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STUART LOUIS NADLER

STUART LOUIS NADLER
1935 – 2017
Craig resident, Stuart Louis Nadler, died on Friday, March 24, 2017, at his residence in Craig. He was 81. A celebration of Stu’s life will be held at a later date. Stu was born the son of Julius H. and Sara (Cohn) Nadler on July 15, 1935 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He spent his childhood and attended public schools in Colorado Springs. He furthered his education at Colorado Teacher’s College in Greeley now known as the University of Northern Colorado. On December 31, 1960, Stuart married the love of his life, Mary Jean Morgan in Colorado Springs, Colorado. To this union, two daughters were born. The couple celebrated 42 years of marriage. Mary Jean passed away on February 26, 2003. After teaching for a short time, Stu opened Patterson Hardware in Salida, Colorado. Following the sale of his business, Stu moved to Craig in 1980 where he would continue his passion for accounting services. He began working for accountant, Greg Hamilton in the early 1980’s. He later started his own accounting firm known as Accu Comp in Craig. Stuart retired in 1998. Stu enjoyed fishing, golfing and operating ham radios. He was an active member of the Craig Lion’s Club, served on the Moffat County School District Federal Credit Union Board and was a lifetime member of the International Order of Rocky Mountain Goats. Stu is survived by his two daughters, Sara Nadler of Brighton, CO and Betsy Nadler of Dallas, TX; and one sister-in-law, Joyce Morgan of Brunswick, ME. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made in Stu’s memory to the Rocky Mountain Goat Foundation in care of Grant Mortuary.


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