Obituary – Rundie Lee Grenfel |

Obituary – Rundie Lee Grenfel

Rundie Lee Grenfell died Thursday, Dec. 10, 2009, following a lengthy battle with cancer. She was 40.

Ms. Grenfell was born Sept. 16, 1969, in Denver to Tim and Donna (Agnew) Grenfell.

She grew up and attended schools in Salmon, Idaho, where she lived on her grandmother’s ranch.

Following high school, she returned to Colorado, and in 2005 moved from Grand County and Hot Sulphur Springs to the Copper Gulch area with her significant other, Gary Webster and his children.

She worked in the food service industry.

Ms. Grenfell is survived by two sons and a daughter: Thomas Gates of Salmon, Idaho; Ty Kodi of Denver; and Cloe Gates of Fort Collins.

Also surviving are her significant other, Gary Webster, and his children, daughters Shana Webster and Amy Webster, and son Chad Webster.

Other survivors include her stepfather and mother, Jack and Donna Kolin of Granby; her father, Tim Grenfell of Overton, Nev.; a sister, Shilo Harms of Craig; her grandfather, Don Agnew of Golden; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives.

Additionally, she is survived by her extended family Ken Wisecup and Joy Kozen of Silver Cliff; Sam and Shanda Wisecup, also of Silver Cliff; and Kendra Wisecup of Rosita.

Ms. Grenfell was cremated.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, Jan. 9, 2010, at Hope Lutheran Church in Westcliffe with Pastor Wayne Riddering officiating.

Those wishing may make memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society.