Keith Geoffrey Johnson, 40, of Loveland passed away on January 12. Keith was born on November 27, 1974, to William Johnson and Lucy Antonelli in Denver. He worked as an electrician at Colorado State University for nearly four years. Keith was an avid Husker and Bronco fan. He liked golfing, fishing, hiking, and biking. He was a great outdoorsman. He also loved watching his daughter play softball and basketball. Keith was an awesome father, son, brother, uncle, nephew and loyal friend. Keith is survived by his mom, Lucy Antonelli; daughter Grace Noelle Johnson and her mother, Kelli Adams; sister Kelli Johnson and her husband, Dr. Joel Johnson; Uncle Chuck and Aunt Rosemary Newton; nephews Jared, Andrew, Grant and Matthew; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and lifelong friends. He is preceded in death by his father, William Johnson, and grandmother, Mary Antonelli. A celebration of life will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, January 19, at Resurrection Fellowship Church in Loveland. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Kelli Johnson in care of Allnutt Funeral Service for a memorial fund for Grace, or to Camp Kesem, a nonprofit camp for children of parents who have cancer or have died of cancer. Grace attended this camp. View the online obituary, send condolences and sign the family guest book.
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Nancy A. Oyster was born March 13, 1936, in Wausau, Wisconsin, attended elementary and secondary school in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She received an AB degree from Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin, and an MS from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and subsequently a PhD. from Oregon State University. Her teaching career included a number of academic institutions: Ohio State University, University of Colorado, and Colorado State University in Ft. Collins. She was an avid skier, badminton player and swimming coach for many years and an extremely talented wood carver. She was preceded in death by her parents and longtime friend Jean Arrasmith. She is survived by her brother, Tom, of Markesan, Wisconsin. No funeral services or memorials are planned. Burial will be in rural Northern Minnesota.
Drive Electric Northern Colorado, CSU Parking and Transportation Services, and local dealerships are offering an innovative chance for CSU staff and faculty to get behind the wheel of plug-in electric vehicles to learn about the cost savings, environmental benefits, and national security benefits of driving electric. the event, from 11 a.m.-2p.m., Wednesday, January 14, will be on University Avenue in front of the Plant Sciences building. Drive Electric Northern Colorado, a partnership of Colorado State University and the cities of Fort Collins and Loveland, is a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at achieving widespread adoption of plug-in electric vehicles in the Northern Colorado region. The chance to test drive an electric vehicle through the partnership's Ride-and-Drive program is free to all CSU faculty and staff. The Ride-and-Drive event combines the opportunity for CSU faculty and staff to learn about how plug in electric vehicles s are cleaner, greener, cheaper, and fun to drive while putting them behind the wheel of today’s latest vehicle technology. “CSU strongly supports our campus community driving electric vehicles and we’ve installed 10 charging points on campus to date. As one of the country’s leading green universities, we care about doing our part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support innovative technology in electriv vehicles,” said Amy Parsons, vice president for Operations, after test driving a Chevy Volt. Up to eight electric vehicle models will be available to test drive, and may include the Chevy Volt, Nissan LEAF, BMW i3, Mitsubishi iMiEV, Ford Fusion Energi, Ford C-Max Electric, and the Tesla Model S. At this event, current electric vehilcle owners will ride with each driver to explain the vehicle and about their experience owning an electric vehicle. Drive Electric staff will be present at the event to help attendees learn about federal and state tax credits (up to $13,500) available for purchasing or leasing an electric vehile, and how using electricity instead of gasoline can save consumers thousands of dollars in yearly operating costs. CSU now has 10 charging stations throughout campus where, as a faculty or staff member, you can charge daily for free.