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Rosyne Gardenswartz, 1924-2016

The sweetness of Rosyne Gardenswartz will live as long as everyone who knew her lives, since her kindness and genuine concern for everyone she met are unforgettable....

Shimon Peres, 1923-2016

When all is said and done, who was Shimon Peres? It’s really not an easy answer. His many eulogists have said a great deal about the man, virtually all of it...

Bill Armstrong, 1937-2016

The death of US Sen. Bill Armstrong a month ago, July 5, left Colorado much impoverished. He served two terms as a US senator (Republican) from Colorado and could...

Vince Boryla, 1930-2016

Mr. Denver Basketball. That was Vince Boryla, who died last Sunday . . . in Denver. In an age when the loyalty of sports figures has virtually vanished, Vince Boryla was...

David Bram, 1927-2016

The Intermountain Jewish News interviewed David Bram at his home in Colorado Springs in the early 1990s. A successful commercial real estate developer, his unpretentious...

Rebbetzin Leah Kagan, 1933-2016

It is certainly not a small thing when someone dies and it can be said, “No one ever had a bad thing to say about that person.” It is something else again, however,...

Prof. Eugene Borowitz, 1924-2016

If there were anyone who, without being glib, without compromising his intellectual honesty, and without any polemical motive, tried to bridge the denominational and...

Jordon Perlmutter 1931-2015

The community’s diadem has left us They will be telling stories of Jordon Perlmutter for generations to come, and not just because he leaves behind a beautiful and...

Sandra Vinnik, 1935-2015

Everyone who knew Sandra Vinnik called her Sandy. Invoking the informal was the way to relate to a woman cherished and idealized in our community. Mrs. Vinnik could have...

Julian Bond, 1940-2015

The legacy of Julian Bond will rightfully focus on his life’s work in civil rights. From his student years literally until his death last week at 75, he was one of the...