This page is dedicated to our friends from the Class of 1982 who are no longer with us.
May we treasure the friendships we have today and not forget the ones from our past...
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Angela Sue Faulkner, 53, knownd as Angie to all, passed away at her residnce on Sunday, July 9, 2017.
Angie was born to James and Pauline Klinger on September 14, 1963 in Norfolk, Virginia. Angie, a resident of Sierra County for the past 25 years, was a member of the American Legion Auxilliary and had been a member of a rock climbing club. She enjoyed 4 wheeling, snowmobiling and spending time in the mountains, She loved playing sports, especially softball and she loved dragonflies. She enjoyed traveling and spending time with family and friends. She was very proud of her children, Sarah and Hunter, who she loved dearly.
Angie is survived by her husband of 23 years, Neal Faulkner; Children: Sarah C. Faulkner and Hunter Grant Faulkner; Mother: Pauline Klinger; Brother: Jason Klinger (Christal); Sisters-in-law: Barbara Hill (Gary) and Brenda Rojas (Jose); Nieces and Nephews: Danny, Alex, Preston, Leigh Shann, Glenda, Lorraina and Raquel; Great Nieces and Nephews: Rebecca, Shane, Keegan, Kimberly and Johnny. She is predeceased by her father James Klinger.
Ronda Sue Keveles, 51, of Lawton, Oklahoma passed away on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 in her family's home after a long battle with illness.
A memorial service will be held on Thursday, April 21st, 2016 in the Lawton Ritter Gray Funeral Home Chapel at 5:00 pm with reception starting at 4:00 pm.
Ronda was born to Gary Derstein and Anna Hurley in Hutchinson, Kansas on August 4th, 1964. Anna and Tom Hurley, Ronda and brother Randy relocated to Broomfield, Colorado and Ronda graduated from Broomfield High School in 1982.
On January 15th, 1983, Ronda married her high school sweetheart Dean Keveles. In 1984 Dean joined the U.S. Army. Ronda was a completely dedicated and devoted military spouse, mother, Nana, and true patriot. The family moved between numerous assignments in support of Dean's military service. With the many separations due to her husband's deployments, Ronda was the household commander. When together, Dean and Ronda made memories traveling around the world.
Ronda often worked outside the home in administrative and clerical positions. Her last job was working as the Awards Manager for the non-profit United States Field Artillery Association on Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Ronda was also dedicated to serving her community. In what little free time she had she enjoyed operating as a volunteer for Mobile Meals on Wheels and helping her daughter in her kindergarten classes as a teacher's assistant.
She is survived by her husband Dean of the home; her mother Anna and husband Tom of Westminster, CO; brother Randy and wife Brooke of Evans, CO; daughter Junae Keveles and husband Dwayne Dobbs of Lawton, OK; daughter Talina and husband Andrew Waddel of Lawton, OK; son Tory Keveles of Lawton, OK; son Shay and wife Billiejo Keveles of Lawton, OK; grandchildren, Drake Lyons, Dravin Keveles, DJ Dobbs, Gage and Lilyana Waddel, Alex Anderson, Delilah and Dalton Anderson of Lawton, OK, and Desiree Dobbs of Marlow, OK; great granddaughter Skylynn Grounds, of Lawton, OK; also a host of beloved Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and special friends.
She was proceeded in death by her biological father; Gary Derstein and all of her grandparents.
Dale John Schneider - long time Broomfield resident passed away at his home peacefully on December 3 at the age of 52. He was surrounded by family and friends at his side.
Dale loved life and was a wonderful son, brother, uncle and friend to so many. Always so kind to everyone he met and was always there for anyone who needed him, no matter what. He was active in the community and volunteered for many causes.
He will be missed very much.
Dale is preceded in death by his father Gregory J. Schneider. He is survived by his mother, Ann M. Schneider of Broomfield, brother Kaye "Bud" Schneider of Lafayette, sister Kelli Greenewald (Schneider) of Broomfield, nieces and nephews, Melissa Hulsey ( Tim) of Visalia CA, Chad Haines of Broomfield, Matthew Schneider (Liz)of Colorado Springs CO, Chelsea (David) Ellis of Broomfield , Jonathan Schneider ( Jessica) Broomfield, Adam Schneider, Broomfield, and great nephews Clayton Hulsey, Landon Hulsey, Elijah Ellis and Oliver Ellis
she was my first friend-ouside the fam- ever. her and were 3 when we met.. she taught me how to smoke cigs, and pot. lil brat that she was back then, i loved her, i still do and i miss her. we had A LOT of good times together--- i will see again someday. never forget her, cute lil blonde, blu eyes that represented the ocean, golden tan all the boys were crazy 4 her- as i was so envious, i wanted to be her as a child. we moved, so we grew up separated, kept faintly in touch, but she was always "my bud " love to ya carolyn, my girl
Many of us remember Steve Tolly as the guy that drove the Starsky and Hutch car at school. At least that is what I remember about him in high school. I really did not know him that well while we were in school but when I came home that first summer after college we met and became best friends.
Chris Wright, Steve and myself became very close over the next few months that I was home from college and we stayed that way until his untimely death at 30. We were going out many times a week together and had a blast. He was very outgoing and loved to dance. Steve was in my wedding and I was in his showing how important we were to each other. We were going to be friends for life... I just did not know how short that was going to be at the time. We always stayed in touch, he was one of the few people that I could always count on no matter what happened.
He is truly missed by myself and many other people that he touched over his short life. -- Steve Charrin