Iverson, Siegfried James, Jr. Laylin K. The family lived in Houston, where Dr. Johnson, William Ralph, Jr. He was surrounded by his family as he peacefully slipped away on October 30, Alter returning home, he earned his B. He put his B.
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Family was very important to Bruce. As his children grew, he found fulfillment participating in activities such as Little League Baseball, Boy Scouts, water skiing and camping. Enjoying an early retirement, Bruce was able to spend many years doing the things he loved with cherished family and friends before he became ill. He found great pleasure in traveling, hunting and, most of all, fishing. He was known by all as a man of integrity and a wonderful husband, father, grandfather and friend. King, John N.
Jerry was a devoted, joyful, and loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend. He was a man whose deep faith inspired him to reach out to all who came into his path, caring for many and enriching the lives of all who knew him. His passing will be mourned not only by his family but by the hundreds of people whose lives he touched.
Jerry was born in Wichita, Kansas. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in geological engineering. During his early years in Denver, Jerry was an active member of the Denver Petroleum Club where he was honored as Man of the Year in Jerry was very active with the leadership team of the International Foundation and Denver Leadership Foundation. He loved the oil business and was proud to have been in an industry that provided inexpensive, abundant energy for all Americans.
Along with his many friends in the industry, Jerry helped to build Denver into one of the leading oil and gas centers in the world. He was a mentor to all those around him, and his inspiration helped dozens of young people to build their careers as well. Jerry loved to travel and he loved to ski. He was one of the early partners in the groups that built the resort of Vail, Colorado. He loved nothing more than sharing his love of the mountains with his family and friends.
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Nothing gave him more joy than the many travel experiences he had with his children and grandchildren over the years. Lownes, who joined Playboy in as marketing director when the Chicago-based publication was struggling to make a success out of its racy photographs of beautiful women, helped groom the magazine for wider acceptance. But it was his idea to create the Playboy Club that launched a money-making empire. He attended the University of Chicago, where he fell in love with his adopted city. The two hit it off and in he joined the magazine.
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Lownes came up with the idea for the Playboy Club after the magazine ran an article in about the Gaslight Club, a membership club featuring scantily clad waitresses in Chicago. Walton St. At their peak, there were more than 30 Playboy Clubs around the world, but the last of the original company-owned clubs closed more than 30 years ago. A new wave of franchised Playboy Clubs launched in Lownes moved to London to open a Playboy Club in The club featured gambling and was a financial success for the company. He was fired in over concerns about alleged gambling irregularities, which led to a rift between Lownes and Hefner that lasted nearly a decade.
Cole met Lownes in when she became a Playboy bunny in the London club. She dated him, but waited another decade before tying the knot with her former boss in ; it was his second marriage. Lownes, who also produced movies, plays and music, maintained homes in London and New York, but never lost his love of Chicago, his wife said.
The couple last returned to the city in to celebrate his 87th birthday at the Langham Hotel.
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Luck, Dr. Ben Klaue Luck was born Jan. He was orphaned at an early age, and was adopted by his aunt Gertrude Klaue and her husband, Alvin Addison Luck. Ben attended high school at the New Mexico Military Institute. He became an American citizen in It was while attending college that he met his wife, Betty Jo Good, and they were married on Aug. Ben remained in the active reserves during this time, and was asked once again to fight for his country during the Korean conflict. In , he went back into the active reserves to pursue furthering his education.
He retired from his military career as an Air Force Major in the early s and from his teaching career in Bens favorite retirement job was bringing a smile to others by bringing treats he was most known for taking candy to the restaurants where he ate his meals. Jack was born to Jack Maloney Sr. And Lera George Maloney. Jack and Elaine spent their working careers at Panther Distributing Co. Their sincere concern and care, so attentively administered, are greatly appreciated. Marsh, Peter C. He was born in California and was a truck driver. Martin, Charles P. Moore, Sr. September 25, in Marshalltown, IA.
In , he was transferred to Huntington, WV and then to Orlando in He served in several insurance industry organizations including as president of the local GAMA.
Ken was a member of the Maitland Presbyterian Church. Ken and Jean greatly enjoyed travel and visited almost every continent.
Many of the trips included their children and grandchildren. Moulton, William J. He was 88 years old. Moulton, his family moving to Rifle, Colorado, in Bill lived and worked in the Rifle and Peach Valley area the rest of his life. He attended Rifle schools through his junior year in high school and then the New Mexico Military Institute for his senior year.
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Upon his graduation from military school, Bill served in the Navy until being honorably discharged in August of , continuing to serve in the naval reserve until Bill married his beloved wife Martha on April 5, , in Glenwood Springs. Bill and Martha raised their three sons on the Moulton farm in Peach Valley. Bill worked at various occupations including heavy construction, mining, owning two retail stores with Martha, and operating the family farm. Accepting the Lord as his personal savior at the age of 30, Bill was active in his church enjoying bible studies and Christian fellowship.
Bill enjoyed many outdoor activities, especially hunting and fishing with his sons.
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He enjoyed joking around and was known to wake up neighbors with dynamite blasts on the Fourth of July. Great fun for the boys. Home was his most comfortable and enjoyable place to be. Bill was preceded in death by his parents and older sister Mary Deane and her Gerald Harlow.
Muir, J. Died January 6, in Tucson, Arizona, of pneumonia. Dan grew up a wild and wonderful child in southeastern Idaho and later in Salt Lake, where he enjoyed roaming the mountains, fishing and camping. On December 31, , he married Marjorie Thompson, who survives him, and they had two children, Robert A. Muir and Keri Muir, both of whom survive and reside in Tucson.
A devoted husband and loving father and grandfather, Dan made his career in the printing industry, as a paper salesman, pressman and shop foreman at several different publishing businesses in Provo and Salt Lake City, and was a proud member of the Litho Craftsmen Club of Utah. He also enjoyed many happy hours playing cards with his Brother Elks at the Provo Lodge. After retirement, he parlayed his lifelong love of golf into a second career as a starter at Gladstan Golf Course in Payson, Utah. In , he and Marge moved to Tucson, where Dan enjoyed the climate and the lush desert landscape.
Murray, Edward F. Reilly, Jr. Graveside service: a. Reilly Nail was born July 3, , and was the son of William R. Bill and Wyldon Burgess Nail. He then served in the U.