Myrna Swift

Myrna Bell Swift

Thursday, December 27th, 1951 - Sunday, September 27th, 2020
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Alamosa resident Myrna Bell Swift, 68, passed away on September 27, 2020. She was born on December 27, 1951 in Denver, CO to Clyde and Eileen (Murray) Swift of Alamosa. She grew up in the San Luis Valley, lived in Denver for several years, and eventually returned to the Valley, which she always considered her home.

Myrna worked at the Alamosa Welcome Center for eleven years, where visitors enjoyed her engaging personality and helpful attitude. Her favorite projects involved working with the Center’s dedicated volunteers.

She became an active member of the Alamosa SDA Church in 2015, and formed many lasting friendships within the congregation.

She looked forward to volunteering each year with the Early Iron Festival, and was instrumental in organizing the Ladies Tea and Vintage Fashion Show from 2007-2019.

Myrna was preceded in death by her parents, Clyde and Eileen Swift. She is survived by her children, Jill Corbin of Savannah, Georgia and Neal Witkowski of Berlin, Germany, her sister Jewell Ann Meredith of Alamosa, Colorado, and her stepchildren, Dan Witkowski of Telluride, Colorado and June Ritchie of Arvada, Colorado.

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Roseanna Scheffer

Posted at 01:43pm
It was with a heavy heart I felt, finding Myrna's obituary in the paper. The last time we got to see and visit was at our exercise class. We talked about having lunch when personal agendas were take care of. I always found her greeting others with a smile and good word. Her and Jewel Ann were my mentors when I started into barrel racing. They were kind and offered positive suggestions which was a rarity with the others I approached. I adored her mom and dad. It is an honor knowing Myrna Bell. I have wonderful memories to carry with me. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family and should a need arise, please feel free to call on me. My prayers go out to her family.
Roseanna Scheffer

Susanne Kanen Posted at 10:48pm

My dear sweet friend. I miss you so much. Thank you for always being tender hearted, loving, and funny. I enjoyed getting to know you and becoming good friends. I enjoyed having you live with us for three months while you were getting treatments. You were an inspiration to my daughter who is at this moment getting her stem-cell transplant. We were tremendously blessed to have you in our lives. See you at the Tree of Life. Much love, Don and Sue Kanen

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