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Michelle Renee Prescott
March 25, 1972 ~ November 5, 2023 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Michelle Renee Prescott passed away on November 5th, 2023 after living a full and joyful 51 years. She was an amazing mother, devoted sister, daughter, and friend. The first of two daughters born to Charles and Marlene Bourgeois, Michelle grew up riding horses, raising animals, and winning awards through her 4H chapter. While at Lewis Palmer High School, she grew in her love for the oboe, strived to earn Valedictorian honors, and even had time to letter in cross country.
From there, Michelle attended Texas Christian University, where her blood truly “turned purple”. She had a deep love for the horned frogs and for her chosen profession as a speech language pathologist. Michelle was also accepted into the sisterhood of Alpha Chi Omega, where she remained an active member until her death, helping countless women enter the Alpha Chi Omega sisterhood throughout the years.
Marrying into a military family, she was a devoted wife who raised her two pride and joys, her daughter Jillian Renee (Prescott) Wilbourne and son Ellis “Ren” Prescott. Carrying the brunt of 21 years as a military wife, she raised Jillian and Ellis through 10 moves while maintaining a full time position as a speech pathologist. She also drove them to countless morning swim practices and was her kids’ biggest fans! Her proudest moments were pinning Jillian into her AXO sisterhood and traveling across the country to cheer on Ellis as he won “Rookie of the Year” at his conference swim meet his freshman year.
Michelle finally settled back in Colorado where she became involved in a number of communities. She was instrumental to the Rebuilder’s Support group, CrossFit Widespread Fitness gym, Alpha Chi Alumni “NuNu” Chapter, and so much more! She finally found peace, telling her children how happy she was days before her passing.
Michelle is survived by her parents, her sister, Mandy Irons, her children, her son-in-law, Cole Wilbourne, and 4 nephews, Peter Prescott, Will Prescott, Riley Irons, and Chase Irons.
If there is one thing to say about Michelle, it is that she was loved by so many people because she made so many people feel loved.