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Judi Ferguson

May 10, 1951 — October 28, 2023

Denver, Colorado

Judi Ferguson

Judith Ferguson, lovingly known as Judi, touched the lives of all who knew her with her strong will and independent spirit. She lived a fulfilling life as an independent contractor in Finance and Telecommunications. Born on May 10, 1951, in Denver, Colorado, Judi's journey began in a city that would shape her into the remarkable woman she became.

Her educational pursuits led her to Mesa College in Grand Junction, Colorado, where she laid the foundation for her future accomplishments. Judi's thirst for knowledge prompted her to further her education at Colorado State University in Fort Collins before finally earning her Master's degree from Colorado University Denver. Her dedication and commitment to personal growth were evident throughout her academic endeavors.

While Judi found success in her career, she always put family and friends above all else. Her quiet demeanor often masked a heart full of loyalty, care, and endless support for those she cherished. Her closest circle knew they could always count on Judi's steadfast presence.

Judi held dear her two beloved dogs, Jetta and Jazlyn, who brought immeasurable joy and companionship into her life. She cherished every moment spent with them and ensured they felt nothing but love and warmth from their devoted owner.

Beyond work and family, Judi had a variety of hobbies that reflected her love for adventure and the great outdoors. She treasured travel experiences - whether it be cruises to exotic destinations or exploring the beauty of Europe's cities or beaches. The thrill of snow skiing and the serenity of golf were passions she pursued with zest. But above all, sharing these activities with cherished friends added an extra layer of joy to each endeavor.

Judi's optimistic outlook on life fueled a focus on positivity and cherishing good times. Her memories will forever serve as a testament to the vibrant spirit she possessed within. Even amidst challenges, Judi faced them head-on with grace and resilience, leaving a lasting impact on the lives she touched.

On October 28, 2023, we bid farewell to Judi Ferguson. Her untimely departure fills our hearts with sadness, but it is important to remember the profound impact she had during her time with us. Her memory will forever be etched in our minds as we gather together to celebrate her life on November 10, 2023.

The Celebration of Life service will be held at the HeartLight Center in Aurora, Colorado. Located at 11150 E Dartmouth Ave.. The service will commence at 1:00 PM, followed by light refreshments and continued storytelling.

Judi leaves behind her loving brother Kevin; two half-brothers, Doug and Brian Lesh; and a multitude of friends to cherish her memory. She was preceded in death by her parents Ida Ruth and Edwin "Ed" Ferguson, as well as her brother Mick. Together, they created beautiful memories and supported one another through life's ups and downs.

In honoring Judi's memory, let us keep alive the joyous moments shared alongside her. She taught us the importance of loyalty, care, and independence. Though she may be physically absent from our lives now, her spirit will forever inspire us to live each day to its fullest and embrace the beauty that surrounds us.

May Judi find eternal peace in the embrace of her loving family who have gone before her. As we mourn the loss of a remarkable individual, let us also celebrate a life well-lived—a life that will continue to touch hearts for generations to come.

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Celebration of Life

Friday, November 10, 2023

Starts at 1:00 pm (Mountain (no DST) time)

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