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Carmon Funeral Homes

364 Salmon Brook Street
Granby, CT 06035
(860) 653-6637
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Granby Cemetery Incorporated

260 North Granby Road
Granby, CT 06035
(860) 844-8228
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Granby Obituary: Samantha McDonald, 23 - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Samantha Jo. “Sam” McDonald, 23, of Windsor Locks passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. Samantha was born September 7, 1993, in Hartford, and attended local schools in Granby and was a graduate of Granby Memorial High School Class of 2011. She was attending the University of Connecticut pursuing her Bachelors in Human Development and Family Services with a minor in Urban Studies. Sam was employed at Homewood Suites in Windsor Locks. She enjoyed knitting, reading, sudoko puzzles, fishing and hiking with family and friends. Samantha will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She is survived by her mother, Debra (Bonfiglio) McDonald and her fiancé, Tony Brown of Enfield; her father, John McDonald, Jr. and Eunice Johnson of Barkhamsted; her sister, Karly McDonald of Windsor Locks; her brother, John McDonald, III of Barkhamsted; her paternal grandfather, John McDonald, Sr. of Barkhamsted; her boyfriend, Casey Perry of Windsor Locks; her aunts, Cindy Good and her husband, Steve, Geri Montgomery and her husband, John, Celeste Wilson and her husband, Chip; Debbie Sherwin and her wife, Kathy Beck and family and several cousins and friends. Relatives an...

Texas mother who died in fall at Colorado ski resort is identified; lift remains closed - Dallas News

Monday, January 16, 2017

An autopsy to determine Huber's cause of death is scheduled for Saturday.Huber and her daughters were visiting the Granby Ranch, a small, beginner-friendly resort about 90 miles west of Denver, with other family members. They fell about 25 feet from the Quick Draw Express lift, one of four lifts at the resort. No one else was on the chair with them.

Authorities ID Texas mom who died in Ski Granby Ranch chairlift fall with daughters - The Denver Post

Monday, January 02, 2017

Investigators on Friday identified the 40-year-old San Antonio mother who died Thursday when she and her two daughters fell about 25 feet from a chairlift at Ski Granby Ranch.Kelly Huber was pronounced dead at Middle Park Medical Center in Granby at about 10:45 a.m., where she was taken after the 9:30 a.m. fall. A ruling on her cause and manner of death is pending an autopsy scheduled for Saturday.Grand County officials have yet to provide further details on how the Texas mother and her two young girls fell from the lift. Authorities say the case remains under investigation.Huber’s 9-year-old daughter was taken to Middle Park before being flown by Flight for Life to Children’s Hospital Colorado. Her other daughter, who is 12, was treated at Middle Park and released. An update on the younger girl’s condition was not available on Friday, said Schelly Olson, a spokeswoman for the incident command.Huber was vacationing in Colorado with her daughters and other family members, authorities say. It remained unclear Friday what prompted the fall, causing the first chairlift fall death in Colorado in 14 years.Olson said Huber and her daughters were the o...

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Granby Obituary: Samantha McDonald, 23 - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Samantha Jo. “Sam” McDonald, 23, of Windsor Locks passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. Samantha was born September 7, 1993, in Hartford, and attended local schools in Granby and was a graduate of Granby Memorial High School Class of 2011. She was attending the University of Connecticut pursuing her Bachelors in Human Development and Family Services with a minor in Urban Studies. Sam was employed at Homewood Suites in Windsor Locks. She enjoyed knitting, reading, sudoko puzzles, fishing and hiking with family and friends. Samantha will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She is survived by her mother, Debra (Bonfiglio) McDonald and her fiancé, Tony Brown of Enfield; her father, John McDonald, Jr. and Eunice Johnson of Barkhamsted; her sister, Karly McDonald of Windsor Locks; her brother, John McDonald, III of Barkhamsted; her paternal grandfather, John McDonald, Sr. of Barkhamsted; her boyfriend, Casey Perry of Windsor Locks; her aunts, Cindy Good and her husband, Steve, Geri Montgomery and her husband, John, Celeste Wilson and her husband, Chip; Debbie Sherwin and her wife, Kathy Beck and family and several cousins and friends. Relatives an...

Texas mother who died in fall at Colorado ski resort is identified; lift remains closed - Dallas News

Monday, January 16, 2017

An autopsy to determine Huber's cause of death is scheduled for Saturday.Huber and her daughters were visiting the Granby Ranch, a small, beginner-friendly resort about 90 miles west of Denver, with other family members. They fell about 25 feet from the Quick Draw Express lift, one of four lifts at the resort. No one else was on the chair with them.

Authorities ID Texas mom who died in Ski Granby Ranch chairlift fall with daughters - The Denver Post

Monday, January 02, 2017

Investigators on Friday identified the 40-year-old San Antonio mother who died Thursday when she and her two daughters fell about 25 feet from a chairlift at Ski Granby Ranch.Kelly Huber was pronounced dead at Middle Park Medical Center in Granby at about 10:45 a.m., where she was taken after the 9:30 a.m. fall. A ruling on her cause and manner of death is pending an autopsy scheduled for Saturday.Grand County officials have yet to provide further details on how the Texas mother and her two young girls fell from the lift. Authorities say the case remains under investigation.Huber’s 9-year-old daughter was taken to Middle Park before being flown by Flight for Life to Children’s Hospital Colorado. Her other daughter, who is 12, was treated at Middle Park and released. An update on the younger girl’s condition was not available on Friday, said Schelly Olson, a spokeswoman for the incident command.Huber was vacationing in Colorado with her daughters and other family members, authorities say. It remained unclear Friday what prompted the fall, causing the first chairlift fall death in Colorado in 14 years.Olson said Huber and her daughters were the o...