Jennifer Reneé Gregor, 37, of Pueblo, Colorado, transcended this life peacefully from the comfort of her home, surrounded by her family, on June 16, 2006. She will be missed deeply by her husband, Rich; three children, Richie, Wes and Hanna; along with being missed by numerous friends, a lot of whom were co-workers of many years. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Whenever I needed someone to talk to, You Were Always There. My eyes filled with tears, my heart filled with pain, and You Were Always There. There was no time when I had doubt to come to you, because You Were Always There. I could see in your eyes you wanted to help, and that you really cared. Whenever I was down and blue, You Were Always There. No matter my problems, or what was wrong, You Were Always There. Whenever I felt like nothing matters, You Were Always There. Now you’re gone, and I don’t know what do do. I close my eyes and think of you, and how You Were Always There. It’s hard to look at the pictures, and get memories of you. Can you hear me now? At night I pray, and I speak to you. I guess you were right when you told me no matter how far you were, You Would Always Be There. I know one day I’ll see you again, but till then I have to say goodbye. One thing I will always say is You Were Always There.

    Thank you Jenny, for being the best friend to me all those years growing up together. I will miss you dearly.

  2. Our dear sweet Jenny will live on
    forever in our hearts and minds.
    She was one of God’s sweetest
    creations. Although we had to say goodbye to her here on Earth, I’m
    sure she was welcomed with love and
    rejoicing in Heaven Our deepest
    sympathies to the family and friends
    she left behind.

    Ron and Ann Bischoff
    Howey-in-the-Hills, FL

  3. I had the privelege of working with Jennifer at the library. She was the most kind individual I’ve ever met – never a harsh word about anyone or anything. May she rest in peace and help guide her children from up above. My deepest sympathies to her family, they’re in my prayers.

  4. I worked with Jennifer at the public library. I knew her to be the most gentle, kind person I ever met. She was deeply caring and empathetic. My heart goes out to her husband, children and family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  5. I will miss her greatly. I am so glad to hear that Jenny has finally made it to a better world. The struggle had been a hard one. If you need anything please let me know.

  6. My deepest sympathy to Rich, Richie, Wesley and Hanna. Jennifer was a very loving person. I will miss her smiling face and soft voice. Her friendship meant so much through out the years. Thank you all for for being part of our volunteer program at the library. Please continue to come and see me, I will always be here for all of you and forever hold the memories of Jennifer in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you and may God bless you all.

  7. I worked with Jennifer at Pueblo Extended Care Center/IHS of Pueblo on and off for many years. Jennifer was a wonderful therapist and was loved by many here at our facility. I found her a joy to work with, and could always count on her to help out in a pinch. I will miss her, and her sweet disposition. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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