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Obituary – Robert John Molloy, July 21, 1925 – July 11, 2014

Obituary – Robert John Molloy, July 21, 1925 – July 11, 2014

Robert John Molloy was born in Middletown, Ohio, and lived in Colorado for 64 years.  He worked for Martin Marietta for 45 years on programs including Titan I, Titan II, Gemini, Skylab, MX/Peacekeeper and Zenith Star. He retired from Lockheed Martin in 2000 after 50 years in the aerospace industry. Molloy earned a degree in […]

Bradford remembered for Western Welcome Week efforts

Bradford remembered for Western Welcome Week efforts

Community leader also involved with many other nonprofits By Peter Jones Littleton lost one of its longtime and most active residents July 13 when Mary Bradford died at age 85. The civic activist, philanthropist and businesswoman had been involved in the city’s Western Welcome Week, served on numerous local boards and supported a host of […]

OBIT: Community mourns the passing of Lou Messina

OBIT: Community mourns the passing of Lou Messina

By Glory Weisberg Louis (Lou) Messina died June 7 after a brave battle with cancer. Lou supported the Kempe Children’s Foundation, the National Parkinson’s Foundation, Swedish Hospital and the Colorado Neurological Institute. He and surviving spouse, Ginny Messina, were frequently at fundraising events for these and other organizations. Lou’s eyes just sparkled whenever he talked […]

Carol Woodhams Bieging, 1945 – 2014

Carol Woodhams Bieging, 1945 – 2014

Carol Woodhams Bieging died at her home on May 1. She was surrounded by her family, comforted by their love and the love of her many friends. Carol was born in Kalamazoo, Mich., the daughter of Bob and Bernice Woodhams and sister to Jane (Jackson) and Anne (Duffield). After graduating from Miami University in Oxford, […]

Richard (Dick) TenEyck, 1926 – 2014

Richard (Dick) TenEyck, 1926 – 2014

Richard (Dick) TenEyck died April 20 at Littleton Adventist Hospital. His wife Teen was with him when he passed. Dick was born to Agnes and Ariel TenEyck in Elizabeth, N.J., in 1926. After completing high school, he served his country in the Army Corps of Engineers for two years during WWII. He completed a BS […]

Milton Brackney, 1930 – 2014

Milton Brackney, 1930 – 2014

Milton Marshall Brackney Jr., born Dec. 28, 1930, in St. Louis, Mo. He graduated from East High School in Denver in 1948, and attended the University of Denver. He enlisted in the Navy during the Korean War and served on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Philippine Sea. After the war, he joined his father’s business and […]

Beth Henry Jenkins, 1923 – 2014

Beth Henry Jenkins, 1923 – 2014

Beth Henry Jenkins went home to be with the Lord on March 23. Beth was born in Philadelphia on July 8, 1923, to Robert and Mabel Henry. The family moved to Chicago when she was 6. She graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in mathematics and married her sweetheart George Jenkins, to whom she […]

Obituary – Edna Chang Grant dies after brain tumor battle

Obituary – Edna Chang Grant dies after brain tumor battle

By Glory Weisberg Edna Chang Grant died March 21 after a valiant struggle with a brain tumor. Throughout her treatment, Grant remained upbeat and a joy to see at events. Once such event was the DCPA Hattitude Luncheon where she wore a stunning white hat matched with a beautiful smile. She will be missed by […]

Cherry Hills Villager Craig Johnson dies of sudden heart attack

Cherry Hills Villager Craig Johnson dies of sudden heart attack

By Glory Weisberg  Craig Johnson, husband of Lisa Daniel-Johnson, of Cherry Hills Village died last week from a sudden heart attack. He is also survived by their son, C.J., who is graduating from high school this year. Craig also had three adult children from a previous marriage, including Rian Johnson, who wrote and directed the […]

Littleton’s Tom Mulvey, 87, dies after long cancer struggle

Littleton’s Tom Mulvey, 87, dies after long cancer struggle

Long-time Littleton resident, noted broadcaster and former Littleton City Councilman Tom Mulvey, 87, died at home, Dec. 13, after a long struggle with cancer. He served on City Council for 10 years and was proud to have been the oldest member to serve, leaving council in 2009 at the age of 83 as mayor pro […]

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