Community mourns deaths of Bruce Mitchell, Paul Killino
Memorial services are being planned in Beaver Creek next spring. Services in New York were Sept. 14.
Mitchell was a board member of the Vilar Center and the Beaver Creek Club. He was a strong supporter of the Vilar Center for the Arts.
Before moving to Beaver Creek, he was a lifelong visitor to Colorado and was an avid hiker, fisherman and skier. His father began bringing him to Colorado as a teenager.
Mitchell was born in Chicago and earned his B.A. and M.B.A. from Stanford University. He embarked on a distinguished career with Bank of America, retiring as the corporation’s general auditor.
He was active in several philanthropic efforts, including performing arts organizations in New York and Colorado.
Mitchell is survived by: Carol, his wife of 42 years; three children, Sean of Bellevue, Wash., George of Los Angeles and Jenny Johnson of Seattle; sisters Judy Rediehs of Chicago and Beaver Creek, Margery Curtiss and Marilyn Mitchell; and five grandchildren.
Memorial donations can be sent to A.R.T. New York, 575 Eighth Avenue, Suite 17, South, New York, NY 10018-3011.
Timothy John Killino
Timothy John Killino, 20, brother of Paul W. Killino of Vail, died Sunday.
Tim was born in Willingboro, N.J., and has been a lifelong resident of Delran, N.J., where his home was a gathering place for all his friends. He was a lifelong parishoner of Church of the Holy Name in Delran, N.J., a 2000 graduate of the Burlington Institute of Technology in Westhampton, N.J. He was employed as a fabricator at Pemberton Fabricators in Rancocan N.J., for four years. He also spent much of his time working on his cars and his friends’ cars.
Tim is survived by: Frank and Ana Maree (nee D’Autrechy) Killino, Sr., of Delran; his brother, Frank, and his wife, Renee Killino, of North Wildwood, N.J.; Laura Ann and her husband, Timothy Martin of Delran; and Julie Ann and her husband, James Rosiak of Fairbanks, Alaska.
Tim is also survived by his nieces Chloe Mae Killino, Stephanie Mae Martin and Madison Mae Rosiak, as well as his cousins and many close friends.
Liturgy of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at the Church of the Holy Name in Delran, N.J. Internment will follow at Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson, N.J. Relatives and friends are asked to celebrate Tim’s life from 6:30-9:30 p.m., and 9-10 a.m. Monday at the church.
Donations can be made to the Martin House Community for Justice, 794 E. State St. P.O. Box 1025, Trenton, N.J. 08606-1025.
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