Marcia Lee Wold
Marcia Lee Wold, of Rifle, Colo., died Saturday, Aug. 31, 2002, at Valley View Hospital, in Glenwood Springs.
She was born in Colorado Springs on Feb. 4, 1934, to Velma and Glenn James. After growing up in the Cripple Creek/Victor (Colo.) area, she married Jerry Wold. They had five children.
After their divorce she married James Williams, of Missouri. They had three children. Marcia remarried Jerry Wold in 1974.
The family lived in Basalt before moving to Carbondale in 1978 and to Rifle in 1984, where she lived until March.
Mrs. Wold devoted her life to raising her children, whom she supported in various occupations including waitressing at the Sopris, Buffalo Valley and Stagecoach Inn; as a flagger on many projects including Glenwood Canyon, Vail Pass and Highway 82; and as a lift operator at Aspen Highlands.
In her free time she enjoyed dancing, crafting, baking and spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Wold was preceded in death by a brother and a grandson.
She is survived by brother George McPherson, of Havasu, Ariz.; sister Anita Carmac, of Winnigan, Mo.; sons and daughters-in-law Mark and Debbie Wold, of Grand Junction, Jeff and Tric Wold, of Yoder, and Jim and Heather Williams, of Cotopaxi; daughters and sons-in-law Connie and Clayton Stump, of Gypsum, Kathy Scott Broughton, of Basalt, Karla and Mike Taylor, of Gypsum, Kim and Rob Burner, of Gypsum, and Nancy Williams, of Denver; grandchildren Kevin, Kelley, Mike, Jamaica, Abbey, Kayla, Shannon, Kyle, Amy, Keddie, Amanda, Krystal, Jenny, Matt, Josh, Nautu, Jeanea, and Jordan; great-grandchildren Taslin, Aspen, Brandon, Elizabeth, Bailey, Madison, Cameron and Katelyn; and many dear friends including “the Rat Pac.”
The family held a private service at Mrs. Wold’s request.
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