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Yvette Germaine Guertner

Obituary of Yvette Guertner

Yvette Guertner, 62, of Grand Lake, Colorado, passed away April 17, 2015, at home surrounded by family and friends. Yvette was born May 12, 1952, in Keene, New Hampshire, to Norman and Lorette (Dumas) Piper. She enjoyed working retail sales in Grand Lake, most recently at Whispering Pines. She is survived by husband Mike Guertner of Grand Lake, CO.; son Shawn Guertner and family of Aurora, CO; sister Barbara Ouellette of Keene, New Hampshire; and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and daughter Tracy Lynn. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations in Yvette's name to Heart of the Mountains Hospice, PO Box 140, Hot Sulphur Springs, Co. 80451; The Battens Disease, Support and Research Foundation (BDSRA), 1175 Dublin Rd., Columbus, OH; or Make-A-Wish Colorado, 7951 E. Maplewood Ave., Suite 126, Greenwood Village, CO. 80111. A memorial service will be held at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Grand Lake on Wednesday April 29, at 11 a.m.


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Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow. Yvette was always so kind and thoughtful. I will miss receiving her thoughtful cards every year on our wedding anniversary. Love, Natascha & Ryan Strong

Natascha Strong Apr 27 2015 12:00 AM

Our deepest thoughts and prayers go out to Mike and family. She was a good friend and neighbor, and we will miss her presence in our neighborhood.

GREG& ROSEMARY COLLINS Apr 23 2015 12:00 AM

Mike you and your family have our deepest sympathy. Yvette will be greatly missed, I remember the first time I met her with my son Josh, she was determined to sell him a sweatshirt or tshirt at Spirit Lake Traders. He needed a 3X as he is a big guy, but they were out and in her mind she just knew he could get into a 2X, BUT she tried her hardest. Later on when we moved to Grand Lake her friendship and knowledge of the area was so helpful as we settled in, she will be certainly missed. Her dedication to work and her love for being a part of the retail environment will always be remembered. May our Lords comforting arms wrap you and your family in His peace. You are in our prayers.

Keith A. Kratz Apr 20 2015 12:00 AM