Marjorie Kay Stillman's sunset was May 7, 2019. Kay leaves behind her son, Ken and his wife Dana; and her favorite grandchildren, Gwyneth and Zinn. She is also survived by her brother, JohnCooper and his wife Katie and their children Jack and Carrie. Kay was born March 24, 1942, to Kenith and Marjorie Cooper. She graduated from Centennial High and Western State College. She met Mike Stillman at Centennial and they married in 1965. Mike preceded her in death in 2003. Always filled with energy and optimism, Kay has been very active in local and national politics. Whether it be volunteering for philanthropies like Service League, Junior League, P.E.O. or donating her time and talent to organizations like Channel 8 Auction, Rosemount Museum, El Pueblo Museum, Pueblo Zoo, Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, and the Pueblo Symphony, Kay always brought an abundance of elegance, charm, determination, humor, and a 'can-do' attitude with her. Kay worked for the Pueblo Auto Dealers Association until 2018. Kay's many friends will miss her for her love of animals, artistic talent, and ability to brighten up a room. Although gone, Kay will live in our hearts forever. There will be no service. Donations may be made in her honor to the Pueblo Zoo, 3455 Nuckolls Ave, Pueblo 81005. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I met Kay thru Míke and found her quite an interesting person. Notably a local lady who did great in life and was full of life. She told me that one of her earliest thrills was getting a new GTO mid 60’s convertible. How cool. At any rate I had a unique connection w Mike and Kay as I worked for Luria Bros also back in the 70-80’s w Mike. He shares my birthday November 8 by 11 years earlier and their son is Ken my name. So sorry to learn of both Mike and Kay’s passing. Best thoughts for the family. Warmest regard. Ken Mueller. Scottsdale Az.

  2. CandleImageI just ran across this obituary for my cousin, Kay. I am sorry to find out that she passed last year. We had not seen each other in many years but I have fond memories of her from childhood when I lived in Colorado and our families would get together. Rest in peace, Kay.

  3. Very sorry to hear of Kay’s passing. She was so important to the Pueblo community and supported the Pueblo Auto Dealers Association. She was always jolly, helpful, engaged and informed. Kay consistently wore a smile and a friendly greeting and update. She will missed. Indeed she already is.

  4. I am so sad to hear of Kay’s death. She was a wonderful person, and such a dear friend. We didn’t see each other often, but when I visited Colorado, Kay and I would pick up right where we left off, sharing news of family and friends, trading recipes, and just enjoying one another’s company. I will truly miss her. She was devoted to Kenny and Dana, and adored the grandchildren, and I know that love was completely reciprocated.

    My sincerest sympathy to all.

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