Ethel M. Peters succumbed to her bout with cancer on Feb. 25, 2006. Survived by her loving husband, Owen 'Pete' Peters; children, Bonny (Dan) Edwards, Sharon (Bruce) McMullen, Denise Roberts, Barb Reed, Don Harris, Jack Reed, Cindy Gaskin, Oscar (Lisa) Peters, Annie Hoglen, Sandra (Mike) McDaniel, Tanya (Bill) Matthews; and sisters, Jackie Cables, Clara Merrill and Lillian (Larry) Becker. Also left to cherish her memory are many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, along with many friends from the U.S. Forest Service from where she retired in 1992. She loved fishing, the mountains and Colorado Rockies baseball team. She also loved her flowers in the yard. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, 2006, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Sr. Joan Hentges officiating. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Words can’t express my sorrow, Ethel was a great friend to me, we shared lots of laughs and tears together. I will miss my many talks with my dear friend. I was so glad to get the Peters family into my life when my son married MY SPECIAL daughter-in-law “SANDRA”. Much love to Pete and family and my God Bless you all in your hours of need. Love Joanie

  2. We were very sorry to here about your lose. She was a great lady, and she kept you in line OP. She will be remembered in our thoughts and prayers. Steve and Becky Curtis

  3. Pete and family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. Our girls always thoughtof you and Ethel as “Grandpa Pete and Grandma Ethel.” She was a great lady and will always be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Rich and Lori Paradiso

  4. Pete & family,
    Ethel was a very special lady to me as both friend and colleague. She will be missed by many, many people. She offered me her advice and counsel on a lot of occasions, and I was the better for it. Her good humor and practical approach to things was a joy to all who knew her. I shall never forget her. Best wishes to you all. Jack

  5. Pete

    Kay and I are so sorry for your lose. All are prayers are with you and your family at this trying time.

    Kay and Don Tatman

  6. Bonnie, Dan, Brad and family,
    Although it is hard to put in words, what hearts would like to say, thoughts of deepest sympathy, for the loss of your mother, go out to you today.

  7. O. P. AND FAMILY, MAY YOUR BEAUTIFUL WIFE , MOTHER, AND GRANDMOTHER REST IN PEACE AND WE ARE SURE SHE WILL BE SADLY MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW HER. SHE IS HOME NOW RESTING. LARRY AND LIBBY

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