Paul Guerrieri passed away on Oct. 16. Services will be held on Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. at Saint Peter’s Catholic Church in Gunnison with a reception to follow at the Fairgrounds. Full obituary to follow next week.

It is with deep sorrow and heavy hearts that we inform you that we have lost our beloved wife, mother and friend, Bonnie Sue Cook. Bonnie lost her long fight against ovarian cancer early in the morning of Oct. 9. She was surrounded by her family in her home and was never alone.

In the midst of the deadly Spanish-flu epidemic and seven years following the marriage of her immigrant parents, Costanzo Baudana and Rosa Migone, Inez Baudana Albertella Digiuseppe became their first and only child on Oct. 17, 1918. Life, however, didn’t go as planned.

William Eric Soerensen, age 67, “shuffled off this mortal coil” on Sept. 25 following a tremendous battle with pancreatitis. Born Nov. 8, 1950 in Princeton, Ind., he was the youngest of three children from Howard and Alice Soerensen.

Ina M. Gerkey Roberts passed away on Sept. 17 at the age of 84, following a two year battle with cancer. Born in East Prussia in 1934, her family fled to Germany ahead of the Russian invasion. While growing up in Germany she was a fashion model, dental hygienist, and librarian.

Ken grew up in the city of St. Paul, Minn. and spent the first 15 years of his working life in electronics manufacturing. Along the way, he met and married the love of his life, Shirley.

Dick, a long-time resident of Almont, passed away on Sept. 17 at 75 years old. Originally from Erie, Pa., he was a lifelong supporter of the Boy Scouts of America. Dick lived a life even rockstars dream of. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. A memorial service will be held on Oct.

Kay was a wonderful woman who will be missed and cherished by her family and friends. Kay was a loving wife, sister, mother, aunt, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. Kay was born in Springfield, Mo., on Sept. 21, 1945.

Edward Bartsch, 86, died Saturday, Sept. 1 at the Senior Care Center in Gunnison.

Joseph A. Doak sadly passed away unexpectedly on July 29 at 96 years young. Born to William Clarence and Alice Blanche (Magnan) Doak in Vancouver B.C.