Nina Wimber, 81, passed away June 5, 2016. Survived by brothers, Oren Scofield and Harold (Gracie -deceased) Scofield; children, Richard (Vanessa) Wimber of Pueblo, Susan Davis of Loveland, Carol (Ken) Smedly of Norwood, Colo., Dwight (Nancy) Wimber, Nancy Gayle Wimber, Dianne (Mark) Grinstead and Kelvin Wimber all of Pueblo; grandchildren, Laurie (Eli) Vigil, Erik Wimber, Janessa (David) Gallegos, Vanessa Anderson, Tiffany (Eric) Sanchez, Kenny (Katrina) Smedly, Nicholas (Rheann) Smedly, Venessa (Joe) Johnson, Noah (Sidney) Wimber, Daniel Grinstead, Mark Grinstead, Jr., Kristie Grinstead, Julie (Bradley Jacobs) Grinstead, Nick Grinstead and Annie Grinstead; great-grandchildren, Kiren Wimber, Evan Vigil, F'lissitee Gallegos, Alexandria Anderson, Mark Anderson, Joseph Ortiz, J'lynn Rodriguez, K'leigh Rodriguez, Amaziah Lopez, Mikayla Lee, Trey Smedly, Blake Smedly Brayden Smedly, Chelsey Smedly, Rebecca Johnson, Lena Johnson, Haydun Wimber, Bailey Wimber, Kendra Wimber, Elijah McGill, Jesse Grinstead, Cecilia Grinstead, Ashton Grinstead, Emily Jacobs, Hunter Jacobs, Lawrence Vigil, Marcos (Connie Thente) Vigil, Steven (Andrea Garcia) Vigil, Kelsie Smedly and Kyla Smedly; and great-great grandchildren, Amaiya Vigil, Cruz Vigil, Zayne Vigil and Zaxon Gallegos. Nina was born to Oren B. and Leland Tulip (Land) Scofield on Feb. 11, 1935, in Rocky Ford, Colo. She worked at the Country Club, Ramada Inn, Bonus Photo, Pueblo Ice Arena, Dana and SRDA. Nina loved to dance, fish, go camping and truly enjoyed her yearly family reunion. After retiring, she enjoyed spending time with her family and grandchildren. She was a member of the Eagles Aerie #145. At her request, no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, June 13, 2016, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Memorials may be made to the Joni Fair Hospice House. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Grandma will be missed greatly, even though I lived so far away and did not get to see her as much as I would have liked to I always new she loved me dearly by the smile and hug she would give me. My most fond memory of her will always be the last family reunion I spent with her and the long conversation we had and watching her enjoy all of her family. I will miss her dearly!! I love you grandma.

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