Louise Sheila Meno | PostIndependent.com

Louise Sheila Meno

Louise Meno, 95, peacefully passed in her sleep at the Rifle Veterans Community Living Center. She will be remembered most, by family and friends for her “zeal for life,” her spunk, and resilience. She had strength and courage through her own hardships and losses, and shared her fortitude and zeal with others, in theirs. She could surprise, and inspire, with her words, by telling you just as she saw it, make you mad, or just laugh out loud! Since her move to Rifle in 1994, she volunteered her time, and shared many friendships. Until we all meet again, let us also be strong and courageous. Louise is survived by her daughters, Michele and Marlea, 5 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. She was proceeded in death by her husband, son and great-granddaughter. In place of a memorial service the family plans to gather in June to celebrate Louise’s life.

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