Callahan-Edfast Mortuary & Crematory

2515 Patterson Rd., Grand Junction, CO


Glen Owen Crim Jr.

24 février 194019 mai 2020

Glen Owen Crim Jr., 80, of Grand Junction, CO, passed away on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at the Veteran’s Memorial Hospital. He was born February 24, 1940, to Glen Owen Crim Sr. and Lee Ann (Velasquez) Crim at the Fruita Community Hospital in Fruita, Colorado. He was raised and attended school in Telluride, Colorado, graduating in May 1959. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in June of 1959 and served his country honorably for three years. He became a draftsman and worked for Grand Junction Steel for 17 years before retiring in 1985. Owen was an avid Broncos and NASCAR fan. He also loved to fish.

He is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Phillip and Tommie Crim of Grand Junction, CO; nephew, Randy Crim of Tucson, AZ; niece, Rhonda Sievers of Grand Junction, CO; nephew, Shane Place of Grand Junction, CO; grandnephew, Dusty Sievers of Grand Junction, CO; grandnephew, Stephen Sievers of Loma, CO; great-grandnieces, Malory and Kinsley Sievers of Loma CO; and great-grandnephew, Jayce Phillip Sievers of Grand Junction, CO; plus many other friends.

A viewing will be held on Monday night, May 25, 2020, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Graveside service will be Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. at Calvary Cemetery with Deacon Doug VanHouten officiating.


  • Visitation

    lundi, 25 mai , 2020

  • Graveside Service

    mardi, 26 mai , 2020


Glen Owen Crim Jr.

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Don (Pete) Oberto

mai 23, 2020

I can echo the same great thoughts and comments that Dave Courtney stated so well. Owen was a great high school friend as we grew up in Telluride. I shared many of those same memories with Edo when I learned of Owen's passing. Even though we all have gone different ways through out our lives, we have stayed in touch.
My condolences to Edo and Tommie and all of the family.
Many Great High School memories with Owen.
Don (Pete) Oberto

Dave Courtney

mai 22, 2020

Owen was my best friend in high school. We shared being captain and co-captains on the football and basketball teams. He played right half-back and right linebacker on football and I played left half-back and left linebacker. On basketball, he played left forward and I played right forward. We could not have been more close.. We joined the Army together under the buddy plan on August the 13th, 1959 (Micky Moen also joined with us) We played many a game of pool at Padilla"s and worked many nights on his chevy at Bailey's garage.. Owen's mother "Peanuts" feed me many a meal and washed my athletic uniforms. She also took care of me when I was sick. Edo will remember many of these memories.. I just heard this news today (22nd) from my brother Dennis Reece and I am still in a state of shock. I will miss him dearly. I think my thoughts will be shared by Ron Carriere, Jack O'Rourke, Dick Stevens, David Pilcher and Pete O'Berto, just to name a few of the Telluride crew still alive who knew and loved Owen. To Edo and Tommie, I cannot express my current state of grief.
Dave (Reece) Courtney