OBITUARY

Wilhelmina A. Healey

April 26, 1940April 4, 2021

Mina Healey was born in Bo’Ness Scotland to Betty and James McKay. She emigrated to the USA in 1966 with her then husband (Dr A J Healey) and the first two of their three children. She lived her life adventurously. She settled in Fort Collins to be close to her grandchildren, having previously lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and California. In later years, she enjoyed reading, watching her grandchildren grow and having coffee with ‘the ladies’. She is survived by her sister (Betty Hill), her three children and two grandchildren: Colonel Anthony Healey, Prof Jo Phoenix, Dr Vicki McCarthy and Morgan and Ainsley McCarthy. There will be a small family service in Scotland. Memorial contributions can be made to Larimar Humane Society.

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Diane Fisher

April 10, 2021

Mina was a very dear friend to me and my sister, Debbie. For the last 2 to 3 years we loved having coffee together and sharing life’s experiences together with Mina and her best friend, Clare. We talked about books, movies and their stars, our own adventures, a bit of politics, and of course, our families. I’m thankful that Mina and Clare let us join them for their Wednesday afternoon coffee’s. We all looked forward to the times together. When Covid came last March 2020, we stopped having coffee for awhile. Then, during the summer, we started our coffee times up once again, sitting outside on Genoa‘s patio. Debbie and I would get the coffees ☕️☕️☕️☕️ and bring them out to Mina and Clare, waiting in the patio area away from people. I’m so thankful that we did this and that Victoria agreed to let Mina come, although she was frail. I think Victoria was happy for Mina to get some sunshine and fresh air and fun with friends. We continued our coffees throughout the summer and late into the fall, until it finally got too cold to sit on the patio. Then we felt we had to cancel our coffees once again and wait for spring to come. We had so hoped to be able to have coffee once again with Mina, but it was not to be. God took her home, by the grace of God, as Mina would say about all her achievements in life. Mina was a very kind, very interesting, and very intelligent person, and she was my friend. Until later, Mina. ❤️

Ronda Simmons

April 10, 2021

Such a lovely woman.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY