Ardith A. Davidson Morehart, 78, passed away on Sept. 10, 2012. Survived by children, Michelle (Jim) Barber of Pueblo, Mark Davidson of St. Joseph, Missouri and Chuck Vialpando of Pueblo; grandchildren, Lindsay Barber, Austin Barber, Andrea Vialpando, Tara Vialpando and Marc Davidson; great-grandson, Isaiah Correnti; and many special friends including 'The Girls.' Preceded in death by her husbands, Sam Davidson, Jr. and Chuck Morehart; and infant sons, Steven and Craig Davidson. Memorial service will be held at a later date in Missouri. Memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Blvd. Way, Pueblo, CO 81005 or PAWS, PO Box 11208, Pueblo, CO 81001. Online condolences,

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  1. I am deeply saddened to read of Ardith’s passing. She was such an incredible women with great wisdom and had a smile that would illuminate throughout the room. She had so many fine qualities, but the one I treasured the most was her ability to make a person feel special. I worked with her for a few years and we exchanged Christmas cards, which always said the nicest things. She made beautiful quilts/blankets for my boys to which they still have today. When we would run into each other, it was as though we never missed a moment of not seeing one another.

    Ardith, you were a true gift from God and I thank you for always making me laugh, even when I didn’t have it in me. You brought joy to all who were around you. Thank you so much for helping me to realize my lifelong dream of becoming a nurse was not an unattainable goal. I’m almost there and I know you will be cheering me on at my pinning.

    Miss you so much my friend; rest in peace in God’s loving arms.
    Paul, Felicia, Mark(Marissa), Giovanni, Dante and Faith

  2. I am so sorry to hear abouth Ardith’s passing. She was such a beautiful individual who always excellent and witty advice. She was so very kind to both me and my family. It is because of her that I chose the career path that I did. I remember the very first time I met her I was so scared and nervous on my first day on the job and even though she did not have to she stayed late to show and guide me through. She became a very dear friend to me over the years I was very lucky to have been able to work with her over several years and through several changes but even after we no longer worked together we continued our friendship. She was also a very special person to my children and always made them the most beautiful quilts and blankets which to this day they still hold on to. I will never forget her kindness and love. You will be very missed my dear friend. I am so sad that I had not been around for the last few years since I had moved but you were and always be in my thoughts and prayers. I love you my dear friend. May you rest in peace.

    Terra, Bubba, Destin, Tristan, and Terryn Diamond

  3. May the family of Ardith Davidson Morehart find comfort in your loving memories, and in knowing that God is “near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.” (Psalm 34;18) While grief at the loss of Ardith is great, joy at welcoming her back in the resurrection will be greater. (Mark 5;42) With deepest sympathy,

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