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Beth (Wittebort) Holcombe

- February 1, 2018

On February 1, 2018, Beth (Wittebort) Holcombe, a woman of courage and determination, lost her battle with a rare cancer. Over the past year and a half she pushed forward to live her life doing the things she loved most.  Because of the care from her medical team and family she was able to rest peacefully at home. The relief that she is no longer in pain is a blessing and she will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
Beth was born in Massachusetts and the family moved to Colorado when Beth was three. She was a long time resident of Evergreen moving there in 1963. She attended Wilmot Elementary, Evergreen Junior and Senior High Schools (1979). Growing up in Evergreen she enjoyed her mountains and riding her horses. In high school she played Volleyball and was a pom pom Girl. After graduating from college she worked in business management in Las Vegas, Denver and Littleton, creating many happy clients and lifetime friends. She was especially proud of her daughter Heather and her grand children Dakota and Beckem, spending much of her free time with them and her son-in-law Jeff.
Beth’s legacy will live on in the laughter and smiles of her loving family. She is survived by her daughter Heather Black (Jeff), two grandchildren Dakota and Beckem, her sister Cindy Wittebort (Deb), her brother Jeff Wittebort, her favorite niece Amanda Wittebort (all of Colorado), her cousins Jill Ryan (Ray) of New York, Julie Ensman (Ken) of Ohio, and Mark Wittebort of Pennsylvania, her Uncle Dave Harshbarger of Ohio, her aunt Dotty Smith of Florida, as well as other family and many friends. She is the youngest child of Sy and Marilyn Wittebort, former longtime residents of Evergreen, who precede her in death.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made in memory of Beth Holcombe to the college fund for her grandchildren.
Make checks payable to: Scholars Choice. On the memo line : Holcombe Grandchildren.
Please mail to Beth’s former employer: Matt Carpinelli, AFC Wealth, 900 S. Kipling Pkwy #100, Lakewood, Co.


One Response

  1. Marilyn Quinn says:

    Beth will definitely be missed. I knew Beth through Matt and Andy Carpanelli. She was so helpful with my questions regarding my retirement account. She was always so knowledgeable and patient even when I asked the stupid questions. I was fortunate enough to get to know Beth a little better on a personal level. She was so proud of her family and loved telling stories about them. I have missed her sweet voice on the other end of the phone these past months. There will always be a special place in my heart for Beth along with many wonderful memories.