Milda Jo Sitton
1941 - 2020
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Milda Jo Sitton passed away April 13, 2020 at her home in Cortez, Colorado.

Born September 10, 1941 to John Carver and Josie Carver, Milda Jo was 13th of fourteen children.

She was born and raised in Cortez, CO, graduating from MCHS in 1959. She married Walter Sitton in October of that year. Of this marriage of 58 years were born eight children.

Milda Jo is survived by her children David (Pam), Donna (Bert), Tommy (Eva), Bobby (Marla), Gina (Clifford), and Kristin (Rob). She is also survived by 22 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren as well as many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents and all of her brothers and sisters, Leone, Dale, Uel, Daniel, Laurna, John Jr, Bonnie, Tom, Sara, Judy, Billy, Darrell, and Patsy as well as her husband Walter and children Joan and Kristy.

Milda Jo was buried at the Arriola Cemetery in a private service.

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Published in The Journal on Apr. 22, 2020.
MEMORIES & CONDOLENCES
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April 25, 2020
It was such a privilege to have known Milda. She was a wonderful person. My deepest condolences to the family. Rita Gorsuch
April 24, 2020
Hold tight till we come to the hilltop, then we'll coast down the hill you and me, won't you ride in my little red wagon, for you are my sweetheart, you see.
Gale Greenlee
April 23, 2020
Milda was one of the sweetest women I ever knew. She loved taking care of her dear Walt and her kids. I feel privileged to have known her. Condolences to all of her family.
Mary Findley
Friend
April 22, 2020
I'm going to miss my aunt she helped bring me into this world had such a great heart. Rip tell my grandma and mom I love them
Ann
Family
April 22, 2020
Milda,
Such a beautiful soul my lady, you will be missed by many. I will miss the hugs & smiles always given when I got to see you over the years.
The special hugs when we would share the feelings of a missed child.
The times we got to visit at the fair grounds, one memory of you with a baby on your lap asleep.
I always felt I was a good person just to be in your presence, and blessed just to know you.

My heart goes out to your children for the loss of their wonderful Mother,
See you again Milda.

Mary Lou (Kirks) Pyle
Mary Pyle
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