Marjorie D. Becker passed away August 29, 2011. Preceded in death by her husband of 41 years, Clayton A. Becker and by a son, Dudley Robert Becker. Survived by sons, David Allison (Cynthia) Becker and Kevin Meade (Betty Kay) Becker; grandchildren, Erin Allison Sawyer, Quinn Dobson Sawyer, Kathryn Meade (Harper) Abbot, Laurin Marie Becker, and by several great-grandchildren. Also survived by a niece, Sandy Eames, and a nephew, Ken Becker. Born June 13, 1923, in Dodge City, Kan., Marjorie was a member of the Centennial High School class of 1940, attended Ward Belmont College in Nashville, Tenn. and graduated in 1944 from the University of Colorado in Boulder. Member of the First Presbyterian Church, the BQ chapter of PEO and other local service organizations. Services will be private. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. The family prefers that flowers be omitted and suggests that memorials be made to the American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org), the Alzheimer's Association (www.alz.org) or to El Pueblo (www.elpueblokids.org). Donations may also be made through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. David and Cyndy: I am sorry to learn of the death of your mother, Marjorie Becker, and want to extend my sympathy to you. I was acquainted with her through PEO.

  2. Heartfelt wishes and lots of love for my Nana….
    Your travel and adventure stories all through my childhood gave me a wanderlust and a desire to criss-cross the world. I hope your journey continues in peace and tranquility. You were a wonderful grandmother and I miss you dearly.

  3. Heartfelt blessings for the dearest lady.
    I met Marjorie & Clayton in 1967 and they were the most wonderful grandparents to my children. I cherish these years of memories, youth, love and dearly miss both of them. To the ‘sweet lady in pink’, slipway and rest now. with fondess always, Amanda Sawyer
    A cyber rose —–/—–(@

  4. I was saddened to learn of Marjorie’s passing. I immensely enjoyed my time with her. She had a great sense of humor and was always patient and courteous with eveyone. These last few years have been difficult, and I know she is in a better place now.

    I will hold Marjorie in my prayers.

    Mt deepest sympathy for you and your family.

    My condolences, Amparo Moran

  5. I was saddened to learn of Marjorie’s passing. I immensely enjoyed my time with her. She had a great sense of humor and was always patient and courteous with eveyone. These last few years have been difficult, and I know she is in a better place now.

    I will hold Marjorie in my prayers.

    Mt deepest sympathy for you and your family.

    My condolences, Amparo Moran

  6. David, Cindy & family – so sorry to hear about your mom. She was always such a special lady to our family. May God envelope you in His peace and comfort.

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