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Louise K. Bundeson

2 August, 194229 March, 2020
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Louise K Bundeson, known as Bobbie by her loved ones, passed away at 77 on March 29th 2020 in Thornton Colorado.

Bobbie was the first born of four children to Robert and Louise Blackburn. She was born in Denver Colorado on August 2, 1942. She graduated from West High School in Denver in 1960. After high school Bobbie worked at Denver General Hospital where she studied to be a CNA. Later Bobbie worked in the banking industry for credit unions. Her final career was with the Colorado State Student Loan program. She lived in Oahu Hawaii, San Diego California, and Subic Bay in the Philippine Islands. Bobbie finally moved back to Colorado in 1979 were she lived the remainder of her life. Bobbie loved the outdoors, camping, and playing cards with her friends. She belonged to camping group, The Happy Campers, and her friends would make regular visits to her house for lunch and cards. She also loved to vacation. Two of her favorite places to visit were Las Vegas and Hawaii.

Bobbie is survived by a son Barry (Mary Beth) Bundeson, Englewood Colorado, a daughter Brandie Banks, Frederick Colorado, a grandson Connor Bundeson, a granddaughter Taylor Bundeson, two sisters and a brother, Patricia Feeley, Longmont Colorado, William (Joann) Blackburn, Northglenn Colorado, and Fay (Jon) Norris, Castle Rock Colorado, a son Greg (Debbie) Smith, Northern California. She also had several nieces and nephews.

Bobbies remains will be placed with her parents at Crown Hill Cemetery. The date of the service and reception will be determined at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to the American Heart Association in Bobbie's name.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, 19 June , 2021

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, 19 June , 2021

  • Reception

    Saturday, 19 June , 2021

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Bonnie Sauer

15 June 2021

I don't know how anyone so vibrant and full of life can be gone. She was always planning the perfect party, being a fabulous hostess and taking care of any friend in need. My favorite memory was our trip to San Francisco. She was the perfect companion as we spent time on Fisherman's Warf watching the seals and trying new restaurants. I was always looking for another place for us to tour together but you left us too soon. I so miss you my dear friend and think I am a better person having known you.

Brandie Banks

14 May 2021

Mom,
I remeber how hard you worked at being the best mother you could be for us growing up. You did such an incredible job all by yourself. Going to school and working two and sometimes three jobs just to make sure we never needed for anything. We were always loved and healthy. You were the strongest person I know. I miss being able to ask for your advice or even just tell you about my day. I miss rushing home to fill you in on all of the great things or even not so great things going on with me daily. I just miss your voice...you weren't just my mom, you were my best friend. I love you and I miss you.
Love your daughter,
Brandie

Shawna Norris

15 August 2020

I've a had a hard time writing this because I just don't want Aunt Bobbie to be gone. I saw her as an incredibly strong woman who served as the glue that brought our family together. She always welcomed everyone into her house, and she gave us all a common space to gather and stay in touch as we got older. I spent a lot of time talking with Aunt Bobbie the past few years. She was HILARIOUS, quick witted, honest, and loving. I'll never forget how much of an effort she made to be at our wedding, and I definitely won't forget our conversations. One thing is certain... she loved her siblings, and her kids, with everything she had. I hope they always remember that.

I love you, Aunt Bobbie, and miss you so much. I hope we can have many more family gatherings and picnics in the sky, you can bring the fried chicken :)

Bob Faure

5 May 2020

I am so very sorry for your loss! I worked w/ Bobbie for many years at CSLP and we stayed in touch several times a year and shared many memories. I have been thinking of her a lot recently and had not been able to reach her by phone after I returned from a trip. Thank goodness a friend suggested this method to find friends - and unfortunately I found this with sad news. Bobbie was a wonderful lady and one of the most hard working people that I've ha the pleasure to work with. She will remain in my heart w/ prayers - and prayers for the family she leaves behind. God Bless

Bob Faure

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