January 23, 1949 ~ November 28, 2021

Born in: Laramie, WY
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Ida Casias Landis, 72, passed away on November 28, 2021. Survived by daughter, Jacqueline Landis; grandchildren, Morgan (Shane) Bolsey, Taylor Battaglia and Avery Battaglia; great-grandchild, Luna Battaglia; siblings, Helen McCormack, Frank Casias, Maxine Simental, Elias Watson, Jr. and Bonnie Alfaro; and “special daughter,” Stephany Landis. Preceded in death by her mother, Helen Watson; and sister, Loretta Arellano. Ida was born on January 23, 1949, in Laramie, Wyo. She served in the United States Army and retired from the United States Postal Service. Ida enjoyed sewing, crocheting and gardening. At her request, no services. Final resting place, Pikes Peak National Cemetery.

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline

Photo Gallery

Guestbook

  1. CandleImageJacqueline, I found out a few days ago about your mothers passing. I worked with your mother at the Belmont Post Office. We sure did have some fun times working together. I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

  2. CandleImageJackie my deepest condolences go out to you and your family. When my Aunt Cindy called me last night to tell me about your mom we both were crying. I don’t know if I ever told you about the time when your mom wanted to sleep in her bed I told her that was a bad idea but she insisted anyway so she started to fall so I broke her from falling any harder so she tells me call the fire department they will help me get me up I told her no they will bill you and it’s 1 a.m. in the morning. So I went told her I will be right back I went and got a sheet we got her onto the sheet and I drove her through the house to the back door where you had had the handrails installed on the door and that’s how we got her up that night. At the time it wasn’t funny but after it was all said and done with we sat there and laughed it was funny after all. Rest in peace Ida you got your wings no more hurting no more pain

  3. CandleImageJackie!
    My deepest condolences! I know what’s it like to loose your mother! I’m here for you if you ever need me! God bless and comfort you always! Your a strong woman, so I know you’ll be alright! Love Paula

  4. CandleImageOh my Ida Ida Sunshine. I will miss you. I wish I could of seen you on last time. May you run the streets of Gold until we meet up again.

  5. CandleImageMy Dearest sister…So so much memories we had to share..All what sisters do. Laugh,cry,talk for ever cry more…She never ran out of tears…Disagree,agree. Admire our talents and she had many! Her baking was the best! Like my niece said “thats her time to shine”…when she bakes…Her love of “music”. Such a “beautiful voice” we’d all share “you have to here her sing..! She could of been a singer. Her “art so so beautiful…She could have been an Artist…Her sewing….better then store baught..One talent I’ll keep close to my heart..her last days unable to talk but when I told her”I love you so much Ida. . She made sure she said “I love you too.

  6. CandleImageAunt Ida,
    I remember your house in the Belmont area and your 1st home in Pueblo West. I believe that is the last place we all had Thanksgiving dinner with Grandma. You were full of emotion and very honest. You spoke your mind, I will always remember and love you for that.

  7. CandleImageI love you grandma Ida!
    You did an amazing job raising Jackie, she loves you so much and she is so strong! She’s an amazing mom and an incredibly strong woman and will forever continue to always do her best for her family. Thank you for always loving us! I know you’re up there with Jesus pain free and smiling down on your family!
    Rest In Peace Grandma Ida♥️

  8. CandleImageLove you. ..
    Your voice and how you spoke reminded me of comfort when I was a kid. I always thought you had such a beautiful voice. From Terri and myself, we love you and thank you for these last couple of years getting to know you a little bit more.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook