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8426 S. Hwy 287, Ft. Collins, CO


Alice Lucille Boelter

14 febrero , 19319 noviembre , 2019

Alice L. (Knutson) Boelter, 88, of Loveland, born on February 14, 1931 passed away on November 9, 2019. A Celebration of Life will be held this Thursday, November 14, 2019 at the Bent Tree Church at 2:00 pm.

Born in Atkin County, MN, she was 1 of 10 kids born to Stanley and Helen Gould. She met and married Kenneth P. Knutson on August 7, 1947 and they were married for 62 years until he passed away in 2009. They raised two sons-Gaven and Mark, and two daughters-Kim and Janice. She has 12 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

Alice had a variety of jobs including Head House Keeper for Mckee Medical Center during the Big Thompson Flood. Alice loved to cook and was known for her soup. She would spend hours going through cook books, and when she wasn’t doing that then you would find her reading, doing needle point, or crocheting. Alice and Kenneth loved to snowbird to Mesa, Arizona with their friends and family.

Alice was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Knutson, both of her sons, five sisters, and a granddaughter.

She is survived by her daughters, Kim Vint and Janice Kelly, Linda Knutson, Catherine Knutson, and their families.


  • Celebration of Life jueves, 14 noviembre , 2019


Alice Lucille Boelter

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Jack and Darla Gould

noviembre 14, 2019

Remembering sister Alice ....such a very fun person and always had a big old huge smile on her face. In recent years we hadn't seen her as distance and age presented some problems.
But we loved her and remember all the good times we had with her and Ken when they were able to travel this way.

We take much comfort in the fact that she was a born again Christian and there will be a very happy reunion one day soon.
She was faithful to Christ. We loved you, Alice....and sympathy to your loved ones.

Kathy Keil

noviembre 14, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. Alice was a warm and welcoming neighbor who cared for everyone.
Please accept my sympathy and prayers,
Kathy Keil