June Gilfillan

june gilfillan

June 11, 1920 ~ June 20, 2017

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

June Gilfillan, born June 11, 1920, in Platteville, Colo. to Joy and Jenne (Stevens) Thompson. June is survived by sons, Donald Gilfillan of Loveland, and David Gilfillian of Lincoln, Neb.; granddaughter, Kathlynn Jackson of Colorado Springs; and-great grandson, Conner of Colorado Springs, and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by husband, John Gilfillan. She was a resident of Life Care of Pueblo, Colo., for several years. June received her Colorado Beauticians license shortly after graduating from high school. She later worked for Bachman's Office Supply store in Greeley. June enjoyed family trips to the mountains and gardening. She especially loved Iris flowers. Private service has been requested. June has requested cremation. Visitation may be made at the family plot in Mizpah Cemetery, Platteville, Colo. To extend condolences to the family, please send cards to: Montgomery & Steward, 1317 North Main Street, Pueblo, CO 81003 or online condolences at www.montgomerysteward.com Donations to the First United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 425, Platteville, CO 80651.

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  1. Hi Don and Dave, What a surprise to see your Mom’s obit in the paper this morning. My sincere sympathy. No matter how long and well a parent lived, it’s still a big deal to have to say good by. to one’s Mom or Dad.

    Your Mom and Dad’s names were very much household words as I grew up and I knew they were people my folks liked and cared about. And, of course, since you two got to spend quite a bit of your summer time with your Mom’s.folks in Platteville, we got acquainted, too.

    Since your Mom’s ashes will come to Platteville (I’m at the home place here), if you’re planning any time here, it would sure be fun to get to visit and catch up a bit – maybe have lunch – I’ll buy! Let me know..

    Best regards, and, again, my sympathy in the loss of your Mom.


  2. Gilly….I think of you often but now more than ever….you have lost someone dear to you…..may you find peace in you fondest memories….
    Sincere sympathy, Nan Walrath

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