Colleen Marie Moore

colleen moore

Colleen Marie Moore, age 64 of Englewood, Colorado, passed on September 12, 2018, with her husband and daughter by her side.  She was born to Jack and Jackie McGrath on June 17, 1954 near Morrison, Colorado.  Colleen was a proud 3rd generation Coloradan, and attended Denver area schools.  She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Colorado at Boulder.  After teaching, she spent the majority of her career as a bookkeeper in the retail industry.  She then retired to become a full-time wife and mother after the state of her health declined.  Always an avid gardener and lover of the fine arts, Colleen spread beauty and thoughtfulness throughout her world.  She is survived by her husband, Randy Moore, 66, daughter Maggie Moore, 39, as well as her brother John McGrath and his family: Julie, Kevin, Jake, Jessica, and Peyton McGrath, her Aunt Margaret Postlethwaite and her husband John, her brother Tom McGrath, her cousins Danny, Patty and Maura McGrath, her mother-in-law Mary Moore, brother-in-law Steve Moore, and sister-in-law Maureen Stewart and her family: Jay, Jesse and Ryan Stewart.  A celebration of her life will be held at Bullock Colonial Chapel on Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. located at 1375 E. Hampden Avenue Englewood, Colorado 80113.  Condolences and her favorite flowers can be sent to the chapel or through  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Randy and Colleen’s preferred charity: The Blue Bench at or P.O. Box 18951 Denver, Colorado 80218.  Randy and Maggie would like to thank both the One North staff at Porter Hospital for their kindness, and our support team of steadfast family and friends.

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  1. Dear Randy and Maggie and Family,
    It was such a privilege being with Colleen and family for three days before she passed away.  The room was filled with beautiful love and devotion that so inspired me as I watched and prayed with you.  You will always have a special place in my heart and prayers and I ask God to keep you in peace all the days of your lives. May Collen feel the hugs of us below as she gets to be in God's Kingdom forever!

  2. This is a message from Colleen's brother Tom who could not be at the funeral.  "Please tell my family how much I love them and wish I could have spent more time with my family."  I love you all so much and you are always in my thoughts and prayers. 

  3. Please accept my sincere condolences. May you find comfort and hope that god will remove death tears and pain. Revelation 21:3&4 jw.og

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