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Margie Haddock, 95, passed away on Feb. 14, 2020, at the Walbridge Wing. She was born in Pueblo, Colorado on Aug. 21, 1924, where she grew up and graduated from Pueblo High School. After a short romance, she married Robert Haddock and they had three sons: Bobby, Mike and Dan. She worked part-time at a bakery and school district in Denver. She always said that her granddaughters Raeanne (Pixie) and Rhonda (Little One) were her little angels.
She loved life, crossword puzzles, reading and soap operas, but mostly her family. Most recently she grew to have many new friends and acquaintances with her newfound home at the Walbridge Wing. We don’t want to list names for we would feel bad if we missed someone. She really enjoyed her table lady friends over the last 20 months that she lived in Meeker. To all of the employees from Pioneers Medical Center and the Walbridge Wing she loved each and every one of you that touched her life and we know she touched your hearts with her stories, knowledge and just being Grandma Margie.
She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, brother and oldest son Bobby. She is survived by her son Mike (Jeanette) of Eckert, Colorado; grandson Brian and great-grandson Cameron; son Dan (MaryLou) and grandson Travis all of Nevada, Iowa; granddaughter Rhonda (Troy) Hilkey, great-granddaughter Jessica (Brett) Berthelson and great-great-grandchildren McKenna and Brady of Meeker; and great-granddaughter Nicole (Gabe) Garcia of Craig, Colorado; granddaughter Raeanne (Cody) Meeker, great-grandson Derek (Jenny) Crawford and great-great-grandchildren Juan, Lupe and Charlotte of Greeley, Colorado; great-granddaughter Tiffanie Crawford and great-grandson Wyatt Meeker also of Greeley, Colorado; grandson Keith (Melissa) McPherson and great-grandchildren MaKayla and Kristen of Lander, Wyoming; her best friend Mabel Gonzales of Denver, Colorado; her sister Betty Farney of Salida, Colorado; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
You will truly be missed.
Graveside services will be in the spring at Ft. Logan Cemetery. We will be having a gathering to thank all of her Wing Family this Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, at the Wing at 3 p.m.