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Brother Jim Geist, '60, Enters Chapter Eternal

James Geist
Brother Jim Geist passed away in Denver Colorado early last week. Jim was quarterback and captain of the 1960 football team and pitcher for the UA baseball teams that went to the College World Series 3 times from 58 - 60.  He retired from the Air Force as a highly decorated Colonel having flown a record 200 missions in the Viet Nam War and was an assistant coach at the Air Force before leaving the service.

Jim is survived by wife Sandy; first wife Dee and their children Jennifer & Christopher; nieces & nephews; and many friends. Jim was a fighter to the end on the football field, in an F-4, and on the golf course. Committal Service Fri., 09/29/17, 9:15 AM, Fort Logan National Cemetery, Area C. A Celebration of his Life to be announced later. Donations suggested to the Denver Hospice, 501 S. Cherry St #700, Denver, CO 80246.

All Honor to His Name