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Viola A. (Paulson) Query


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Viola A. (Paulson) Query Obituary
Viola A. Query, 87, life resident of the Genoa/Woodrow communities,
passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Fort Collins. She was born
March 2, 1928, in Genoa, CO to Carl and Mary Paulson.
Viola graduated from Woodrow High School in 1945. She completed
Barnes Business College. She worked for a short time in Fort Lupton
and then taught school in Washington County. On August 29, 1948, she
married Virgil Query in Fort Morgan. Together, Viola and Virgil
farmed south of Woodrow.
Viola was a member of the Howard United Methodist Church. She enjoyed
working cattle with her family and served as a 4-H leader for several
years. She enjoyed sewing, gardening, bookkeeping, and baking bread –
14 loaves at a time. She loved tending to things and was busy all the
time. Education for her family and herself was always a priority.
Viola was very proud of her husband and other family members that
served in the US Military.
Survivors include her children, Judy (Leonard) Molberg of Denver; Dan
Query of Woodrow, Thomas (Lorrie) Query of Hillrose, Jane Query of
Fort Collins and Karen (Dan) Groenendale of Prosser, WA; her two
sisters-in-law, Frances Paulson of Limon, CO and Maxine Query of
Goodland, KS; and her 10 grandchildren, Mark Molberg, Matthew
(Marianne) Molberg. Julie Query, Jason Query, Jordan Query, Emily
(Cody) Curtis, Todd Query, Erin Query, Rachel Groenendale, and
Geoffory Groenendale and 7 great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Virgil; 4 brothers, Prent
Paulson, Chet Paulson, Victor Paulson, and Archie Paulson; and 1
sister, Mary Ann Williams and her parents.
A funeral service was held Monday, August 3, 2015, at 11:00 AM at the
Howard United Methodist Church in Last Chance. Graveside service and
interment were in the Brush Memorial Cemetery at 2:30 PM. Friends who
wish may make memorial gifts to the SW Washington County Ambulance and
Fire Department or to the Washington County 4-H Foundation both c/o
the Heer Mortuary in Brush.
Published in Akron News-Reporter on Aug. 5, 2015
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