November 1, 1929 ~ May 28, 2020

Born in: Wheeler, Texas
Resided in: Pueblo West, Colorado

Maurine Lane, 90, of Pueblo West, Colorado, formerly of Amarillo, died Thursday, May 28, 2020. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and great-great-grandmother. Viewing will be at Montgomery Steward Funeral Home, 1317 N Main Street, Pueblo, Colorado on Tuesday, June 2, 1:00 pm-5:00 pm. A second viewing will be at LaGrone-Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Home, 8310 S Coulter Street, Amarillo, Texas, Thursday, June 4, from 1:00 pm-5:00 pm. A graveside service and interment will be at 1 pm, Friday, June 5, 2020 at Memory Gardens, 14200 I-27, Amarillo, Texas. Pastor Tedd Mathis of Pueblo West Baptist Church will officiate. A celebration of Maurine’s life will tentatively be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 15, 2020, at Pueblo West Baptist Church, 180 E. Croyden Dr., in Pueblo West, Colorado; Pastor Tedd Mathis will officiate. Maurine was born November 1, 1929, in Wheeler, Texas to K.V. Willard and Gertie Hazle Willard. She was a housewife, seamstress, and food service worker for many years. She and her husband, Glynn, were charter members of Bolton Street Baptist Church, Amarillo, Texas. (She is now a member of Pueblo West Baptist Church in Colorado.) She was preceded in death by her husband, Glynn Lane after 63 years of marriage; her parents; a sister, Anne Mason; a daughter, Glennis Maurine Bailey; and a grandson, Scott Elwyn Lane. Survivors include two sons, Terry Lane and his wife, Patti of Pueblo West., Colorado, and Benny Lane and his wife, Becky of Pueblo West, Colorado; two brothers, KV Willard and his wife, Suzanne of Seguin, Texas, and Charles Willard and his wife, Carol of Houston, Texas; five grandchildren, Kay and her husband, Jeffrey Gardner of Salina, Kansas, Colleen and her husband, Mark Mittag of Glendale, Wisconsin, David Lane and his wife, Cyndi of Castle Rock, Colorado, Glynn Stafford Lane of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Benny Samuel Lane and his wife, Lisa of San Clemente, California; thirteen great-grandchildren, Kury-Lynn (husband, Brad), Darby (wife, Anna), Alexandra, Charlotte, Nadine, Ella, Seamus, Benjamin, Hazel, Daniel, Scott, Sylas, and Shawn; and three great-great-grandchildren, Gavin, Tessa, and Jace. The family suggests memorials be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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Viewing: June 2, 2020 1:00 pm - June 2, 2020 5:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Maureen was such a sweet, fun person. She and Glen were our neighbors on the mountain. We haven’t got to go regularly for some years but every time we did go I made a point of stopping to say hi to Maureen. She welcomed me with a hug and smile every time I saw her. Our prayers for her family.

  2. CandleImageMaurine was such a sweet and spunky lady! She was kind to me from the moment we met and I’m glad I got to spend time with her at our mountain these last few years. I will miss her. We all will miss her. . . 💕

  3. Enjoyed reading about your mom. Wondering if Alicias grandad cb Witt taught your mom in wheeler as he was a teacher in wheeler in the 30s? Love and prayers!

  4. My memories of Maurine, her late husband Glynn and family go way back to 1960. I was stationed at Amarillo AFB, Texas at that time fresh out of basic training. I was fortunate enough to spend my entire time in that area and found a family that made me felt welcome and allowed me to be part of their life. Maurine was a great cook, loving wife and mother. Her and Glynn and Glennis along with Terry and Benny filled the gap that a young airman away from home with a family life that was missing. Maurine continued to set an example of service to others and lived a life filled with love and faith. She was called home to be with those who have since past from this life. And I hope some day we will meet again.

  5. A sweeter lady could never be found. Sweet Maurine how I miss you and how l will always remember you. We will miss you in the back row of Church. That is what you told me last time I talked with you is you wanted to get to church and sit with us in the back row of Church. We will remember you each time we sit there.Knowing you are at peace and free from pain is a blessing. God has a beautiful, sweet,caring angel with him now. Rest in peace Sweet Maurine.

  6. CandleImageMy prayers are with everyone. Sending hugs from Missouri.
    Chris,Dedra, Cierra Pugh
    Richard, Katie and Chevy Cox

  7. CandleImageSweet,Sweet Maurine. I am going to miss you so much. You have been a light in our lives. Praying for the family. Maurine and I had a lunch date planned after she was well enough to go out. Guess we’ll be having lunch at the Lord’s table. Love you Dear Sister. Carol Waldenmeyer.

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