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Pauline Ferguson

Pauline Ferguson

Saturday, October 15th, 1949 Friday, May 31st, 2019

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Obituary for Pauline Jane Ferguson

Pauline J. Ferguson, 69 passed away peacefully in her sleep May 31, 2019 at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood, Colorado.
Polly, as she was known, was born October 15, 1949 to Ronald G. Pardee and Phyllis J. Roberts in Detroit, Michigan. She would then be the big sister to Steve, Pam, Joe and Jimmy. Her family moved to Denver, Colorado in the late 50's, where she would later be part of the inaugural class that opened Thomas Jefferson High School. In 1968, Polly met Daniel C. Ferguson in Waterford, Michigan and they were married on July 13th. They adopted their son Ronald G. Ferguson from El Salvador in 1975. The couple would later adopt two more children from Korea, daughters Kerensa M. Nelson (nee Ferguson) and Danielle C. Ferguson. Polly was an accomplished seamstress and crafter. She spent nearly 30 years as a self-employed vendor in local craft shows in both Michigan and Colorado. Polly loved spending her free time with her family and her pet dog, Cocoa. Her legacy of love and creativity will be carried on by her children and her granddaughters, Destiny and Josephine.

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Coleen Sauve

Condolences, love and prayers to her family.
Comment | Posted at 03:05pm via Condolence
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Cindy Bennett

People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime.

When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need you have expressed or just felt. They have come to assist you through a hard time, to provide you with guidance and support, to aid you physically, emotionally or spiritually. Then, suddenly, the person disappears from your life. Your need has been met; their work is done.

Some people come into your life for a SEASON, because your turn has come to share or grow or give back. They bring you an experience of peace or make you laugh. They give you great joy. Believe it; it is real. But only for a season.

Lifetime relationships teach you lifetime lessons—things you must build upon to have a solid emotional foundation. Your job is to accept the lesson, love the person and put what you have learned to use in all your other relationships.

Think about the people in your life over the years. Whether they were there for a reason, a season or a lifetime, accept them and treasure them for however long they were meant to be part of your life.

And when they are gone, be thankful for the gifts you received from them when they were here—for a reason, a season or a lifetime...
Comment | Posted at 08:30pm via Condolence
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Ron Ferguson

She love to laugh and give her time, heart and patience. She was very intelligent yet humble. She loved like no other and I was always in awe how strong her resolve was at any given time. I am very lucky to have her by my side every day for words of encouragement, a comforting hug or a good belly laugh. I love you Mom now and forever. Thank you for being you. It was the best thing to ever happen to me.
Comment | Posted at 06:56pm via Condolence
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