Sally Tegart (1941 - 2018)

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  • "Sally, many of us remember all the good times we had..."
  • "Sally and I were colleagues at Arapahoe Community College. ..."
    - Judy Hillman
  • "We will miss you. You were such an independent woman."
    - Diane Szymanski
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Sally Tegart, age 77 years, passed
away unexpectedly at home on
December 11, 2018. Mrs. Tegart was
born in Indianapolis, Indiana on
the day after the Pearl Harbor attack
in 1941. She grew up in the Seattle,
Washington area, graduating from
Western Washington University. Her
first job as a school teacher took her to
Montana, where she met and married
her husband Jim. By 1968 they had
moved to Littleton, Colorado where
she continued her teaching career.
After receiving a Masters degree from
the University of Colorado she became
a counselor at Arapahoe Community
College. Later in life she was
a fitness instructor at South Suburban
Parks and Recreation. While pursuing
these careers, she also raised two
She was active throughout her life.
She enjoyed many outdoor activities
including cycling, windsurfing,
skiing, and hiking. Swimming with
the dolphins was one of the items she
recently checked off on her bucket
list. She traveled throughout the
world. Death took her before she was
finished with her adventures.
Mrs. Tegart is preceded in death by
her parents, Elwyn and Lilian Hallock;
and brother, Steven Hallock.
Survivors include her husband, Jim;
son, David Jacklin Tegart and his wife
Shannon Gray Jacklin Tegart; daughter,
Jennifer Tegart; and three grandchildren.
A memorial celebration of her life
will be held at a later date.
Published in Colorado Community Newspapers from Jan. 9 to Feb. 8, 2019
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