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Guestbook

Kristy Conran

MD

Aunt Dar, I will always remember and never forget...YOU! Your love of life, laughter, music, animals, the great outdoors, and most of all, your family and friends, was immeasurable. You were definitely one of a kind (the BEST kind), in all ways possible. I will miss your cheery voice, your music and your outlook on life, but most of all, I will miss seeing you. I will look up to the heavens and know you are soaring above the Colorado clouds watching over all of us below. Love you always, Kristy
Wednesday, May 27, 2020

 

Deb Conran

Berlin, MD

My dear Aunt Dar...a free spirit through and through, you always had a kind word, a gentle smile and a witty song. You lived life on your terms spreading love everywhere you went. I’ll forever remember my incredible visits to Colorado with you hiking, talking and laughing. You were a beautiful respite from my crazy life so many times over. Dance and sing in heaven sweet Dar and say “hi” to Sara! Heaven surely gained an angel in you.
Sunday, May 24, 2020

 

Kathy

MD

So many great memories from my childhood with Aunt Darlene. I will miss her laugh the most.
Sunday, May 24, 2020

 

John Peralta

La Vista, NE

Darlene was a wonderful aunt! Her free, open spirit, generosity and love of life and family taught those who knew her about life in the best way possible - through example. She will be dearly missed, but she also lives on strongly through our memories and I encourage everyone who knew her to pass her example along.
Saturday, May 23, 2020

 

Tony peralta

Omaha, NE

Darlene was a unique and rare woman. In her life, yesterday was ancient history and tomorrow was nothing more than a rumor. Darlene lived for today and in today. She did not save her time and energy preparing for some distant future. Instead, she gave all her time and energy living each day as well as possible. She was totally spontaneous, deciding, each morning over coffee on her deck, what the day’s activity would be. And at night, with a glass of wine or a beer, sleep the sleep of the contented. The world will be a less interesting place in her absence. May she Rest In Peace and May her memory be a blessing.
Friday, May 22, 2020

 

Ruby Lapacek

Omaha, NE

Will miss you forever! Glad your spirit is soaring, and I know we will see you again, but will remember all the good times, and fun we had! LOVE YOU 🐾🐾🐾🐾💕💕💕💕🌈🌈🌈🌈💐💐💐💐
Friday, May 22, 2020

 

Bob Peralta

La Vista, NE

Darlene L. Conrana
August 15, 1938 - May 18, 2020 •
Darlene L. Conran, 81 year, 9 months

Preceded in death by parents John and Louise Conran; sister Bertha Peralta. Survived by brother James (Sue) Conran, nieces Kathy (Paulo) Bontori, Kristy (John) Myricle, Debra Conran and numerous nieces and nephews and by nephews and niece John (Mary Lou) Peralta, Robert (Jeanine) Peralta, Ruby (Ken) Lapacek and many nieces and nephews. She is survived by her three closest friends, Betty Merchant, Sandra Hayes and Marcie Wexler and so many other friends.

She came to Colorado 1941with her parents, graduated from St Mary's High School and later graduated from University of Northern Colo, with a teaching degree. She taught Physical Education and Social Studies and later worked for Mountain Bell. Darlene loved Colorado, specifically the Pikes Peak region.

She lived primarily in Colorado Springs, Woodland Park and finally, for the last 35 years on Navajo Mountain Mesa, in Florissant Colo. In 1988 she ran for County Commissioner of Teller County. She lost that race and Teller lost a dedicated public servant. She also made many friends and gained the respect of every person she met.

Darlene’s middle name was go, fun or travel, take your pick. She lived for today. She was a singer-songwriter, among her songs is “The Mayor of Guffy Colorado”, the cat. She loved to ride horses and drive the cars. She’d run the wheels off an auto to travel to a dance, party or local pub. She loved her home up on the Mesa and spent most of her later years sipping beer and admiring the view of Pikes Peak.

She described herself as a Mountain Woman, I’d say she was also a true Cowgirl. Her remains will return to Colorado and her mountain home.

Bob Peralta


Friday, May 22, 2020

 

Bob & Jeanine Peralta

La Vista, NE

Born in Missouri, came to Colorado 1941, graduated from St Mary's High School and later graduated from University of Northern Colo, Greeley and off into the world she went. Darlene loved Colorado, specifically the Pikes Peak region. She lived primarily in Colorado Springs, Woodland Park and finally, for the last 35 years on Navajo Mountain Mesa, in Florissant Colo, She was a true Cowgirl!
Thursday, May 21, 2020