January 9, 1945 ~ November 25, 2019

Born in: Lamar, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Esther Lee (Bock) Geier, a long-time resident of the Pueblo area, died Monday, Nov. 25, 2019.  Esther loved to travel, it didn’t matter if it was a car trip to Yellow Stone or to Italy. She loved new places and experiences and enjoyed sharing them with her family and friends. She was a master gardener, who’s front yard would actually “stop traffic” and have people ask, “what flower is that?” She made anyone who came to visit feel at home, and it didn’t matter if it was a simple BBQ or something, she “Food Networked up”, everyone knew a meal at Esther’s was going to be great.

Esther was an incredible Mother, Grandmother, Mother-in-law, Aunt, and friend. Anyone who knew her will never forget her strength, kindness, sense of humor and beautiful personality.

She is survived by her husband, Pete; children, Shelley, Nick and Terri Geier; daughter-in-law and granddaughters, Kim, Kaitlynn and Hailey Geier; son-in-law, Trevor Craig; and numerous family and friends.

In lieu of services, a private function will be held in the spring. Donations may be made to National Kidney Foundation (kidney.org) or Sangre de Cristo Hospice & Palliative Care Joni Fair Hospice House (sangre.org) in her name. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. My heart goes out to the family. I know how dearly she is loved and will be missed. I enjoyed listening to Terri talk about all their adventures and seeing them in cripple creek. Esther was so friendly and made you feel as if you’ve known her forever. I will keep the family in prayer and send my love. Terri, may the Lord give you peace my friend.

  2. Esther was the most amazing stand-in grandma for me as I grew up. She taught me a love for reading always gifting me classic novels including my all-time favorite, Heidi. I remember picking strawberries in her yard and playing with her vintage Barbies. Esther was a beautiful soul. I am heartbroken to hear of her passing. Sending Love and prayers to you all.

  3. I personally did not know Esther but, my thoughts are with the family. I hope you can find comfort where I too have found in the past, 2 Cor. 1:4 “Who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trail with the comfort that we receive from God.”

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