Lucille F. McIntyre

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Lucille F. McIntyre

Lucille was born June 24, 1931 in Denver, Colorado.  She passed away March 19, 2014 in Denver, Colorado.  Lucille is survived by her loving husband Bob and many nieces and nephews.  Services were held on Monday, March 31, 2014 at the Bullock Colonial Chapel at 12:00 noon.  Interment will take place at Fort Logan National Cemetery at 2:30 p.m. Friends who wish may make memorial donations to the Lucille McIntyre Memorial Fund c/o Bullock Mortuary.

Following the interment, all guests are invited to a reception at the Country Buffet, 301 Englewood Parkway in Englewood.  

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  1. Please accept our sympathy and condolences to all the family and friends of Lucille.  She was such an energetic, special lady.  I have such fond memories of meeting her for lunch, having dinner at the house, and going out with she and Bob.  She always referred to herself as our "kookie cousin".  Lucille was  a treasure in our family and will be missed deeply.

  2. As a descendant of the Swiss branch of the Egli family I'm sending my condolence and thoughts  to all the family members in the US. I got to know Lucille many years ago, when she and Bob visited Switzerland. She has been the last first cousin of my father. After my recent visit at her house in Denver we got quite close and I do miss her a lot.

  3. I had the pleasure of meeting Lucille on a tour of the Egli house a few years ago, and she was such a nice, gracious person! It was interesting to hear her speak of the house and where things, like the Christmas tree in the old living room, had been placed.  I am part of a small group of Service staff along with our Friends of the Front Range Refuges group who are working to start the restoration of the Egli house. We will likely have the roof repaired this summer, and the original siding on the gables restored as well. Other restorations will follow in years to come. I wish Lucille would have been able to see it–but we will continue our work in her memory. Our deepest condolences to the Egli family.

  4. Dotti and I, as well as our friend Marcia, used to go to SouperSalad once a week when Lucille was the hostess.  We got to know her quite well and she used to call us family. To tell you the truth, she was half the reason we kept going there and even switched our night when she had to switch. We all had a great time joking, laughing and just talking about life. She had such a zest for life.  What a great lady she was.  She will be greatly missed.

  5. My life is so my nicer because I knew wonderful Lucille. She was a one-of-a-kind friend that I will miss so much. Please accept my sincere sympathy.

  6. My husband and I met Lucille back in the early 90s, right after we had just gotten married. We used to stop into Old Town Liquors, where Lucille would be running the front, and Bob running around stocking, etc. Lucille took us in as "her kids", and her smile and energy was welcoming and amazing! When our first born came along in 1997, Lucille came by for a visit and gave him a gift of his first Christmas ornament – a beautiful wooden ornament, which we still treasure today! We were so happy when Bob and Lucille sold the store and retired, but not for long! We used to see Lucille often at the Souper Salad, where her energy, smile, and hugs remained the same! We will miss her dearly and keep Bob in our prayers. A life well-lived, dear Lucille!

  7. I just found out about Lucille's death.  It saddened me greatly, as Lucille was always so kind to my parents, Bob and Essie Moffitt.  She came to their birthday parties and treated them as royalty at the Adams City High reunions she helped organize, as Dad was the oldest and last member of his class to attend.  She knew the hardships of living in the Arsenal during war time, as did my parents.  They were neighbors.  And Lucille was my friend.  I could always count on a sweet e mail from her now and then, and I especially loved her & Bob's Christmas pictures.  Lucille was the embodiment of a spirit filled life and could make me tired even though 20 years my senior! I just wanted to take a moment to remember Lucille here since I  have not had the chance until now.  I can take comfort knowing she and her sweet Bob are today in heaven. Together again.  And I bet they're dancing!  Love you, Lucille. And I'll miss you.

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