Kathy Loreen Beck
April 23, 1959 – March 5, 2018
Kathy L. Beck, 58, of Larkspur, Colorado, passed away on March 5, 2018. Kathy was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on April 23, 1959. Kathy graduated from CSU with a B.S. degree in Forestry. Kathy was married to Steven A. Beck on May 3, 1986 Kathy had a career in Parks and Recreation working in various locations including Cherry Creek State Recreation Area where she met her husband, Steve. Kathy had a passion for aviation and earned a private pilot license. She enjoyed camping, fishing, cooking, fast cars and music. Kathy also spent many years as a volunteer at the Douglas/Elbert Task Force. As a woman who endured nearly 40 surgeries, she was an advocate for those with chronic pain. She was survived by her husband Steve, her daughter Chelsea, sisters Karen and Kelly. Funeral arrangements will be held at St. Peter Catholic Church at 10:00 am March 17, 2018 in Monument, Colorado.
- Mass For Christian Burial Saturday, March 17, 2018
Kathy Loreen Beck
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Eileen Mulligan Lovenstein
March 11, 2018
Your loss is heavy upon my heart. I pray that God will comfort each and everyone of you. So many memories we shared with laughter and tears. I will always have joy in my heart for being a part of the McMahan family and my friendships with Karen and Kathy. Your childhood home in Aurora was a safe and welcomed place to be and there was always love and acceptance there. Another loss and another heartache but you are not alone in this world as we are all just passing through to get to our Maker, God Almighty. Kathy is with the Angels and in the presence of our Lord. May she rest in peace in the folds of God’s arms and may each of us rejoice in Kathy’s new eternal home. With love, Eileen
March 7, 2018
I became friends with Kathy in high school. She was one of my roommates in Fort Collins and a bridesmaid in my wedding. Some of my favorite memories are fishing trips, a girls only camping trip where we cooked our fish over a campfire in the dark and riding around in her very cool VW bus listening to Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
I know that Kathy wanted to be a mom more than anything in her life. Chelsea, you were such a joy and a blessing to your mom.
My sympathy and prayers go out to Steve, Chelsea and the rest of the family. Kathy will always have a special place in my heart.