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Rocky Mountain News (CO) - January 17, 2002
Deceased Name: DAVID MICHAEL SMARR
DAVID MICHAEL SMARR, 52, of Castle Rock died Jan. 10. Services were Jan. 15, with burial at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Mr. Smarr was born in St. Louis on April 26, 1949. He married Cheryl Koyen, 2001. He worked for Ford Motor Co. dealerships, was service manager at Medved Ford and worked for Horsemen's Headquarters. He was the director of entertainment for the Douglas County Fair Board. Survivors include his wife; son Michael of Aurora; stepson Michael McClure of Castle Rock; mother Janet of Aurora; two grandchildren.

Rocky Mountain News (CO)
Date: January 17, 2002
Edition: Final
Page: 14B
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Denver Post, The (CO) - February 11, 2002
Deceased Name: David Michael Smarr -- Entertainment director, 52
David Michael Smarr, 52, of Castle Rock, an entertainment director, died Jan. 10. Services were Jan. 15 at Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Funeral Home. Interment was in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

He was born April 25, 1949, in St. Louis. On June 1, he married Cheryl J. Koyen in Loveland. He worked at the Horsemen's Headquarters in Castle Rock and was an entertainment director for the Douglas County Fair board. His interests included camping, hiking, Western and American history, playing the guitar and country music.

He is survived by his wife; a son, Michael, Aurora; a stepson, Michael McClure, Castle Rock; his mother, Janet, Aurora; and two grandchildren. Contributions may be made to the David Smarr Memorial Fund, c/o Castle Rock Bank, 501 Wilcox St., Castle Rock, CO 80104.

Denver Post, The (CO)
Date: February 11, 2002
Edition: MON
Page: B-07
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Rocky Mountain News (CO) - July 2, 1996
Deceased Name: JANET MARY SMARR-REID
JANET MARY SMARR-REID, 48, of Aurora died June 22. Graveside services were June 27 at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Ms. Smarr-Reid was born in Bellville, Ill., on Nov. 24, 1947. She was a registered nurse at Rocky Mountain Osteopathic Hospital and Weld County Hospital. She served in the Army as a nurse during the Vietnam War, and had the rank of first lieutenant. She was a member of the Multiple Sclerosis Support unit at the VA Hospital. Survivors include daughters Vanessa Reid and Sarah Reid-Schultz, both of Aurora; parents Wyatt and Janet Smarr of Aurora; brother David Smarr of Castle Rock.

Rocky Mountain News (CO)
Date: July 2, 1996
Edition: Final
Page: 18B
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Denver Post, The (CO) - July 3, 1996
Deceased Name: Janet Mary Smarr-Reid -- Registered nurse, 48
Janet Mary Smarr-Reid of Aurora, a registered nurse, died June 22. She was 48.

A graveside service was Thursday at Fort Logan National Cemetery.

She was born Nov. 24, 1947, in Scott Field Air Force Base in Belleville, Ill.

Reid graduated from Aurora Central High School and the St. Joseph School of Nursing.

She served as a nurse and Army first lieutenant with the 3rd Surgical Hospital during the Vietnam War.

She was a registered nurse at the Rocky Mountain Osteopathic Hospital and Weld County Hospital in Greeley.

She was a member of the multiple sclerosis support group at Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

She is survived by two daughters, Vanessa M. Reid and Sarah A. Reid-Schultz, both of Aurora; her parents, Wyatt C. and Janet G. Smarr, Aurora; and her brother, David M. Smarr, Castle Rock.

Denver Post, The (CO)
Date: July 3, 1996
Edition: Rockies
Page: B-05
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Denver Post, The (CO) - July 4, 1996
Deceased Name: Janet Mary Smarr-Reid -- Registered nurse, 48
Janet Mary Smarr-Reid of Aurora, a registered nurse, died June 22. She was 48.

A graveside service was June 27 at Fort Logan National Cemetery.

She was born Nov. 24, 1947, on Scott Field Air Force Base in Belleville, Ill.

Reid graduated from Aurora Central High School and the St. Joseph School of Nursing.

She served as a nurse and Army first lieutenant with the 3rd Surgical Hospital during the Vietnam War.

She was a registered nurse at the Rocky Mountain Osteopathic Hospital and Weld County Hospital in Greeley.

She was a member of the multiple sclerosis support group at Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

She is survived by two daughters, Vanessa M. Reid and Sarah A. Reid-Schultz, both of Aurora; her parents, Wyatt C. and Janet G. Smarr, Aurora; and her brother, David M. Smarr, Castle Rock.

Denver Post, The (CO)
Date: July 4, 1996
Edition: Rockies
Page: B-06