Darline P. Grimes

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Darline P. Grimes


Darline was born April 6, 1932 in Denver, Colorado. She passed away August 26, 2015 in Englewood, Colorado. Graveside service will be held at the Fort Logan National Cemetery (Staging area A) on Tuesday, September 1st at 10:00 a.m.  Memorial services will follow at St. James Presbyterian Church (3601 W. Belleview Avenue, Littleton, Colorado 80123) at 11:30 am.


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  1. Our precious sister passed in front of our own eyes.  The Doctors and the hospital did a marvelous job in caring for her.  She slipped quietly and rapidly into her Lords arms.  We will miss her greatly and remember her warm encompassing love for her family (we were always the recipients of that love).  A wonderful human being who happened to be our "sister"!  We will always be grateful and remember.  Go with our God sis….see you soon in His Kingdon to come.  We will love your children and grands/great grands until we meet again.  Patti and Bud

  2. What a sweet, fun, girl friend for over 69-70 years so the sorrow is heart-felt and the memories abundant too many to reflect on here.  The sorrow is shadowed by guilt and hurt that we didn't keep up with her the last two years; Bob too has had many serious illness.  We only learned of her passing when Cathy kindly left a message , but no number to call back which we hope a future obituary will provide, or an address.  We're further saddened that we did not know Chuck passed a year ago, such good friends, so much a part of our lives for so long.  We'd like to contribute some how to a remembrance of Darlene??  I'd like to write a memory letter about their parents; our email is above if we could have more information?  In the meantime, please dear family, know you are not alone in your grief.  Darlene was a wonderful friend, a dedicated Christian, and a caring, but happy person.  Her smile always greeted friends and everyone really.  In sympathy, Bob and Gail Youngquist

  3. To a wonderful friend who I shared my childhood years with.  The miles have kept us apart but the memories will always be cherished.  She will always be remembered for her love of life, her smiles, and her friendship.  Even though she has left this life to be with her Heavenly Father her life was full of service to others.  To those who are left behind we share in your grief you are not alone.  May she rest in peace.  Barbara Werb and sons.

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