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January 7, 1954 ~ August 21, 2023 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Rhonda Laird age 69 of Parker Colorado Passed away on August 21. 2023. She had been struggling with Glimoablastoma for the last 6 ½ years of her life.
She is survived by her mother Mary Lou Jennings, children Eric, Joe, and Justin Butler. Sister Roxanne Corace, Brother Randy Jennings and husband Tim Laird.
Rhonda was Born on January 7th 1954 the daughter of Ron and Mary Lou Jennings. Rhonda meets Tim at the age of thirty and they were married 3 years later May 14, 1988. Rhonda’s had three children were from her previous marriage. They went on to live a stable and comfortable life. Rhonda had other encounter with cancer breast cancer at age 36, and lung cancer at age 40. Despite these difficulties Rhonda and Tim were married for 35 years.
Rhonda was able to retire at age 46 when Tim and Rhonda moved to Elizabeth Colorado where they spent next 20 years. Rhonda was able to enjoy her time in the country. She spent time with her horse Dunny, and the other animals her 2 goats Andy and Oppy. There were several chickens she had names for all of them. She had several dogs and cats over that period. Rhonda adored her little dog Reily for 16 years.
Rhonda was caring and loving wife. She cared deeply about her children and family. Rhonda was the type of person who tried to get along with other and did not like confrontation. She will be missed by those who love her. She will endure in their memories. Rhonda’s faith in God has helped guide her through her life, to embrace the good, and provided her with guidance during her struggles.