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Colleen Densmore McFarland


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Oct 14, 1957 – Feb 19 2019

Colleen Densmore McFarland was brought home to heaven on February 19th 2019. She had been diagnosed with Stage IV cancer that was throughout her body.  She passed away from complications of her treatment .

She looked at her cancer as a call to live the rest of her life in the fullest possible way. She loved everyone and was everybody’s friend and sister. She had the best outlook and she fought like the trooper she was!

She is survived by her mother Twanette Densmore, siblings Lynn Densmore Toler, Dan Densmore and Sherri Harley. Nieces and nephews Charity Baca, Erica Espinoza, David Densmore , Angela Densmore, Melissa Toler, Rebecca Toler, Tristan Toler and more great nieces/nephews. Her greatest sadness was not being able to see her great niece Nadia and great great nephew Sammy grow up. We will always remember her wicked sense of humor. She will forever be missed. We hope you all cherish all the memories that you have of Colleen

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6 responses to “Colleen Densmore McFarland”

  1. Norma says:

    I am deeply saddened by this news. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Colleen party like a Rock star in heaven <3 we've got this!

  2. Sherry Bowering says:

    Prayers for all my cousins and her mother. I’m so sorry for your loss. She was taken to soon, she is out of pain and at Rest. RIP Colleen you will be missed, till we meet again.

  3. Joan says:

    Colleen made the world a better place just by being here. Many years ago she was my son’s Godmother. I know we will meet again in Heaven ❤️?

  4. Patrick L. says:

    The world has lost one of the most beautiful souls there ever was . And I personally have lost one of my best and oldest friends. Even though she had moved far away some years ago, we stayed in touch and after years of saying I was going to come out to see her ,I finally was able to come to Arizona in late 2017and see her one more time. Colleen was a strong person who always took the high road with a determined and positive approach no matter the circumstances. So its no surprise that the last time i talked to her i had no idea that it world be the last. She assured me things were going well and I promised a longer visit next time…..I’m so sorry.

  5. Lynn..aka...Big Sis says:

    Our dad used to call me ‘big sis’ and Colleen was ‘little sis’…I will forever miss my ‘little sis’

  6. Sherri Harley says:

    Colleen was one of the most carefree loving people I’ve ever known. She was all about having fun and living in the moment. She never saw the cup 1/2 empty it was always 1/2 full and actually with her running over.
    She had misfortunes but that never got her down. This is so hard to fathom that I will never see her again!!
    We love you Stymie!!! I will see you again and I’m happy you are finally out of pain! Love you to the moon and back Weiner!!
    She has lots of nicknames

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Colleen Densmore McFarland


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Oct 14, 1957 – Feb 19 2019

Colleen Densmore McFarland was brought home to heaven on February 19th 2019. She had been diagnosed with Stage IV cancer that was throughout her body.  She passed away from complications of her treatment .

She looked at her cancer as a call to live the rest of her life in the fullest possible way. She loved everyone and was everybody’s friend and sister. She had the best outlook and she fought like the trooper she was!

She is survived by her mother Twanette Densmore, siblings Lynn Densmore Toler, Dan Densmore and Sherri Harley. Nieces and nephews Charity Baca, Erica Espinoza, David Densmore , Angela Densmore, Melissa Toler, Rebecca Toler, Tristan Toler and more great nieces/nephews. Her greatest sadness was not being able to see her great niece Nadia and great great nephew Sammy grow up. We will always remember her wicked sense of humor. She will forever be missed. We hope you all cherish all the memories that you have of Colleen

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6 responses to “Colleen Densmore McFarland”

  1. Norma says:

    I am deeply saddened by this news. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Colleen party like a Rock star in heaven <3 we've got this!

  2. Sherry Bowering says:

    Prayers for all my cousins and her mother. I’m so sorry for your loss. She was taken to soon, she is out of pain and at Rest. RIP Colleen you will be missed, till we meet again.

  3. Joan says:

    Colleen made the world a better place just by being here. Many years ago she was my son’s Godmother. I know we will meet again in Heaven ❤️?

  4. Patrick L. says:

    The world has lost one of the most beautiful souls there ever was . And I personally have lost one of my best and oldest friends. Even though she had moved far away some years ago, we stayed in touch and after years of saying I was going to come out to see her ,I finally was able to come to Arizona in late 2017and see her one more time. Colleen was a strong person who always took the high road with a determined and positive approach no matter the circumstances. So its no surprise that the last time i talked to her i had no idea that it world be the last. She assured me things were going well and I promised a longer visit next time…..I’m so sorry.

  5. Lynn..aka...Big Sis says:

    Our dad used to call me ‘big sis’ and Colleen was ‘little sis’…I will forever miss my ‘little sis’

  6. Sherri Harley says:

    Colleen was one of the most carefree loving people I’ve ever known. She was all about having fun and living in the moment. She never saw the cup 1/2 empty it was always 1/2 full and actually with her running over.
    She had misfortunes but that never got her down. This is so hard to fathom that I will never see her again!!
    We love you Stymie!!! I will see you again and I’m happy you are finally out of pain! Love you to the moon and back Weiner!!
    She has lots of nicknames

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