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Everett "Greg" Hildenbrandt

July 25, 1952September 24, 2019

Everett “Greg” Hildenbrandt, 67 of La Salle, passed away on September 24, 2019, after a short battle with cancer. Greg was born in Platteville on July 25, 1952 to Everett and Ruth Hildenbrandt, and moved to La Salle in June of 1969, graduating from Valley High School in 1970.

Greg took one semester of ROTC in college and joined the Army in 1971. After one and a half years, he was approved to be in Intelligence. He went to Fort Huachuca, AZ, for 7 months. He later took Japanese Language Defense in Monterey, CA, for one year. In September of 1974, he was deployed to the 500th MI Group, Tokyo, Japan, where he remained for 6 years. During his time in Japan Greg married his first wife Juanita. They began a family, having three children: Jason Adam, Athena Lee, and Crystal Rose. He departed Japan in 1980 and was reassigned to Fort Carson in 1981.

He divorced and went to REFORGER and married his second wife, René, in 1982. They had two more children: son Alexander Gregory, and daughter Stephanie. In 1988 he was redeployed to Germany as Senior Agent, Class 1st Sergeant. He returned to the states in 1992 for his final assignment to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

Greg retired from the military in September 1993. He was employed by a major investigation company until 1996, and was employed by another investigation company from 1997 until 2002. In 2006 he moved back to La Salle to help care for his aging parents.

Greg is survived by his mother, Ruth Hildenbrandt; his 5 children; and his brother Richard Hildenbrandt.

Inurnment with Military Honors at 1:00 P.M. Thursday, October 3, 2019 at the Longmont Cemetery. Memorial service 11:00 A.M. Friday, October 4, 2019 at the La Salle First Presbyterian Church followed by a catered reception.

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  • Inurnment Thursday, October 3, 2019
  • Memorial Service Friday, October 4, 2019


Everett "Greg" Hildenbrandt

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Daniel Sullivan

October 1, 2019

I would like to give my condolences. I met Everett (Hilrond) in the gaming world almost 2 years ago. I'm going to miss him he's always been a great guy to hangout with and a dear friend. I am deeply heart broken he is gone. I send my love to the ones he left behind.


Wanetta (Wynn) Vogel

September 28, 2019

Greg's unexpected passing is a time of high emotion for most of our family and I. I grew to love Greg's parents, siblings, and their wives very deeply while living, visiting, and corresponding with them over the years after Greg and I married and were divorced. Those good feelings and memories have never changed and are still cherished.
I pray all of you and us will be comforted by the Spirit of God at this time and will move forward with greater appreciation for the love in your/our lives. Life can change quickly leaving things we wanted to say unsaid. We need to say them while we can.
Some corrections and additional memories for the obituary : In September of 1974 (1975), he was deployed to the 500th MI Group, Tokyo (Zama and Neigishi), Japan, where he remained for 6 (7) years. During his time in Japan ( The Defense Language Institute {DLI} in Monterey, CA on Friday, June 13, 1975, Greg met his first wife when I walked into the NCO Club bar. He stood out wearing his custom tailored three-piece London suit and dark aviator glasses holding his favorite drink Johnny Walker Black. I ordered a soft drink. We talked about our assignments. We were both with military intelligence studying different languages. He asked me to dance (a Hustle) and asked for a ride home. He asked to go with me on my pre-planned trip to the beach the next morning. He was suave and respectful. We had a picnic, talked about our childhoods, and got very sunburned. Sunday morning, he called his parents in Colorado to tell them we were engaged before we got to work preparing uniforms for duty on Monday. We were married July 2, 1975 at the DLI Chapel before he got orders taking him to Japan just before my birthday.) They (we) began a (our) family having three children (in Japan): Jason Adam, Athena Lee, and Crystal Rose. (I with the children left Japan in May 1980 understanding he planned to join us when he completed his tour in Japan.) We never got closure.

Pam Currin

September 27, 2019

Aunt Ruth, and Rich I am so sorry to hear about Greg's passing.

Many wonderful Christmas gatherings at Uncle Ev and Aunt Ruth's home when we were young. So many great memories of family get togethers and hide and seek in the upstairs at Grandma and Grandpa's.

I thank Greg for his loyal service in the military. His children can be very proud of their father.