Jacque Elaine Lines (1929 - 2019)

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Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary & Cemetery
7777 West 29th Ave
Wheat Ridge, CO
Celebration of Life
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 2019
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Blackbird Café & Tavern
Kittredge, CO
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Jacque Elaine Lines passed away peacefully in her childhood home in Kittredge on June 3, 2019. Jacque was the daughter of Luella and Floyd "Barney" Barnard. Born in Tennessee, they moved to Colorado when she was 6 months old, qualifying her as a native. She and her husband, Glen N. Lines (also a lifetime Kittredge resident), married in 1946 and made their home in Kittredge.
During her lifetime, Jacque co-owned the Snip 'n Sew Fabric shop, 'drove a school bus in the mountains in the snow,' worked for the Canyon Courier, EJHS Library and Walmart, among others. She baked and decorated unique cakes for area residents, was a Girl Scout leader and an active PTA member. Music was one of her joys - she was choir director at the Kittredge Community Church for years and loved singing - in a choir, standing by a piano, driving in the car. She always had pets and loved animals - from horses, bunnies, birds and dogs to her cat Maggie. Jacque enjoyed all sports and was a league bowler, an avid fisher, golfer, board game and card player. Ever outgoing, she loved meeting new people, traveling, and especially cruising.
Jacque is survived by her daughters Diane & Janice (Ginny); grandchildren Scott, Stacey (Jeff), & Heather (Justin); and three great grandsons Aiden, Iain & Axton. She was proceeded in death by her husband Glen & son Tom (founder of Tom's Auto Clinic in Kittredge).
A celebration of life for Jacque will be held at the Blackbird Café & Tavern in Kittredge on Wednesday, June 19 from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution to Mount Evans Hospice or an animal rescue of your choice.
Published in Canyon Courier on June 12, 2019
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