Colleen Bullen Webb

Colleen Bullen Webb

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Colleen Bullen Webb
In Loving Memory

Colleen Bullen Webb, age 93, passed away December 2, 2016 in Lewiston, Utah. Born March 15, 1923
to Newell Willis Bullen and Alverda Thompson Bullen.
Colleen had one son,Larry LaFoy (Virginia Poole) Flippence. She is survived by step-son Eddie Pinson (Terrell Pinson), step-daughter Jeannie (Jerry) Buttars, and step-son Craig Buttars; 5 grandsons Todd Flippence, Dustin (Kimberlee) Flippence, Jared (Kellie) Flippence, Chad (Jenna) Flippence, Scott (Allison) Flippence; 21 great-grandchildren, and 4 great-great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Diane B Weeks, and Tess B Rasmuson. She is preceded in death by 3 husbands, Bert LaFoy Flippence, Harold Charles Pinson, and Lewis D Webb; her parents, Newell Willis and Alverda Bullen, and her son Larry.

Colleen lived in Richmond, Utah; Lewiston, Utah; Preston, Idaho; and Soda Springs, Idaho. She attended school at Richmond, Park, and North Cache High School. Colleen was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Colleen enjoyed working in YWMIA and Relief Society in each of her wards. Friends in Soda Springs helped with transportation to the Logan, Utah Temple. Collen loved to ride horses in her early years. She also enjoyed bowling with friends in Preston. She kept in touch with special friends during their later years even when their travel was difficult. She enjoyed these long-time relationships and missed these friends as they passed. She painted pictures, many of which received ribbons at county fairs and other events. Prior to her sight failing, she skillfully crocheted rugs and afghans. Colleen’s attention to detail lead her to always have an immaculate house and drove her to a true fondness of vacuuming. She kept family and friends readily supplied with chokecherry juice, chokecherry syrup, and raspberry jam. Lewis and Colleen were loyal Utah Jazz fans and rarely missed a televised game. Colleen’s family thanks her for teaching them about proper house cleaning and the “correct” way to mow the lawn.

We want to thank Sunrise Park and the numerous caregivers that helped our grandmother in recent years. A special thanks to Sabrina and Vickie from Sunrise Park and Debbie from Rocky Mountain Hospice Care.
Funeral services will be held at 12:00 noon, Saturday, December 10, 2016, at the Lewiston 3rd Ward, 16 South Main Street, Lewiston, Utah with a viewing to begin at 10:00 am. Interment to follow at the Richmond City Cemetery.

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