Obituary

Obituary - Dorothy M Courkamp

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Dorothy M Courkamp

November 10, 1921 - March 29, 2021

Dorothy M. Courkamp of Lamar passed away gently at her son's home in Goodyear, Arizona, March 29, 2021. Her children were with her when she passed.

One of seven children, she and twin brother, Donald McMichael, were born to parents John B. and Carrie (Clark) McMichael November 10, 1921, on the family ranch near Brandon.

Dorothy grew up on the family ranch and went to school and graduated from Brandon High School in 1940.

Obituary - Dorothy Marie Ardrey

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Dorothy Marie Ardrey

February 21, 1943 - March 25, 2021

March 25, 2021, Dorothy Marie Ardrey, loving wife and mother of three children, earned her angel wings at the age of 78, after a courageous battle with colon cancer, in Pueblo.

Dorothy was born February 21, 1943, to Clyve and Helen Foulke; sister of Harvey Horton, George Foulke, and Barbara Engelbrecht; and granddaughter of August and Ila Kern and William and Lottie Foulke.

Obituary – Rebecca “Becky” June Tallman

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Rebecca "Becky" June Tallman

February 25, 1952 - February 16, 2021

Becky was the daughter of Betty Jo and Wayne E. Tallman. She was born in Burlington February 25, 1952.  She grew up on the family farm with her parents and two brothers just north of Brandon. Rebecca June Tallman passed away peacefully at her home in Denver on February 16, 2021.

Obituary – Donald “Don” Gene McPherson, Jr.

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Donald "Don" Gene McPherson, Jr.

February 20, 1949 - February 15, 2021

Donald, or Don as he was better known, was born February 20, 1949, in Lamar to Donald John and Alice Lorrayne (Gruenewald) McPherson. He departed this life unexpectedly February 15, 2021, in Colorado Springs.

Don was the second son born to Don and Alice. He would go on to outlive his parents and his four brothers. He grew up and made his home on the family farm north of Lamar in May Valley.