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Margaret (Maggie) Anne Klink

Margaret (Maggie) Anne Klink, long time resident of Glenwood Springs and New Castle, CO died at the age of 67, March 19, 2011 at Swedish Hospital in Denver. A memorial will be held March 25, 2011 at 10 a.m. at the Farnum-Holt Funeral Home.

Margaret was born in Harrow En-gland Sept. 13, 1942 to John and Gladys Savage and on Sept. 17, 1975 was married to Barry George Klink. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and brother, Peter Savage.

Survivors include stepdaughters Tracy Francis, and husband Jay, and Michele Klink, both of Carlsbad, NM; Aunt Peg Dunn and Goddaughter Lisa Monk, both of England; and family pets, Neda, Harrison and Tinker Bell.



Margaret was active in the Lions Club, Honorary Chairperson of AARP, and the Red Hat Society. Maggie volunteered at Valley View Hospital in the gift shop and acute patient care. She also was an active member of the knitting group at Valley View where she knitted prayer shawls for patients. She was a former member of the Glenwood Springs Rotary Club.

Maggie lived all over the world. When she was younger she was an airline stewardess and worked for Caterpillar Tractors. She owned and operated Modern Kitchen Center with her late husband Barry and later owned Contract Appliance Center. She loved all her dogs and cats. She enjoyed hiking, gardening, traveling and skiing. Maggie was very proud to become a U.S. Citizen in 1997.



In lieu of flowers please send contributions to Colorado Animal Rescue 2801 County Road 114 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601. (970) 947-9173 or the New Castle Lions Club at PO Box 916, New Castle, CO 81647.


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