Colleen Ann Alexander
1956 - 2021
BORN
1956
DIED
2021
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Alexander

Colleen Ann

(Hartung) Alexander

November 30, 1956

May 28, 2021



LOVELY, DEVOTED WIFE

Colleen Ann Alexander, age 64, passed peacefully into eternal life on May 28, 2021, six years after being diagnosed with ALS. Her husband Burt, was at her bedside. She was born November 30, 1956 to Jayne and Paul Hartung Sr., in Aberdeen, South Dakota where she spent her childhood. Upon graduating high school, she attended Wahpeton State College in North Dakota to study architectural concept and design. Later, she attended college in San Francisco, and finished her interior design degree in Colorado Springs.

She moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado to be near her parents and other family members. Colleen began a career in interior design working at Weburg's Furniture as a floor designer arranging store displays.

She was highly creative constructing furniture design and clothing fashion styles. Her specialty was one-day interior design makeovers.

In 1988 while working, she met and later married, Burt Alexander, on February 14, 1989 spending the last 32 years together. She is preceded in death by her parents, Jayne and Paul Hartung, Sr., and survived by her husband, Burt Alexander and stepsons Paul and Brian Alexander.

Surviving sibling are Susan Wehrung, Denver, Colorado, Paul Hartung, Jr., Highlands Ranch, Colorado, James Hartung and Carolyn Kreider both of Colorado Springs, as well as, nieces Sara Spring, Greenwood Village, Colorado, Emily Kreider, Colorado Springs, and two nephews Ryan Hartung, Highlands Ranch, Colorado, and Jamie Wehrung of Austin, Texas.

Upon entering the gates of heaven, Colleen was met with open arms by her creator, and mother and father. Now she is home and now she is free.
Published by The Gazette from Jun. 4 to Jun. 9, 2021.
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My heart is breaking for you (Burt) and all who loved her! I will continue to pray for peace & strength for you! I truly believe you were Colleen’s soulmate and you blessed her with the love & compassion you showed her these last few years. I will forever be grateful for that! Red velvet cake & coke will always remind me of our high school days. Hugs to you Burt,
Shari Goehner
Shari Goehner
Friend
June 8, 2021
A kind soul departed this temporal life much too soon. Colleen fought a courageous battle with a merciless disease which robbed her of every part of her life until she could breathe no more.
She is my Stepmom, she is a kindhearted giving person and she loved my Dad which is her soulmate. They loved each other and were 100% devoted to each other. To all the cookies baked, meals prepared and the hospitality you showed over the years, thank you Colleen. Colleen is absent from this temporal life and is present with her heavenly Father. She can breath, talk and walk. She is 100% healed in her eternal life. May God give her husband, my Dad strength as he continues in his temporal life.

Paul Alexander
Glendale, AZ
Paul V Alexander
Family
June 7, 2021
Shari Goehner
Friend
June 6, 2021
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