Allan R. Liebgott; AB 1966; died December 18, 2015
Dr. Allan Richard Liebgott, born in Brooklyn, New York, August, 1944, died December 18, 2015 in his Littleton home. His family moved to Suburban Chicago in 1951. Allan graduated from Rich Township High School there in 1962. Following his 1966 graduation from Harvard, he attended Case Western Reserve Medical School. He married Susie Frey in 1968, and graduated from CWRU in 1970. His career path led him to the Navajo Reservation in Chinle, Arizona in 1972 and two years of Public Health Service. He joined Denver Health in 1975, remaining there until his retirement in 2007. Allan's zest for life was legendary. His passions included cooking, travel, baseball, photography, camping, golf, the arts, most specifically community theatre. He was a founder of The Main Street Players of Littleton and was elected its first president. On the Board of Directors of the Colorado Community Theatre Coalition, he was honored by it for his contribution to community theatre. Allan was noted for his khaki trousers and jaunty bow ties. His generosity was marked by his total commitment to any project he supported and dedication to his friends. Youthful visitors to his home will recall his special Friday Night Pizzas. A beloved son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather, he is survived by his wife Susie, daughters Robin Liebgott, Denver; Heather Nolan, California; granddaughters Andrea Liebgott, Denver; Melody, Lily and Juniper Nolan of California. Allan was preceded in death by his parents Alida and Marvin Liebgott and his brother Robert. A memorial service is planned in the spring.
Published in the Denver Post on January 10, 2016.