Margaret M. Wyndle, 89, passed away Jan. 23, 2008. Survived by her husband of 66 years, Patrick A. Wyndle; sons, Patrick E. (Colleen) Wyndle of Salisburg, NC and Gerald (Patricia) Wyndle of Winter Park, Fla.; sister, Josephine Diodosio of Pueblo; grandchildren, Patrick Wyndle, Michelle Taulbee, Lisa Fox and Tonya Kutchenriter; four great-grandchildren; special great-niece, Kim Diodosio; and numerous loving nieces and nephews. Margaret was born May 10, 1918, in Pueblo. She was a loving wife and mother. Family and children were very important to her. She was a member of Shrine of St. Therese. Viewing one hour before the funeral Mass at the church. Funeral mass, 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, 2008, at Shrine of St. Therese, 300 Goodnight Ave., with the Reverend Father Liam Courtney as celebrant. Entombment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made Shrine of St. Therese. Online condolences,

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  1. My Precious Little Nana,
    Oh Nana, You couldn’t possibly have know how much you meant to us, you were like our own little Angel here on earth. You provided us with so many loving memories that you so unselfishly gave to us. You were just so perfect in every way, always knowing everyone’s heart. You were such a blessing to all who knew you, your loved shined through in everything that you did. You were always there for us, forever loving and continually praying. Thank you so much for being the most wonderful Nana to me, and for blessing me with such a wonderful dad. I can see you in him in so many ways. Your loss is so tragic to us, but is Heaven’s gain. We will greatly cherish all the memories that you gave to us, for they will be etched in our hearts forever. You are loved and missed so so much!! With all my heart and love, your Granddaughter, Michelle (Wyndle) Taulbee

  2. My Dear Little Nana,
    As we shed our tears and mourn your devastating loss, we recall your loving and dignified personality and sophisticated sense of style that embodied the family treasure that was our Nana. Always one who exuded joy and a true appreciation of life, your love and friendship enriched all who knew you. Nana, your actions and words were saint-like (indeed, you were our own little Saint Nana), and the times spent with you provide us all with a treasure of loving memories. Your endearing nature touched our hearts, and you were the best Nana a grandchild could ever have. I’ll never forget your sweet nature, the love you showed me, the great father you provided me with, or even the sweet little inflection of your voice. You will never know how much you touched our lives, and how much you were loved. You will be forever in our hearts, forever cherished, and constantly missed. Oh Nana, I loved you so much, we all did.
    Your Loving Grandson, Patrick

  3. My Dear, Dear Nana~
    Words can not even begin to express the deep love we have for you. Heaven was smiling the day you came to be with the Lord. Thank you for raising such a wonderful son and giving me us the best dad possible. You have touched so many people’s lives and without ever knowing it! I will continue to treasure the times we spent together. Love always and forever…. until we met again! Love, Tonya (Wyndle) Kutchenriter

  4. Pat, I’m so sorry to hear of the loss of you Mom. Recently I found our 8th grade class picture from St. Therese. It sure brought back good memories. Your Mom was a beautiful lady.

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