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Charles Raymond LoPresto
Birth: Jul. 30, 1918
Walsenburg
Huerfano County
Colorado, USA
Death: Jul. 4, 1991
Loveland
Larimer County
Colorado, USA

First child of Frank and Marie (Medsker) LoPresto. Beloved husband of Eleanor Jane Guy, wonderful and caring father and grandfather. He lived a life full of love and generosity for all of gods creatures. Fearless, strong, funny, and sensitive, he touched all who were fortunate enough to know him.

He loved to fish, especially at his favorite fishing hole - Taylor River in Gunnison Colorado- and shared this with his children and grandchildren, making us all laugh with his "stink-bait" aimed to catch the biggest catfish in the pond.

WWII veteran, US Navy, served on the USS Comfort and was aboard ship when it was struck by a Japanese Kamikaze pilot.  
 
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 Parents:
  Francesco LoPresto (1893 - 1962)
  Marie M. Medsker LoPresto (1900 - 1998)
 
 Spouse:
  Eleanor Jane Guy LoPresto (1923 - 1993)
 
 Siblings:
  Charles Raymond LoPresto (1918 - 1991)
  Edith Marie Medved (1919 - 2013)*
  Edith Marie LoPresto Medved (1919 - 2013)*
  Henry C. Lopresto (1921 - 1968)*
  Frank LoPresto (1925 - 1948)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
Specifically: Taylor River, Gunnison, Colorado
 
Created by: c.depetro
Record added: Aug 27, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9373956
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