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Donna May Templer

June 14th, 1946 - June 24th, 2012

Donna May Templer, 66 of Commerce City, passed away June 24, 2012. She was born on June 14, 1946 to Flem R. and Margaret Turney. Donna is survived by: Daughters, Roberta Turney, Amy Williamson, Linda Rockman and Stacy Templer; Sons, Lyle Templer and Michael Templer; Husband, Lee Allan Templer; Grandchildren, Samantha Turney, Michael Thompson, Christopher Turney, Cheyanne Templer and Nicole Templer. Brothers, Rick Turney and William Turney; Sisters, Alice Madsen and Wilma Rodgers; Also survived by Great Grandchildren, Hailey, Destiney, Savannah and Xander; Nieces, DeAnn, Jessica, Bobbi Jo, Billi Jo, Jackie, Christy, Lisa, Mickey, Ashley and Britaney; 1 Nephew, Justin and Great Nephews, Elijah, Donnavan and Logan. Birth: Jun 14, 1946, Denver, Colorado Death: Jun 24, 2012, Thornton, Colorado

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Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Established in 1984, Aspen Mortuaries was founded with a singular purpose — to offer Lakewood families personalized end-of-life care. Our comprehensive services include a selection of caskets, urns, and memorial items designed to honor your loved one with dignity and respect. Whether you're considering cremation or a traditional burial, our team of experts help you plan a truly unique and meaningful memorial. A full-service funeral home, Aspen works with local cemeteries and has specialized services to veterans and their families, such as burial or interment at a national veterans cemetery.

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jessica rodgers

It's been almost 6 years and we still miss you. We love you so much. You was an amazing woman never scared to tell it like it is. I'd like to think you're with me looking down on me. I love you and miss you. Till we meet again !

Published March 7th, 2024

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