We got the answers from Shannon Forsberg Huey, who asked her grandmother, Darlene Thompson (Trevarton).
–Shannon’s parents are Leona D. and Bob Forsberg.
–Her grandparents are Ken Forsberg (first wife, Vera, present wife, Diane); and James Thompson (deceased) and Darlene who still lives in Lyons.
–Her great-grandparents (and Darlene’s parents) were Leona and Willard Trevarton.
The kids in the photo, taken in front of Shannon’s grand parent’s house. They use to live at 206 Park St., next to Valley Bank.
Wendy Thompson (Shannon’s Aunt, and Willard’s sister)
HISTORY OF THE HUSS, TREVARTON and FORSBERG FAMILY
Golda Oxford, born in 1909 in Iowa, married Calvin Huss in 1932. They first met on a blind date. She was 22 and he was 19, and they eloped to Missouri. They had a daughter, Joyce, born in Iowa. In 1935, the Huss family moved to Colorado, and then to Lyons to work at the Oxford Market in 1944. It was owned and operated by Golda’s parents, and they bought them out in December 1944. It became Huss’ Market. Daughter Joyce worked there, too. It was destroyed by fire in November 1967.
Daughter Joyce graduated from Lyons High School in 1952. She married Richard Jones in 1956. They had two children: Diane, who married Ken Forsberg, and had two children, Emily and Andrew. Ken and Diane owned the Calvin Huss Inn, which later became The River Church building.
In the Trevarton family line, Willard was born in 1915, and he married Leona M. (Maxine Andrew of Allenspark, having graduated from Lyons). Willard was a stonemason and carpenter. Maxine worked in the Lyons Post Office. Willard and Leona had 3 daughters: Velane, Darlene and Donna. Darlene married James Thompson. They had five children: Leona, James, Willard, Lorne and Wendy.
They had five children. Their daughter Leona D. married Robert E. Forsberg, and have four daughters. They operated Lionscrest Manor, Indian Lookout Road, Lyons, and Baseline Industries in Lyons for many years.
NOTE FROM EDITOR: This history of the Huss/Forsberg/Trevarton family line is based on research currently found in the Lyons Redstone Museum, and communication with some family members. We have contacted the family matriarch to confirm it, and to supply any updates. If you are planning to print this as a genealogy file or archival material, please wait till next week to print it.