Colleen's Journey

Photos and Favorite Memories

Hello all,

We have a favor to ask, if you have a favorite photo with Colleen, or a really special memory of any kind that you wouldn’t mind sharing, my sisters and I would love to compile them and share them with her (and likely at her services as well).  It would mean a great deal to her to see photos and hear about special times you shared during the many beautiful chapters of her life.   So, if you have a little spare time, please break out the old photo albums and take us for a walk down memory lane.  If you would prefer that the “memory” not be shared beyond our family, please make sure to let us know.

Please email scanned photos and written memories (the photo doesn’t have to match the memory) to



  • Kaitlin Drury

    What I remember most about Colleen is her being very welcoming of me whenever I visited, and also for a brief time lived at, her beautiful home in Scottsdale about 20 years ago (I can’t believe it’s been that long). She was also very welcoming of her dad-in-law, my dad. Warm and welcoming Colleen.

    The other very important thing Colleen did for me was be very encouraging when I had and then was successfully treated for breast cancer.

    It stuns and saddens me what she’s going through now. Interestingly, at the same time 1 of my friends is terminal with breast cancer. Wishing both much comfort and ease.