Edna Miklos Memorial

Our beloved member, Edna Miklos passed away on February 12, 2019 from complications from heart surgery. Edna owned The Hair Place on 20th & Youngfield for over 30 years. One of the charter members of the Applewood Business Association, she loved Applewood and the people in it. Edna served as President, Vice President, and Secretary over the years for the association. She also headed up our Annual Golf Tournament for years, as well as organizing the Flag Day celebration where we fly American Flags between Flag Day and Independence Day every year along Youngfield and 32nd Avenue.

Edna had a vested interest in the Applewood Community. She actively participated in many local projects like the Youngfield widening project, Clear Creek Crossing development (formerly known as Cabela’s project) and Save Applewood Golf Course. She was also active in Clear Creek Valley Neighborhood Council. She was our friend and colleague and she knew so many people and what went on in the area – many of us called her “The Unofficial Mayor of Applewood”, and it was so appropriate!

She left us so suddenly, we didn’t have a chance to say goodbye. The ABA and Edna’s family, together with The Vista at Applewood Golf Course, where Edna played every Monday night at Ladies’ Night during summer, would love to invite you to join us for a Celebration of Edna’s Life. Please RSVP using the form below so we can plan the evening properly.

Edna Miklos’ Celebration of Life

Saturday, April 20, 2019, 4-8 pm
at The Vista at Applewood Golf Course
14001 W. 32nd Ave. Golden, CO 80401

Please RSVP using the form below

The family has requested memorials go to one of Edna’s last big passions – the John Tracy Memorial to be placed at the Applewood Golf Course.