Denver Ammerman Obituary, Cause Of Death – On the 7th of March 2023, Ammerman, who had been a resident of Van Ormer, abruptly passed away at his home from what looks to have been a heart attack. He was 81 years old. The 10th of November, 1941 found him entering the world in the village of Van Ormer.
Before he was born, both of his parents, Denver R. Ammerman and Lenore I. (Cuomo) Ammerman, Sr., had already passed away. He was his parents’ son. The wedding took place on August 23, 1964, in Winchester, Virginia, for the happy couple. The lady in white was Joyce E. Frye.
She is one of the persons that survived, along with her husband, their son Shawn W. (Ocean) Ammerman of Fallentimber, nine granddaughters, three great-grandchildren, and Sue Ammerman, his daughter-in-law who lives in Blandburg.
His maternal and paternal grandparents, a son named Denver R. Ammerman III, and two sisters named Mary McMasters and Nancy Fink all passed away before he did. Moreover, he had a son named Denver R. Ammerman IV. He was the lone member of his family to reach adulthood and he was the only one who did.
Ebensburg was the location of Bethlehem Mines #33, and Denny spent the first twenty years of his life toiling away in those mines. He was very devoted to his grandchildren and enjoyed spending time with them as well as riding side by side and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs).