Georgia Starbuck

Obituary of Georgia Ann Starbuck

Georgia Ann Starbuck, 80, gained her wings and flew up to heaven on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 . She was born June 27, 1941 in Greeley, Colorado to Henry and Elsey Becker. Georgia was a daycare provider for over 30 years, welcoming generations of children into her home and heart. She loved sharing her view of the world with her amatuer photography. She was a beloved mother to Kim Becker, Brett Becker, Marcy (Joel) Konig, Michelle (Paul) Perry, Sean (Kristen) Starbuck, and Kari Putnum. Georgia was Grandma to Kelby (Kaeley) Konig, Kayla Konig, Kyndra Konig, Dagen Starbuck, Braeden Starbuck, Declan Starbuck, Emmalynn Starbuck, and Dawson Starbuck. She was also Great Grandma to Aria Edson, Killian Konig, and Kalliope Konig. Georgia was the definition of adventurous. She loved going to the zoo, concerts, parks, her grandkids' sporting events, holiday get togethers, and traveling around the country. In fact, she was known for collecting spoons from every state she visited. She was also the most selfless woman you could ever meet. She would always put other peoples’ needs and wishes before her own. She loved helping anyone and everyone. Georgia’s kindness and spirit was contagious, as she had many friends and could fill any room with laughter. She loved music and would turn up the volume and dance like no one was watching. She loved sewing and making the fluffiest pillows as gifts. Georgia was creative and had a passion for art. You could often find her drawing landscapes from her travels or coloring pictures for hours with her grandchildren. Georgia was preceded by her parents; her siblings, Peggie Becker, Hank Becker, and Shirley Baker and her two daughters, Marcy and Kim. She is survived by 3 of her kids, her grandchildren, her great grandchildren, her 3 brothers, Dave, Gary, and Mark.
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1:00 pm
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Grover Cememtery
Address Not Available
GROVER, Colorado, United States
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