Donald Lee ‘Don’ Nahler
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Donald Lee “Don” Nahler of Aurora passed away of natural causes at home with his family. He was 75.
He was born on April 9, 1934 in Denver to Frank and Mildred Nahler.
Don loved to hunt, fish, sports, and community activities. He was an all-around bullsh*$#er. He loved the Rifle area and all its beauty. He was loved by a large family and friend we will miss him dearly. He was an active member Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Past regional president.
He is survived by his wife, Judy of Denver; ex-wife, Darlene Nahler/Donovan of Hotchkiss; their nine children: sons: Ronald, David, Charles, Robert, Richard, Kevin; daughters, Sharon, Sherri, Sandy; 22 grandchildren; and 26 great grandchildren; two brothers, Neil, Frank Jr. of Denver, nieces and nephews.
Cards and letters can be sent to Sandy Nahler/Stanley P.O. Box 452 Bend OR, 97709 or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you all for being part of our lives and that of our father.
Memorial Services were held on March 9, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. at Fraternal Order of the Eagles. 1151 S. Galena St. Denver, CO 80247 Friends may visit the http://www.newcomers.com website.
Memorial gifts maybe mailed to Fraternal Order of the Eagles-Kidney 1151 S. Galena St., Denver, CO 80247 New Comers of Denver was entrusted with the arrangements.
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