Ann E. Eggleston

Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Ann E. Eggleston, 85, of Buena Vista, a former resident of Carbondale, passed away Dec. 21, 2007.She was born Aug. 10, 1922, in Antioch, Tennessee, to Earl and Ruby Chadwell.She worked on military planes in Odgen City, Utah. She met Frank Eggleston while he was in the U.S. Army, while he was stationed in Odgen City. They married June 30, 1944. They made their home in Cotopaxi, Colorado, and then moved to Buena Vista. Ann and Frank moved to Carbondale in 1967, and Ann worked at Colorado Rocky Mountain School, and later at the Aspenalt Lodge in Basalt. She moved back to Buena Vista in 1980.Ann was involved in many clubs, and took joy in volunteering. She was always willing to help with the food donation drive. She enjoyed attending church at the Congregational United Church of Christ, going on trips with her friends and spending time with her family.Survivors include sons Dave (Debbie) Eggleston of Buena Vista, Dan (fiancée Connie) Eggleston of Peoria, Arizona, and Doug (Judy) Eggleston of Glenwood Springs; daughter Cyndee (Randy) Seamons of Glendale, Arizona; grandchildren Chad, Dusti, Kristine, Amanda, Shyler and Jared; great-grandchildren Becky, Hailey, Kyle, Dustin, Trey, Darren and Morgan; and many other loving relatives and close friends.Ann was preceded in death by her husband; son Frank Jr. (Bucky); and three sisters.In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Buena Vista Volunteer Fire Department through the Runyan Funeral Home.Interment will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 28, at San Isabel View (Hillside) Cemetery in Hillside. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28th, at the Congregational Church at 217 Crossman Ave.Arrangements entrusted to Runyan Mortuary, 316 W. Main, Buena Vista, CO.

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