Vol. 39, No. 4
Notices, Products, and Services
Recognizing recently deceased Colorado attorneys
and members of the legal community
February 15, 1945–March 2010
Clyde R. Hampton
May 10, 1926–February 14, 2010
November 19, 1955–February 25, 2010
John D. Lomax
d. February 2010
Alvin J. Meiklejohn, Jr.
June 18, 1923–March 1, 2010
d. March 2010
William J. Steinhauser
June 25,1924–February 2010
Kevin F. Hughes
Kevin Hughes died on January 20, 2010. He was born on April 14, 1955 in Rockford, Illinois. He obtained an undergraduate degree from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and a JD from the University of Denver. Kevin practiced law in Denver for many years. Approximately ten years ago, he moved his home to Evergreen and eventually moved his office there, as well. He continued an active, solo practice until his death. He concentrated on family law, paying special attention to children’s issues. He contributed to the Victim Outreach Information program by serving on its board, including serving a term as the board’s president. He is survived by his wife, Helene; three sons, Kyle Bobrick, Ryan Hughes, and Ben Hughes; his sister, Kay; and two brothers, Russell and Patrick.
—Submitted by Brian Jeffrey
The In Memoriam section lists the name, date of birth, and date of death of recently deceased attorneys and legal professionals, as that information is available. Reader-submitted tributes of deceased attorneys and legal professionals, including those listed above, are welcomed. If multiple tributes about an individual are received, they may be consolidated. Tributes must be no longer than 250 words and should provide information about the deceased’s legal career. Photographs are welcomed and should accompany the submission. Tributes and photographs will be published as space is available and the publication schedule allows. Tributes may be edited by staff of The Colorado Lawyer. Send information and photograph to Tracy Rackauskas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Colorado Bar Foundation (CBF) was established in 1953 and is one way to commemorate members of the legal profession. The CBF functions exclusively for educational and charitable purposes, and promotes the advancement of jurisprudence and the administration of justice in Colorado through grants. Gifts to the CBF are tax-deductible. For complete information and to become a CBF supporter, contact Dana Collier Smith at (303) 824-5318, (800) 332-6736, or email@example.com.
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