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Wilma Medina

Wilma Medina, 63, of Pueblo, Colorado, passed away July 17, 2014, in Grand Junction at St. Mary’s Hospital with family by her side.

Wilma was born in Pueblo, Colorado, to Eloy and Martha Medina. She was survived by her 3 children, Andy (Elvia) Medina, Corrina (Juan) Jimenez, and Veronica (Luis) Duran, her father Eloy Medina, two sisters LuAnn Varela and Berta Pacheco, two brothers Larry and John Medina, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren with one on the way. She was well-known and respected throughout the valley for her “Random Acts of Kindness” and many “Senseless Acts of Beauty.” She had been a longtime resident of the Vail Valley until retiring in Battlement Mesa. She had been known as “Low Rider G” and to her closest friends (The Rascals) she’ll be remembered as “Spanky.” She was a loving mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt and a great friend to all.

A Rosary will be held Tuesday, July 22, at 6:00 pm at the Rifle Funeral Home. Funeral service will be held at July 23, at 3:00pm at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church Wednesday. If you would like to send flowers please send to the Rifle Funeral Home.

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