Judy Marie Hibler, 48, of Pueblo, Colorado, passed away Aug. 3, 2009. Survived by her loving husband, Marc Hibler; children, Scott Hibler , Natasha Hibler and Nicole Hibler; father, Ronald Olschefski; two sisters, Dona Olschefski and Lynn Ware; two brothers, Kurt Olschefski and Carl Olschefski; and special nephew, Tommy Ware. Also survived by her father-in-law and mother-in-law, John and Barbara Hibler; and sister-in-law, Traci (Dave) Hampton. Preceded in death by her mother, Dalphine Olschefski; and two brothers. Judy was born March 1, 1961, in St. Clair Shores, Mich. She graduated from CSU-P. Judy and Marc married on Aug. 23, 1987. Judy worked for Mount Carmel Credit Union and was a co-owner, along with her husband, of All Risk Insurance. Judy's primary focus was on her children; their education and their quality of life. She volunteered for many of her children's school activities and was active with the Homeowners' Association. She was also a member of Ascension Episcopal Church. Judy was an avid Denver Broncos and Denver Nuggets fan, and enjoyed attending their games. Her dynamic personality made her a best friend to those who knew her. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, 2009, at Ascension Episcopal Church, 18th and Grand, with the Rev. Andrew McMullen officiating. Followed by the inurnment at Ascension Episcopal Columbarium. Those who are attending the service, please wear purple in honor of Judy. Please omit flowers, as they are not allowed in the church. Memorials may be made to the Hibler Children Education Fund, through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Marc
    I cant amagine the pain involved in losing your soulmate. Once when you broke you broke your ankle playing basketball i guess you could reason an approximate. I remember you told me there was a zone of traotanscendencemdence where the pain became pleasure. I know that is not possible with a soulmate. I know that pain is umexpressa7ble. I aDm sorrPGDry for yur loss. Sincerely a lost friend. Scott

  2. Dear Marc, Scott, Natasha and Nicole: I lost touch with Judy sometime ago…but she was always my childhood best friend at heart. I’ll never forget her, our school days were a part of my life that I will always remember. My friend I will always hold close the times we share together. She loves you all and is very proud of her family. Just hold on to all the wonderful memories you made together and she will always be in your hearts God Bless

  3. I read of your loss and wanted to send a note of sympathy. In reading of Judy’s life and all that she enjoyed especially her children and the focus of education and quality of life one can see what a wonderful example she was to all. I have shared with others two wonderful scriptures that give much comfort especially at times like these. 2 Cor. 1:3, 4 which speaks of “the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation.” and Isaiah 51:12 “I – I myself am the One that is comforting you people.” I believe we can treasure the wonderful memories and I know you have many of Judy. A loving wife, mother, sister, daughter-in-law, and friend to many. Please be assured that you are in the thoughts of many.

  4. Marc, the last time I saw Judy was at Applebees restaurant several months ago. She always seemed so happy. I’ll never forget the warm, and happy feeling I had just being around her. Our college days were a part of my life that I will always cherish. As the maid of Honor in my wedding, and my dear friend I will always hold close the times we had together. May the Lord be close to you and your children during this difficult time.

    Jacqueline Ciancio (Flores)

  5. Dear Marc, Scott, Natasha and Nicole: Its been so long since I have seen you all…I lost touch with Judy sometime ago…but she was always a dear friend at heart. I will always remember her beautiful smile, hearty laugh and her friendship. We had so many fun times together…seems as only yesterday. How she loved you all and so very proud of each of you. I loved when she would stop by my house after a day at the park with you Scott, Natasha and Nicole…what beautiful toddlers you were. Even though it had been so many years since we had chatted my heart aches and I miss her…you see as long as we know each other is near…we keep on with our busy lives, we are okay…but knowing she has gone home to heaven…it hurts, knowing she isn’t near. I’m so happy you have each other as well as your extended family…and all the wonderful memories as I do. I know you’ll always have her close to your heart as I always will. God Bless each of you! Love Gerri

  6. John, Barbara, Marc,Scott,Natasha and Nicole,

    We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  7. Marc,Scott,Natasha and Nicole,
    We are deeply saddened to hear of Judy’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and a terrific mom. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you. The Rastrelli family

  8. Marc, Scottie, Natasha & Nicole. We are sorry for your loss. Judy was and always will be remembered as such an awesome Mom, Wife and Friend. Words cannot describe the pain you’re all feeling. We are always here for you. We pray to God to help you all through this trying time.
    With Deepest Sympathy
    Love The Teem Family

  9. Scott, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I know your mom had to have been a wonderful person by just knowing you. Just know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers and if you need anything at school please let me know.

  10. To All the Hibler Family:
    With sincere sympathy to a beautiful family. May the peace of the Lord give you comfort at this time. No words can express our sorrow and sadness. We feel blessed to have known such a terrific lady for such a short time.

  11. Sorry for the loss of your love one. I know how hard it is on the family to have a love one go through the sufering she did.

  12. Marc,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Judy is beautiful. I hope you and your family find a bit of comfort in remembering the wonderful times you have had together and knowing that there are so many people out there who love you.

  13. My heart goes out to you and the children, Marc. I never had the opportunity to meet the lovely Judy but know through those that have what a lovely woman she was and a wonderful Mom. If there is anything Matt and I can do, we’re here for you.

  14. I was so very sorry to hear of Mrs. Hibler’s passing. She was a wonderful mother as it was evident in the three wonderful children she had. I had the opportunity to know the girls while at Heaton and the opportunity to work with her while she was on the PTSO. I will remember her for her kindness and how her girls loved her so very much.

  15. I’m terribly sorry for your loss, Marc. If you ever need anything, even though I am so far away I’m always here. Our doors are always open for you & your family. You have been a standup friend and I am proud to say that you are my friend. Much love, renee cain.

  16. Judy and Marc gave me the honor of photographing their family several times. Judy was a lovely mother, and such fun to work with. She will be missed. All my best wishes to the family.

  17. I had the opportunity of volunteering at Heaton Middle School with Judy. She was a great example to me. I learned a lot from her. Our thoughts and prayers are with her husband and children.

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