Cheryl Ann (King) Hoese, 1947-2018 |

Cheryl Ann (King) Hoese, 1947-2018

Cheryl Ann (King) Hoese

Cheryl Ann (King) Hoese, 71, of Grand Lake (formerly of Denver, Longmont, Craig, and Boulder), passed away on Oct. 3, 2018.

She was born on June 4, 1947 in Denver. She was a graduate of Cathedral High School (1965) in Denver and attended the Saint Joseph School of Nursing (1967). A devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, and friend to all. Cheryl and Fredrick G. Hoese Sr. married on March 30, 1968, celebrated 50 years of marriage this Spring. Cheryl began her working life as a nurse in Denver. Together with her husband, they owned businesses in aviation and construction throughout the state. In Granby, they owned the Silver Spur Saloon and Steakhouse, and more recently she followed her passion for antiques as the owner of the Corner Mall.

Cheryl was also a valued Member of the Grand County, Tourism Board since 1992. Her timeless style, gracious manner, quick wit and endless beauty shone through in all she touched. Cheryl was loved and cherished throughout Grand County, and beyond. She was preceded in death by her dear parents, Elnor R. and Louis P. King; her son, Fredrick Gordon Hoese Jr.; and Father-in-law, Gordon Otto Hoese. She is survived by her loving husband, Fredrick Gordon Hoese, Sr.; her son, Justin Hoese; Grandson’s, Fredrick G. Hoese III (“Ricky”), Alexandar Hoese, Andrew Hoese, and Jordan Hoese; brother, Perry King; sister, Patricia (Garry) Gilmore; Mother-in-law, Mary Hoese; Her god children, niece’s and the families of; Brianne, Kendra, Lacey, Elle, and Jamie. All are welcome to celebrate her life at services in her honor on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 1pm at Our Lady of the Snow Catholic Church, 300 – 11th Street, Granby, CO 80446.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to Mountain Family Center (

Support Local Journalism

Support Local Journalism

The Sky-Hi News strives to deliver powerful stories that spark emotion and focus on the place we live.

Over the past year, contributions from readers like you helped to fund some of our most important reporting, including coverage of the East Troublesome Fire.

If you value local journalism, consider making a contribution to our newsroom in support of the work we do.


Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User