DENVER — Broncos fans will be able to personally pay their respects to their beloved owner. 

The Broncos and the Bowlen family will host an open-house tribute from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. 

Bowlen died Thursday night at home with his family at his side after a long fight with Alzheimer's. The open-to-the-public tribute will be held in the United Club Level West Lounge. Fans, Broncos alumni and anyone else who wants to say goodbye to Pat Bowlen during the tribute should park in Lots C or J and enter through Gate 2.

> Join us on KTVD Ch. 20 on Tuesday, June 18 at 7 p.m. for a special look back at Pat Bowlen's legacy.

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There will be hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from his ownership, pictures and a video celebrating Bowlen’s life and career. Members of the Bowlen family will be there to greet the attendees.

Guests are encouraged to plan accordingly as standard stadium security procedures will be in place.

There will be a private funeral service for Pat Bowlen on Monday, June 24 in Denver. The Bowlen family will invite NFL owners, select league personnel, Broncos alumni and staff and other dignitaries to the private service.

> Join us on KTVD Ch. 20 on Tuesday, June 18 at 7 p.m. for a special look back at Pat Bowlen's legacy.

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