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Love Funeral Home and Monuments
225 F Avenue
Limon , CO 80828
(719) 775-2333
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RC Owens dies at 77; 49ers 'alley oop' receiver - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The term "alley oop" is now used more frequently in basketball, typically referring to a set-up for a dunk in which a player lobs the ball to a teammate near the rim. Raleigh Climon Owens was born Nov. 12, 1934, in Shreveport, La. His parents moved to Santa Monica two years later. He attended College of Idaho on a football and basketball scholarship, and while there talked his roommate, future Lakers great Elgin Baylor, out of playing football. Even though he was selected in the 14th round of the 1956 NFL draft, Owens made an immediate splash. He was the 49ers' rookie of the year, with 27 catches for 395 yards and five touchdowns — big numbers in an era of running the football. Owens played eight seasons in the NFL, his first five with the 49ers (1957-61), followed by two with the Baltimore Colts (1962-63) and one with the New York Giants (1964). He was the first NFL receiver to wear gloves, a holdover from those bitter-cold games in Idaho. Owens had an effect on the game that extended beyond the field. Unhappy with a contract that paid him $10,500 for the 1960 season, he played out his option year in 1961 instead of signing a new deal with the 49ers. He then became a free agent, and the first to play out his option year then sign with another team, the Colts. So jarring was that move that 49ers owner Vic Morabito never again spoke to Colts owner Carroll Rosenbloom. A year later, NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle devised the "Rozelle Rule," which required the signing team (in Owens' case, the Colts) to compensate the player's original team for the loss — usually in the form of money or draft picks. No stranger to heartache, Owens was involved in a tragic car accident in June 1963 as he was driving to Colts training camp in Colorado. A tornado swept his car off the road, and his 3-year-old daughter, Pam, was killed. His 1-month-old son, Darren, sustained a fractured skull, which the family believed led to his death at age 7. After his playing career, Owens worked in public relations for J.C. Penney Co. and later in a California office for the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. He returned to sports to work in marketing for the Oakland Stompers soccer team. In 1979, Bill Walsh hired him to organize 49ers training camp, and Owens was reunited with the franchise that gave him his start. Dur...

Kudos to Alabama coach Anthony Grant - ESPN

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
I will miss West Virginia in the Big East. I could be alone in this. Certainly the Mountaineers, with their protracted divorce and costly alimony, don't leave singing the good praises of their former league. And I will admit in my previous life as a Villanova beat writer, trips to Morgantown were not always high on my wish list. It could be because I was still scarred from a trip I took as an undergrad. Before the game, fans burned Penn State flags at tailgates and when WVU beat Penn State for the first time in ages they set off smoke bombs in the stands. I vividly remember standing in the tunnel and watching the Nittany Lion running full steam ahead with the team trailing behind him. But I digress. West Virginia basketball was a good addition to the league. It gave us Kevin Pittsnogle, and it gave us Bob Huggins' sweatsuits. The league will continue as it did before WVU joined, but this is just the first of three crummy goodbyes. 4. UConn doesn't need Jim Calhoun; it needs Dr. Phil. The Huskies are dysfunction in motion, a team that is unraveling its way to the bubble, with six losses in their past eight games. Calhoun is still out, tending to the spinal stenosis in his lower back, but not even the Hall of Fame coach can cure what ails this club because the problem isn't on the court. It's in their heads. The latest evidence came after UConn lost badly to Syracuse. Tyler Olander took to Twitter to vent his frustrations at fair-weather fans: "Through this losing stretch weve had all Ive come to learn is #huskynation is smaller then i thought #fakeassfans." Now does Olander have a point? Well sure. The same fans who were quick to laud UConn at the beginning of the season are only too quick to hop off the bandwagon and throw the Huskies under it. But Olander also should have more pressing things to worry about than what fans are saying on message boards: namely, what in the world is wrong with his team? 5. Good eats in CoMo Thanks to everyone who offered tips on where to go during my visit to Columbia, Mo., over the weekend. I did as directed, stopping at Shakespeare's for pizza and Harpo's for a beverage and can report that, as one who prefers bars where your sneakers stick to the floor over clubs, both were a big hit. I will admit, however, to being something of a Northeast Italian pizza snob and while the pie at Shakespeare's was good, I still prefer what I can get at Trenton's DeLorenzo. Also a big thanks to my colleague, Michael Kim, who pointed me to Bleu for something a little more upscale. The postgame meal there was a perfect finish to a good weekend. Five things I think I know [+] Enlarge Eric Francis/Getty Images Doug McDermott and Creighton host Long Beach State in a critical BracketBusters game on Saturday. 1. The best BracketBusters game might not be the one everyone is talking about. While all eyes are on Murray, Ky., this weekend when the Racers host Saint Mary's, perhaps the most critical buster game will be played in Omaha. That's where Creighton hosts Long Beach State. The Bluejays got a much-need...

Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Johnson - NewsOK.com

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Matron of Honor was Rachel Garrett. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Toedte, Sara Rowe, Alycia Ahrens, and Kirsten Kluepfel. Best man was Brian Huckabay. Groomsmen were Jack Amyx, Patrick Limon, Jor dan Rouseau and Andrew Ramirez. The Reader was Barry Kellerman, and Program Assistant was Melinda Miller. The Ushers were Andrew Iben dahl and Dr. Brad Johnson, brothers of bride and groom. After a honeymoon trip to England and Ireland in October, the bride and groom will reside in Houston, TX. Related Topics: Culture and Lifestyle, Weddings a href="http://1267696.r.msn.com/?ld=4vr53Eol4_jBXBssKl-Mr0ad6jH9Bb_WeKdNqppOPfO0Kk-BF0WsxbS1Gr5za7uTfJS...

Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Johnson - NewsOK.com

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Matron of Honor was Rachel Garrett. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Toedte, Sara Rowe, Alycia Ahrens, and Kirsten Kluepfel. Best man was Brian Huckabay. Groomsmen were Jack Amyx, Patrick Limon, Jor dan Rouseau and Andrew Ramirez. The Reader was Barry Kellerman, and Program Assistant was Melinda Miller. The Ushers were Andrew Iben dahl and Dr. Brad Johnson, brothers of bride and groom. After a honeymoon trip to England and Ireland in October, the bride and groom will reside in Houston, TX. Related Topics: Culture and Lifestyle, Weddings a href="http://1267696.r.msn.com/?ld=4vxUjV8mquRdvhMNBxggoM40PMPjGBdJCiKqRuvk2Z-GCRB6Ip_wqxckBKj5fiuNxgr...

Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Johnson - NewsOK.com

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Matron of Honor was Rachel Garrett. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Toedte, Sara Rowe, Alycia Ahrens, and Kirsten Kluepfel. Best man was Brian Huckabay. Groomsmen were Jack Amyx, Patrick Limon, Jor dan Rouseau and Andrew Ramirez. The Reader was Barry Kellerman, and Program Assistant was Melinda Miller. The Ushers were Andrew Iben dahl and Dr. Brad Johnson, brothers of bride and groom. After a honeymoon trip to England and Ireland in October, the bride and groom will reside in Houston, TX. Related Topics: Culture and Lifestyle, Weddings a href="http://1267696.r.msn.com/?ld=4vxUjV8mquRdvhMNBxggoM40PMPjGBdJCiKqRuvk2Z-GCRB6Ip_wqxckBKj5fiuNxgr...

Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Johnson - NewsOK.com

Tue, Sep 27, 2011
Matron of Honor was Rachel Garrett. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Toedte, Sara Rowe, Alycia Ahrens, and Kirsten Kluepfel. Best man was Brian Huckabay. Groomsmen were Jack Amyx, Patrick Limon, Jor dan Rouseau and Andrew Ramirez. The Reader was Barry Kellerman, and Program Assistant was Melinda Miller. The Ushers were Andrew Iben dahl and Dr. Brad Johnson, brothers of bride and groom. After a honeymoon trip to England and Ireland in October, the bride and groom will reside in Houston, TX. Related Topics: Culture and Lifestyle, Weddings a href="http://1267696.r.msn.com/?ld=4vxUjV8mquRdvhMNBxggoM40PMPjGBdJCiKqRuvk2Z-GCRB6Ip_wqxckBKj5fiuNxgr...

Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Johnson - NewsOK.com

Tue, Sep 27, 2011
Matron of Honor was Rachel Garrett. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Toedte, Sara Rowe, Alycia Ahrens, and Kirsten Kluepfel. Best man was Brian Huckabay. Groomsmen were Jack Amyx, Patrick Limon, Jor dan Rouseau and Andrew Ramirez. The Reader was Barry Kellerman, and Program Assistant was Melinda Miller. The Ushers were Andrew Iben dahl and Dr. Brad Johnson, brothers of bride and groom. After a honeymoon trip to England and Ireland in October, the bride and groom will reside in Houston, TX. Related Topics: Culture and Lifestyle, Weddings a href="http://1267696.r.msn.com/?ld=4vxUjV8mquRdvhMNBxggoM40PMPjGBdJCiKqRuvk2Z-GCRB6Ip_wqxckBKj5fiuNxgr...




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