Lue Frances Bedlien

December 25, 1931July 15, 2020

Lue Frances Bedlien was born on December 25, 1931 in Elder, Colorado and passed away on July 15, 2020 in Pueblo, Colorado and is under the care of T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Funeral Service will be held on July 24, 2020 at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home, 329 Goodnight Ave., Pueblo, Colorado.

Serving as pallbearers are Joe Rupp, Chad Rupp, Eli Rupp, Seth Rupp, Cognan Slagle, Westin Slagle.

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  • Joe Rupp
  • Chad Rupp
  • Eli Rupp
  • Seth Rupp
  • Cognan Slagle
  • Westin Slagle


  • Funeral Service

    Friday, July 24, 2020


Lue Frances Bedlien

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Eva Arnim

July 18, 2021

I remember Frances loving her yard. And all things living. I have some of her plants they keep her alive.
We miss you so much dear sister. Your letters, p home calls and visits life is so different without you.

Eva Arnim

July 19, 2020

You were my best friend, sister, confidant and second mom.
Gosh I miss you already. I love you Frances.
God blessed us with a wonderful lady and got a great one back!!!

Joyce Cohen

July 19, 2020

Frances you are and always be our elder sister who gave advice when needed. + showed love to each person you met in life. You wrote letters to each and everyone of our brothers and sisters we will miss your reporting of how life is and how you shared with others and they shared with you, too. Every time I see a rose bush I think of you cause you shared with so many people the roses you grew and put the roses in a special bowl so they would last longer. You pressed flowers in books so you could send them in your many letters you mailed. I tried to send flowers in the mail but didn't know they had to be pressed dry in books before mailing them to people wow what a mess till I learned to dry them first than share. In life you gave of yourself even when someone didn't return letters to you. That didn't stop you from trying to send your love in flowers grown in your yard. Love always from Howie and Joyce

Suzi Q Spessard-Greenwalt

July 18, 2020

What a fun lady . You will so missed especially when I come out to visit from Seattle and we would all go out for dinner or just hang out. Know that you are loved very much.

Brenda Wait

July 18, 2020

Frances will be sadly missed by many. Many learned a lot from her. I remember her telling me, "put something white behind the eye of a needle and it will thread threw". It works every time, first try. I think of that everytime I do cross stitch or hand sewing. You fought a tuff battle, may you now rest in peace.

Kimberly Key

July 18, 2020

I will forever love and miss you. Your love, kindness, and funny stories will be greatly missed. You always had a way to help make whatever I was going through a little easier, by telling me "Let God help". Well I'm now letting God help ease the pain of your absence. Love forever and always, Your Niece

Nancy Bedlien

July 18, 2020

My Favorite Ma-in-Law! You're so deeply missed already...Thank You for being You! <3

Lynn Moore

July 18, 2020

Frances was so full of life and very special. We have lots and lots of good memories from when we did the Mt Man rendezvous and after then too. She and I shared a love of sewing. Her door was always open to everyone and she had a vast capability for love, especially for her children and grandchildren.

Sandra Wait

July 17, 2020

Thank you for being such a great sister, friend and a second Mom! You are the glue within this family. I’ll miss you and your letters! Love you