Services Friday for Kremmling resident |

Services Friday for Kremmling resident


Danny Jay Burr, 51, died on Monday at his home in Kremmling. Burr was born Dec. 9, 1955 in Jefferson, Iowa, the son of Harold J. “Bud” and Peggy (Steen) Burr. He graduated from Eagle Valley High School in 1974 and attended Blair Business College. Burr served honorably in the U.S. Army having attained the rank of sergeant. He married Yvonne R. Clobes on Dec. 18, 1982 in Fountain at St. Joe’s Catholic Church, and they raised two children together Erin and Cory. He was a heavy equipment mechanic for Colorado Department of Transportation.Burr was a lifetime member of the NRA; member of Blue Valley Sportman Club; a 4-H Leader in Grand County and Summit County shooting sports; a state instructor in 4-H shooting sports; chairman of Blue Valley Metropolitan District Board of Directors; a hunter-ed Instructor; a Friends of NRA committee member; member of Blue Valley Sportman Club Trap League; and a part-time activity bus driver for the West Grand School District.He is survived by his wife Yvonne; his daughter Erin Burr; his son Cory Burr; his mother Peggy Burr; and his sister Vicki L. Garcia. He was preceded in death by his father Harold J. “Bud” Burr.Memorial services in celebration of Burr’s life will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday at St. Peter’s Catholic Church with Father John Murphy and Pastor Allen Pulliam officiating. Inurnment will be at Kremmling Cemetery.Memorial contributions can be made in Burr’s memory to Blue Valley Sportman Club Youth Program, P.O. Box 2732, Silverthorne, CO 80498 or Grand County 4-H Shooting Sports P.O. Box 475 Kremmling, CO 80459.

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