James Anthony Maes

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  1. Patrick Maes

    Jimmy,
    May you rest in peace. May God embrace you along with mom, dad and our brother Lee.
    I will miss talking to you about food and how to cook our favorite meals.
    Your brother,
    Patrick

  2. Juanita Martinez

    My most sincere condolences to all of Jimmy’s family. We attended school together here in Brighton, and he was known as Jimmy to us since first grade. I remember our music teacher trying to make him sing louder, and that simply was not going to happen! I’m sure he’ll be missed by many. Again, I am so sorry.
    Juanita M.

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Life Stories

James Anthony Maes

In Loving Memory

Born:
September 1, 1948 :: Denver, Colorado

Passed Away:
June 17, 2015 :: Englewood, Colorado

Memorial Service
Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 10:00 am
Fort Logan National Cemetery
3698 S Sheridan Blvd.
Denver, CO 80235
 
September 1,1948–June 17, 2015
A graduate of Brighton High School, Jim played and enjoyed
sport’s for the Bulldogs.  After graduation Jim enlisted in the army and served in Vietnam.  
After military service he earned a degree in Accounting from Metro State College.
He loved cooking and good food, cherished his grandchildern
and cared for his parents with all his heart.
Jim is survived by is son Michael, a grandson and grandaughter.  
Also survivng is his former wife Norma; his brothers Donald, Patrick; sisters; Arlene, 
Marlene, and Debra; along with numerous nieces, nephews, aunt’s and uncles.
Proceeding him in death is his father Joe A. Maes, his mother Lucille C. Maes, and
brother Lee Maes.  God Bless.
Memorial services are on July 9th, 2015 10:00 AM at Ft. Logan cemetery.

3 Online Guestbook Entries

  1. Patrick Maes

    Jimmy,
    May you rest in peace. May God embrace you along with mom, dad and our brother Lee.
    I will miss talking to you about food and how to cook our favorite meals.
    Your brother,
    Patrick

  2. Juanita Martinez

    My most sincere condolences to all of Jimmy’s family. We attended school together here in Brighton, and he was known as Jimmy to us since first grade. I remember our music teacher trying to make him sing louder, and that simply was not going to happen! I’m sure he’ll be missed by many. Again, I am so sorry.
    Juanita M.

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