAGUAR 4 door SL 2005, only 85K miles $3,000 (325) 276-2760Posted:October 16BIG LOAD HAULING TREE CLEANUP! Also clean up yards & construction sites. Lic, Bonded, Ins. 25 Yrs. Exp Call 719-432-7347Posted:October 16AKITA/ROTT puppies, 9 week old, looking for loving home. Up to date on shots & dewormed. $400. Call or text John if you are interested & want pics. (719) 355-9744Posted:October 16611 N. Logan Ave, 3-BD, 2.5 BA, I car garage. Sm fncd bkyd. $1495/mo. Drive by, then call719-634-2801Posted:October 16SHIH-TZU Puppies, 2 males, 8wks, shots, $400ea. (719) 439-5600Posted:October 16 BUICK LaCrosse Touring 2016 $24,576 STK# P8147A 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:October 16Kicilinski David Paul Kicilinski 1932 - 2017 David Paul Kicilinski, 85, died October 7, 2017 after a short illness. David served in the U.S. Navy and then worked until retirement at Digital Equipment Corporation. He was the son of Steven and Catherine Kicilinski. David was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Daniel Kicilinski and sister Mary Joyce. He is survived by his wife Patricia, daughter Holly Winters, her husband Richard and granddaughters Aundrea and Alyssa, daughter Susan Kicilinski, son Lawrence Kicilinski, his wife Brianne, and grandchildren Kayla, Hayley, Emma and Landon. David loved spending summers on Cape Cod with his family and shellfishing was his passion. He was one of the founding members of the Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing in 2001. David was a wonderful husband, father and friend, he will be greatly missed. Mass will be held at 11:00 am Monday October 23, 2017 at Holy Apostles Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing (BARS) at P.O. Box 57, West Barnstable, MA., 02668 or shellfishing.org.Posted:October 16FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY 270 S. Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 CASE NUMBER: 17C2132 Division: R Courtroom: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Trinnie M. Singletary For Minor Child: Antanaysiah Jasmine Green For Change of Name to: Anatanysiah Jasmine Singletary PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on October 16, 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: Antanaysiah Jasmine Green be changed to Anatanaysiah Jasmine Singletary Dr.Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in CS Gazette Oct. 14, 15, 16, 2017Posted:October 16GUARANTEED DEPENDABLE Reas Rates, Free Est HANDY HAUL Robert 338-7445 handyhaulco.comPosted:October 16J & M CONCRETE No job too BIG, no job too small. 20+yrs exp. 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Vet ckd Microchipped. Call/ text (719) 649-5992Posted:October 16#1 Pikes Peak Irrigation. WINTER BLOWOUTS Sprinklr Install/Repr Done right the 1st timeme. Licd/Insd 650-6473 or 473-3191Posted:October 16QN SLEEPER SOFA & LOVESEAT, medium brown, good condition. $50obo. (719) 590-8819Posted:October 16Siberian Husky puppies, Beautiful Pre-bred. 8wks, shots. $750 ea. 719 687-2912 719-464-5599Posted:October 16!Front Range Painting Interior, Exterior-- FREE ESTIMATES!! Senior & Military Disc 5 Yr. Warranty-- Mike 719-330-5571Posted:October 16Complete Bathroom Remodeling LLC www.completebath roomremodeling.net James P Hood, Owner BBB Accredited, Lic'd & Ins. 719 322 5517Posted:October 16*********** Gorman Auctions Sat Oct 28th *********** Gormanauctions.com. 719 687 2400 2150 Garden Gods ************Posted:October 16D & D Painting & Minor Home Repr Svc. Int/Ext, Quality wk, refs, Ins, Free Est. 20yrs exp. Dan 719-428-8931Posted:October 16Adam the Handyman 40 yrs experience. ALL HOME REPAIRS Fence-Deck-Tree Trim-Landscaping. Quotes 719-232-7545Posted:October 16SPANISH LADIES! Dependable Reliable * HOMES * OFFICES * Lic/Ins, Move in/out. Militry disc. 337-8350Posted:October 16FATHER & SON HOME REPAIRS Lic, Insured, BBB Workmanship guaranteed 432-8764 or 930-3157Posted:October 16LARGE AUCTION Sat Oct 21st 10 am Silent Bid Box Lot Action ends 1pm 10/19, 719-632-5588 109 S. Sierra MadrePosted:October 16CARPET/TILE/VINYL Install Restretch And Repair Call 520-9318Posted:October 16AUCTION Appraisal & Liquidation Services holtauction.comPosted:October 16FALL CLEANUP Tree & Bush Trimming. Snow Removal 719-597-3570Posted:October 15Carter William E. "Bill" Carter January 9, 1930 - October 8, 2017 The Lord took him home. Bill was an auctioneer for 50 years, and a rancher all his life. He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Steffi Carter, and his son, Thomas (wife Linda) Carter of Ohio. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Good Samaritan Society - Simla, 320 Pueblo Avenue, Simla, CO 80835. Online condolences: ShrineOfRemembrance.comPosted:October 15Liquor Store Retiring must sell. $182k + inventory. Coolers and Equipment Included. Call Scott 719-229-6428 Homestead USAPosted:October 15611 N. Logan Ave, 3-BD, 2.5 BA, I car garage. Sm fncd bkyd. $1495/mo. Drive by, then call719-634-2801Posted:October 15Currie MayBelle "Peg" L. Currie MayBelle (Peg) Currie passed away on October 10, 2017. She was 96 when she died and had been living in the View Pointe Senior Living Facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado for the last three years. She was born on May 6, 1921 in Grand Island Nebraska. Peg spent most of her early years in Grand Island, graduating from Grand Island Sr High. In 1939. During World War II and the Korean War she worked at the Grand Island Munitions Depot making armaments to support the war effort. In March of 1947 she married Robert (Bob) Henwood at Randolph Field outside of San Antonio, Texas. In January of 1950 she gave birth to her first child, Paul, at Offutt AFB, Nebraska. In February of 1952 she and Bob divorced and Peg moved back to Grand Island. Then in August of 1956, she married her long-lost sweetheart, David Currie, who she had first met and dated in the early years of World War II when Dave was stationed at Kearney Field in Kearney, Nebraska. They were married in Grand Island and moved to Chicago where Dave was stationed. In December of 1957 she gave birth to her second child, Linda, at Itazuke Air Base, Japan. When her husband Dave retired from the Air Force in 1963, they moved back to Dave's hometown of Raeford, North Carolina building their home on the family farm. Dave died in September of 1990 and Peg remained in Raeford until 1996 when she moved close to her son, Paul, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Peg was an outgoing loveable person who enjoyed life to the fullest; traveling and being with her family and friends. She especially loved spending time with her two children and their spouses, plus her four grandchildren. She had many close friends whom she also dearly loved both in Raeford and in Colorado Springs. Peg is survived by her son, Paul Currie and his wife Gayle of Colorado Springs, Colorado; their son Andrew Currie and his girlfriend Genevieve Lyells of Las Vegas, Nevada and their soon to be son, Colson Michael; her daughter Linda Brafford and her husband Paul of Marietta, Georgia; their son Will Brafford and his wife Amanda of Atlanta, Georgia and soon to be son, John Paul; their daughter Jessica Hooker and her husband Chris of Dallas, Georgia and their son Scott Michael.Posted:October 15Blair Olive Edith Lucille Blair May 23, 1946 - Oct 11, 2017 Born in Providence Rhode Island to Catherine & Henry Boutin. Survived by husband of 54 years Donald E. Blair. Children: Don Blair (Jenise), Dwayne Blair, Marlena Laney (Derek), Belinda Brown (Jared) and 13 grandchildren, great grandchildren and foster children. Siblings Edith Barin, Catherine Benton and Sonny Boutin. Olive lived in Colorado for 47 years and loved spending time with her friends and family. Her greatest passion was spending time with her children, grandchildren, foster children and recently her great grandchildren. She prayed for many and loved those around her wholeheartedly. Olive considered the love of her life her Lord and her husband with whom she shared a great love of music. Memorial Services Monday Oct 16th, 2017 at 4:00 pm Kahler-Dolce Mortuary, Papillion NE. Memorials to CHI Hospice. KAHLER-DOLCE MORTUARY 441 N. Washington St. Papillion NE 68046Posted:October 15Estate Sale 5385 Galena Dr. Sat 9am-5pm. Sun 10am-5pm. Everything MUST GO including the HOME! List Price $225k Great Equity Potential. 719-999-5789 www.BuySprings.comPosted:October 15SHIH-TZU Puppies, 2 males, 8wks, shots, $400ea. (719) 439-5600Posted:October 15 BUICK LaCrosse Touring 2016 $24,576 STK# P8147A 719-301-2168 Mike ShawPosted:October 15Phelan Don Phelan January 4, 1934 October 10, 2017 Don Phelan was born in Denver, Colorado, to Grattan and Willa Phelan. He graduated from Regis High School before joining the Army. He married Annette (Sue) Stupca July 13, 1957, then moved to Colorado Springs, to work with Hewlett Packard until 1989. Don and Sue purchased Sunset Greenhouse in1977 and opened Phelan Gardens in 1981. For 10 years he served with Service Corp of Retired Executives(SCORE) as a business counselor, Chapter Chairman and Regional Director. He served on the national level as Vice President and Chairman of the Board. With the CDC (Citizen Democracy Corp) he advised Russian businesses and university classes in Siberia. He authored Success, Happiness, Independence- Own Your Own Business. Don and Sue lived in the Black Forest for 33 years and Pueblo West the last 12 years. He's remembered for his quick, dry sense of humor, his compassionate insight, a love of arts/nature and a deep dedication to his family. Don is survived by his wife Sue, children- Mark, Phil, Monica and Valerie; their spouses, children and grandchildren; his brothers Tom and Gerry Phelan. A Memorial Service will be held October 19 at 11:00am, at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Pueblo West. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice.Posted:October 15Balke Carol Balke 1928 - 2017 Carol Balke, 89, died peacefully Oct. 3, 2017 in Colorado Springs, joining her husband Carl--64 years to the very day they married, now riding their bicycles together for eternity. The former Carol Tollefsen was born April 7, 1928, in Chicago, of a Norwegian immigrant and a rural-Illinois orphan. By the early 1960s, the couple relocated to Beloit, WI with their young daughters Karen and April. Carol excelled on many fronts, eventually lending her extraordinary organizational skills to a 17-year career at the Beloit YMCA, retiring in 2000. Carl gifted Carol a Raleigh 3-speed bicycle in the late 1960s, and a new passion took hold -- from pedaling Wisconsin bike trails to evening picnic rides on picturesque county roads. They traveled regularly to the San Francisco Bay Area where Karen relocated in 1985, and Colorado Springs, April's home since 1986, where Carol moved after Carl's death in 2008. Her journey into Carl's arms has been long and sad, but made more gentle thanks to the love of family and many dear friends. Carol is survived by daughters Karen Balke and April Tooke; grandsons Raphael Cornford (Melanie) of Bloomington, IN; Alex Tooke (Darlene) and Sean Patrzik of Colorado Springs; brother Norman Tollefsen of Los Angeles; and other relatives in both the states and Germany. Condolences may be expressed through http://www.legacy.com.Posted:October 15Kicilinski David Paul Kicilinski 1932 - 2017 David Paul Kicilinski, 85, died October 7, 2017 after a short illness. David served in the U.S. Navy and then worked until retirement at Digital Equipment Corporation. He was the son of Steven and Catherine Kicilinski. David was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Daniel Kicilinski and sister Mary Joyce. He is survived by his wife Patricia, daughter Holly Winters, her husband Richard and granddaughters Aundrea and Alyssa, daughter Susan Kicilinski, son Lawrence Kicilinski, his wife Brianne, and grandchildren Kayla, Hayley, Emma and Landon. David loved spending summers on Cape Cod with his family and shellfishing was his passion. He was one of the founding members of the Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing in 2001. David was a wonderful husband, father and friend, he will be greatly missed. Mass will be held at 11:00 am Monday October 23, 2017 at Holy Apostles Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing (BARS) at P.O. Box 57, West Barnstable, MA., 02668 or shellfishing.org.Posted:October 15FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT EL PASO COUNTY 270 S. Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 CASE NUMBER: 17C2132 Division: R Courtroom: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Trinnie M. Singletary For Minor Child: Antanaysiah Jasmine Green For Change of Name to: Anatanysiah Jasmine Singletary PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on October 16, 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: Antanaysiah Jasmine Green be changed to Anatanaysiah Jasmine Singletary Dr.Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in CS Gazette Oct. 14, 15, 16, 2017Posted:October 15EL PASO COUNTY COURT EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO 270 South Tejon, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 CASE NUMBER: 17JV744 Division: R Courtroom: S280 In the Matter of the Petition of Parent/Petitioner: Essiance Chandler For Minor Child: Titan Keoni Chambers For Change of Name to: Titan Keoni Chandler PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION OF CHANGE OF NAME Public notice is given on October 13, 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: Titan Keoni Chambers be changed to: Titan Keoni Chandler. Dr.Lynette D. Cornelius Clerk of Court Chelsea Olstad Deputy Clerk Published in The CS Gazette Oct. 14, 15, 16, 2017.Posted:October 15Brown Dale E. Brown September 8, 1922 - October 9, 2017 A member of the greatest generation, Dale E. Brown, 95, of Colorado Springs died on October 9, 2017, at the Pikes Peak Hospice Unit at Penrose Hospital after a lengthy rehabilitation stay at Advanced Healthcare subsequent to a fall in his home in mid-August. Dale was born on September 8, 1922, in Highfield, Pennsylvania to Charles and Clara (Wagle) Brown. He graduated high school in 1940 and worked in a steel mill. After Pearl Harbor, he enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps in 1942, achieving the rank of First Lieutenant. Accepted as a pilot candidate, he agreed to become a bombardier as the need for such was greater. At age 21 with the 603rd Bombardment Squadron, 398th Bomb Group, he flew 17 successful missions in 1944 on a B-17 Flying Fortress. On the 18th mission on October 28, 1944, his plane was shot down. After parachuting from the plane, he was captured and held in a German POW camp until being liberated in mid-1945 upon the surrender of Germany. He received the European Theater Ribbon, Air Medal, Two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Presidential Unit Citation and POW medal. He was married on July 28, 1945, to Dorothy Finn who he met in 1943 during training at Ellsworth Army Air Base, South Dakota. Dale worked as a carpenter, boat manufacturer, and as a Project Engineer with the United States Army Corps of Engineers in South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wyoming and in Colorado Springs. He supervised construction at various locations, including ICBM missile sites in North and South Dakota and Wyoming, at the Air Force Academy, Fort Carson and in hurricane relief efforts along the Gulf coast. He retired in the mid-1980's. His hobbies included camping, fishing, dancing and snowbirding in Arizona. He was a pioneer in solar heating. He served as the President of Groups Memorial, Inc., an organization responsible for the Air Force Academy Air Garden which includes bronze models of World War II aircraft. Dale was active in the 398th Bomb Group Memorial Association, hosting a reunion with his wife in Colorado Springs in 1986. He served as the president of the Carpenter's union in Rapid City, SD, in the 1950's, taught at trade schools and served on the Board of Education in Rapid City. He is survived by his wife of 72 years, Dorothy (Finn), who resides in Colorado Springs; his son, Robert (Denver); grandsons, Michael Brown (Chicago) and Paul Brown (New Orleans); great grandson, Larry (Chicago); and his daughter in law, Kathy Brown (Chicago). Preceding him in death were his parents, two brothers, two sisters and his son, Larry (Chicago). He took great pride in his children, grandchildren and grandchild. He was simply a good and decent man who, later in life, loved to share poignant and humorous stories about defending his country and his time as a POW. Mr. Brown was a member of the congregation of Ascension Lutheran Church since 1966. Services will be held at Ascension Lutheran Church, 2505 N. Circle Drive, Colorado Springs on October 18 at 11:00 a.m., and interment will follow at the Ascension Columbarium. Lunch will be served. Flowers may be sent or delivered to Ascension Lutheran Church.Posted:October 15Bairrington Ruth Bairrington 1927 - 2017 Ruth Ellen Hall Bairrington passed away, September 26, 2017 in McKinleyville, California, from complications due to cancer. Born November 5, 1927 in Denver, Colorado, Ruth Ellen lived an extraordinary life for almost 90 years. She was married for over 54 years to Noble Bairrington, (who predeceased her in 2002). Ruth is survived by their two children, Linda Carol (Bairrington) Wagner, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, and Philip Kevin Bairrington (wife Rebecca), McKinleyville, California. Ruth also is survived by three grandchildren: Alexander Jacob Bairrington, (Fremont, California), Benjamin James Bairrington, (Guilin, Guangxi, China), and Abigail Zana Ellen (Bairrington) Filteau (husband Jonathan), (Sacramento, California). Ruth's sister Jeanne Shoemaker, resides in Westminster, Colorado, and Ruth's half-brother Robert Hall and his wife Marilyn, are living in Elizabeth, Colorado. Numerous nieces, nephews and cousins have added much joy to Ruth's life through the years. Her two other stepbrothers, Clyde and Leroy Hall predeceased her. Ruth, (or her pen name of "Rellen," chosen when she wrote her self-published autobiography "The Outsider"), achieved academic excellence with three college degrees, while also rearing a young family, teaching Sunday School, and being a Camp Fire Girls leader. She earned a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Literature from Baylor University, as well as another Master of Arts in Education (received almost 30 years later) from Colorado College. Ruth's professional career including teaching high school English in Colorado Springs, Colorado, college English at the University of Colorado, and designing and leading senior citizen seminars on Shakespeare and classical Greek plays (often in costume!). Ruth loved to garden, growing and preserving fruits and vegetables, as well as cultivating beautiful flowers wherever she lived. She was equally adept at painting and sewing. She continued to quilt well into her senior years, and enjoyed oil painting landscapes. Ruth Ellen played the piano and nurtured a love of music and the arts in both of her children. At the core of Ruth Ellen's life was her steadfast Christian faith. In addition to regular participation in a variety of church activities over the years, Ruth made time for personal daily reflection and prayer. A Memorial Service was held at her church, McKinleyville Baptist Church on October 7, 2017. Remembrances in Ruth Ellen's name may be made to: New Heart Community Church AWANA / P.O. Box 2608 / McKinleyville, CA 95519.Posted:October 15Sinn Steve Sinn March 1, 1941 - October 2, 2017 Steve Sinn passed away of natural causes near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France on October 2nd while on vacation with his wife, Jan. He was 76, born on March 1, 1941. Steve was the middle child of Dr. B.M and Ruth Sinn and a Colorado resident all his life. He was born in Fairplay, grew up in Limon, Colorado, married Jan Guilliams in 1962, and graduated from Colorado State University in 1965. He was blessed with three children and five grandchildren whom he loved dearly. All who knew Steve knew him as a naturally gifted artist who was always humble about his phenomenal skills and abilities. He retired from Hewlett Packard in 2000 and enjoyed every minute of his productive retirement. He was a selfless advocate for his loved ones and was giving of his time. When anyone was in a bind or needed help he would be there to drive a uhaul and/or just be reassuring. Steve had a lifelong special relationship with his dogs. His mother-in-law once said she would like to be reincarnated as one of his dogs. Another love of his was peanut butter with maple syrup. He was "handy" with carpentry and cars and could build and fix anything with meticulous effort. Steve had a deep and abiding faith and was unapologetic patriot who loved his country and believed in the inherent goodness of the people of the United States of America. He was an active member of Kiwanis, a past member of the Manitou Springs Volunteer Fire Department and an usher for First Methodist Church. He also hand carved and donated prayer crosses for those in grief. He was a deeply devoted family man who was much loved and will be sorely missed by all who knew him. He is preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Rob, and is survived by his wife of 55 years, Jan; son, Brad (Kristi) and their children, Stephen, Zachary, and Katie; son, Brett; daughter, Andrea Wunibald (Ryan) and their children, Kaden and Bethany; sister, Cheryl Clanin (Jack). In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Cheyenne Village or the Humane Society. A memorial service will be held at First United Methodist Church on October 20th at 1PM.Posted:October 15MERCURY Grand Marquis 2001, runs great, stereo, 2000 Lincoln Towncar, run great $2500 OBO, 1990 Chevy Truck, needs water pump, $800 OBO, $2,000/OBO, (719) 432-7347Posted:October 15Fruit Tamales, Pumpkin Spice or Apple Cinnamon Sugar, Tamale Loco 493-7979Posted:October 15Martin Carolyn Gayer Martin October 19, 1927 August 30, 2017 Carolyn (Gayer) Martin went home to be with the Lord, on August 30, 2017. She was born in Church Point, Louisiana, on October 19, 1927. She was a homemaker and retired violinist who played in the Colorado Springs Symphony for 13 years. She is survived by her husband, Homer H. Martin, Jr., to whom she was married for 70 years; her children Frank Martin, Beth Pertz, and Joan Reynolds; four grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Services will be held at First Presbyterian Church on October 20th, at 11am. In lieu of flowers, please send a contribution to Marian House Soup Kitchen, or the First Presbyterian Church Deacon's Fund.Posted:October 15WEBER GRILL Q2200 with stand, both new in the box - never assembled. Call (719) 684-2139Posted:October 15Puppies for sale German Short hair/Poodle mix, 2mos old, Great hunting family dog, $250 ea. 719-429-6787 or 719-281-6103Posted:October 15McNeill Marcy Ashenhurst McNeill 1945 - 2017 Marcy McNeill was born in Chicago, Illinois to James Harold and Elin Barkman Ashenhurst. Marcy grew up in the Chicago suburb of Lombard, where she attended Willowbrook High School. She earned a Bachelor of Arts at Knox College, making many life-long friends. In 1967, she married Tod Brown and had two sons, Kevin and Matthew. She earned an MBA from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs while being a wife and mother. In 1985, Marcy married Paul McNeill, who had two sons, Chad and Cory, and the two families became one. Marcy had a professional career in administration for the 4th Judicial District at the El Paso County Courthouse, and retired as Clerk of the Combined Courts. She later followed her passion for travel and worked at Taylor Travel. She also enjoyed being a substitute teacher in District 11. For 35 years, Marcy was a dedicated member of First Congregational United Church of Christ in Colorado Springs. She held many leadership positions, taught Sunday School, attended conferences on behalf of the church, and worked in many capacities, including President of the Congregation. She also joined the Pikes Peak Kiwanis Club and, along with two other women, broke the gender barrier by being one of the first female members. Marcy was the first woman to serve as President of the Pikes Peak Kiwanis Club. Marcy's love of travel led her to study in Sweden while in college, she learned the language and met many Swedish cousins, who she continued to be close to until the time of her death. Over the course of her life, Marcy visited Sweden more than 20 times, and she visited 50 foreign countries on 5 continents, and 49 of the 50 states. Marcy led tours for Elderhostel/Roads Scholar tour groups to Scandinavia and the Baltics. She and her husband, Paul, enjoyed numerous cruises together, as well as trips with children, and grandchildren. She traveled to Africa, Asia, Australia, Central America, Europe, Scandinavia, Iceland, and more. She is survived by her husband, Paul McNeill, sons Kevin Brown (Lauren) of Columbia, Missouri, Matthew Brown (Lindsay) of Denver, and Chad McNeill (Doreen) of Paso Robles, California. She also is survived by her brother, John Ashenhurst (Yvonne), her sister, Julie Andrews, and three grandchildren, Aelias and Alana Brown, and Logan McNeill and many nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her parents and Cory McNeill. Marcy's family was her most important treasure. Her presence will be sorely missed, for she was the anchor of our family. Her legacy and her memory will remain in our hearts forever. A memorial service will be Saturday, October 21 at 5pm, at the First Congregational Church at 20 East St. Vrain Street, 80903. Memorial contributions can be made in her name to youth camp programs at: LaForet Conference and Retreat Center, 6145 Shoup Road Colorado Springs, CO 80908. Contributions can be sent to the First Congregational Church with a designation for her memorial.Posted:October 15Daugherty Estate 5385 Galena Dr. Pfaltzgraff china, Full kitchen. Plus size ladies & mens' clothing. Corner curio cabinet, marble top coffee table, office, holiday, great linens, RECORDS, RECORDS, RECORDS. Books, living room furn, freezer, antique mahogany dresser, storage shelves! Come & see Keepsakes Fri 9-6. Sat 9-5. Sunday 1-5.Posted:October 15AKITA/ROTT puppies, 9 week old, looking for loving home. Up to date on shots & dewormed. $400. Call or text John if you are interested & want pics. (719) 355-9744Posted:October 15YORKIES 1 male & 1 fem, adorable. Ready for Christmas! Standard size. Female $700 & Male $600. (719) 246-6263Posted:October 15GOLDENDOODLE male pup, 12weeks, vet ckd, shots, $1200. (719) 367-1817Posted:October 15Swenson Kevin M. Swenson 1951 - 2017 Kevin M. Swenson beloved husband, father, son, grandfather, uncle, and friend passed away September 22, 2017 after a heroic battle with cancer. He was born October 24, 1951 in Olympia, Washington . Kevin graduated from Alta Loma High School . After graduation he enlisted in the Air Force during the Vietnam Conflict, after leaving the service he made Monument his home. He became the first Police Officer Monument hired in 1978, he was truly a citizens Police Officer. He was also a lifeguard at Monument Lake, an EMT. He loved the Broncos, hunting, and his family & friends. He enjoyed life to its fullest & couldn't wait for life's next adventure. He leaves behind to cherish his memory devoted wife, Claudia, children Michelle (Brian) Flaherty, Chantal Woodyard, David (Ginger) Emmons, Brandy (Bjarana)Moberg, Olivia (Martin) Maier, Kathryn (Stephen) Kowal, Lindy (Spencer) Griffith, 9 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, mother Marice Swenson, siblings Jorie, Jill, & Tenly; as well as a wonderful niece & nephews, plus amazing friends. The family would like to thank the wonderful staff at Rocky Mountain Cancer Center & Pikes Peak Hospice for there never ending care. A Celebration of Life will be held October 21, 2017, from 11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., at Siebells Barn, 2nd & Front Street, in Monument. Please wear bright colored clothing. Memorial contributions may be made to Pikes Peak Hospice, 2222 N. Nevada, or Rocky Mountain Cancer Center , Colorado Springs, Co in Kevin's name.
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