Albert H. Hayden III, 69, went to the big asphalt plant in the sky on Feb. 21, 2012. Survived by his wife of 29 years, Kathy Hayden; children, Robert (Laramie) Hayden of Canon City, Jeff (Shellie) Hayden of Westminster and Doug (Annalee) Hayden of Sedona, Ariz.; honorary daughter, Chana (Troy) Trimble of Pueblo West; brother, Mike (Dixie) Hayden of Tucson, Ariz.; sister, Kathy (Jack) Cline of Pueblo; mother of his children, Noma Nel (Ron) White; grandchildren, Sam, Brandon, Elizabeth, Justin, Tom, Heather and Dawn; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Albert was born to Ruth and Albert H. Hayden, Jr. on May 22, 1942, in Pueblo. He graduated from Central High School in 1960. He started his career at Taylor Fence Company. He worked into the position of vice president for Broderick & Gibbons in Colorado Springs and when the company became Western Paving, he was promoted to president of the asphalt paving division in Denver. He retired from the company when it eventually became LaFarge. Albert was a proud member of the Republican Party, president of Colorado Contractors Association in 1995 and a 40 year member of BPO Elks #90. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, 2012, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Pastor Darron Wilson officiating. Online condolences,

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  1. My sincere sympathies to Al’s family and boys.I worked for him many,many years ago. He was agreat boss and friend. I’m so glad he passed through my life.

  2. My father Pat will miss you dearly. The entire Lewis family sends our love and best wishes to the Hayden family.

  3. Kathy,
    So sorry that Al has passed. I remember meeting him at a family reunion at Terrace Park here in SF many years ago. So thankful you had 29 years together. I pray you will have the peace that only God can give you. Love, Cousin Nancy

  4. Kathy and family, we are very sorry to hear about your brother. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless.
    Always your family – Glenn & Linda Cline

  5. Mike,I was sorry to hear about the death of your brother, Al. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  6. SAd to hear the news. Al and I were friends in grade school days. Played basketball with him — Since he was the tallest of all of us he was the star. we just threw the ball to Al and he scored. Unfortunately we lost track but I want to express my sadness at the news. Jack Haley

  7. We are so sorry to hear of the lost of your husband and father. Just know that our thought and prayers are with you and your family.

  8. Al has made a tremendous impact on a lot of people in the asphalt pave industry. I am fortunate to count myself among them, preffesionally and personally. Thank you Al.

  9. Sorry to hear about the passing of Al. Very nice guy, I worked alot with him in Colorado Springs. I knew his dad as well, down at Patti’s at the round table.

  10. My sincere sympathies to all of Al’s family. Especially to Kathy Cline (cousin). Hadn’t seen you or Al in so long. Was sorry to hear about his passing. He was my age. Glad to know he was a fellow Republican! Love and God Bless you all. Susan Burnett Valdez

  11. Kathy, Robert, Jeff and Doug – it brings us great sadness to hear of Al’s death. Please know our prayers are with you. We pray the Lord will wrap you in his arms and bring you comfort during this time of sorrow.

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