Allnutt Funeral Service – Estes Park Chapel

1302 Graves Ave., Estes Park, CO


John J Nolan

31 mayo , 194710 enero , 2020

John Joseph Nolan of Glen Haven died Friday January 10, 2020 in Loveland. He was 72 years old. He is survived by his wife, Mary, son Shaun and wife Bobbie, daughter Lori Argo and husband Paul and grandchildren Brittany, Cody, Matthew, brothers Thomas and wife Arlene, Kevin and wife Kathy and sister Maribeth. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends who love him dearly. He will be missed. A Visitation will take place at Allnutt Funeral Chapel in Estes Park on Tuesday from 4:00 to 7:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday at 9:30 AM at Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Fort Logan National Cemetery with full Military Honors at 1:30 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer research or to the Glen Haven Area Volunteer Fire Department (GHAVFD) in care of Allnutt Funeral Service 1302 Graves Avenue Estes Park, CO 80517.


  • Visitation martes, 14 enero , 2020
  • Mass of Christian Burial miércoles, 15 enero , 2020
  • Burial With Full Military Honors miércoles, 15 enero , 2020


John J Nolan


Kate Kemmer

14 enero , 2020

I am so stunned by John's sudden pasting, I am lost for words. John took me under his wing when I joined EP Police Auxiliary and was there to help me learn all that was to learn while in the Auxiliary. I will truly miss him and his wonderful facially expressions. John and Mary made a wonderful team together. My prayers to Mary and the family.

Kate and Larry Kemmer

Peg Mastal

14 enero , 2020

John was a lovable part of our Irish family. He grew up in Queens, NY, living next door to his and my grandparents and 2 aunts. He added so much fun to my family's visits there. He loved to crack jokes, tease me and my sisters, and join in our Irish singalongs. So many loving and lovely memories.
John and my husband both had military careers, though with different branches. I visited Denver once and he, Mary, and Lori took me out for a wonderful dinner. It was shortly before Lori's wedding.
He always thought of ways to please others. John was a wonderful man who is loved and will be deeply missed by our family.

Connie Sebastian Pepin

13 enero , 2020

I am so sorry to hear of John's passing. He was always a dependable, honest, hardworking man who valued his family and friends. At work, he was a "go to" if someone needed special attention and John excelled at customer service.
My deepest condolences to Mary and his family.

Joseph and Diane Lavaux

13 enero , 2020

We are very sad a the passing of our dear friend and neighbor, John. He was always smiling and full of good stories. He and Mary shared "bear patrol" of our mountain homes and loved to share a piece of pie and a glass of wine. We will miss his companionship, however, we are fortunate to be able to cherish memories of good times. Joseph and Diane Lavaux

Beverly (Bevo) Crawford

13 enero , 2020

To my Golden Friend, Lori Argo and Family

Through our decades of knowing each other, listening to each other, sharing memories with each other ... I feel your heartache and pain of saying an "earthly goodbye" to a loved one that you are feeling right now. I am there with you and your Family, Lori. In Spirit, and Love. So is God. My prayers for you.

Kristi Danko

12 enero , 2020

What can be said about Uncle John? He was a great man, smart and compassionate. Although I did not get to see him nearly as much as I would have liked, he always made me feel understood and loved. The best memory I have was when I was 17 and we went to visit my grandparents and him and my aunt were there. We had many great conversations and he told me stories from his life and time in the military. I will always cherish the time I was able to spend with him and will keep his memory alive by retelling his fantastic story and trying to give my family the same love and support he gave to his. Thank you for your service. It's hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember. Uncle John, I love you. Rest in Peace.

Vicki and Claud Alkire

12 enero , 2020

Dear Mary and Family,

We were so shocked and saddened to hear of John’s passing. John was the coolest, friendliest guy and we just loved him. Our best memory of John is that he had the most fun, most fabulous gift of gab. You couldn’t get away from him, but, the thing is, we were so interested in the conversation! So, needless to say, we will miss him so, so much. We wish you and the family much love and peace. We will find solace in his memory and remember what a great friend and neighbor he was...and so much fun. Take care.

Vicki and Claud