In honor of those who lived well with dementia

A place to remember our loved ones

Our honor wall offers us a way to cherish the lives and memories of those special people who showed us that it’s possible to live well with dementia.

If you would like to see your loved one honored on this page, fill out the form below.

You can make a donation in honor of or in memory of a loved one. Here’s how:

  • When filling out the donation form, click the “Dedicate This Gift” button
  • Choose either “In Honor Of” or “In Memory Of”
  • Enter the person’s name
  • If you want to notify someone about this gift, you can enter an email address
  • When done, click “Save” and continue filling out the donation form

Melody Kanten

1947 – 2021

Melody collected people. Her contagious smile and love of life and adventure will impact our world for generations to come.

Ralph Backstrom

1938 – 2021

Ralph Backstrom was the most honorable gentleman I’ve ever encountered in my professional life and he was single-handedly responsible for professional hockey in Northern Colorado. We all are forever indebted to this legacy of a gentleman.

Bob Stone

1944 – 2020

Bob Stone is forever loved and forever free. He was a man of honor, integrity, and courage. He had eyes that sparkled when he smiled.

Robert Sage

1940 – 2019

Sage was the best friend and listener. He would make you feel that you were the only person in the room and always give you his wise perspective on life.

Ernie Conter

1948 – 2019

Ernie loved life and he loved to teach people anything he knew.

Mary Lynn Callen

1944 – 2020

Mary Lynn handled her Alzheimer’s disease with much grace and dignity. Her smile brought beauty to every place she entered.

Chuck Kahl

1938 – 2021

A man of justice and sportsman extraordinaire, caring for the land and the animals and enjoying it all with family and friends.

Alan Peters

1935 – 2021

Everyone’s favorite polka partner will be greatly missed.

Rhonda Hageman

1954 – 2021

Rhonda was a loving mother and wife.  She dedicated her life to caring for others as a Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner.

August “Augie” Wiezik


Augie loved his family very much. True to Augie’s genuine character, he showed us his acceptance and respect of everyone who came into his day, even on the hard days. His integrity and kindness was a treasured gift to receive.

Michael Poorman


Mike was the kindest and most giving person to have in our lives.  He loved his family and the outdoors to the fullest.  He will be missed by many.

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