Obituaries

Donald Lindemann

His passion for public policy and his strong belief in giving back to his local community drove his involvement in St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and Foundation, the Aurora Gators Swim Team, the Aurora Historical Society and Museum Foundation Board, Homestead City, AAUW, and the Lowry Redevelopment Authority – activities he continued until his death

Johanningmeier was part of former CU coach Rick Neuheisel’s first recruiting class in Boulder and played tackle, guard, center and tight end for the Buffaloes from 1996-99. Neuheisel said in a release that Johanningmeier was “one of those players who never gave it anything less than his best effort, in practice, in games and off the field.”

This 1985 photo shows News & Observer editor Claude Sitton, in Raleigh, N.C. Sitton, who was a leader among reporters covering the civil rights movement in the South in the 1950s and '60s and later won a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary, died Tuesday, March 10, 2015. He was 89. (AP Photo/The News & Observer)

“What made him the gold standard was that he went where other reporters didn’t go, and once he got there they followed,” said Klibanoff, former managing editor of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2012 file photo, filmmaker Albert Maysles attends the premiere of the HBO documentary "Ethel" in New York. Maysles, known for his works of “cinema verite” in the 1960s and ‘70s, including the Rolling Stones documentary “Gimme Shelter” and “Salesman,” about a traveling Bible salesman, died Thursday, March 5, 2015 in New York. He was 88. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

“We lost a true titan today, one who pioneered an art form and fostered a whole generation of artists,” said Eamonn Bowles, president of Magnolia Pictures, which is releasing “Iris.” ”His impact is immeasurable and we won’t soon see his likes again.”

Ed Modzelewski was an All-American his senior year at Maryland and was named MVP of the Sugar Bowl when he ran for 153 yards as the Terrapins dominated top-ranked and previously undefeated Tennessee 28-13 on Jan. 1, 1952.

FILE - This is a  Oct. 20, 1982  file photo of former Ulster Unionist Party leader Jim Molyneaux. Molyneaux, a quiet but canny politician who led the Ulster Unionist Party through some of Northern Ireland’s bloodiest years and the early period of peacemaking, has died at the age of 94. Party colleagues and the Northern Ireland government confirmed his death Monday Match 9, 2015 but did not specify a cause.  (AP Photo/PA, File) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE

Catholic and Protestant politicians alike paid tribute to a man who, though deeply skeptical of a peace process that eventually ended his political career, kept his party open to compromise and kept the harder-line policies of Democratic Unionist rival Ian Paisley at bay.

In a Jan. 11, 1999 photo, Salt Lake City Mayor Deedee Corradini announces she will not run for reelection during a press conference in Salt Lake City. Corradini, the only female mayor in the history of Salt Lake City who helped bring the Winter Olympics to Utah, died Sunday, March 1, 2015, at her home in Park City from the effects of lung cancer, according to a Women's Ski Jumping USA news release. She was 70. (AP Photo/The Salt Lake Tribune, File)

“Deedee had so much grit and energy. She was a great role model for women as a leader,” former Salt Lake City Mayor Ted Wilson told The Salt Lake Tribune. (http://bit.ly/1M1PEom) “She always said I can do the job as well as any man, even better.”

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