Judith Ann Cirbo departed her loving family on February 13, 2022.
Judy was born in Peoria, Illinois on April 30, 1936, to Paul & Cecilia Bringer. She was one of three siblings to her twin sister Joyce and her older brother Bob. In 1962, the family moved to Denver when Paul opened the Denver office for Caterpillar Equipment. Judy worked for Denver Chicago Trucking Company and attended the Young Adults Club where she met James and they were married a year later.
Judy was a loving mother to 4 children Tim, Michelle, Terry and Barbara. She raised her children with patience and devotion in Broomfield, CO with her husband James L Cirbo whom she was married to for 58 years.
As a stay-at-home mom, Judy was known for her giving and loving attitude for her family. Her hobbies included soccer coach and player, 4-H Leader, and CCD teacher. She also loved to bowl, go to church and attend bible studies and retreats with her church community in Lafayette. Judy also was active in prison ministry for many years. She was most proud of her children and grandchildren and enjoyed watching and cheering them on in the bleachers and on the sidelines in all sports.
She is survived by her 4 children and 15 grandchildren, Tim & Stephanie Cirbo of Avon, Indiana, grandchildren Taylor Cirbo, Bryce Cirbo, Ryan & Rachel Colburn, Erik & Michelle Vieselmeyer, grandchildren Erin Carper, Megan Schipper and Kristin Vieselmeyer of Holyoke, Terry & Effie Cirbo, grandchildren Peter, Jimmy and Niko Cirbo of Elk Grove Village, Illinois, and Greg & Barb Armstrong-Cirbo and grandchildren Kaila, Gracie, Colten, Paige and Austin Armstrong of Broomfield, Colorado.
Aside from the children she doted on, Judy is survived by her twin sister Joyce from Mobile, Alabama and her older brother Bob & Ruth Bringer of No. Hudson, Wisconsin, Niece Jody & Ed Ryan Central Point, Oregon, Niece Julie Bringer & Doug from Richmond, Kentucky and Nephew Tom SpiritBringer from Sonora, California.
Services will be held at Immaculate Conception Church in Lafayette. CO at 715 Cabrini Drive 80026-2676 on Monday, February 21, 2022 at 10:00 am. There will be a wake at Immaculate Conception Church on Sunday, February 20th at 7:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Immaculate Conception Church which will direct funds to the Family of Nazareth Seminarians and the Youth Pilgrimage which were two of the things Judy always supported in the church.
Heritage Funeral & Cremation Services of Lafayette is handling arrangements.
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