June 26, 1953 ~ January 10, 2017

Born in: Minneapolis, MN,
Resided in: Colorado City, CO

Rebecca E. Farrells, 63, passed away Jan. 10, 2017. Survived by children, Chad Farrells of Colorado City, Heather Farrells of Colorado Springs and Bethany (Emilio) Vadnais of New York; granddaughter, Destiny Farrells; and soon to be born great-granddaughter, Emily Rae; siblings, Janet (Jon) Olsen, Rusty Perkins, Robert (Shirley) Perkins and Clifford (GiGi) Perkins; and numerous nieces and nephews. Rebecca was born to George and Eileen Perkins on June 26, 1953, in Minneapolis, Minn. and was a successful business woman having been an RN and most currently a CPA. Whenever someone needed her, she was always willing to help. Rebecca loved the mountains, nature and spending time with family. Memorial service, 2:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, at Rye Home Methodist, 2063 Main St., in Rye, CO. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. All my sympathy to her family. Though I did not know her, she must have been a very lovey person, seeing what a sweetheart her granddaughter Destiny is. I wish you all peace and comfort with memories of her. Love, Teri Darcy (Aunt to Clint and Destiny).

  2. The Pueblo Latino Chamber of Commerce would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Ms. Rebecca Farrells during this difficult time. Ms. Farrells served as the auditor for a number of years to our organizations, and did so with grace, respect, and a genuine love for those around her. She will certainly be missed! May you all find peace and comfort in the days to come.
    -Latino Chamber of Commerce Staff & Board

  3. Deepest sympathy and prayers for Rebecca’s family. We have been privileged to serve many of her former tax clients. They all speak very highly of her and will surely be as sad to hear of her passing as we are.

  4. Becky and I were best friends through out high school. We went to prom together with our boyfriends, Jeff and Stan. We worked as waitresses at Hart’s Cafe together. She was my maid of honor. We talked about retiring in Costa Rico together and living in a commune. She was the most fun, caring, kind and beautiful person. Her spirit lives on forever. Thank you so much, Bethany, for calling to tell me of this deeply sad happening. Wishing peace and to her family and friends who will miss her so very much. I was blessed to call her best friend.

  5. Very sorry to hear this. I went to school and church with Becky and the Perkins family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  6. Sincere condolences to Rebecca’s family and friends. I will always owe a debt of gratitude to Rebecca for giving me a chance to practice accounting as an intern in her office and eventual employee. While we had some scary moments (when I crashed her Subaru during a black ice winter storm trip over Monument Pass on our way to an audit in Greeley) and many fun moments professionally as well; I was always glad to stay in touch with her periodically over the years and appreciate her no-nonsense approach to work and life. Her smile and laughter will always be what I remember most!

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