Dollie Mae (Clift) Childers

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October 24, 1933 ~ May 25, 2021

Born in: Fresno, CA
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Dollie Mae (Clift) Childers, 87, passed away May 25, 2021. Survived by children, Sherry Childers-Maisel, Gordon Childers, Jr., Valorie Childers and Harry Spencer Childers II; grandchildren, Shannon, Rylon, Bobby, Michael, Christian, Lauren, Emily, Joshlyn, Hannah, Mickayla and Nicholas; 22 great-grandchildren; brothers, Lyle L. (Linda) Clift and Barney N. (Suzanne) Clift; numerous nieces and nephews; and many extended family and friends. Preceded in death by parents, William Earl and Dana G. (Long) Clift. Dollie was born October 24, 1933, in Fresno, Calif. Graduated from Clovis High School, started working at the phone company and retired from the phone company. She loved crafts and making things with her grandchildren, homemade Christmas decoration and gifts for each child, grandchild and great-grandchildren. Every Christmas was magical. She loved to sing, play the piano and organ and won ribbons for her reproduction porcelain dolls. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Celebration of life, 1:30 p.m. Sunday, June 13, 2021, at Pueblo City Park. Online condolences,


Life Celebration: June 13, 2021 1:30 pm

Pueblo City Park
600-2458 Carlile Ave
Pueblo, CO 81005

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  1. My grandma will be dearly missed! My birthday every year she would call and sing happy birthday. I will never forget that ! & her smell. Her contagious laugh. The amazing stories she had to tell. The Christmas goodies đź’› I miss you so much Grandma chew chew! Please watch over us. I love you so much!! You are missed so much

  2. Lynn & Linda I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember how nice Dollie was to me and the great smile she always shared. Truly, she will be missed by a great many family members.

  3. My Great Aunt Dollie was one of a kind. She had a huge heart and was so creative. She could make anything out of nothing. I have so many wonderful memories with her. I will always cherish them. She loved her family and life dearly. She will be missed by so many people. I will always have her in my heart, and know she is looking out for us. I love you and miss you so so much Aunt Dollie. Give Grandpa Earl and Grandma Dana a big hug for me.

  4. Dollie will be missed by so many people. Bud and I included. I still remember the first time I met my sister-in-law. She was bigger than life -I had heard so much about her from Lynn and Bud. I was so nervous. Over the next 50+years she became my sister and we loved her so much. We will miss her laugh, her humor and our visits.

  5. My heartfelt sympathy to Sherry, Shannon and your family. Though we have lost touch over these many years, I have thought of you often and am so sorry for the loss you are feeling. My deepest condolences.

    Lois Conatore-Houpe

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