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George Michael Verba, Jr.


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George “Michael” Verba, Jr., 67, passed away September 21, 2018. Michael was born in Cleveland, Ohio to George M. Sr. and Sophie Verba (both deceased). He relocated to Littleton, Colorado in 1981 as a field service engineer for Intel. Michael retired to Arizona in 2015.

Michael will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered by his wife of 25 years, Susan (Toth); daughter, Kristin Verba (New Mexico); son, Scott Verba (Colorado); grandchildren, Trinity and Trenton Jensen (New Mexico) and Skylar Verba (Colorado); sisters, Karen (Tim) Smith (Ohio) and Susan (Pete) Stahlhammer (Colorado); sisters-in-law, Barbara Maniaci (Ohio), Mary Fransen (Ohio) and Margarett Rini (Ohio); and many nieces, nephews and friends.

A vintage car enthusiast, Michael rebuilt and restored numerous Buicks over the years and was an avid drag racer, representing the Rocky Mountain Buick GS/GN Club.

A celebration of life will be held Sunday, October 28, 2018 at the Farmhouse at Raccoon Creek, 7301 W. Bowles Avenue, Littleton, Colorado from 1-4 p.m. The family suggests donations to Aegis Hospice, 2250 E. Germann Rd., #1, Chandler, AZ 85286, who administered superlative care and compassion to Michael and his family.

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  1. Lee (Linnea) Larson Hoffman says:

    Mike and I went to Richmond Road Elementary School together and graduated from Brush High School together. He lived a couple of streets away from me, and my memories of him are primarily from elementary school. I am very sorry for the family’s loss. To paraphrase an English poet, we are all a part of the whole and piece of the main. The loss of him diminishes all of us. Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee. I remember fondly those days of our youth.

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George Michael Verba, Jr.


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George “Michael” Verba, Jr., 67, passed away September 21, 2018. Michael was born in Cleveland, Ohio to George M. Sr. and Sophie Verba (both deceased). He relocated to Littleton, Colorado in 1981 as a field service engineer for Intel. Michael retired to Arizona in 2015.

Michael will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered by his wife of 25 years, Susan (Toth); daughter, Kristin Verba (New Mexico); son, Scott Verba (Colorado); grandchildren, Trinity and Trenton Jensen (New Mexico) and Skylar Verba (Colorado); sisters, Karen (Tim) Smith (Ohio) and Susan (Pete) Stahlhammer (Colorado); sisters-in-law, Barbara Maniaci (Ohio), Mary Fransen (Ohio) and Margarett Rini (Ohio); and many nieces, nephews and friends.

A vintage car enthusiast, Michael rebuilt and restored numerous Buicks over the years and was an avid drag racer, representing the Rocky Mountain Buick GS/GN Club.

A celebration of life will be held Sunday, October 28, 2018 at the Farmhouse at Raccoon Creek, 7301 W. Bowles Avenue, Littleton, Colorado from 1-4 p.m. The family suggests donations to Aegis Hospice, 2250 E. Germann Rd., #1, Chandler, AZ 85286, who administered superlative care and compassion to Michael and his family.

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  1. Lee (Linnea) Larson Hoffman says:

    Mike and I went to Richmond Road Elementary School together and graduated from Brush High School together. He lived a couple of streets away from me, and my memories of him are primarily from elementary school. I am very sorry for the family’s loss. To paraphrase an English poet, we are all a part of the whole and piece of the main. The loss of him diminishes all of us. Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee. I remember fondly those days of our youth.

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