Sarah Rosanne Alexander (Silverthorne)

Born: Mon., Apr. 22, 1957
Died: Sat., Apr. 4, 2020



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Sarah Rosanne Alexander, 62, of Silverthorne, Colorado since 1992 passed away on April 4, 2020 in Frisco, Colorado. She was born April 22, 1957 in Pueblo, Colorado to Isidore and Rosanne Marie Hurtado. She married Nelson Joseph Alexander on February 20, 1982 in Aurora, Colorado.

Sarah graduated from Davenport High School in 1975. She worked as a medical clerk and CNA. She was a member of the Abundant Life Church and enjoyed many things including making jewelry, stained glass and to many other crafts to list.

Sarah is survived by her husband; father and mother; sons Curt (Kim) Whitehead and Dustin Ryan Alexander; daughter Nicole (Kevin) Davis; grandchildren Summer, Cameran, Kaliyah, Nikko, Calin, Aurielle, Kelly, Matthew, Nehemiah, and Hope; brothers Ken Hurtado, Mark Hurtado and Matthew Hurtado.

In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Abundant Life Church/Sarah Alexander Memorial Fund P.O. Box 23194, Silverthorne, Colorado 80498.

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Patricia Craig
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
I am so sad to hear of Sarah's passing. She was a bright light, and a very giving person. I will never forget her many kindnesses to me when I was a struggling single mom. We enjoyed a lot of rides to work together and had a lot of great discussions on the way! Sarah's joy was her family, and that's who she talked about most. But she cared about everyone and never hesitated to help. Your family are the best neighbors I could have ever had and I will treasure every memory of Sarah and my great fortune to have known someone who truly lived her beliefs.

Ernesto Soto
   Posted Tue April 14, 2020
Sorry to hear about Sara guys, I met her at one of our Christmas party and I know she was a wonderful wife and mother our hearts go out to the whole family, is never easy to see a loved one go so early in their lives, but when you see them go through all the pain that cancer brings to them, you also just want to see them rest, my mother also passed away in 95 when she lost her battle with cancer and on her last days all I could see was her pain and suffering, so if is any consolation just think of Sara being in a better place, if I can be of any help please don’t hesitate god bless!

Jean Ann Schultz Alexander
   Posted Tue April 14, 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss.
May the remembrance of the good times you had together give you peace in your life.
Jean Ann Schultz Alexander

Stephanie Murphy
   Posted Tue April 14, 2020
My deepest sympathies and prayers are with the whole family during this devastating time. Sarah was such a warm hearted, caring soul, and was well loved by so many. I will miss seeing her smile in the office from time to time. I know she will be remembered for always and her spirit will be carried on through her children and grandchildren. Love to all.

Holly Emrick
   Posted Wed April 15, 2020
Nelson, Curt, Nikki, Kelly and Matthew...
We were so surprised to hear of Sarah’s passing. She was such a beautiful soul and neighbor. We first got to know her when she worked for Dr. Chris and always loved visiting with her. What I’ll remember most was her welcoming smile and caring nature. She sure loved all of you with a passion. Tiger, Toril and I are so very sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful woman.

Dr Chris
   Posted Wed April 15, 2020
Sarah was such an important member of our team at Ebert Childrens Clinic. We will never forget her

Dawn Wooten
   Posted Fri July 17, 2020
Nelson & family... my heart breaks for your loss. I wish I had more opportunities to build a stronger relationship with Sarah as my sister-in-law, but what I did discover was her kindness and openness when we were able to spend time together. God bless all of you and keep you in this arms.

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