Lubin Cemetery

AddressN. of Hwy. 285, E. of Meyer Pkwy., Aspen Meadows
QuadConifer, 1965 (1979)
SectionS12, T6S, R71W
SourceBentley, Margaret, "The Upper Side of the Pie Crust," pp. 91, 92; Interview, Eva Kirkpatrick Temmers, Sept. 1996; Interview, Glen Granzella, Oct. 1996.
Initialdate1996-03-15 00:00:00-07
HistoryThis is a family cemetery containing the bodies of early property owner John Lupin, his wife, and his daughter, Mary. Mary died suddenly. John's wife died mysteriously and John was charged with her death in 1881, but not convicted. Years later, John was found dead in his bed with a bullet wound in his head. Granzella said in his interview that Lubin was dying from tuberculosis and committed suicide. It was Granzella's father, Jimmie, who found the body.