OBITUARY

Rhonda R. Scrafield

May 6, 1966June 16, 2019
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Rhonda R. Scrafield was born to Jack and Sharon Ward on May 6, 1966, and passed away on June 16, 2019. She graduated from Douglas County High School (Class Of 1984) and also graduated from beauty school.

Rhonda was a homemaker. Her hobbies were cooking, scrapbooking, coloring, games and puzzles. Rhonda had a love for God and family like no other.

She married Lydle Scrafield on October 7, 1978. Together they had two children: Justin Luke Scrafield and Jacquelyn K. Scrafield.

She is survived by her husband, Lydle; son, Justin Luke; daughter, Jacquelyn K.; mother, Sharon; sister, Yolanda; brothers, Eddy and Jack Todd; nieces, Courtney, Megan and Willa; nephews, Nick and Bode; and many other loving relatives. She was preceded in death by her father, Jack; father-in-law, Jerry; 4 uncles; and 3 aunts.

Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at Memorial Gardens Funeral Home Chapel, 3825 Airport Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80910.

  • FAMILY

  • Lydle Scrafield, Spouse
  • Justin Luke Scrafield, Son
  • Jacquelyn K. Scrafield, Daughter

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Graveside Committal Service Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Memories

Rhonda R. Scrafield

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Carol Scrafield

June 22, 2019

How she will be missed! We didn't get to see her as much as we wanted, but always anxious to see her when she came down, & see what she would bring that was always so good. So glad I was one of her Aunt's. I don't know what I can say that hasn't already been said. Her smile & wanting to know how we were feeling will be so missed. Looking for where Lydle was & see the love in her eyes when she saw him or for Luke or Jacqi. Love you so much. Aunt Carol

Anita Seymour

June 19, 2019

My dear sweet Rhonda, you’ll be forever missed with many fond memories of you for a lifetime. Rhonda had a heart of love and compassion for many. She always put everyone else’s wants and needs first & I'm not just saying that, she was very selfless. We’ve had so much laughter & fun together over the years along with many late night conversations of which I’ll miss greatly. Our lives have been touched and forever changed. Our hearts are broken, for you left us too soon but someday we’ll meet again and I hope you greet me on the other side with that sweet smile & a great big hug. I love & miss you so much already lady!!

Maree Wurtz

June 18, 2019

Rhonda was always sweet and kind to my children and me. We have always had love in our hearts for her and her family and I know she felt the same about ours. We will miss your wonderful Christmas cookies and your kind smile, rest easy.
-Maree, Jordan, Vee and Blake

Sandee Wurtz

June 18, 2019

This picture was taken at the M & M store in Vegas during Rhonda, Lydle, Tim and Sandee’s excellent adventure!

Sandee Wurtz

June 18, 2019

A few years ago the four of us went to Las Vegas and we had so much fun! We visited Serendipity and ate the best ice cream EVER, we went to a show, had a fancy pants dinner together but best of all was our time at the pool talking and laughing. We have lived across the street from you longer than I lived with my parents. To say you are a friend doesn’t do any of us justice. You are more like family and we love you. We will miss you tremendously Rhonda!

Tony and Cyndi Seymour

June 18, 2019

Such a sweet sweet Lady... gone way too soon!
We had the family over for a dinner and billiards. It was a great time!
Lytle and kids...our heart breaks for you.

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