Jane Kerbel

Jane Loreen Kerbel

Monday, December 24th, 1934 - Sunday, October 6th, 2019
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Jane Laurene Kerbel born in Fort Collins, Colorado December 24, 1938, died in Alamosa, Colorado on October 6, 2019 at the age of 80. Jane was an incredibly giving person, always placing other people’s needs before her own. She never stopped working, never found a task to menial or difficult and always helped others. A favorite Bible Verse of Jane’s was Psalm 24:14, Wait on the Lord. Be of good courage and He shall strengthen your heart. Wait, I say, on the Lord. She was the first President of the Christian Women’s Club, Alamosa Senior Center and a member of the Living Waters Church. She will surely be missed. Jane was born the tenth child of Lewis and Luella Metcalf. She is survived by her husband Robert Kerbel, sister, Carolyn Grimm, sons, Greg (Tammy) Kerbel, Jeff (Andrea) Kerbel, grandchildren, Michael (Jamie) Kerbel, Matthew Kerbel, Tanith (Jerry) Martinez and Emily Hicks, great grandchildren, Christopher, Trent, Tilden and Atlee as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family. Interment will take place at Resthaven Memorial Gardens in Fort Collins. To express condolences, please visit
Rogers Family Mortuary in Alamosa is in care of the arrangements.
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    Resthaven Memorial Gardens
    8426 US Highway 287
    Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
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Marsha Gallagher

Posted at 01:05pm
Our heartfelt sympathy to you, Robert and all your family. Her beautiful spirit will be missed. I remember Jane wearing that very hat at a Christian Woman's Club meeting, only Jane!! Jane was such a caring, giving person and her faith shined brightly in all she did. She was such a lovely example for all of us involved in Christian Women's Club and it was an honor to serve on the board with her. She was always a joy to be around, her laughter was infectious and what a great sense of humor too! Praying God will comfort you all during this tender time.
Thinking of you!
Marsha and Tim Gallagher

Kelly Johnson

Posted at 09:16pm
Jane was such wonderful and genuine woman. My sincere condolences to Bob and the Kerbel Family. Kelly Johnson.

Sherry Sanchez

Posted at 06:06pm
Miss. Jane has been part of our lives for 16 years, and I'm so blessed she came into our lives. We lived across the street from her and Mr. Robert, she shared her tomatoes and her plants. When they would go to Arizona for the winter, we use to take care of the house and water plants. She will be truely missed by our family, we send our deepest condolences to the whole family.
With our deepest respect and love,
Sam & Sherry Sanchez
and Family.

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