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Littleton, CO  Funeral Homes

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Drinkwine Family Mortuary
999 West Littleton Boulevard
Littleton , CO 80120
(303) 794-6376
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Ellis Family Services
2170 Creekside Point
Littleton , CO 80129
(720) 344-8565
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Littleton Cemetery Association
6155 South Prince Street
Littleton , CO 80120
(303) 794-0373
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Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary and Cemetery
6601 South Colorado Boulevard
Littleton , CO 80121
(303) 771-3960
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Olingers Mortuary and Cemeteries
12338 West Dorado Place
Littleton , CO 80127
(303) 933-8670
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Carl Jacob Steigerwald

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Italy last June, he was blessed by Pope Benedict XVI. Carl was also a member of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors include his wife, Marzena; parents, Dr. Jacob and Marie Steigerwald of Littleton, Colo.; brother, Rick (Dane), with nephews Nicholas and Matthew Steigerwald of Lakewood, Colo.; mother-in-law, Irena Slusarska of Belvidere . Carl was blessed with a special relationship with Uncle Tony and Aunt Martha Steigerwald, and his cousins Kristine and Lisa of Wisconsin. He will also be greatly missed by his aunts, uncles and cousins across the United States; three brothers-in-law, Adam (Lucyna), Bogdan (Bozena) and Jurek (Aneta) Slusarki; as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins in Europe. He was always close to his co-workers and friends. Carl was predeceased by his sister, Ellen Steigerwald, and grandparents. Visitations at Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 1860 S. Mulford Road, Rockford, IL, 61108, will be held Friday, Feb. 10, from 4 until 8 p.m., with rosary at 8 p.m. Additional visitation will take place from 10 until 10:45 a.m. before the funeral Mass, officiated by Father Peter Sarnicki, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, in St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, 201 Buckbee St., Rockford, IL 61104. A private family burial will take place in Winona. A memorial fund in Carl’s name is being established in lieu of flowers. (Winona Daily News)

Newfound half brothers revel in joy of discovering one another - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
He is retired from a career in security at department stores and Mount Mary College. He is single and lives in Wauwatosa. The phone call this past spring was from Wayne Brown of Littleton, Colo. Bob answered him that, yes, Robert Raymond Brown was his father. "He started bawling right over the phone. He had to hand it over to this wife," Bob said. "I'm like, what? I'm totally stunned." This newfound connection to their father has been an emotional ride for Wayne and his brother, Dennis Brown, who lives in Winona, Minn. Their mother, Lorraine, married Robert Raymond Brown in 1944, and Wayne was born that same year. Dennis came along in 1946. They lived in Houston, Minn. Robert, said to be a charmer, worked in factories and in construction. When the boys were small, Robert came to Milwaukee to work. He kept saying he would bring Lorraine and the boys here, but never did. Lorraine, now 87 and living in Winona, said she later learned he had fallen for another woman, though she doesn't think it was Valeria. Robert and Lorraine divorced in 1949. Before the divorce, Robert made a few trips back to Minnesota to see the boys, but they were so young at the time that they have no memories of him, except for photographs they've seen. Lorraine married again in 1950 and had four more children. When Robert died of a heart abnormality at age 31, his first family didn't hear the news. They found out several years later when someone from a Social Security office contacted them. Wayne calls himself a wounded kid and said he turned to spirituality for healing in adulthood. He is a carpenter but now is mostly retired. Dennis, who battles chronic health problems, said he never stopped wondering about the father who left. "There are times I lay in bed and...

Newfound half brothers revel in joy of discovering one another - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
He is retired from a career in security at department stores and Mount Mary College. He is single and lives in Wauwatosa. The phone call this past spring was from Wayne Brown of Littleton, Colo. Bob answered him that, yes, Robert Raymond Brown was his father. "He started bawling right over the phone. He had to hand it over to this wife," Bob said. "I'm like, what? I'm totally stunned." This newfound connection to their father has been an emotional ride for Wayne and his brother, Dennis Brown, who lives in Winona, Minn. Their mother, Lorraine, married Robert Raymond Brown in 1944, and Wayne was born that same year. Dennis came along in 1946. They lived in Houston, Minn. Robert, said to be a charmer, worked in factories and in construction. When the boys were small, Robert came to Milwaukee to work. He kept saying he would bring Lorraine and the boys here, but never did. Lorraine, now 87 and living in Winona, said she later learned he had fallen for another woman, though she doesn't think it was Valeria. Robert and Lorraine divorced in 1949. Before the divorce, Robert made a few trips back to Minnesota to see the boys, but they were so young at the time that they have no memories of him, except for photographs they've seen. Lorraine married again in 1950 and had four more children. When Robert died of a heart abnormality at age 31, his first family didn't hear the news. They found out several years later when someone from a Social Security office contacted them. Wayne calls himself a wounded kid and said he turned to spirituality for healing in adulthood. He is a carpenter but now is mostly retired. Dennis, who battles chronic health problems, said he never stopped wondering about the father who left. "There are times I lay in bed and...




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