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Thomas Staab of Kremmling dies at 54

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Thomas J. Staab, 54, of Kremmling died Nov. 22 at his home in Kremmling of an apparent heart attack.Staab had worked as the technical director and vice president of D.Q. Enterprises Inc. in Frisco since 1994. An avid horseman, snowmobiler, fisherman, sailor and outdoorsman, Staab was a native of Wisconsin and moved to Summit County in 1994.Staab is survived by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.


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