Blanche Marie Hibpshman, 85, passed away Feb. 1, 2012. Preceded in death by her husband, Oscar Loran Hibpshman on July 17, 2003; sisters, Ethel Mildred Jackson and Carrie Leona Jauch; and brothers, Arthur Roy Miller and Frank Lee Miller. Survived by her children, Larry Hibpshman, J. David (Nita) Hibpshman, Terry (Fredda) Hibpshman and Carol (Frank) Pierce; sister, Ethelyn Ruth Hibpshman; ten grandchildren; and eight great-grandchild. Blanche was born to George and Blanch Miller on Dec. 21, 1926, in Pueblo. She and Oscar were married Sept. 7, 1944, in Pueblo. Viewing from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. The casket will not be present at the service. Service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012, at First Southern Baptist, 301 Cleveland. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Online condolences,

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  1. Beth, we are sorry sorry for your loss. we didn’t know your mom but we do know first hand how hard it is to loss your mom. She is the one who gave you life. There is no greater gift than that! Please know, that she has found peace in her soul, and in her heart… Know that her life here had purpose.. You are an amazing, strong, and loving woman,she had something to do with that. and for that we am grateful! We love you Beth, and if there is anything you need, we are always here for you, and your beautiful daughters….. We Love you Rob and Kari

  2. Our Aunt will be missed by many. She always was there for everyone else when needed. She has been a true blessing in our lives. It is with good feeling to know beyound any doubt that she is with our Lord that she lived her life for.

  3. I loved Aunt Blanche so much when I was a little girl because she was always so kind to everyone. In the last few years she was a source of encouragement with her random phone calls to “check up on how everyone was doing”. I loved her even more then! I last spoke to her in early December right before we left for Kenya, and she was so excited to share in our new ministry. I will miss knowing that she is praying for us. I can’t imagine what it was like for her to get “Home” and see my mom and dad, her beloved husband, her sisters and her mom and dad. I bet they are all raising a ruckus up there as Miller’s and Hibpshman’s are known to do! Well done, Aunt Blanche, you good and faithful servant.

  4. My Aunt Blanche was one of the best people I have known. She lived her faith every day. She was a wonderful friend to me, and I will remember her beautiful spirit with love.

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