Jody Lynn Cline

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Jody Lynn Cline


Jody Lynn Cline, age 47, died June 14, 2017 peacefully surrounded by friends and family.  Survived by her children Arielle Cline, Tyler Cline and Isaac Cline-Montoya, as well as her sister Janna Cline.  She was born February 18, 1970 in Denver, Colorado.  She lived for her kids, had a zest for life and fought a hard fight against her cancer.  She never let it bring her down, she always had a smile on her face.


Memorial Celebration Services Saturday, June 24, 2017, 10:30 AM, First Presbyterian Church of Englewood, 3500 S Logan Street, Englewood, CO 80113.  There will be a reception following the service from 12:00-4:00 PM at the VFW, 4747 W. Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO  80204.


Please wear colorful attire to celebrate her life.


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  1. I miss you terribly, but I am comforted knowing you are in peace. We were friends from the first day we met until the day you passed away. I am so happy that I was able to have days of one on one time with you this past month…we were able to catch up, laugh and cry and I was able to say goodbye to you. I will never forget you…your walks to get ice daily, you having endless supplies of paper plates, straws, napkins, hot sauce and anything else a person needs at your desk. You always coming to my desk so you could catch me up on the latest Jody adventures and you could get caught up on my life. We shared stories about our relationships, children, siblings, work, parents, everything! There were stories we told each other that I swear we haven't told anyone else…I cherish those memories! From dancing, to happy hours, to baseball games…you were always the most fun! Our children now have something in common…they are both devasted by the passing of a parent. I will never forgot how much support you gave to me and my children when my ex husband died of cancer…you were right there! Crying with me and helping me up every time I didn't think I could get through another day…I just never thought that 9 years later I would be losing you to cancer as well. I promise to be there for your sister and your children. Heaven gained an angel and the rest of us left behind, weep, but joy will come in the morning. I wish we had more time but for now just know that we love you and we will see you again one day! I am comforted by the same thing I was when Chris died…that our children will forever have a guardian angle all the days of their lives. Sleep soundly my dear friend. I love you 💕

  2. My memories are childhood, adolescent memories. I don't know when we made friends, just that we always were in the Church, Westeners, VBS….parents were in Mariners, we were doing youth group stuff. You were the "older girl" that did not mind hanging out with me. The road trip…..on the bus. The trailer turned over….we sneaked out of the cabins in Cody, Wyoming and got BUSTED! We put makeup on David Loomis and….Len(?) they thought they were so bad ass……hahhhhhahahaha! We stayed one time at DU (?) i think, my brother had his boom box and we danced our asses off to DOA You Spin Me Round….didn't we put makeup on my brother when he was sleeping? I spent the night at your house once and we watched Purple Rain…..knew right well MY folks would not like it at all! There was one time we were in the back creepy corner of the church, just laughing ourselves silly. Wish I remembered what we were laughing at! I remember when your Daddy died… folks were devastated. We went to see you and Janna and your Mamma, but we stayed in the car. You waved at us from out of your window. You taught me how to hide a hickey, and somehow, you got MARTY to hold my hand, on a bus in Estes park, another Youth Group trip…. you knew what a crush I had on him, and he wanted nothing at all to do with me, kind of awkward, but whatever. And when my crush turned to another boy, you were there with me at After The Fox when that guy broke my heart too! His name was Shannon, friend of Marty! Great kisser…..jerk.
    And damn girl, did you ROCK a spiral perm.
    We were not close as adults, I know our first born kiddos were born very close together,and I remember you coming to the casino with some friends one night. My parents always let me know when they saw you….they loved you too.
    But your amazing fight…..your constant positive outlook, your amazing vigilance against cancer, your undying love for your kids and your sister Janna…..
    God took you, and so he must have need for you. Fly and be free of the struggle and pain, keep watch over your kiddos and sister…..and know that you were loved, by so many.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jody's children and sister. We met Jody when she was our grandson, Joseph Sotelo's coach for T-ball. Joe loved Coach Jody. We all enjoyed being around Jody. She always had a smile on her face and always with a positive attitude. She set a wonderful example for those little boys and girls. She handled her illness with such grace and compassion. Our fondest memories of Jody were from the Team Picnic at the end of the season. She made some great salsa that's for sure. She had a unique laugh that was very contagious. When she laughed, we all laughed. She impacted many lives with her strength and positive attitude. Rest In Peace Coach Jody. You will be missed.

  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sorrow. May God's loving presence comfort and strengthen each of you.

  5. Jody you will truly be missed by all your contagious smile and your loving hugs. I will never forget the day i held your hand when you had let me know that your cancer was progressing and we had faith that you would win this battle. You never wanted anyone to feel sorry for you and you were always so positive. Jody you fought with everything you had you are now the guardian angel god bless you and we will always talk about you and never forget you. We love you!!! Love James and Michele

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