Owen Kingman ’42 of Grand Junction, Colo., died on August 22, 2010. Owen was born in 1917 in Fort Collins, Colo. A member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, he graduated from Mines with a professional degree in geological engineering. During his career, he worked in Colorado, Tennessee, New York and Utah for various companies, including New Jersey Zinc, Tennessee Copper Company, Cities Service Minerals and Bendix Field Engineering. Strong supporters of both the visual and musical arts, Owen and his wife, Margaret, were very active in their community, particularly in Scouting. Owen loved poetry and could recite a long repertoire of poems from memory. He was also the Grand Junction section president for the CSM Alumni Association. In one of his last conversations with Margaret, he said, “At 92, I have no regrets. We did what we wanted to do, enjoyed life, our family and our friends to the fullest. There is nothing that I would take back or undo.” He is survived by his wife and his sons, Owen William, Richard Scott and John Edward Ellis ’80.