Jeanne Munn Hickman

jeanne hickman

February 5, 1944 ~ July 14, 2022

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

Service for Jeanne Munn Hickman

Jeanne Munn Hickman, 78, died July 14, 2022, at Joni Fair Hospice House. She was born Feb. 5, 1944, in Pueblo, Colo., to Walter Wilson and Nedene Munn, who predeceased her. Also preceded in death by her husband, Tom. Survived by her son, Travis; nieces, nephews and many friends. Jeanne was a 1962 graduate of Centennial High School and a 1966 graduate of SCSC (CSU-Pueblo). She worked 20 years for the City of Pueblo, 7 years for SRDA and 7 years for the Pueblo Chieftain. Jeanne had been a friend of Bill W’s since 1976, a longtime member of the Three Point Club, Pueblo County Historical Society and Keep America Beautiful. She volunteered her time for many human service agencies. She enjoyed working for others, reading, gardening and spending time with family and friends. A joyful celebration of her life will be 11 a.m. July 29, 2022, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. A donation, in her memory, to the Three Point Club or Pueblo County Historical Society will be appreciated. Online condolences,


Memorial Service: July 29, 2022 11:00 am

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


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  1. Dear Trav — Your Mom was such an important part of my life – She was committed to service of others and made a difference to an amazing number of women. We will all miss here — and all share great memories of her and you – for years, where she was, you were! Please accept my condolences – with love – Phyllis King

  2. You were always there to pick me up when I was down. You were the best sponsor I could have ever asked for. I always looked forward to your new year’s eve parties to see you. I will miss you.

  3. Jeanne was a very good friend and sponsor. She will be greatly missed and my heart goes out to Travis.

  4. Aunt Jeanne,

    I’ll always remember how you ended your notes and cards with “Love and Light”. These two words were a wonderful representation of you. I hope you know how much you meant to me and always will! I will miss you and your wonderful smile so much! You touched so many lives and helped countless people when they were struggling or lost. You are loved dearly and will be missed by so many! Love you always!

    Debbie Barham (Munn)

  5. Jeanne was my coworker at the City and always would take time to listen as a friend. I was glad to have known her and work with her. My condolences to Trav and the family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May she rest in peace.

  6. Jeanne was a veteran reporter at The Chieftain when I walked in as a part-timer in McClatchey’s sports department in ‘71.
    She and husband Tom were fine journalists and even better human beings. RIP

  7. Jeanne was one of the original cast of characters during the Richard E. Pavlik “era” at Southern Colorado State College. As a freshman, Jeanne was always there to help aspiring mass comm students at SCSC. She was a great listener and provided great insight for me as I entered the world of communication. RIP Jeanne!

  8. My condolences to the family on the loss of a great gal. She was a help to me in the past, and just fun to be around., Fond memories of her will live on.

  9. Jan Hausman
    Oh Jeanne, too many wonderful, crazy memories, to name just one. You were always there for me, and I doubt I would be here today without you! I will try to keep passing it on. I love you!

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