Harriet Lois Wilson
Harriet Lois Wilson April 3, 1928 – January, 26, 2020. Harriet was born to Leonard William Sanguine and Addie Lucile Moyer. She grew up with eight sisters and brothers; Eva, Laura, Nora, Rena, Martha, Bill, Iris and Burt in the small town of Havre, Montana. Harriet met Donald Herrick Wilson when he was working as a surveyor in Montana. They were married in Vernal, Utah on October 11, 1947. Harriet and Don lived in eastern Utah for a few years before settling in Rangely, Colorado where they raised their six children in the Chevron Oil Camp.
The Wilson’s were members of the “Pink Baptist Church”, as it was called, in Rangely for many years. Harriet was also, an active member of Eastern Star and a past Worthy Matron in Rangely.
Don worked for Chevron USA and they were transferred to Snyder, Texas in 1971, Lakewood, Colorado in 1974 and back to Rangely in 1977. Harriet enjoyed the moves and always took pleasure in her new surroundings. Don and Harriet retired in 1986 and moved to Battlement Mesa, Colorado. After Don’s death in 2007, Harriet moved to the Denver area where many of her children and grandchildren live. Harriet was a skilled artistwho took pleasure in drawing and painting. She enjoyedgardening, sewing, crafting, playing bridge, researching Native American artifacts and culture and being a wife and mother.
Harriet was proceeded in death by her husband Don, her daughter Susan and her six sisters; Eva Beck, Laura Rudie, Nora Anderson, Rena Anderson, Martha Norby and Iris Pfister.
Harriet is survived by; her two brothers Bill Sanquine (Phyllis), Burt Sanquine (Lilie), five children Nancy Cameron-Mexico, Billie Wilkening(Garry) –Severance,CO, Lucy Anthony (Lyle)- Grand Junction, CO, Don Wilson(Gail) – Morrison, CO and Jenny Collins(David) – Grand Junction, CO. Ten Grandchildren; Jason Green (Tammy), Kevin Green (Suzanne), Amy Cervantez (Michelle), Eric Wilkening(Kristen), JuliRasmussen, Lori Wilson, David Wilson, Dan Wilson, Lindsay Kerven(Grant) and Kelsie Collins. Along with six Great Grandchildren; Kora, BreAnna, Cayleah, Ashley, Greyson and Collins.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, April 18th, 2020, 11:00 a.m. at Allnutt Funeral Chapel, located at 2100 N. Lincoln Avenue, Loveland, CO 80538.
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