Jacque Mullennix, 79, passed away Jan. 1, 2015. Survived by her husband, Richard 'Dick' Mullennix; daughters, Sarah Mullennix of Colorado Springs and Marty (Bruce) Schiffer of Fowler; daughter-in-law, Sandra Mullennix of Colorado Springs; grandchildren, Travis Schiffer, Taylor Schiffer, Jennifer Logue, Michael Mullennix, Christina Mullennix and Zachary Mullennix; and great-grandchild, Matthew Hanson. Preceded in death by her son, Scott Mullennix. Jacque was born to Harold and Pauline Ziegler on July 22, 1935, in Ottawa, Kan. Jacque was very civic minded. She was a member of Church of the Ascension. Founder of Campfire Girls of America in Pueblo and over 50 years of service, including two time president, of Assistance League Pueblo and Bargain Box. She served on the boards of Pueblo Children's Foundation, Pueblo Day Nursery, Ascension Preschool and Rosemount Museum. She was also a Blue Lady at Parkview Medical Center and a Grey Lady at Colorado State Hospital. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015, Church of the Ascension, 420 W. 18th St. Please omit flowers, memorials may be made to Church of the Ascension, 420 W. 18th St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Dick and Family,
    Jacque was truly an inspiration in my life. She
    graciously included me in many organizations and events. To name a few:
    Dance-a-Robix, New Born Hope
    and Rosemount Victorian Museum. I know she loved her family dearly and will be missed by all who knew her from years ago and now.
    \When someone you love becomes a memory

  2. Bless you all. Jacque and Dick introduced me to the love of my life in 1960. Maybe Joe and Jacque will meet in heaven.

  3. Dick & Family,
    Therese and myself are sorry to hear about the loss of Jacque. We are thinking of you in this time of need.
    Bill & Therese Klamm

  4. What a nice person to know. Always smiling and glad to be alive. She will be missed by all who she came into contact with.

  5. Dick and Family,
    We are so sorry to receive the sad news about your loss. Jacque was such a wonderful, caring wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She will be remembered for the love she showed to everyone. We will not be able to attend the service so send our prayers for strength during these difficult days and hope that in time you will all find peace and comfort in your hearts.
    With caring thoughts and sincere sympathy,
    Gordon and Helen Murley
    Pueblo, CO

  6. Dear Dick and Family
    Sheila and I are very sorry about the loss of our friend and your wife. We know she has had a tough time for while and we were hoping for the best. Maybe this is the best since she was sicker than most people new.
    You and I have been friends for a long time and we have been threw many things together and now we have one more to work out. So with that in mind please do not hesitate to call me for whatever you many need.
    We are sorry to say but we will be out of town this Saturday which cannot be changed and we will miss the ceremony.
    Please except our deepest sympathy and thoughts for you and your family.
    Sheila and Phil Pantleo

  7. Dear Dick and family, We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife, mother, & grandmother. It’s very hard to watch suffering but yet our selfish nature doesn’t want to let go either! Jacque was always a wonderful inspiration to us. Just know that you and your family are in our prayers.

  8. Dear Dick (and family), so sorry to hear of the loss of Jacque. You are in our thoughts and prayers. You and Jacque are such an important part of our family’s lives and especially dad who had you at the top of his short list. We are thinking of you.
    Ben Fredregill

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