Alice Gabbert, 87, of Pueblo, Colo. died on Monday, August 25th, 2014, at Parkview Medical Center. Alice was born to Boyd and Alice Roark on March 26, 1927, in Pueblo, Colo., attended Central High School, made a career as an Administrative Assistant for AAA Auto Club and was an active member of her church group, Truth. Alice was a kind and loving soul who was very funny and enjoyed spending time playing games with her family and friends. Survived by son, Patrick (Loretta) Burns; step-children, Tomma (Jim) Parco, George (Nancy) Gabbert; nieces, Geri (Bob) Teel and Shelly (Herb) Critchett; ten grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by son, Terry Burns; husband, Tom Gabbert; parents, Boyd and Alice Roark; three brothers; and three sisters. Special thanks to Alice's caregiver, Elouise Grigg and family for extending their home, love and care over the last few years. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 6 p.m. Friday, August 29, 2014, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I was one of “The princesses” daughters, Pam Rollison (Hennen).
    I had the advantage of joining them on some of their outings!
    I was mentored by their lives on how to grow into the next stages of life with laughter, tears, joy, sorrow and a lot of “spunk”! I value their lessons on living life and honoring God. Thank you Alice for your life and love! Pam:)

  2. I was one of “The princesses” daughters, Pam Rollison (Hennen).
    I had the advantage of joining them on some of their outings!
    I was mentored by their lives on how to grow into the next stages of life with laughter, tears, joy, sorrow and a lot of “spunk”! I value their lessons on living life and honoring God. Thank you Alice for your life and love! Pam:)

  3. Alice was such a caring friend to my mother. Both Domenic and I were sad to hear of her passing. Dom enjoyed the time he spent visiting with her over the fence and especially as he painted her house.

  4. Alice was such a caring friend to my mother. Both Domenic and I were sad to hear of her passing. Dom enjoyed the time he spent visiting with her over the fence and especially as he painted her house.

  5. My friendship with Alice goes back over 40 years. She was a dear friend. We enjoyed many activities together–Sunday at church, dinners in each other’s home. We attended many patriotic events together–including Memorial Day observances. A special group of our friends were called “Prinesses” by close friends. Alice was always our number one “Princess”. Farewell my dear, dear Princess Alice.

  6. My friendship with Alice goes back over 40 years. She was a dear friend. We enjoyed many activities together–Sunday at church, dinners in each other’s home. We attended many patriotic events together–including Memorial Day observances. A special group of our friends were called “Prinesses” by close friends. Alice was always our number one “Princess”. Farewell my dear, dear Princess Alice.

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