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Alfred Held

Alfred Held

Alfred Held

Alfred H. Held of Denver passed away Jan. 23, 2019, in Denver. Rabbi Bruce Dollin officiated at the Jan. 23 memorial service at Feldman Chapel. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.

“He always had a smile and a warm greeting for everyone,” the family said. “He lived life to the fullest.”

Mr. Held was born Feb. 23, 1928, in New York. A resident of Woodmere and Hewlitt, NY, he later moved to Denver.

He graduated Lafayette College in 1950.

Mr. Held was married to the late Yvette Held for about 50 years.

He married Audrey Held on Sept. 5, 2004.

Mr. Held is survived by his wife Audrey; children Peggie Held and Patti Held; grandchildren Blake Schroeder and Charlie Cohen; stepchildren Steve (Fran) Meer, Larry (Claudia Gomez) Meer and Kathy (Scott) Dock; step grandchildren Jordan, Whitney, Aaron, Parker, Ethan Meer, Lauren and Kallie Dock; sisters-in-law Dona (Myron) Oliner and Audrey Ahrendt and brothers-in-law Richard Meer and Brian Bostron.

Contributions may be made to the HEA or charity of choice.

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