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Rocky Mountain Obituaries 12-26-11

Brent Lee Hostetler, 54, lifelong Seibert, Colo., resident, passed away December 12, 2011, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colo.

He was born to John Loyd (Shorty) and Elizabeth Louise (Chaffin) Hostetler on March 9, 1957, in Burlington, Colo. Brent grew up in the Seibert, Colo., area, where he attended grade school and high school, graduating from Seibert High School in 1975.

Brent spent his life on the home ranch northwest of Seibert, Colo. He enjoyed learning to farm from his dad and spent many hours checking the wheat stand often telling his dad that he was digging up the whole field looking for sprouts.

During his lifetime, Brent enjoyed the company of several dogs, many named Harry. He also had buffalo and his cow herd that he enjoyed until his death.

Also being an avid collector, Brent had a collection of over 100 cars, trucks, vans, and school busses.

He is survived by his son, Alec Hostetler of Rifle, Colo.; brothers, Larry Hostetler, (Debbie Alexander), and Dave Hostetler; nieces Heather Schlosser (Cary) and Melissa Ezell, nephews Ryan Hostetler and Scott Ezell along with extended family and friends.

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He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister-in-law, Darice Hostetler.

Memorial services were held December 16, 2011 at the Trinity Hill Church in Seibert, Colo.

Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Flagler Cemetery in Flagler, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be made in Brent’s name to an education fund being established for his son Alec, and may be left at or sent to the Kit Carson State Bank, Burlington, Colo.

Friends may go to http://www.LoveFuneralHomes.com to sign the family’s online register book and leave a message of condolences.

Brent Lee Hostetler, 54, lifelong Seibert, Colo., resident, passed away December 12, 2011, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colo.

He was born to John Loyd (Shorty) and Elizabeth Louise (Chaffin) Hostetler on March 9, 1957, in Burlington, Colo. Brent grew up in the Seibert, Colo., area, where he attended grade school and high school, graduating from Seibert High School in 1975.

Brent spent his life on the home ranch northwest of Seibert, Colo. He enjoyed learning to farm from his dad and spent many hours checking the wheat stand often telling his dad that he was digging up the whole field looking for sprouts.

During his lifetime, Brent enjoyed the company of several dogs, many named Harry. He also had buffalo and his cow herd that he enjoyed until his death.

Also being an avid collector, Brent had a collection of over 100 cars, trucks, vans, and school busses.

He is survived by his son, Alec Hostetler of Rifle, Colo.; brothers, Larry Hostetler, (Debbie Alexander), and Dave Hostetler; nieces Heather Schlosser (Cary) and Melissa Ezell, nephews Ryan Hostetler and Scott Ezell along with extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister-in-law, Darice Hostetler.

Memorial services were held December 16, 2011 at the Trinity Hill Church in Seibert, Colo.

Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Flagler Cemetery in Flagler, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be made in Brent’s name to an education fund being established for his son Alec, and may be left at or sent to the Kit Carson State Bank, Burlington, Colo.

Friends may go to http://www.LoveFuneralHomes.com to sign the family’s online register book and leave a message of condolences.

Brent Lee Hostetler, 54, lifelong Seibert, Colo., resident, passed away December 12, 2011, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colo.

He was born to John Loyd (Shorty) and Elizabeth Louise (Chaffin) Hostetler on March 9, 1957, in Burlington, Colo. Brent grew up in the Seibert, Colo., area, where he attended grade school and high school, graduating from Seibert High School in 1975.

Brent spent his life on the home ranch northwest of Seibert, Colo. He enjoyed learning to farm from his dad and spent many hours checking the wheat stand often telling his dad that he was digging up the whole field looking for sprouts.

During his lifetime, Brent enjoyed the company of several dogs, many named Harry. He also had buffalo and his cow herd that he enjoyed until his death.

Also being an avid collector, Brent had a collection of over 100 cars, trucks, vans, and school busses.

He is survived by his son, Alec Hostetler of Rifle, Colo.; brothers, Larry Hostetler, (Debbie Alexander), and Dave Hostetler; nieces Heather Schlosser (Cary) and Melissa Ezell, nephews Ryan Hostetler and Scott Ezell along with extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister-in-law, Darice Hostetler.

Memorial services were held December 16, 2011 at the Trinity Hill Church in Seibert, Colo.

Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Flagler Cemetery in Flagler, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be made in Brent’s name to an education fund being established for his son Alec, and may be left at or sent to the Kit Carson State Bank, Burlington, Colo.

Friends may go to http://www.LoveFuneralHomes.com to sign the family’s online register book and leave a message of condolences.

Brent Lee Hostetler, 54, lifelong Seibert, Colo., resident, passed away December 12, 2011, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colo.

He was born to John Loyd (Shorty) and Elizabeth Louise (Chaffin) Hostetler on March 9, 1957, in Burlington, Colo. Brent grew up in the Seibert, Colo., area, where he attended grade school and high school, graduating from Seibert High School in 1975.

Brent spent his life on the home ranch northwest of Seibert, Colo. He enjoyed learning to farm from his dad and spent many hours checking the wheat stand often telling his dad that he was digging up the whole field looking for sprouts.

During his lifetime, Brent enjoyed the company of several dogs, many named Harry. He also had buffalo and his cow herd that he enjoyed until his death.

Also being an avid collector, Brent had a collection of over 100 cars, trucks, vans, and school busses.

He is survived by his son, Alec Hostetler of Rifle, Colo.; brothers, Larry Hostetler, (Debbie Alexander), and Dave Hostetler; nieces Heather Schlosser (Cary) and Melissa Ezell, nephews Ryan Hostetler and Scott Ezell along with extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister-in-law, Darice Hostetler.

Memorial services were held December 16, 2011 at the Trinity Hill Church in Seibert, Colo.

Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Flagler Cemetery in Flagler, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be made in Brent’s name to an education fund being established for his son Alec, and may be left at or sent to the Kit Carson State Bank, Burlington, Colo.

Friends may go to http://www.LoveFuneralHomes.com to sign the family’s online register book and leave a message of condolences.

Brent Lee Hostetler, 54, lifelong Seibert, Colo., resident, passed away December 12, 2011, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colo.

He was born to John Loyd (Shorty) and Elizabeth Louise (Chaffin) Hostetler on March 9, 1957, in Burlington, Colo. Brent grew up in the Seibert, Colo., area, where he attended grade school and high school, graduating from Seibert High School in 1975.

Brent spent his life on the home ranch northwest of Seibert, Colo. He enjoyed learning to farm from his dad and spent many hours checking the wheat stand often telling his dad that he was digging up the whole field looking for sprouts.

During his lifetime, Brent enjoyed the company of several dogs, many named Harry. He also had buffalo and his cow herd that he enjoyed until his death.

Also being an avid collector, Brent had a collection of over 100 cars, trucks, vans, and school busses.

He is survived by his son, Alec Hostetler of Rifle, Colo.; brothers, Larry Hostetler, (Debbie Alexander), and Dave Hostetler; nieces Heather Schlosser (Cary) and Melissa Ezell, nephews Ryan Hostetler and Scott Ezell along with extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister-in-law, Darice Hostetler.

Memorial services were held December 16, 2011 at the Trinity Hill Church in Seibert, Colo.

Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Flagler Cemetery in Flagler, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be made in Brent’s name to an education fund being established for his son Alec, and may be left at or sent to the Kit Carson State Bank, Burlington, Colo.

Friends may go to http://www.LoveFuneralHomes.com to sign the family’s online register book and leave a message of condolences.

Brent Lee Hostetler, 54, lifelong Seibert, Colo., resident, passed away December 12, 2011, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colo.

He was born to John Loyd (Shorty) and Elizabeth Louise (Chaffin) Hostetler on March 9, 1957, in Burlington, Colo. Brent grew up in the Seibert, Colo., area, where he attended grade school and high school, graduating from Seibert High School in 1975.

Brent spent his life on the home ranch northwest of Seibert, Colo. He enjoyed learning to farm from his dad and spent many hours checking the wheat stand often telling his dad that he was digging up the whole field looking for sprouts.

During his lifetime, Brent enjoyed the company of several dogs, many named Harry. He also had buffalo and his cow herd that he enjoyed until his death.

Also being an avid collector, Brent had a collection of over 100 cars, trucks, vans, and school busses.

He is survived by his son, Alec Hostetler of Rifle, Colo.; brothers, Larry Hostetler, (Debbie Alexander), and Dave Hostetler; nieces Heather Schlosser (Cary) and Melissa Ezell, nephews Ryan Hostetler and Scott Ezell along with extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister-in-law, Darice Hostetler.

Memorial services were held December 16, 2011 at the Trinity Hill Church in Seibert, Colo.

Inurnment will be held at a later date in the Flagler Cemetery in Flagler, Colo.

Memorial contributions may be made in Brent’s name to an education fund being established for his son Alec, and may be left at or sent to the Kit Carson State Bank, Burlington, Colo.

Friends may go to http://www.LoveFuneralHomes.com to sign the family’s online register book and leave a message of condolences.