Mara Roberts

mara roberts

August 21, 1948 ~ May 21, 2016

Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

Mara Roberts. Survived by her husband, Jack Roberts of Pueblo West; and son, Aleks Berzins of Denver. Service 2 p.m. Thursday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Those who desire may make donations in her memory to the funeral home to help defer expenses.

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  1. Mara Roberts was a true patriot, who loved her country, loved Jesus, and loved the conservative movement as a leader of many tea-party events. So privileged to have walked with her these past few years. In Jesus’ name, “Dr. Chaps” Gordon James Klingenschmitt

  2. I was extremely fortunate to have known the wonderful patriot Mara Roberts as a friend and ally, along with her terrific husband Jack, and I am stunned by and am grieving her loss. I came to Colorado on several occasions to speak to groups of patriots, and Mara was always an enormous help. She was a warm, friendly and kind person with an excellent sense of humor. But she was also fierce in her commitment to the Constitution, the rule of law, US sovereignty, and transparent government. She was passionate about all these things, and she brought a powerful intelligence to her advocacy. She was a model of civic virtue and of love of country. We have all suffered a great loss. I will mourn the loss of her friendship as well as her untiring efforts on behalf of our beloved country.
    I join my other colleagues at the Center for Immigration Studies in solidarity with Jack during this time of grief and with her friends and fellow warriors in Colorado in mourning the loss of this remarkable woman.
    Rest in peace, dear friend.
    I will miss you.
    Dr. Stephen Steinlight
    Senior Policy Analyst
    Center for Immigration Studies
    1629 K Street, N.W., Suite 600
    Washington, DC 20006

  3. A Patriotic voice has been silenced. A watchman on the wall has perished. Our
    hearts are broken; is there no Balm of Gilead? There is a changing of the guard; who will take up the battle? She treasured our Nation and fought the good fight; then, why has not the people been revived? She raised up the standard; who will replace her? ‘None,’� I say. ‘There is no one.’�

    My prayers go out to Mara Roberts family and friends. I became friends with Mara through the patriotic gatherings. We were sisters in the cause. Always encouraging me, she brought me to Pueblo several times to speak at on various issues at those meetings. While we will miss her, she is rejoicing in heaven and I would not change that for anything. Thank you, Mara. Now, rest in peace, brave warrior.

  4. It is with heavy heart I send my condolences to Jack, son Aleks, and all those who knew and loved Mara.

  5. Mara, child of God, inheritor of the universe has gone to her reward.
    We are diminished, she is magnified. Blessed is the name of The Lord.

  6. The Lord’s gain, but our loss. R.I.P. but we know you will be watching and helping out the Lord with his work down here! Thanks for all you have done!!

  7. I am deeply saddened. Mara’s light left a footprint on my soul. Her love of truth and liberty was refreshing and I always looked forward to our conversations. I pray for peace and comfort for family and friends in this time of loss.

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