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Mario J. Fine, North Fork area resident, passed away as a result of an automobile accident on Sunday, March 30, 2008, in Austin, Colorado. He was 35 years of age.

Mario James Fine was born at Anchorage, Alaska on June 24, 1972 to Larry E. Fine and Julia A. Araujo. He spent his childhood in Seattle, Washington and Alaska, graduating from Houston Jr. Center High class of 1989. Mario resided in Utah for eleven years prior to moving to the Hotchkiss/Paonia area eight years ago.

Mario married the love of his life, Kerri Sue Thorngren on July 16, 1988. The couple would have celebrated over nineteen years of love and marriage together this year. Kerri survives.

Mario loved his career with Patterson Drilling Rig 170 in Rifle, Colorado, and cherished the many crew members he worked with for many years. He enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, going to yard sales, and having a cold drink with his buddies. Most importantly, his greatest enjoyment and love was for his family.

Mario is survived by his beloved wife, Kerri of Hotchkiss, CO; parents, Larry E. Fine of Maui, HI and Julia A. Araujo of Wasilla, AK; two sons, Derek James Fine and Timothy J. Tallerico both of Hotchkiss, CO; one daughter, Ashley Jean Fine of Hotchkiss; a twin brother, Joseph Darrell Fine of Wasilla, AK; two sisters, Julie Fine of Wasilla, AK and Erica Nelson of Arizona; paternal grandmother, Lavern Fine of Wasilla, AK; many in-laws, and especially his very close friends at Patterson Drilling Rig #170.

Mario J. Fine, North Fork area resident, passed away as a result of an automobile accident on Sunday, March 30, 2008, in Austin, Colorado. He was 35 years of age.

Mario James Fine was born at Anchorage, Alaska on June 24, 1972 to Larry E. Fine and Julia A. Araujo. He spent his childhood in Seattle, Washington and Alaska, graduating from Houston Jr. Center High class of 1989. Mario resided in Utah for eleven years prior to moving to the Hotchkiss/Paonia area eight years ago.

Mario married the love of his life, Kerri Sue Thorngren on July 16, 1988. The couple would have celebrated over nineteen years of love and marriage together this year. Kerri survives.

Mario loved his career with Patterson Drilling Rig 170 in Rifle, Colorado, and cherished the many crew members he worked with for many years. He enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, going to yard sales, and having a cold drink with his buddies. Most importantly, his greatest enjoyment and love was for his family.

Mario is survived by his beloved wife, Kerri of Hotchkiss, CO; parents, Larry E. Fine of Maui, HI and Julia A. Araujo of Wasilla, AK; two sons, Derek James Fine and Timothy J. Tallerico both of Hotchkiss, CO; one daughter, Ashley Jean Fine of Hotchkiss; a twin brother, Joseph Darrell Fine of Wasilla, AK; two sisters, Julie Fine of Wasilla, AK and Erica Nelson of Arizona; paternal grandmother, Lavern Fine of Wasilla, AK; many in-laws, and especially his very close friends at Patterson Drilling Rig #170.

Mario J. Fine, North Fork area resident, passed away as a result of an automobile accident on Sunday, March 30, 2008, in Austin, Colorado. He was 35 years of age.

Mario James Fine was born at Anchorage, Alaska on June 24, 1972 to Larry E. Fine and Julia A. Araujo. He spent his childhood in Seattle, Washington and Alaska, graduating from Houston Jr. Center High class of 1989. Mario resided in Utah for eleven years prior to moving to the Hotchkiss/Paonia area eight years ago.

Mario married the love of his life, Kerri Sue Thorngren on July 16, 1988. The couple would have celebrated over nineteen years of love and marriage together this year. Kerri survives.

Mario loved his career with Patterson Drilling Rig 170 in Rifle, Colorado, and cherished the many crew members he worked with for many years. He enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, going to yard sales, and having a cold drink with his buddies. Most importantly, his greatest enjoyment and love was for his family.

Mario is survived by his beloved wife, Kerri of Hotchkiss, CO; parents, Larry E. Fine of Maui, HI and Julia A. Araujo of Wasilla, AK; two sons, Derek James Fine and Timothy J. Tallerico both of Hotchkiss, CO; one daughter, Ashley Jean Fine of Hotchkiss; a twin brother, Joseph Darrell Fine of Wasilla, AK; two sisters, Julie Fine of Wasilla, AK and Erica Nelson of Arizona; paternal grandmother, Lavern Fine of Wasilla, AK; many in-laws, and especially his very close friends at Patterson Drilling Rig #170.

Mario J. Fine, North Fork area resident, passed away as a result of an automobile accident on Sunday, March 30, 2008, in Austin, Colorado. He was 35 years of age.

Mario James Fine was born at Anchorage, Alaska on June 24, 1972 to Larry E. Fine and Julia A. Araujo. He spent his childhood in Seattle, Washington and Alaska, graduating from Houston Jr. Center High class of 1989. Mario resided in Utah for eleven years prior to moving to the Hotchkiss/Paonia area eight years ago.

Mario married the love of his life, Kerri Sue Thorngren on July 16, 1988. The couple would have celebrated over nineteen years of love and marriage together this year. Kerri survives.

Mario loved his career with Patterson Drilling Rig 170 in Rifle, Colorado, and cherished the many crew members he worked with for many years. He enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, going to yard sales, and having a cold drink with his buddies. Most importantly, his greatest enjoyment and love was for his family.

Mario is survived by his beloved wife, Kerri of Hotchkiss, CO; parents, Larry E. Fine of Maui, HI and Julia A. Araujo of Wasilla, AK; two sons, Derek James Fine and Timothy J. Tallerico both of Hotchkiss, CO; one daughter, Ashley Jean Fine of Hotchkiss; a twin brother, Joseph Darrell Fine of Wasilla, AK; two sisters, Julie Fine of Wasilla, AK and Erica Nelson of Arizona; paternal grandmother, Lavern Fine of Wasilla, AK; many in-laws, and especially his very close friends at Patterson Drilling Rig #170.


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