Eva C. Darmopray | PostIndependent.com

Eva C. Darmopray

Eva C. Darmopray died Saturday, Jan. 25, 2003, in Pagosa Springs. She was 77.

She was born to Gertrude and Artur Fehlberg on Sept. 11, 1925, in Berlin, Germany. After completing business college in Berlin, she married Master Sgt. Peter Darmopray on Sept. 20, 1948. They settled in Aurora, where they raised their family.

In 1970, they moved to Glenwood Springs, where they spent many happy years. Upon the death of Peter, Eva moved to Pagosa Springs. She was an avid quilter and very active with the Pagosa Senior Center.

Survivors include her daughters and their families, Chrissy and Nick Karas of Pagosa Springs, Shere and Steve Dayney of Denver and Suzy and Warren Wright of New Castle; four grandchildren, Aristotle and Avery Karas, and Emelina and Piet Dayney; two great-grandchildren, Sierra and Alexandria Karas; brother Karlheintz Fehlberg and his wife Inge of Aurora and two nephews, Ralph Fehlberg of Seattle and Kevin Fehlberg of Denver.

Preceding her in death were her husband Peter, granddaughter Isabelle Dayney and niece Kendra Fehlberg.

As a celebration of her life her family will receive guests from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, at her home, 160 Pinon Causeway #3040, in Pagosa Springs. Burial will be in Fort Logan Cemetery near Denver.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in her memory to the Colorado SIDS program, 6825 E. Tennessee Ave., Denver, CO 80224.

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