Genevieve Ann Mortenson

January 3, 1930March 27, 2021

And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. Revelations 21:4

Ginny Mortenson passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 28, 2021 in Fort Collins, Colorado. She was 91.

Ginny was born in California and was raised in Caripito, Venezuela and Westwood, California. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Spanish from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Ginny married Richard Clarence Mortenson in 1950. They had 4 children, Rich, Kathy, Judy and Suzy. Her husband passed away in 1972.

Ginny worked for many years at Hewlett Packard in Loveland Colorado. She founded the HP Rocky Mountain Federal Credit Union and was the manager until she retired in 1990. She was a long-time member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Loveland and served as their Financial Secretary for many years. Ginny loved to play bridge and golf, and she loved to travel. Her travels took her all over the United States, Europe, China, South America, Australia New Zealand and the Panama Canal. She traveled with friends and families and sometimes by herself.

Ginny is survived by her sister, Barbara, her son, Rich (Rene), her daughters, Kathy (Lee), Judy (Eldon) and Suzy, grandchildren Mike, Ken, Kevin, CJ, Audrey, Terri and Shelly and great grandchildren, Trevor, Conner, Audrey, Zelda, Alexander, Emily and Charlie Kate.

Services will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church later in 2021.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Ginny’s memory to All Saints Episcopal Church, 3448 N Taft Ave in Loveland, Colorado.


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Woody Hodgdon

April 10, 2021

Ginny was a blessing to hundreds of people!! She is the person who started the HP Rocky Mountain Federal Credit Union in 1976 at the HP site in Loveland & it was a blessing to work for her & be able to help hundreds of our members with their savings/checking/loan accoounts! She was a fabulous person & boss!!! I owe my whole 28 year credit union career to Ginny!!! The credit union eventually merged with other HP credit unions & most of our original members are still members today!!! She lived an awesome life & all of her relatives can be very proud!!! God bless each of you!!!

Peggy Shockley

March 31, 2021

What a lovely lady. Though I have to seen Mrs. Mortenson in years, I have memories of her from my youth to adulthood, she was so kind and I just always knew also...she was really smart as well. :) My condolences to the Mortenson family for the loss of your mom.

Georgia Christopher

March 31, 2021

Ginny had a heart of gold!!
She was so patient with me and taught me to play bridge.
I have missed her since I moved. And now saddened to hear of her passing.
May Her Memory be Eternal.
Ginny you will be my friend forever