November 8, 1925 ~ May 15, 2021

Born in: Boulder, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Service for Druscilla C. Luers:

Druscilla C. Luers, 95, born November 8, 1925, in Boulder, Colo. passed away May 15, 2021, with her family by her side in Pueblo, Colo. She was born to Herbert and Almeda Cope, was an only child who was quiet and studious. Her father owned a candy store in Boulder. The family moved to Denver around 1932, where she attended Denver South High School and Denver University where she met Harold Luers. They married and lived on a farm, then moved to Fountain, then Canon City while they were starting a family. They went back to Denver with four children and settled into raising a family. She became a 4th grade teacher at Dupont Elementary and did some library work. Before she retired she went back to school and obtained a Master’s Degree in Library Science. Druscilla loved traveling, gardening, playing piano and clarinet. She and Harold ministered in nursing homes together until he died in 2002. Most of all she loved her Lord and her Bible. She was ready to slip into eternity. Druscilla had four children; 13 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.  Funeral service, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 1, 2021, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Entombment, Mountain View Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Rocky Mountain Family Church, 1700 Horseshoe Drive, Pueblo, CO 81001. Online condolences,


Funeral Service: June 1, 2021 10:30 am

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003


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  1. CandleImageGrandma, it’s going to take some time for me to move through this. I haven’t even begun. I loved you so much for so many reasons. Thank you for showing me and all of us how to live a life that’s worthwhile. For teaching me the importance of discipline, commitment and faith. For having been such a steadfast individual while never making me feel judged when my actions diverged from a choice you would have made. (I realize some people may feel otherwise but that was MY experience with you! LOL) I am so sad I won’t get to have late night conversations with you anymore. You were always so much fun to chat with. I’ve never met an older person like you. You were extraordinarily fun, sharp as a tack and sassy. Thank you for so, so, so much. Thank you for my legacy through my own lineage… know what I’m talking about Grandma. Just thank you. I love you.

  2. Thank you Mom for all of the life lessons, the fun times we had traveling with you, and the closeness that came when you moved back to Colorado. We will see you soon! Love, Paul and Sue

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