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Family and friends are invited to share in the celebration of Ron Davison’s life, who passed away in September 2017, at Lake Irwin. The celebration will be July 1 at 11 a.m. Contact Bob Davison for more info at 970.641.4199.

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James" Shoey" Schoenmakers, 91, went to heaven to be met by his wife, Mildred; mother, Mary; father, William; brother, Henry; and sisters, Annie, Mary, Helen and Jean on May 17.

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Makin’ tracks or sleepin’, George Ernest Means filled 92 years just as full as can be. Born in Moffat in 1926 to Ernest and Ida Means, George hit the ground at a run and never slowed up.

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Roberta May Gibbs, nee Flick, died in the Lewiston, Idaho hospital on May 22, the date of her 95th birthday. She had fallen, breaking a hip, and died during the corrective surgery. She was a native of Colorado, having been born in Gunnison to the late Raleigh and Margret Flick.

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Bev, a beautiful wife, mom, grandma, great-grandma and friend died at home in Green Valley, Ariz., on Mother’s Day 2018. Bev had a long relationship with the Quartz Creek Valley.

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Mary Elaine Sheker was born on Sept. 15, 1929, in Fort Dodge, Iowa to Vince and Edna Sheker (deceased). Her formative years were on a farm where she learned to appreciate everything in the outdoors.

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George Means, formerly of Gunnison and Montrose, passed away on May 10 in Mesa, Ariz. Services are pending. A full obituary is forthcoming.

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A memorial for Kay Cotten will be held Sunday, June 3 at 1 p.m. at the Fred Field Multi-purpose building at the Gunnison County Fairgrounds. Check Facebook Events for more information.

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Dr. Robert D Marquis III, 67, of Glade Park died Friday, May 11 while piloting his small aircraft near Denver.

Dr. Marquis was a beloved family man and dedicated veterinarian.

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John Anthony Benson passed away May 13 in Montrose from long term illness. “Tony”, as he was affectionately called for most of his life, lived for several years in Gunnison starting in 2012.

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