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Brighton City Government Cemeteries
22 South 4th Avenue
Brighton , CO 80601
(303) 655-2090
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Phoenix Company
710 North 7th Avenue
Brighton , CO 80601
(303) 659-2082
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Tabor Funeral Home
75 South 13th Avenue
Brighton , CO 80601
(303) 654-0112
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Tabor Rice Funeral Home Inc
75 South 13th Avenue
Brighton , CO 80601
(303) 659-2321
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Notre Dame Academy Elementary School principal dies - SILive.com

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
Staten Island students in her decades as leader of the Grymes Hill all-girls school. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Harmon Home for Funerals, West Brighton. A viewing is planned for Monday from 2-8 p.m. in the chapel of Notre Dame Academy High School. There will be a mass Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Peter's R.C. Church, New Brighton. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery, Danbury, Conn. A complete obituary will follow on silive.com.

Notable Staten Islanders lost in 2011 - SILive.com

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
She was a science teacher at Junior High School 51 in Graniteville, now Markham Intermediate School, and was later a guidance counselor and assistant principal at Prall Intermediate School in West Brighton. Mrs. Trachman's 1972 book "Discipline and the Disruptive Child" (co-authored with Regina Berger) has been translated into several languages and remains in print today. Her columns in the Advance provided career guidance, personal reflections or accounts of her travels. She was bat mitz-vahed in her 70s and began studying the Torah and Kaballah in earnest. Mrs. Trachman was 86. Read her full obituary here. June 14: Philip McCuskerPhilip McCusker joined the Ancient Order of Hibernians in 1959 and became county president in 1962. He was a lifetime member of the St. Columcille Division No. 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, which he helped organize and charter in 1970. He was one of the original organizers of the first Staten Island St. Patrick's Parade in 1962. In 1994, he earned the Commodore John Barry medal, presented to an individual who has shown dedication to his community, country and Irish heritage. He also served as grand marshal of the borough St. Patrick's Parade in 2007. Mr. McCusker was 80. Read his full obituary here. June 29: Dr. Lawrence MillerDr. Lawrence C. Miller's psychiatric career on Staten Island spanned 50 years. From 1974 to 2000, he was the director of psychiatry at St. Vincent's Medical Center where he played a significant role in the expansion of psychiatric services on Staten Island, eventually pro...

Clarence "Gene" Gerber - The Coloradoan

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
Gene is survived by his wife, Juanita "Sue" Gerber; a daughter, Jeanan Gerber; a granddaughter, Shannon Huseby DeBruyne (and husband, Rob) of Brighton, Colo.; and a sister, Coletta Low of Fowler, Kan. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Jana Huseby; his son, Joey Gerber; two brothers, Alvin and Carl; and three sisters, Dorothy, Florence and Lorene. Please go to www.goesfuneralcare.com and click obituaries to see Gene's online obituary and sign the guest book. Visitation will be held after 5:00 pm Tuesday, November 22 at Goes Funeral Care, 3665 Canal Dr., #E, Fort Collins with a recitation of the holy rosary at 7:00 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 10:00 am Wednesday at Blessed John 23rd University Parish in Fort Collins. Interment, with full military honors will be held at Roselawn Cemetery in Fort Collins.

Painkiller junkies fuel rise in violent robberies - Press Herald

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Hibbard's store was one of at least seven holdups at drugstores in Maine in the month that began Aug. 29. Five occurred in Portland and South Portland, including two robberies of the CVS on Brighton Avenue in Portland. Another took place in Millinocket. Maine isn't the only state where the robberies have increased. Nationwide, armed robberies at pharmacies rose 81 percent from 2006 to 2010, according to the DEA. A total of 1.3 million pills, worth as much as $80 each on the street, were stolen in 686 robberies last year. OxyContin and other oxycodone pills are the most common target. The addiction epidemic has fueled another now-familiar crime in Maine: home invasions. While not counted and tracked as a distinct crime, home invasions are helping to fuel an overall increase in robberies. Police say that in most robberies, as well as burglaries, the criminals are looking for money to buy pills and other drugs, or for pills themselves. "The crimes of burglary, robbery and theft all went up in 2010 in Maine," said Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety. "Nine and a half times out of ten, it's all driven by drug abuse." In Cumberland County, the number of burglaries in which prescription pills were among the items stolen doubled, from 14 in 2008 to 28 in 2009. "With so much out there, you can almost find prescription drugs in every house," said Sheriff Kevin Joyce. In Washington County, Sheriff Donnie Smith said he warns elderly residents to keep pill bottles away from their windows so they don't become robbery or burglary targets. Addicts even watch the obituaries to see where they might find unused cancer-pain medications, he said. Most drug-related crime is low-profile and nonviolent, such as forged checks, burglaries and thefts from family members. The people who get arrested on charges of prescription drug possession and trafficking don't always look like typical drug-crime suspects. Smith, the Washington County sheriff, said it's not unusual for the elderly to sell some of their pain medication for extra income. A 55-year-old Topsham woman was sentenced to jail in late September for stealing prescription sheets from the doctor's office in Bath where she was an office manager, according to the Maine Attorney General's Office. She forged oxycodone prescriptions for her son, who was sent to jail for selling the pills. Increasing violence Some of the drug-fueled crimes are becoming increasingly dangerous, police say. Home invasions, whether driven by drug addiction or something else, are especially violent. Eighty-one-year-old Grace Burton was stabbed to death during an apparent home invasion at her apartment in Farmington in June. Less than a week later, a middle-age woman was pistol-whipped by a masked intruder during a home invasion in Livermore Falls, police said. The cases are still under investiga...

Pharmacy robberies on rise as addicts turn to guns - Police News

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Hibbard's store was one of at least seven holdups at drugstores in Maine in the month that began Aug. 29. Five occurred in Portland and South Portland, including two robberies of the CVS on Brighton Avenue in Portland. Another took place in Millinocket. Maine isn't the only state where the robberies have increased. Nationwide, armed robberies at pharmacies rose 81 percent from 2006 to 2010, according to the DEA. A total of 1.3 million pills, worth as much as $80 each on the street, were stolen in 686 robberies last year. OxyContin and other oxycodone pills are the most common target. The addiction epidemic has fueled another now-familiar crime in Maine: home invasions. While not counted and tracked as a distinct crime, home invasions are helping to fuel an overall increase in robberies. Police say that in most robberies, as well as burglaries, the criminals are looking for money to buy pills and other drugs, or for pills themselves. "The crimes of burglary, robbery and theft all went up in 2010 in Maine," said Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety. "Nine and a half times out of ten, it's all driven by drug abuse." In Cumberland County, the number of burglaries in which prescription pills were among the items stolen doubled, from 14 in 2008 to 28 in 2009. "With so much out there, you can almost find prescription drugs in every house," said Sheriff Kevin Joyce. In Washington County, Sheriff Donnie Smith said he warns elderly residents to keep pill bottles away from their windows so they don't become robbery or burglary targets. Addicts even watch the obituaries to see where they might find unused cancer-pain medications, he said. Most drug-related crime is low-profile and nonviolent, such as forged checks, burglaries and thefts from family members. The people who get arrested on charges of prescription drug possession and trafficking don't always look like typical drug-crime suspects. Smith, the Washington County sheriff, said it's not unusual for the elderly to sell some of their pain medication for extra income. A 55-year-old Topsham woman was sentenced to jail in late September for stealing prescription sheets from the doctor's office in Bath where she was an office manager, according to the Mai...

A tribute to UFO researchers and Forteans who died recently - Open Minds UFO News

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
He received many awards for all his cultural activities, including the Grand Prize from the Polish Ministry of Culture & Arts in 1973 and the World SF Award in Brighton in 1984. He will be remembered fondly by all those who knew him not just as an outstanding researcher but a kind man with a deep culture. Jorge Anfruns (1944-2011), pioneer Chilean ufologist Jorge Anfruns in Santiago in 1985 (image credit: Sergio Moreno/Huneeus Collection) Jorge Anfruns Dumont, a true pioneer of Chilean ufology, passed away July 1 in Santiago at the Thorax Hospital, following a long illness. The funeral service was held July 2 at the Air Force Chapel in a ceremony attended by many prominent Chilean ufologists. Anfruns will be remembered particularly for reviving the role of the ufologist in Chilean society in the late 1980s. There had been some researchers and groups in the 1960s, but by the 70s—a period of major political upheaval following the military coup in 1973—it had all died out. Sure, there were still UFO sightings and these were covered by the press on a routine basis but no one was conducting ufological research. There were also contactees and when there was an important UFO case in Chile or abroad, the media didn’t have anybody to turn to except these contactees. This is the point where Jorge Anfruns entered the scene: he was a publicist, the son of a journalist of El Mercurio, Chile’s most prestigious newspaper, and so he understood well the culture of the media. He quickly became Chile’s first known ufologist, someone who could comment on the subject neither as a skeptic nor from a mystical perspective. Ovnis Extraterrestres book cover I knew Jorge Anfruns very well since we worked together in Santiago in the period of 1985 to 1990. I was visiting Chile then often, where I would stay at my parent’s apartment in Santiago for a couple of months, and I was looking for someone who could sponsor my UFO lecture and slide show. Anfruns offered to do it and, with his knowledge of the field and his extensive media connections, the lectures in Santiago were a big success both in public attendance and media coverage. I appointed him MUFON’s Foreign Representative in Chile and he later launched his own franchise, Mufon-Chile, which compiled the “First Catalog of UFO Sightings” in the country. Anfruns was the author of four books, of which the first one published in 1992, OVNIS Extraterrestres y Otros en Chile (UFOs Extraterrestrials and Others in Chile), was the most important one since it was the first UFO book published in Chile in decades, providing an overview of UFO cases in the country. Anfruns also pro...

A tribute to UFO researchers and Forteans who died recently - Open Minds UFO News

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
He received many awards for all his cultural activities, including the Grand Prize from the Polish Ministry of Culture & Arts in 1973 and the World SF Award in Brighton in 1984. He will be remembered fondly by all those who knew him not just as an outstanding researcher but a kind man with a deep culture. Jorge Anfruns (1944-2011), pioneer Chilean ufologist Jorge Anfruns in Santiago in 1985 (image credit: Sergio Moreno/Huneeus Collection) Jorge Anfruns Dumont, a true pioneer of Chilean ufology, passed away July 1 in Santiago at the Thorax Hospital, following a long illness. The funeral service was held July 2 at the Air Force Chapel in a ceremony attended by many prominent Chilean ufologists. Anfruns will be remembered particularly for reviving the role of the ufologist in Chilean society in the late 1980s. There had been some researchers and groups in the 1960s, but by the 70s—a period of major political upheaval following the military coup in 1973—it had all died out. Sure, there were still UFO sightings and these were covered by the press on a routine basis but no one was conducting ufological research. There were also contactees and when there was an important UFO case in Chile or abroad, the media didn’t have anybody to turn to except these contactees. This is the point where Jorge Anfruns entered the scene: he was a publicist, the son of a journalist of El Mercurio, Chile’s most prestigious newspaper, and so he understood well the culture of the media. He quickly became Chile’s first known ufologist, someone who could comment on the subject neither as a skeptic nor from a mystical perspective. Ovnis Extraterrestres book cover I knew Jorge Anfruns very well since we worked together in Santiago in the period of 1985 to 1990. I was visiting Chile then often, where I would stay at my parent’s apartment in Santiago for a couple of months, and I was looking for someone who could sponsor my UFO lecture and slide show. Anfruns offered to do it and, with his knowledge of the field and his extensive media connections, the lectures in Santiago were a big success both in public attendance and media coverage. I appointed him MUFON’s Foreign Representative in Chile and he later launched his own franchise, Mufon-Chile, which compiled the “First Catalog of UFO Sightings” in the country. Anfruns was the author of four books, of which the first one published in 1992, OVNIS Extraterrestres y Otros en Chile (UFOs Extraterrestrials and Others in Chile), was the most important one since it was the first UFO book published in Chile in decades, providing an overview of UFO cases in the country. Anfruns also pro...

A tribute to UFO researchers and Forteans who died recently - Open Minds UFO News

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
He received many awards for all his cultural activities, including the Grand Prize from the Polish Ministry of Culture & Arts in 1973 and the World SF Award in Brighton in 1984. He will be remembered fondly by all those who knew him not just as an outstanding researcher but a kind man with a deep culture. Jorge Anfruns (1944-2011), pioneer Chilean ufologist Jorge Anfruns in Santiago in 1985 (image credit: Sergio Moreno/Huneeus Collection) Jorge Anfruns Dumont, a true pioneer of Chilean ufology, passed away July 1 in Santiago at the Thorax Hospital, following a long illness. The funeral service was held July 2 at the Air Force Chapel in a ceremony attended by many prominent Chilean ufologists. Anfruns will be remembered particularly for reviving the role of the ufologist in Chilean society in the late 1980s. There had been some researchers and groups in the 1960s, but by the 70s—a period of major political upheaval following the military coup in 1973—it had all died out. Sure, there were still UFO sightings and these were covered by the press on a routine basis but no one was conducting ufological research. There were also contactees and when there was an important UFO case in Chile or abroad, the media didn’t have anybody to turn to except these contactees. This is the point where Jorge Anfruns entered the scene: he was a publicist, the son of a journalist of El Mercurio, Chile’s most prestigious newspaper, and so he understood well the culture of the media. He quickly became Chile’s first known ufologist, someone who could comment on the subject neither as a skeptic nor from a mystical perspective. Ovnis Extraterrestres book cover I knew Jorge Anfruns very well since we worked together in Santiago in the period of 1985 to 1990. I was visiting Chile then often, where I would stay at my parent’s apartment in Santiago for a couple of months, and I was looking for someone who could sponsor my UFO lecture and slide show. Anfruns offered to do it and, with his knowledge of the field and his extensive media connections, the lectures in Santiago were a big success both in public attendance and media coverage. I appointed him MUFON’s Foreign Representative in Chile and he later launched his own franchise, Mufon-Chile, which compiled the “First Catalog of UFO Sightings” in the country. Anfruns was the author of four books, of which the first one published in 1992, OVNIS Extraterrestres y Otros en Chile (UFOs Extraterrestrials and Others in Chile), was the most important one since it was the first UFO book published in Chile in decades, providing an overview of UFO cases in the country. Anfruns also pro... (Google News)

Mavis J. Wulf — Kasson

Thu, Sep 8, 2011
Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren meant so much to her.Mavis is survived by her husband, Lyle Wulf, Kasson; her children, Connie (David) Buske, Rochester, Carol (Irvin) Pratt, Brighton, Colo., Eugene (Bonnie) Wulf, Lafayette, Ind., Holly (Keith) Floen, Cumming, Ga., and Jay Wulf, West St. Paul; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; sisters, Opal Johnson, Dodge Center and Renee Hedberg, Owatonna. She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, two sisters and one grandchild.Visitation will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, at the Czaplewski Family Funeral Home, 110 West Main Street in Dodge Center, and one hour before the service at the church on Friday.Family prefers memorials to the Alzheimer's Association.Blessed be her memory.www.czaplewskifuneralhomes.com... (Post Bulletin)

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