Nancy E. Griffith-Casey, 70, of Pueblo, Colo. passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 6, 2018. Born March 11, 1948, in Pueblo, Colo to the late Henry James Griffith and Audrey Earlene Griffith and one brother, James Griffith of Tulsa, Okla. She is survived by her three daughters, Bobbie E. Trujillo of Pueblo, Shannon Casey of Colorado Springs and Bonny L. Casey of Denver; grandchildren, Nicole D. Casey, Kayla G. Ward, Zachary B. Rogers, Alexis R. Trujillo and Aya I. Correa; great-grandchildren, Drakelous Ward, Draven Ward and Asliynn Ward; nieces and nephews, Joe Praper, Becky Martin, Sue Wright and Jack Martin; cousins, Donna Martino Leffler, Mary Lou Gallegos and Paula Belden. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. At her request, no viewing or services. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Sorry to read about your Mother passing away. I worked with her at Midtown Grove until they closed. She was a very thougtful Lady. She also knew my Husband Keith when they were younger. Prayers are with you all. Linda Mills

  2. So sorry Bobbie, Shannon and Bonny. This is probably one of the hardest times in your life. May God be with you every moment to comfort you knowing that your mom is at peace. Aunt Nancy was a true ROCK in our family and to others. She taught many women to be strong, independent and honest to themselves. We will all carry her with us as we face life’s challenges. I know it’s hard to have her gone and not here with us but she is no longer suffering. She and mom are smoking and enjoying each others company once again. Time to celebrate her life and what she share with each one of use. She certainly made me a better person. God Bless

  3. Hi girls I’m so sorry for the loss of your Mom , she was a special lady and very dear to me. Stay strong and remember the good times. All our Love Bill and Kay

  4. We would like to express our most sincere condolences to all involved in Nancy’s life. She was a friend to us here at the Mesa Towers Apts for a good number of years. Always friendly and ready to laugh, but tough to the core when needed. RIP Nancy, Maria and I will remember you fondly.

  5. So many wonderful memories of Nancy from when we were young. We love you Nancy. Our thoughts are with you, girls.

  6. Bobbie, Shannon and Bonny, I am very sorry for the loss of your momma. Please know that you girls were the light of her life and that she loved you dearly. I’ve known her for 50+ years and always admired the love she was capable of. I will miss her, too. With love to you all.

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