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Josephine Crook Feinauer

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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Josephine Crook Feinauer of Olathe, CO, entered into life Feb. 6, 1918, and entered into eternal life Dec. 26, 2012. She was the fifth of ten children of Annetta and Jacob Scherrer.

Survivors include daughter Joni (Alan) Beed; son James Crook (Deb Milah) and stepdaughter Brenda (Vick) Pease. She had ten grandchildren: Joseph (Yvette Diaz) Blanc, Michael Stone, Sandi (Ryan) Shaffett, Matthew Crook, Michelle Grimes, Heather Crook, Megan Pease, Tyler Pease and Tori Pease.

She had seventeen great-grandchildren; one brother, Fred Scherrer; one sister, Helen Canonico; two sisters-in-law, Elaine (Bevan) Wright, Darlene (Ray) Duffin, and one brother-in-law, Ted (Elaine) Feinauer.

There are literally more than one hundred nieces and nephews along with great relatives, too.

She was preceded in death by son John Crook.

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