Margaret Lane

margaret lane



Maggie was born in St. Joseph, MO on June 18, 1946 and died in Centennial, Co. in September of 2016.

She belonged to the Chi Omega sorority at CSU in Ft. Collins and CU at Boulder.

She was in Teran, Iran with her commander husband when he was leased to the Shaw of Iran.  She worked for USAA in their intelligence side in Iran all while taking care of all the duties and responsibilities that go to a commander’s wife. 

She was a teacher at George Washington High School. She was a dean of English at Cherry Creek High School.  She became Human Resource Manager for two of the largest law firms in Denver.  She later became the director of Human Resource for Cherry Creek Schools and finished her successful career by teaching gifted children at the University of Denver.

She was involved with junior league for a number of years and had various responsibilities.  She was a member of Non-Pareil for years and held several offices during her membership including President of that organization.  She was involved with multiple charitable events and had the responsibility for certain organizational tasks.  Maggie also started “Dress for Success” a program were she helped woman wanting to get off of welfare and who came from difficult situations to learn how to dress correctly and professionally, learn proper personal hygiene, prepare resumes and background information to successfully take these woman back into the working field and have successful lives. 

Maggie had the most beautiful smile with beautiful large eyes that brightened up her lovely face.  She was a talented, beautifully sophisticated woman that would put her heart and soul into helping anyone achieve their goals and obtain the success that they wanted.  She took care of the needs for anyone if she knew about them and helped many people with successful careers and obtaining the goals they were striving to meet. 

She had one daughter, Nicole Suzanne Lane, who proceeded her to heaven in January of 2016.  She had an older sister, Juliet Anice Damm, who proceeded her to heaven in March of 2010.  Her parents, a military commander father, Lloyd Ewing Moore and her mother, Juliet Merea Moore proceeded her to heaven in December of 1993 and September of 2011.  She leaves one living family member, her sister, Marti Moore Larson.

The things that I can say most about my beloved sister was that she was beautiful, elegant, had a grace that very few people have naturally and would help anybody do anything out of her desires to help anyone that needed help or inspiration. Maggie was a Christian and asked God to be her Savior and we all know when she left this world she was heaven bound to be with all of our family and our Savior.


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