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Handout, Letter`/ ~•~ ~ ~ ~~~~ ~ ~'~~c~.~l~ ~~ ~ ~ , ~~-~ ~0 ~a ~ ~OD3 ~~~~~~ 3~~~ ~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~j~ RECENE]~ ~ MAR 2 71003 ~b -f.~~~~ ~ ~c~2.a.~i.o-n.. ~r~ ; ` Jf ~„ ,,~ , m~ N a p o ~~~ ~~l!/e. J ~.J'~ tl'h~ ci-E cl_ ,~- .w ou.Q~ -Q'L.~., ~" v~ \~f]~ l~P '1~ ~ (/~~.ci~.~N- ~d ~ `~",~.`~' ~, ~i~,/e~ o-~" ~~-~- ` `-~'~'~"` ' U ` ' , ~G~-t-e-~ J ~~ ~ ~ . ri~v~~ [-3 Oti C~ ~ ~ . ~ ~ ' ~ 0--/ ~a r"z S ~ ~w-~-~- ~~..l,~z.q ~ , ~ ~~ .~~ ~~, ~e Y~l~C,~ o~n~ ~ ~~~' V ~~~-~ ~ ~.~.°~ ~~-l~,~,,„~, ~. `~-~: J ~c.~" --C,~ S J~" -' " ` CJ ~ ~ a-P c~~`" ~-r~ C.~~a~ i~5 c~. ~~cU ~-~ ~ ~ , . ~ ~ ~ ~ ,~ ~.a~~"~ ~ ~ ~~~~, ~, ~w~. `7~e-~~-, c~,.g- ~. ~ ~~ ~ ~ -~- " ',,•n ,a ac~.~ ~~-~' '~ lQ'S ~ .L+~~ ~ ~7~1~-~.~ /`~"`''"`~ ~ C~~~~ ~~ ~ ~~- ~~~ ~ ~~- ~~ '~- ~ , ~,fi,a~.~.vti. ~-~-~ ~ ce.~ C.~h~~ ~ ~-~''~ ~ -~tA. --~%u,~~ tat > ~ ~ -- ~~ 5 ~•~.~ ~- ~-e- ~ a't,'~ ~-t.v~~ ~'~~ ~'°h'`t~ ~ ~ -~..~.~ ~--~ C~-~ , 2, , ~ ~- Csa~ `~c~ ~.~Z-- ~a-~~ co-~s~~ -~-~ s ..,, ~ ~~ J ~;~~ ~. `~-~/ ~ °y"~.d.~'ti' ~ '~t ~ ~ i~ - / ~v ~e~ ~.c~t2ta~~o-~-t, ~~~~a.nl~ jr°~ /~ ' V ~~ ,-~~~..~~,.-~,~~ ~~~ ~„6~` ~, ~ , ~ 73~ b `~~~ ~-~- ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~3a3~ s2 ~-z8~z ~~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ o s ah~~ °~°~ , cb ~ . ., ~ 199~ Harold W. Copeland ylee Fntschlekof Mesa, Anz.. 11 g~dchildren, ~,a Six ~c- I?arold W Copeland of 3120 grandchIldren. ' llth St , Boulder, died Thursday, Visttatron will be heid Sunday ' March 12, at Boulder Communi- from 1 p m. to 5 p.m at Howe ty Hosp~tal. He was 81. Mortuary, 2121 21th Sk, Boulder. Se wea oo~~~ on Sept :3, :920, Secvices will 6e held at 2 p.m. °"' m Hays, Kan., the son of Albert Monday at the• F3rst Umted ~~~ Method~st Church of Boulder. Copeland and w~th the Rev. Paul 8ood offic~at- Lou Feitz ~g• Copeland He BNnal w~ll be m Green Moun- mamed Jan- tam Cemetery ice Ostho@' on Memonal contnbutions may Nov 26, 193I, be made to the Boulder Evenin~8 m Boulder Optim~st Club Youth tund. ~ri."' ~ R~" ~ He moved to Boulder firom Hays m 1928. Mr Copeland was a flonst and awned Sturtz and Copeland E'lo- nsts and Greenhouses He earned hts bacheloc's de- g[ee from Fort Hays Stace Um- vers~ty m 1930, and his masYe['s degree from the Univers~ty of Colorado m 1936 He was a Boulder City Coun- cilman from 1950 to 1956 and helped m the creation of Scott Cazpentar Park He was also the Boutder County chief land appraiser from 19B3 to 1971, when he ~aned the Jim Reich Realty firm He was a chartei' member of the F'ust Umted MethaLst Chw~c6 and served on iFs board aa~.sapg. ~4~lts S,1-oix=1~ ~$~ tFie-6rst Boulder Oppm~s! Cluh in 1948 and served as its presi- dent He aLso was the govemor of the Optumst Ciub's Co~orado and Wyortung cLstnct and served as nat~onal director He was also a member of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce, the Boulder Masomc Lodge No 14, the I.O O.F Odd Fellows of Boulder No. 9, and the Kansas Club He was honored with a Da~[y Camera 1~Ior.day Mortung Rose aztrcle on Feb. 25, 1991 He en~oyed athlehcs, played softhall, Wced fly fishmg and coached the YMCA basketball team and the .Iuruor Optimist baseball team. He was a teacher and pnna- pal at Holyrood High School and supenntendent of schools m Ho- -yroud, Kan., from 1931 to 1942, and aiso coached the school's football, basketball and baseball teams. Wiule m college, he was run- ner-up for the 1930 Olymp~c tn- als m wrestlmg. In 1988, he was mducted to the FoR Hays State Umverstty Sports Hall of Fame Surnvocs include lus wife of Boulder, two sons, Dr. Ronald H Copeland of Corvall~s, Ore, and James D CopeJand of Boulder, !wo dau~ ters, Joanne Sarhaugh of Boulder and !yIanlyn I{{~tka of Aushn, Texas, three stsce:s, Gladys Sturtx and Goldene .. _ _ ~_.~ _c o....u..~ ..~.~ eR..~