OBITUARY

Arlene Jewel BOETTCHER

August 11, 1937September 17, 2021

Arlene Jewel BOETTCHER, age 84, of Chattanooga, Tennessee passed away on Friday, September 17, 2021. Arlene was born August 11, 1937.

A graveside service for Arlene will be held Monday, October 11, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Mountain View Memorial Park, 3016 Kalmia Ave, Boulder, CO 80301.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.cristmortuary.com for the BOETTCHER family.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, October 11, 2021

Memories

Arlene Jewel BOETTCHER

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Christine Young

October 11, 2021

Arlene was my Aunt and I cherish her love and kindness to me as a child and adult and just talking on the phone.
I remember visiting with her at my grandparents in Boulder, Colorado and one time I went with her and Egon and Rosalie and Andrew and we drove through the mountains near there and as we traveled they mentioned a Tiny Town and It just piqued my imagination to no end that there was such a cool place! Well to this day I haven't had a chance to visit that Tiny Town but who knows.
When I lived in Wildwood,GA in 1985 and worked there at a sanitarium I was shocked one day to get three visitors and they were Aunt Arlene and Uncle Egon and Andrew!! What a nice and wonderful surprise to get to visit with them!
Aunt Arlene will always be remembered with love and gratitude that I had such a special Aunt in my life!! 🥰❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Doris Sturm

September 28, 2021

Maureen was my good and faithful friend. I met her whilst walking around Lake Irma in Lakeland where she had a house. I later met her sister and the three of us often gathered on Sundays or celebrated Holidays with pot luck meals, mostly of the vegetarian variety. We had a lot in common and enjoyed conversations and sharing our various crafts and paintings
I will miss her and will always treasure our friendship

Yvonne Taylor

September 28, 2021

Arlene and Egon took my sister and I to live with them while Egon was teaching in Meeteetse WY. I remember him hooking up the phone to a speaker so we could all talk to Arlene’s mother. The first speaker phone invented in their house. I thought it was amazing. We got to play the flute while in school there. They were amazing for us at that time, gave us a normal existence for a short time. She will be missed but lives in my heart.