Lillian A Dreibholz

November 19, 1916November 26, 2012

Lillian A. Dreibholz, 96, passed away Nov. 26, 2012. She is preceded in death by her husband, Floyd Dreibholz; and daughter, Gloria Jorstad. Survived by children, Marie (Robert) Griffin of Kansas, and Ginger Shaffer, Pueblo; six grandchildren, sixteen great-grandchildren; siblings, Vivian Mayber, Pueblo, Dick (Jackie) Casey, Kansas, Vernon (Dorothy) Casey, California, and Vance Casey of Manassa, CO; as well as numerous other relatives. Lillian was always very devoted and loving toward her family. Funeral Service, 10 a.m., Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Online condolences, Arrangements, Adrian Comer Funeral Home.


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Ginny Trujillo

November 30, 2012

Ginger, My thoughts and prayers are with you today. Lillian was the best roommate my mother could have asked for. Lillian was always a welcome site when I was visiting with mom. I will miss her. We know that she is in a much better place with God. Ginger I would also like to thank you for watching out for Theresa when we could not be there. My prayers will be with you as you transition to the next step in your life. We will miss both you and Lillian. God Bless you Ginny (Theresa's daughter)

November 29, 2012

I will never forget Ani Lill's sweet little voice. As my great Aunt, I remember spending time in her and Uncle Floyd's beautiful back yard and playing with her antique baby doll. Ani Lil always had such a wonderful disposition. She was truly a woman of great courage and faith. My family will be praying for all of her children and brother's and sister as you all grieve.
Love Always, Shannon McPherson

Jennifer Davis (Peralta)

November 29, 2012

I am sad that our world lost Auntie Lil, but I am also rejoicing for her, because I know she's dancing with Jesus in Heaven right now! May the joy of knowing that she is at peace flood our hearts with peace as we suffer the loss of such a beautiful soul.

Shirley Andrews

November 29, 2012

I remember when I first met Lillian. I was trying to help her get up out of her recliner and we bumped heads, she started laughing and I did too but the cutest thing was she said she whispered in my ear " that didn't hurt much but lets not do it again' she was still laughing and I told her man you sure have a hard head she made me laugh on a day that I wasn't at my best. Thank you Lillian for all the laughs. God bless you and your family. I know your at home now with Jesus still laughing. Amen

Debbie Leatherbery

November 29, 2012

We Love You, Auntie Lil~

Gail Hershey

November 28, 2012

Ginger, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult times. Sincerely, Dennis, Gail, Susan

Tina (Stephenson) Coronado

November 28, 2012

Lillian was a sweet and caring hearted woman who I will never forget. I worked at Sharmar for about a year as an employee. But before I worked as a employee, I volunteered to help out the patients with my Aunt Margaret "Margi" Neelan. Now Lillian is with her and God and her family. To Ginger and the rest of her family, I am sorry for your loss and my deepest Sympathies.

Tom Munch

November 28, 2012

I really enjoyed getting to sing for Lillian over the past several years at Sharmar. She was always a light in the room and very welcoming. She was very fond of songs about Hawaii and also country tunes. I will miss her. Thoughts and prayers go out to her wonderful family.