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Liz Hope Nieland

January 7, 1969 - July 22, 2020

Loving mother and daughter, affectionate wife, dedicated leader, strong warrior, truehearted friend, and lively spirit. Liz enjoyed gathering with her loved ones and sipping on a delicious glass of wine. Anytime music was in the air, you would see her dancing and singing along. Liz’s incredible smile brightened every room she entered. Everyone who met her instantly fell in love with the amazing woman she is. Her soul lives on in those who miss her and love her dearly.


In leu of flowers, please donate to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in memory of Liz



10 Responses

  1. Carol says:

    It’s so hard to hear this news. it’s been far too many years since I’ve seen Liz, but I can clearly see her bright smile & hear her contagious giggle and laughter. I admired her so much, she will be missed by so many people. Love & prayers to her family.

  2. Alison Broadbent says:

    Sending all of my love to your family. I still remember walking down the aisle as your flower girl at your wedding so many years ago. I am filled with so much sadness, but knowing that Liz is reunited with our father now, brings about some sense of peace during this difficult time.

  3. Nicole says:

    I am extremely sad to hear of Liz’s struggle and passing….., my boss, my trainer someone I called my friend. I met Liz and Ken 1992 at LPG through my cousin Julie Colville. Liz was always a fun, loving, sassy lady . She always made things better, and when the music started watch out:). I will miss Lizard so much along with so many of her friends and colleagues. Rest In peace Liz, thank you for being my authentic friend.
    Nicole Miles❤️

  4. Nancy Trammell says:

    Liz was a bright spot in so many people’s days. May wonderful memories provide comfort as you move through the most difficult times. I know she’s watching over you all.

  5. Kimberly Winder says:

    Lizard was a beautiful person in body, mind and spirit. Her joyful energy and smile could light up any room. I have so many fun and wonderful memories of her and love her dearly. I consider her one of my dearest friends and will keep her memory alive in my heart and soul. The trip that we took out here in 1991 is one of the most defining moments of my life and resulted in such a great life in Colorado for all of us. I am terribly sorry for the loss of your wonderful wife. Thanks for being a great partner to her all these years Ken!

  6. Carole Beebe says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Liz’s loving family. She will be missed greatly and loved always.

  7. Tracy says:

    She was my friend and mentor. I remember all of the laughter and loved the way her face would light up when she smiled. I am so sorry for your loss… We will all miss her and the strong, intelligent, funny, beautiful person that she was. Liz will always be remembered and in my heart.

  8. Joe and Brenda Hernandez says:

    Love you, Liz. Kenny and family, we keep you in our prayers. Please reach out to us if you need anything.

    Love you all.
    Joe and Brenda

  9. Sheree and Ned Zamarripa says:

    Kenny and family. I am so sorry to hear of Liz’s passing. I didn’t realize it would be so soon. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I know you all loved her and her loss is devastating. I will always remember her smile and her strength through all her battle. I loved watching her have fun dancing at the winery. That is the way I will remember her.

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