Julia Foltz Obituary, Death – Julia Lee “Tinker” Foltz, who resided in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and had reached the age of 82 when she passed away on November 27, 2022, did so in the comfort of her own home, surrounded by members of her family. The 15th of April, 1940 finds Tinker Sullivan being born in the city of Colorado Springs. His father’s name was Houston, and his mother’s name was Julia. She attended Colorado Springs High School and graduated with the class of 1958. Her year of graduation was 1958. Shortly after she received her high school diploma, on September 19, 1958, she wed the man who would go on to become the love of her life, Ronald “Ronnie” Foltz. Together, they raised their family on the western side of Colorado Springs.

When Sportsman’s Paradise in Lake George, Colorado, first opened its doors 43 years ago, Tinker became a member of the establishment. After her husband passed away in 1991, she started working at Allied Building Products, where she worked for over 20 years before retiring as the office manager. She was there when the company was founded. In 2014, she became known as “Great Grandma,” which is abbreviated as “GG” in the following sentence. Tinker had an immense amount of love and affection for each of her great-grandchildren, and their presence in her life provided her a great deal of joy and laughter. They were also crucial in her maintaining her youthful spirit.

Tinker’s husband, Houston Sullivan, and her parents, Julia (Webb) Sullivan and Ronnie Sullivan, all went away before she did. Tinker’s parents were also her grandparents. Tinker is the sole member of her immediate family to have survived. Tinker is survived by her two daughters, Cindy McBride (and her husband Bill) and Tammy Compton (and her husband Michael), as well as her sister Rebecca “Becky” Davis (and her husband Bob), her two granddaughters, Mollie Faunce and Lacey Park (and their respective husbands Kyle), her five great-grandchildren, Houston, 8, Wyatt, 6, Lola, 7, Everette, 4, and Margo, 1, and many other treasured family members. Tinker also leaves behind many other Tinker is also responsible for the legacy of a great many additional.

There will be a viewing for Julia on Wednesday, December 14th, from three in the afternoon to half past four in the evening. You can find the Evergreen Funeral Home at 1830 East Fountain Boulevard, California 80910, in the United States of America. A Celebration of Life will be held on the 15th of December, beginning at eleven in the morning and continuing until one in the afternoon. The Norris Penrose Event Center’s Heritage Room, which can be found at 1045 Lower Gold Camp Road, Suite 80906, California 80906 (2nd Floor South side of the building) The Funeral Services for Julia Will Be Carried Out Here (Tinker)