Elaine F. Buckley

April 7, 1925April 5, 2021

Elaine Faith Buckley passed away peacefully in Westminster on April 5, 2021 just two days before her 96th birthday. She was lovingly surrounded by her family. Throughout her long, wonderful life she maintained a positive attitude and enjoyed spending time with her family. She loved fishing, butterflies, gardening, jarts, puzzling (20, all framed!) and trips to Wendy’s Hamburgers.

She was lovingly known as “Flower” by her husband. In her early years, Elaine lived through the Depression and 14 U.S. Presidents. She enjoyed having family over for gatherings, traveling to Kentucky visiting her son and family and cruises to Florida.

She was preceded in life by her loving husband Harold, son Dennis Bobbett, and granddaughter Deborah Bobbett.

Survivors include, her daughter Janice Sullivan and husband Tim and daughter in law, Joyce Bobbett. Grandchildren include, Julie & Tim, Brent & Sophia, Scott, Holly & Ron, Dennis and Dru. Great grandchildren include, Natalia & Alex, Andrea, Joey, Luke, Nicole, Ethan, Allie, Denny Jr., Tiffany, Austin, Ashley, and Erik.

Services for Elaine will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 10:00 am at Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary Cemetery, located at 7777 W. 29th Ave. in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. She will be laid to rest at Block 45, Lot 105 alongside her husband Harold.


  • Joey Gallo
  • Allie Gallo
  • Nicole Sullivan
  • Andrea Sullivan
  • Luke Sullivan
  • Ethan Sullivan


10 April

Graveside Service

10:00 am

Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary & Cemetery

Staging area "B"

7777 West 29th Avenue
Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033


Elaine F. Buckley

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Katie Coates

April 9, 2021

Elaine, "Grandma B," will forever live in my memory with that beautiful, enduring smile and cheerful outlook. Like a second grandmother to me, I was fortunate to grow up spending lots of time with my Sullivan cousins from childhood through today, and much of that time involved being with Grandma B for all kinds of get-togethers. She loved to laugh and found so much joy in the smallest of things, like sitting in the sun enjoying her flowers or having a tasty treat with family. She was a great sport with her grandkids and great grandkids, always allowing them to be silly and playful, even with crazy photos on Snapchat! Grandma B was truly a kind, gentle-hearted woman and a beautiful soul. I am so thankful for having her in my life and being a close recipient of her kindness and love. Enjoy the plentiful gardens, hummingbirds and butterflies where you are, Grandma B. !