Betty Guinn

Betty Jean Guinn

Thursday, March 19th, 1931 - Saturday, March 6th, 2021
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Betty was born on a farm in Holstein, Iowa, March 19, 1931. She died on March 6, 2021, at home in Loveland, in the house that she and Joe built. Happy 90th Birthday to this much loved woman! Her parents Jesse and Malinda (Kuehl) Jensen, and her brother Wendell Jensen, preceded her in death. She graduated from Holstein High School and National Business School in Sioux City, Iowa.. There she met a good friend whose brother was serving in Korea. Upon his return, Betty married Roland Joseph Guinn. They had 4 children, and have lived in Loveland since 1960. Joe and their daughter Kathy Joe (Guinn) Kelly, preceded her in death. Surviving children are Mike Guinn, Joni (Mike) Suther, and Scott (Debbie) Guinn. She has 8 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Betty worked as a school secretary, helping to open Lincoln Elementary and staying for 21 years. She LOVED her job, students, parents and coworkers. In later years she volunteered at Pathways Hospice and Rialto Theater. Betty loved to travel, hike a mountain stream, be near the ocean. She was happy tending flowers, reading books, playing cards, being with family and the many friends she met along the way!
Betty’s last breath came while her children, her cat, and Pastor Jim prayed over her. Minutes later, a flock of ravens that had gathered in a tree outside her bedroom, took flight into a bright blue sky.
Memorials to Colorado Talking Book Library, Mountain View Presbyterian Church, Pathways Hospice, Meals on Wheels.
Her wish to have a memorial at a later date will be honored, along with her wish for all of us to remember the good times. Truly missed, deeply loved, never forgotten
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Patricia Wilson

Posted at 12:59pm
What a loss. I had the privilege of knowing Betty through the Red Hats and some of our card groups. A beautiful lady inside and out. Always kind, sweet, a joy to be around and a smile on her face. Sincere sympathy to her family and friends. May you find peace and comfort in the beautiful memories she has left in your hearts! RIP, Betty, will so miss you when we start to play cards again. Pat

Eileen Huddle

Posted at 10:05am
Betty was the secretary at Lincoln Elementary the same time I started as secretary of Monroe Elementary. She was always so helpful to give advice and assistance to a "Nubee" in the secretary field as I learned the "ropes". She was a sweet, wonderful lady...and a pleasure to have known her. Eileen Huddle

Marilyn Kunzie

Posted at 02:09pm
Knew Betty from working at school district. Later we were in the same Red Hat group and played Hand & Foot together in a different group. Betty was always one of the most pleasant and special ladies I've had the privilege to know. My sincere sympathy to her family at her loss. Marilyn Kunzie

Jan VanAusdall

Posted at 07:31pm
Betty was the Lincoln elementary secretary when my kids went there. She was always such a joy to all the families. She was the nicest lady around. So sorry for your great loss Joni and family.
Jan Powell VanAusdall

Deborah Hasler

Posted at 09:48am
How sad I am that Miss Betty has passed. She was a kind, sweet lady and would be so friendly when I lived in the neighborhood and would pass when walking my dogs. I know she lived long and was assisted by her daughter and son and their families. You were a blessing to her. I will remember her with fondness. -Deborah Hasler

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