Obituary: Charlene Springsteel |

Obituary: Charlene Springsteel

Charlene Springsteel
Charlene Springsteel
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– September 30, 2021

Charlene Anne Springsteel (Wilson) was called home to her Savior on September 30, 2021. She was born on August 4, 1939 in Pontiac, Michigan. Most of her childhood was in Grand Junction Colorado. After marrying William James Springsteel she moved to Carbondale Colorado where she raised her three children. Later, she moved back to Grand Junction where she lived until her death.
She devoted her life to raising her children and living for Christ. She enjoyed horseback riding, skiing, singing campfire songs that she learned in girl scouts and Christian songs and hymns. She was beloved by her church family and very active in the First Church of the Nazarene in Grand Junction.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Glen Preston Wilson and Dorthea Helen Wilson, a nephew Andrew Bradburn Dunn, and a great granddaughter, Lilith Marie King.
She is survived by her sister, Glenda Sue Dunn (David), her brother Brian Dean Wilson (Jan).
Her children John Paul Springsteel (Kathy), Shannon Nelson (Frank) and Brian Mark Springsteel (Rachel) also survive as well as nephew Cory Glen Wilson(Heather), nephew Christopher Dean Wilson(Samantha), niece Robin Marie Dunn(Stephanie) and Frankie Jo McClaskey(Lindsay). Her grandchildren, Jacob Lee Daniel Barker( Melinda), Candace Plopper (Nathan), Erica Anne Barker, and Frank Michael Nelson (Morgan), Zachary John Springsteel(Rebekah), Cooper James Springsteel and her great grandchildren Alexis Kay Armstrong, Hunter Eugene Armstrong, Ryden Lee James Barker, Jaxon Ray Barker, Tyson Michael Plopper, Cason James Plopper, Brynleigh Grace Nelson, Zane Michael Nelson and a great, great grandchild, Maezlyn Kay Hudson also survive.
Charlene will be greatly missed by all whose lives she touched.
A memorial service will be planned for a future date. Condolences may be made in the form of donations to The Grand Junction First Church of the Nazarene 2802 Patterson Road, Grand Junction Colorado or The American Cancer Society.

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