August 26, 1916 ~ November 22, 2019

Born in: Las Vegas, New Mexico
Resided in: Beulah, Colorado

Rebecca A. “Becky” Arrigo, 103, passed away peacefully in her home on Nov. 22, 2019, surrounded by her family. Online condolences,

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  1. Grandma you can now see what your son and grandson have done with your home so sad
    You passed away in your caretaker home

    Your son Vincent is going to have a beautiful memorial for you
    Love you grandma

  2. CandleImageAunt Becky I will always remember you. It was so much fun going to your house for the holidays. I remember you making home made lollipops in different flavors and colors. Red Santa Clauses that tasted like cinnamon, green reindeer. Growing up and going to the cabin in Westcliffe. We loved it. Fresh caught fried trout, my favorite. Bobby and I loved visiting you and Christopher when you were in the cabin. You will be greatly missed.

  3. CandleImageAunt Becky, I will never forget your generosity and kindness. Going to your home was always a treat, because I never knew what I might find you doing….and if awards were given for the Best, Tastiest, Yummiest Green Chili in the whole world, you would have won!!! I am grateful that you were in my life. With loving memories, Your Niece, Mari Ann

  4. CandleImageGrandma you had a full life. I can’t imagine seeing all the changes in life that you lived through. You were always a major part of my life and I can’t thank you enough. You are now with grandpa, happy and young. May you watch down on all of us and hope we make you proud. I love you and will miss you but I know you always be with me.

    Love your granddaughter,
    Kristi Arrigo-Doll

  5. CandleImageDon’t forget the most beautiful daughter you had Patty Getts and son Vincent Michael and Leonard Arrigo Arrigo that loved you dearly and grand kids Barbra Arrigo and Michael Arrigo and all other grand kids
    Sorry never coming to see you grandma we were never allowed
    Rest in piece we love you so much
    Love you Barbra

  6. Joe,

    I keep reading . . . “she died at home.” Indeed. Blessings on you friend for all your caring that let those four words bear such meaning. May you know I care.


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