Lupe Lopez

Durango, Colorado

1926 - 2017

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With my deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one. May it comfort you to know that Lupe will return to the days of her youthful vigor as promised at Job 33:25.

It is with great fondness that I look back to those days spent at your home with your Mom so warm and welcoming. Condolences to John, Gloria and Ted.

Ted and Myrna, Gloria and John, I'm so sorry cousins. I will miss my visits with Aunt Lupe.
The laughter, the talks about working in the school districts. I remember when she would paint her dog So-Sos nails :) In evenings ,I will think of her when I drink my " nightly prescription" of red wine with a smile. The times swimming at your swimming pool and the food , especially the breakfasts were just heavenly. RIP with Uncle. See you Friday cousins. Love, Nancy

Ted and Mierna, John and Gloria our prayers and thoughts surround you at this time. May you be at peace knowing that Lee and Lupe are together again in Gods kingdom.
We will all miss her and remember the funny things she said and did.
Rest in perfect peace!
Pete and Polly Lopez

Some may find it odd to equate love with a cast iron skillet but for some of us that's exactly what it was. Mrs. Lopez had her hands full not only raising her kids but also in certain measure her kid's friends as well. As a friend of her son John we were usually up to all manner of chicanery, invariably being held accountable by Mrs. Lopez. Witness: One summer Mrs. Lopez and her husband Lee decided to take a trip to Flagstaff, Az after just having put down new carpeting in their home. Of...

Gloria, Johnny and Teddy, sorry to hear of your mothers passing. She was a beautiful lady inside and out. Our mothers had great times visiting with each other. My parents Geneva and John Clemens lived across the street from you in Desert Winds back in the 1960's. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Aunt Lupe you'll always have a special place in my heart, you will be missed, give my love to Uncle Lee, and all my other uncle's and aunt's, my Mom and Dad and all my sister's. And I can't forget my grandparents.

You are now reuntited with grandpa. I will miss you terribly but i am grateful you are no longer suffering. May you rest in peace grandma. And give grabdpa hell from all of us! LOL I love you forever and always. You are one with the stars XOXOXO ♥

Lupe loved being with her family. She and Lee worked hard to provide for their family. She was always nice and when we visited she always had snacks and drinks ready to serve you. I never heard her say anything bad about anyone, she provided a wonderful example. We are blessed that she was part of our family. She will be missed.


Lupe's Obituaries

Lupe Lopez 91, passed away October 14, 2017 in Pagosa Springs, CO. She was born March 28, 1926 in Williams, AZ. then moved to Flagstaff, AZ. in her early teens. A few years after marrying Lee Lopez she moved to Las Vegas, NV. She went to work for the Clark County School District, where she...

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