As the year comes to a close, we remember some of the many luminous individuals no longer with us who made our community a better place to live.

Dr. Ted Eastburn, former City Council member, open Space advocate, and affordable healthcare advocate:

Click HERE to read Kathryn Eastburn’s rememberance.

Bo Frese, Gymnast and Acrobat:

Click HERE to read more about his life in the Gazette.

Bill Hyer, Artist:

Click HERE to read a remembrance at the Fine Art Center’s blog.

Joni Sheram, playwright and actor:

You can also read John Moore’s obituary in the Denver Post here.

Click HERE to read a Denver Post article about Sheram.

Herman Raymond, artist and bon vivant:

Click HERE to read our remembrance.

Charles Ansbacher, former Conductor and Artistic Director of the Colorado Spring Symphony:

Click HERE to read more.

 

One Response to In Memoriam, 2010

  1. Mike Procell says:

    And of course, along with the above mentioned folks there are those perhaps less prominent but equally beautiful members of our community who did not make it through 2010. Chavis Three – Sticks; James Ansorge are but two I know of personally. R.I.P.

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