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Richard Yolles

Richard Yolles

Richard Yolles

Richard Yolles, a Denver attorney and private investor, passed away Oct. 10, 2018, in Denver. Rabbi Rick Rheins and Cantor Sheila Nesis officiated at the Oct. 12 graveside service at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.

“He was an exceptionally devoted husband and had tremendous pride watching his sons grow into adulthood,” his loved ones said.

“Our sudden loss is shocking and immense. His presence and guidance will be missed.”

Mr. Yolles was born Feb. 19, 1952, in Detroit, Mich.

He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan and law degree at CU Law School.

Mr. Yolles married Karen Yolles on Oct. 13, 1985.

An attorney in private practice until 2000, he then pursued investing.

Mr. Yolles had a passion for history and world travel.

The Michigan Wolverines fight song was included in all his musical playlists.

Mr. Yolles is survived by his wife Karen Yolles; sons Daniel Yolles and Jacob Yolles; brother Robert Yolles of Old Saybrook, Conn.; and niece Rebecca Levine of Alexandria, Va.

Contributions may be made to Temple Sinai, Food Bank of the Rockies or JEWISHColorado’s Birthright/IST programs.

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