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Hood Mortuary
1261 East 3rd Avenue
Durango , CO 81301
(970) 247-2312
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Leslie 'Les' Clinton Drew

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Science in 1957, and his Doctor of Philosophy in Zoology in 1963.  While at Michigan State, he was curator of exhibits.  On collection programs, he was a member of expeditions to Mexico, principally Durango, Northern Ontario, and northwest Manitoba to collect biological and illustrative materials for museum dioramas.  Les also went to Beaver Island, Mich. to collect wintering birds and mammals.While at Beaver Island, to shoot and classify birds, they used an 8 gauge shotgun they strapped down and used like a cannon, as they were not hunters.  We still have the picture of Les with his colleagues on the island, smoking tobacco pipes.One of Les’passions was birthed from his studies at Michigan State, the study of spiders.  Through his study and love for insects came five journal publications.  He was a well-known arachnologist, entomologist and zoologist in the university system and in the United States.After receiving his doctorate, Les put his education to work as part of the Peabody Museum at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut from 1966 to 1967.  His official title was Assistant to the Director, where he coordinated activities of the Exhibits and Educational staffs.In 1967 – 1977, Les was appointed Director of the Museum of the Rockies and Professor of Zoology (tenured) in Bozeman, Montana.  The building with which you are all familiar, (W. Kagy Boulevard), was Les’ legacy.  Prior exhibits were in the “Dairy Barn” on campus.  Les led the planning, fundraising and construction effort to build dedicated buildings for the Museum at its present site.  The first module opened in 1972 and the second module and connecting corridor opened in 1974.  Under Les’ direction, the Museum of the Rockies became a more professional museum with proper registration of collections, paid staff, and new exhibits, such as the popular 1930’s house which still stands in the Museum of the Rockies history hall.  Les resigned in 1978.Les... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Jason James Olinger - The Coloradoan

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Berthoud High School in 1989. At Berthoud High School, he played guard on the basketball team, ran with the cross-country track team, and played soccer. He left home to attend college at Ft. Lewis in Durango, Colo., for two years and then to Fort Collins to become a CSU Ram. His college days were followed by a successful sales career. Since 2004, he had worked for Pedersen Toyota of Fort Collins, earning many top sales awards along the way and establishing great relationships with clients, co-workers, and friends. On Sept. 6, 2007, in Capri, Italy, Jason married Kathryn Crabtree. They made their home in Timnath. They loved to travel together and with friends to Mexico, Breckenridge, and this fall to Australia. Some of the fondest memories come from spending time together with friends, enjoying the laughter and camaraderie. Over the last several months, Jason and his grandson, Samson, created a beautiful bond between them, one that will forever be held closely in the hearts of those who witnessed it. Jaso...

Obituary for CANNON

Fri, Sep 30, 2011
Search Results CANNON -- ANNA LILLIAN Born in Dighton, MA and passed away in Durango CO on September 27, 2011 at age 74. She is survived by her husband Jack E. Cannon; three daughters Debra Forbes and husband Dennis, Linda Cannon and Ronny Manus, Theresa Hackett and husband Michael II; six grandchildren, Jeff, Ryan, Kyle, Shauna, Melissa, Michael III; four great-grandchildren, Jayton, Lukas, Carly and Jace. Anna and Jack raised their children in Albuquerque, NM and once Ja... (Albuquerque Journal)




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