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Norman Lee McVay

September 24th, 1934 - February 14th, 2012

Norman L. McVay, 77 died on February 14, 2012 at his home surrounded by his cherished family. He will be dearly missed. He was born in Greeley, CO remained in the Denver Metro area and settled in Arvada. Norm served in the Navy during the Korean War and received an Honorable Discharge. He then took up the occupation of a trucker and eventually owning his own business with his brothers called McVay Brothers Transfer. His motto was, "Get Your .... Together and We'll Haul It." Norman is survived by his loving wife, Linda; three children; Kevin McVay of Littleton, Kelli (Chris) Campbell of Commerce City, and Lisa (Herman) Vasquez of Windsor. Seven Grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his father, Donald, mother Thelma, 2 brothers Bryce and Darrel. Norman was a true outdoorsman. He enjoyed all of Mother Nature's gifts. In his later years he enjoyed trips to Black Hawk with his friends. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the American Cancer Society. Birth: Sep 24, 1934, Greeley, Colorado Death: Feb 14, 2012, Arvada, 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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