June 5, 1932 ~ December 26, 2020

Born in: New Mexico
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Wanda Mae Lacey, born June 5, 1932, in New Mexico. Peacefully passed from this life
on Dec. 26, 2020, at 88 years of age. She fought the good fight living by truth and love
each day.
Wanda’s career began as a barber and hairstylist in California where she made many lasting friendships, after leaving California she moved to Pueblo where she made many more friends.
Her love of the earth and gardening was her passion, sharing all the tips she had for growing and harvesting good food and the love she had for her friends.
She was predeceased by her only daughter, Karen D, Lacey. Wanda’s legacy was her love for the earth. She will be remembered by her good cheer and always trying to find fun and blessings in each day. Her faith carried her all her life. Wanda’s motto was: “Try to have a good one!” and she did…

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  1. Wanda you were a light in my life. The Times we shared so full of life, laughs, and love will always be remembered by me and my family. You will always be a part of me. Fly like a bird, now you are free.

  2. Wanda was a client of mine, I handled her health insurance. I was completely shocked to hear of her passing. She was always so sharp and sweet. I could tell from the moment I met her, she was such a tenacious, independent woman. I’ll miss our conversations and her distinctive voice. My heartfelt blessings to her and may she rest in peace.

  3. Wanda was my neighbor and friend for over thirty years. She was an amazingly strong and independent women. We rented one of her apartments for my Dad, Fred Rasmussen Sr. She ran her apartment building like a boss. She did an incredible job with the upkeep of her building and it really added to our neighborhood. She will be missed. ❤️

  4. Wanda has been my neighbor for over thirty years. She was one of the strongest and most independent women I know. We rented one of her apartments for my Dad, Fred Rasmussen Sr. She lived and managed her apartment complex like a boss! Her upkeep on her building really added value to our neighborhood. I will miss you Wanda, RIP. ❤️

  5. Wanda was our next door neighbor since we moved to Pueblo in 2004. She was one of a kind, always a kind word. We’ll miss you, Wanda, and Rest in Peace.

  6. Wanda was truly a free spirit. She was a very determined person with a sense of humor. She would take on crazy tasks and keep at the task until she was satisfied it was done to her liking. I will miss our chats and phone calls. Rest in peace dear Wanda.

  7. Wanda was my next door neighbor since I moved to Pueblo in 2001. She was unique, fun, and a pistol!
    Such a character, we shared lots of laughs over the years. She was a force in a good way! I miss you and love you Wanda❤️

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