Mary K. Riffelmacher
December 15, 1946 January 6, 2019
Mary Riffelmacher, 72, passed away in C/S, CO. Mary was born in Springfield, MA.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Hazel and William Stroshine. She is survived by her daughter Renee Riffelmacher of CS and "adopted" son Charley (Char) Snyder of C/S, two fur-babies, and 4 grandchildren.
She was a huge Red Sox and Denver Broncos fan. I will cherish the memories we had forever. Mommy, I love you so much, we will be together again one day!

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Published by The Gazette on Jan. 11, 2019.
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I always loved Mary, she was such a spitfire. We had many good times after hours. I remember how much she loved her furbabies. I loved her whole family, as well. I'm so sorry to hear this news and am sending prayers for you, Renee, and her grandchildren that will miss her. Rest in Peace, Mary.
Gloria Waugh
January 14, 2019
You were always the fun gal. When I think of you, I remember all the good times at DEC and after after work too. You will always be remembered.
Barbara Penn
January 13, 2019
Thinking of you during this time. We all knew how much you loved her. She will always be your guardian angel. <3
Rachele Pavey
January 11, 2019
Miss Mary you were my Beloved Dear Friend
I will miss our talks together, your smile & wonderful sense of are now a beautiful yellow rose in Gods garden & will be greatly missed
Tammy Huizar
January 11, 2019
Love you Mommy!You always believed in angels and now you are one! Please continue to look out for me!
Renee Riffelmacher
January 11, 2019
Mommy, you were my everything these past few years. Thank you for your patience and advice. You were always there for me even if I did make you mad. You never could stay mad at me for long though! I will miss our talks about everything and everything. Our silly nights in the living room were always so much fun and full of laughter. I will miss you giving me the weather and traffic updates before I went to work every morning right before you told me to be careful and that you love me and to have a good day. I will miss it all! You had the greatest stories to share with me and I will always keep those memories close to my heart. I will love you forever and always! You will always be my Pookie!
Renee Riffelmacher
January 11, 2019
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Shellemarie Scott
January 11, 2019
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