Memorial Services for Jean Stevens will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Akron, Colorado with Reverend Susan Spencer officiating. A private inurnment will be held at a later date.
Jean Stevens, 57 years of age, of Denver, Colorado passed away after a brief battle with cancer on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at the Christian Homes Care Community in Holdrege. Jean was born on June 21, 1956 in Yuma, Colorado, the second of five children born to Patrick and Mary Ann (Colpitts) Stevens. She received her primary education at Wray Elementary School and graduated from Wray High School with the class of 1974. She pursued higher education from Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Colorado and from Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado, graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology in 1978.
Jean was employed by Beech Aircraft in Wichita, Kansas and Jeppesen Sanderson Aviation Mapping in Colorado. She has worked as an independent realtor in the Denver, Colorado area for the last 20 years.
Jean enjoyed traveling with friends and helping pursue the interests of her clients. She attended West Bowles Community Church in Littleton, Colorado.
On March 17, 1988, she was married to Doug Hibbard in Northglenn, Colorado.
Jean was preceded in death by her parents, grandparents, F.K. and Pearlie Colpitts and older sister, Gayla Enquist.
She leaves to mourn her passing; sisters, Michele Olson and her husband, Linden of Rock Springs, Wyoming and Lori Stevens of Colorado Springs, Colorado; brother, Ronne Stevens of Glenwood Springs, Colorado; brother-in-law, Arlan Enquist of Holdrege, Nebraska; nieces, Kelsey Enquist and her husband, William Barrera of Lincoln, Nebraska and Kiley Stevens of Glenwood Springs; nephews, Jeff Enquist of Holdrege, Chance Stevens and his wife, Summer of Montrose, Colorado, Lon Olson of Rock Springs, and Lander Olson of Twenty-nine Palms, California; great niece, Charlotte Barrera of Lincoln; great nephew, Atticus Olson of Rock Springs; good friend and ex-husband, Doug Hibbard of Denver, Colorado; along with other relatives, friends, and colleagues.
A memorial has been established in Jean's honor to the Wounded Warriors Project and the
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The Nelson-Bauer Funeral Home of Holdrege, Nebraska is in charge of the arrangements.