Rocky Mountian Obituaries | TheFencePost.com

Rocky Mountian Obituaries

Noble Dean Maskus, age 65, of Arriba, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008, at his home.

He came to Bovina, Colo., with his family when he was 3 years old. He attended school in Arriba.

Noble was confirmed at the Christ Lutheran Church north of Genoa, Colo., in 1955. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Arriba.

Noble loved the land and farming. He also enjoyed woodworking.

When the Vietnam war came, Noble enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he served for two years. Noble was wounded and received the Purple Heart. After being honorably discharged, he returned to his love of farming. He also cared for his mother until her death.

Noble is survived by his wife, Avis; stepsons Mark Taylor and wife Marie of Fowler, Colo., Brian Taylor and wife Jill, and children Kendra and Kyle of Manzanola, Colo., Michael Taylor and wife Debbie of Genoa, Colo., and Don Taylor and wife Marie, and their son Timmy of Great Bend, Kan. He is also survived by a brother, Milton Maskus and wife Frances of Karval, Colo.; sisters Lorene Spohr of Dodge City, Kan., and Marilyn Freeman of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 25 in Arriba. Interment followed at Arriba cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent in Noble’s name to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Friends who wish may visit http://www.lovefuneralhomes.com to sign the online guest book or to send the family your message of condolence.

Robert Charles Bloomfield, age 63, of New Castle, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008.

He was born May 3, 1944, in Meeker, Colo., to Hartley and Margaret Bloomfield. He enjoyed ranching with his dad while growing up. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and taught and coached at Rifle High School. There he contributed to many achievements in the Ag program, as well as co-coaching the 1973 State Football Championship team.

Robert married Becky Dawson on Sept. 27, 1973.

He enjoyed being with his family, especially his grandchildren. He liked the ranching lifestyle of caring for his cattle, haying and his fertilizer business.

Bob is survived by his wife Becky; children Jim Bob and Laurel Bloomfield, Jennifer and Jared Street, and Jack and Kristen Bloomfield; and grandchildren Kade and Rachel Street. He is also survived by his mother, Margaret Bloomfield; brother and sister-in-law Hartley and Lynn Bloomfield; and numerous other extended family members and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 24.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Rifle FFA Chapter.

Noble Dean Maskus, age 65, of Arriba, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008, at his home.

He came to Bovina, Colo., with his family when he was 3 years old. He attended school in Arriba.

Noble was confirmed at the Christ Lutheran Church north of Genoa, Colo., in 1955. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Arriba.

Noble loved the land and farming. He also enjoyed woodworking.

When the Vietnam war came, Noble enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he served for two years. Noble was wounded and received the Purple Heart. After being honorably discharged, he returned to his love of farming. He also cared for his mother until her death.

Noble is survived by his wife, Avis; stepsons Mark Taylor and wife Marie of Fowler, Colo., Brian Taylor and wife Jill, and children Kendra and Kyle of Manzanola, Colo., Michael Taylor and wife Debbie of Genoa, Colo., and Don Taylor and wife Marie, and their son Timmy of Great Bend, Kan. He is also survived by a brother, Milton Maskus and wife Frances of Karval, Colo.; sisters Lorene Spohr of Dodge City, Kan., and Marilyn Freeman of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 25 in Arriba. Interment followed at Arriba cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent in Noble’s name to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Friends who wish may visit http://www.lovefuneralhomes.com to sign the online guest book or to send the family your message of condolence.

Robert Charles Bloomfield, age 63, of New Castle, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008.

He was born May 3, 1944, in Meeker, Colo., to Hartley and Margaret Bloomfield. He enjoyed ranching with his dad while growing up. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and taught and coached at Rifle High School. There he contributed to many achievements in the Ag program, as well as co-coaching the 1973 State Football Championship team.

Robert married Becky Dawson on Sept. 27, 1973.

He enjoyed being with his family, especially his grandchildren. He liked the ranching lifestyle of caring for his cattle, haying and his fertilizer business.

Bob is survived by his wife Becky; children Jim Bob and Laurel Bloomfield, Jennifer and Jared Street, and Jack and Kristen Bloomfield; and grandchildren Kade and Rachel Street. He is also survived by his mother, Margaret Bloomfield; brother and sister-in-law Hartley and Lynn Bloomfield; and numerous other extended family members and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 24.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Rifle FFA Chapter.

Noble Dean Maskus, age 65, of Arriba, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008, at his home.

He came to Bovina, Colo., with his family when he was 3 years old. He attended school in Arriba.

Noble was confirmed at the Christ Lutheran Church north of Genoa, Colo., in 1955. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Arriba.

Noble loved the land and farming. He also enjoyed woodworking.

When the Vietnam war came, Noble enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he served for two years. Noble was wounded and received the Purple Heart. After being honorably discharged, he returned to his love of farming. He also cared for his mother until her death.

Noble is survived by his wife, Avis; stepsons Mark Taylor and wife Marie of Fowler, Colo., Brian Taylor and wife Jill, and children Kendra and Kyle of Manzanola, Colo., Michael Taylor and wife Debbie of Genoa, Colo., and Don Taylor and wife Marie, and their son Timmy of Great Bend, Kan. He is also survived by a brother, Milton Maskus and wife Frances of Karval, Colo.; sisters Lorene Spohr of Dodge City, Kan., and Marilyn Freeman of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 25 in Arriba. Interment followed at Arriba cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent in Noble’s name to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Friends who wish may visit http://www.lovefuneralhomes.com to sign the online guest book or to send the family your message of condolence.

Robert Charles Bloomfield, age 63, of New Castle, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008.

He was born May 3, 1944, in Meeker, Colo., to Hartley and Margaret Bloomfield. He enjoyed ranching with his dad while growing up. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and taught and coached at Rifle High School. There he contributed to many achievements in the Ag program, as well as co-coaching the 1973 State Football Championship team.

Robert married Becky Dawson on Sept. 27, 1973.

He enjoyed being with his family, especially his grandchildren. He liked the ranching lifestyle of caring for his cattle, haying and his fertilizer business.

Bob is survived by his wife Becky; children Jim Bob and Laurel Bloomfield, Jennifer and Jared Street, and Jack and Kristen Bloomfield; and grandchildren Kade and Rachel Street. He is also survived by his mother, Margaret Bloomfield; brother and sister-in-law Hartley and Lynn Bloomfield; and numerous other extended family members and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 24.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Rifle FFA Chapter.

Noble Dean Maskus, age 65, of Arriba, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008, at his home.

He came to Bovina, Colo., with his family when he was 3 years old. He attended school in Arriba.

Noble was confirmed at the Christ Lutheran Church north of Genoa, Colo., in 1955. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Arriba.

Noble loved the land and farming. He also enjoyed woodworking.

When the Vietnam war came, Noble enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he served for two years. Noble was wounded and received the Purple Heart. After being honorably discharged, he returned to his love of farming. He also cared for his mother until her death.

Noble is survived by his wife, Avis; stepsons Mark Taylor and wife Marie of Fowler, Colo., Brian Taylor and wife Jill, and children Kendra and Kyle of Manzanola, Colo., Michael Taylor and wife Debbie of Genoa, Colo., and Don Taylor and wife Marie, and their son Timmy of Great Bend, Kan. He is also survived by a brother, Milton Maskus and wife Frances of Karval, Colo.; sisters Lorene Spohr of Dodge City, Kan., and Marilyn Freeman of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 25 in Arriba. Interment followed at Arriba cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent in Noble’s name to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Friends who wish may visit http://www.lovefuneralhomes.com to sign the online guest book or to send the family your message of condolence.

Robert Charles Bloomfield, age 63, of New Castle, Colo., died Jan. 20, 2008.

He was born May 3, 1944, in Meeker, Colo., to Hartley and Margaret Bloomfield. He enjoyed ranching with his dad while growing up. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and taught and coached at Rifle High School. There he contributed to many achievements in the Ag program, as well as co-coaching the 1973 State Football Championship team.

Robert married Becky Dawson on Sept. 27, 1973.

He enjoyed being with his family, especially his grandchildren. He liked the ranching lifestyle of caring for his cattle, haying and his fertilizer business.

Bob is survived by his wife Becky; children Jim Bob and Laurel Bloomfield, Jennifer and Jared Street, and Jack and Kristen Bloomfield; and grandchildren Kade and Rachel Street. He is also survived by his mother, Margaret Bloomfield; brother and sister-in-law Hartley and Lynn Bloomfield; and numerous other extended family members and friends.

Services were held on Jan. 24.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Rifle FFA Chapter.