Ordering through the funeral home helps ensure your order will be placed through a local flower shop with whom the funeral home has a personal and trusting relationship with. Through this service, you will be able to leave a longer message of support to the family via a card with the picture of your selection that will be included with your thoughtful gesture. As well as a photo of your arrangement and message will remain in perpetuity within this memorial website. This service also includes “Smart Select” whereby the store notifies you if your floral selection has already been selected by another sender, allowing you the opportunity to choose a different arrangement if you wish.
The price of these selections also include the funeral home caring for the flowers after the funeral and delivering them to the family, or various care facilities where they can be rearranged and enjoyed by others for a longer period.
The solitude and quiet peace of a flickering candle has long been a symbol of remembrance. Each candle lit will remain lit within this memorial website for the period you select. Your thoughtful gesture will be captured both in the candle as well as listed in perpetuity within the tributes section.
In today’s changing world with climate change and environment concerns, “Honoring a Life” allows for family and friends to plant a memorial tree in honor of their loved one and friend. The purchase of a tree creates a beautiful permanent record on the Honoring a Life website, www.honoringalife.org. Each tree is planted through the efforts of Forestry Services throughout North America who determine where the greatest needs for reforestation are. Once planted, the geographical location where the tree is planted will be added to the record. A beautiful card is also sent to the family signifying your thoughtful gesture.
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We are proud to provide this service allowing friends and family to donate to any registered charity throughout North America. You will receive an official tax receipt immediately via email and your thoughtful gesture will remain on this memorial website in perpetuity.
The time surrounding a death can often bring unexpected final expenses for the family far beyond the funeral itself. We are pleased to offer the ability for friends and relatives to financially support the family during their time of loss as an alternative to flowers and other sympathy gestures.
This memorial currently does not have financial support enabled.
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Henry Amicarella, age 95, died February 18, 2011 at Longmont United Hospital. He is survived by his loving wife, Harriet Ann Amicarella and children; Mary Ann (Marianna), John and Kathryn Saint-Veltri; grandchildren Alana and Joseph Angelo, devoted nieces and nephews and by their great family friend, Tom Clark. He was a veteran of the Second World War and earned two Masters Degrees including one from North Western University in Hospital Administration. Henry was the first CEO of Longmont United Hospital until his retirement in 1977. Not content to remain retired, he became a volunteer executive with the International Executive Service Corps, a non-profit organization to help developing countries improve health care. With Harriet by his side, he worked in Panama, Columbia, Egypt and the Philippines. In Egypt, he was honored by the American Consulate General in Alexandria. Henry was recognized as a multi-lingual ambassador for his country throughout the world and was a FEMA reservist, traveling with his wife Harriet to many domestic disaster relief centers as well. Henry was an original board member and first President of the Tiny Tim Center and Meals on Wheels. In 1977, Henry received the Longmont Chamber of Commerce Award as “Boss of the Year” and on his retirement, the Mayor of Longmont proclaimed “Henry Amicarella Day”. The University of Northern Colorado named him an Honored Alumni for his contributions to community and international service. He was proud to be named to the UNC Hall Of Fame for athletic achievements in football and was an All Rocky Mountain Conference baseball shortstop. As honored Alumni during the Erie High School Homecoming, he was named Citizen Of The Week. Henry loved fishing throughout Colorado and the Pacific North West and as a fly fisherman on local streams – he was an artist. He enjoyed golf, gardening and most of all, sharing his love of the outdoors with others. As one of thirteen children born May 23, 1915 to Italian immigrant parents, John and Mary (Dimagio) Amicarella and raised in the Sunlight Coal Mine Camp outside of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Henry was proud of his heritage. He was a man of humor, wisdom and possessed a wonderful positive attitude. He never knew a person he called a stranger for long and was always outgoing, open and friendly with everyone he met; everyone knew Henry during his later-in-life walks around the Golden Ponds that he loved. A citizen of the world, a visionary in his field, he will always be remembered as a wonderful husband, father, inspirational teacher, friend and humanitarian. The world is a better place because Henry lived and cherished every moment. We will miss him. A memorial service celebrating Henry’s life will be held 2:00 pm, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011 at Central Presbyterian Church, 402 Kimbark Street, Longmont. Cremation has been held at Ahlberg Funeral Chapel and Crematory. Memorials and donations can be made to the Longmont United Hospital Foundation, Meals On Wheels or the Tiny Tim Center.
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