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Rocky Mountain Obituaries 9-14-09

Anthony “Johnnie” Palombo, 68, of Brighton, Colo., died on August 28, 2009.

He was born on November 12, 1940 in Denver, Colo., to Floyd and Sylvia (Volpato) Palombo. John was married to Vicki Palombo for 38 years.

John was a lifetime resident of the Irondale, Brighton area where he helped operate the family farm. Between 1988 and 2005, John operated an asbestos abatement company out of Commerce City. Most recently, John helped his son Mario on his farm in Orchard, Colo. His favorite work was driving a tractor. John never knew the words can’t and won’t. Always working with his hands, John was known as a magician with duct tape and baling wire.

He is survived by two sons Mario (Kerri) Palombo and Giavonni Palombo both of Orchard, Colo; two brothers, Pete and Angelo Palombo both of Brighton and one sister Delores Martindale of Platteville, Colo.

He is preceded in death by both parents and a brother Gene in 2002.

Services were held September 4, 2009.

Interment was in the Elmwood Cemetery, Brighton, Colo.

Anthony “Johnnie” Palombo, 68, of Brighton, Colo., died on August 28, 2009.

He was born on November 12, 1940 in Denver, Colo., to Floyd and Sylvia (Volpato) Palombo. John was married to Vicki Palombo for 38 years.

John was a lifetime resident of the Irondale, Brighton area where he helped operate the family farm. Between 1988 and 2005, John operated an asbestos abatement company out of Commerce City. Most recently, John helped his son Mario on his farm in Orchard, Colo. His favorite work was driving a tractor. John never knew the words can’t and won’t. Always working with his hands, John was known as a magician with duct tape and baling wire.

He is survived by two sons Mario (Kerri) Palombo and Giavonni Palombo both of Orchard, Colo; two brothers, Pete and Angelo Palombo both of Brighton and one sister Delores Martindale of Platteville, Colo.

He is preceded in death by both parents and a brother Gene in 2002.

Services were held September 4, 2009.

Interment was in the Elmwood Cemetery, Brighton, Colo.

Anthony “Johnnie” Palombo, 68, of Brighton, Colo., died on August 28, 2009.

He was born on November 12, 1940 in Denver, Colo., to Floyd and Sylvia (Volpato) Palombo. John was married to Vicki Palombo for 38 years.

John was a lifetime resident of the Irondale, Brighton area where he helped operate the family farm. Between 1988 and 2005, John operated an asbestos abatement company out of Commerce City. Most recently, John helped his son Mario on his farm in Orchard, Colo. His favorite work was driving a tractor. John never knew the words can’t and won’t. Always working with his hands, John was known as a magician with duct tape and baling wire.

He is survived by two sons Mario (Kerri) Palombo and Giavonni Palombo both of Orchard, Colo; two brothers, Pete and Angelo Palombo both of Brighton and one sister Delores Martindale of Platteville, Colo.

He is preceded in death by both parents and a brother Gene in 2002.

Services were held September 4, 2009.

Interment was in the Elmwood Cemetery, Brighton, Colo.

Anthony “Johnnie” Palombo, 68, of Brighton, Colo., died on August 28, 2009.

He was born on November 12, 1940 in Denver, Colo., to Floyd and Sylvia (Volpato) Palombo. John was married to Vicki Palombo for 38 years.

John was a lifetime resident of the Irondale, Brighton area where he helped operate the family farm. Between 1988 and 2005, John operated an asbestos abatement company out of Commerce City. Most recently, John helped his son Mario on his farm in Orchard, Colo. His favorite work was driving a tractor. John never knew the words can’t and won’t. Always working with his hands, John was known as a magician with duct tape and baling wire.

He is survived by two sons Mario (Kerri) Palombo and Giavonni Palombo both of Orchard, Colo; two brothers, Pete and Angelo Palombo both of Brighton and one sister Delores Martindale of Platteville, Colo.

He is preceded in death by both parents and a brother Gene in 2002.

Services were held September 4, 2009.

Interment was in the Elmwood Cemetery, Brighton, Colo.

Anthony “Johnnie” Palombo, 68, of Brighton, Colo., died on August 28, 2009.

He was born on November 12, 1940 in Denver, Colo., to Floyd and Sylvia (Volpato) Palombo. John was married to Vicki Palombo for 38 years.

John was a lifetime resident of the Irondale, Brighton area where he helped operate the family farm. Between 1988 and 2005, John operated an asbestos abatement company out of Commerce City. Most recently, John helped his son Mario on his farm in Orchard, Colo. His favorite work was driving a tractor. John never knew the words can’t and won’t. Always working with his hands, John was known as a magician with duct tape and baling wire.

He is survived by two sons Mario (Kerri) Palombo and Giavonni Palombo both of Orchard, Colo; two brothers, Pete and Angelo Palombo both of Brighton and one sister Delores Martindale of Platteville, Colo.

He is preceded in death by both parents and a brother Gene in 2002.

Services were held September 4, 2009.

Interment was in the Elmwood Cemetery, Brighton, Colo.


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