Memorial Service:

10/9/2012 12:15 pm, Ft. Logan National Cemetery, “Staging Area C”, 3698 S. Sheridan Blvd, Denver, Colorado

Kaj Duncan Kristoffersen

November 11, 1932 :: Detroit, Michigan
Passed Away:
September 27, 2012 :: Lakewood, Colorado

Kaj Duncan Kristoffersen, of Longmont, passed away on September 27, 2012 at the age of 79. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife Christa (Leschinski) Kristoffersen, and survived by his sons Eric, Nils, and Derek.

A service with military honors will be held at 12:15 pm, on Tuesday, October 9, 2012, at Ft. Logan National Cemetery, Staging Area “C”.


6 Responses to Kaj Duncan Kristoffersen

  1. Derek says:

    Dad, You always loved music and have passed that down to your sons. You will be missed

  2. Helga 1-619 200 4444 says:

    my condolences to all! Kaj shared his music and philosophies with me by E-mail, and he loved his new Colorado home, and he loved his daughter-in-law Denice. I saw them last traveling thru Mn, and stopping by their house, and taking Christa to lunch, and we spoke German off and on,and now they are together again, and they were my extended family for several years. And I just talked to another wonderful lady, and how does one man get so lucky to have the best women in hs life who gave him 3 wonderful sons! What a lucky son of a bit……Rest in peace, Kaj You did good ! Thanks Derek, 4 letting me know Your Mama loved u most!!

  3. Ilse Erickson says:

    My friendship with Kaj and Christa goes back to San Francisco when their sons Nils and Derek were in grade school. I always appreciated his and Christas’s friendship tremendously since they allowed me to become part of their family for a while. I will miss him. Thanks for the wonderful memories. Ilse Erickson

  4. Ann and Nina Fallon says:

    Kaj and I worked together in the late 70’s as editors for Kaiser Engineers in Oakland, CA. He was my mentor and I loved hearing about his journalism days with Stars & Stripes. His intelligence, warmth and humor allowed us to be friends and my daughter and I were always welcomed by Kaj, Krista, Nils and Derrick at their beautiful San Francisco home. Many an evening we had a scrumptuous dinner followed by Mahler and stimuating spiritual conversation. Kaj never preached; he just lived his beliefs and notwithstanding his lofty goals and education he was down to earth and appreciative of his work, his family and his friends. We missed them when Kaj and Krista moved to Minnesota and only recently reconnected. That was a blessing. Kaj, good-by and thank you for a wonderful friendship. Ann

  5. Dianna Mednick says:

    Kaj will be missed by all his friends from the Angel Circle. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in his passing.

  6. Tammy Ackerman says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Kaj’s passing. I thought he was a sweet, gentle man. We had great conversations about spirituality. He and I with different backgrounds but a common belief in Life everlasting. Rest in peace sweet man. . .

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