Judith Tsukamoto

Judith Ann Tsukamoto

Friday, July 23rd, 1948 - Saturday, April 10th, 2021
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Judith Ann “Suki” Tsukamoto

Judith Ann “Suki” Tokiko Tsukamoto died peacefully in one of her favorite retreats in Drake, Colorado on April 10, 2021. She was born July 23, 1948 in Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii to Andrew and Mitsuko (Okinaka) Tsukamoto and raised in Koloa, Hawaii, graduating from Kauai High School, she attended Fort Wayne Bible College in Indiana, transplanting to Greeley for the last 50 plus years.

Suki worked for Weld County for more than 27 years, retiring after two terms as the Weld County Clerk and Recorder.

Suki loved to garden, nurturing and raising flowers and vegetables. She also turned her photography passion and love of stationary into beautiful cards. Her needlepoint pieces were works of art and these master pieces are proudly displayed on the walls of family and friends. Hospitality to Suki was found in food, sharing delectable baking and treats with many.

Suki played softball, fished in the Rocky Mountains, and was a bowler. She served as secretary of the Greeley Women’s Bowling Association and also served as a board member for many years. She enjoyed watching the Denver Broncos and following LeBron James on the various teams he played with.

Survivors include her sister, Fran (Sam) Funakoshi; her two brothers, Allen and Keith (Thelma) Tsukamoto; nieces, Lynelle (Dave Detrick) Funakoshi and their daughters Summer and Jasmine Detrick, Lynn Tsukamoto, Jolynn Tsukamoto and son Stanley and Lynsay (Isiah) Deguchi and son Goten.

Due to the Covid pandemic, private services were held at Adamson Life Celebration Home. Cremation with burial at Sunset Memorial Gardens. Memorial gifts may be made to a charity of choice in care of Adamson, 2000 47th Ave., Greeley, CO 80634. Friends may leave condolences at
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  • Service

    Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 11:00am
    Adamson Celebration Center
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  • Interment

    Sunset Memorial Gardens
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Beverly McConville

Posted at 05:29pm
Fran and Family, I was so saddened to see that Suki had passed away I always enjoyed seeing her and visiting when I was working at the Smith Offices. Certainly thinking of all of you at this sad time. She was a delightful lady. Sending my sincere sympathy.
Bev McConville

Nikki Woods

Posted at 12:57pm
Oh Suki, so sorry to hear this. We loved seeing you at the craft shows and catching up with you. Your photographs/cards were so beautiful and a great blessing to all. Rest easy now.

Nikki Woods

Posted at 12:52pm
Oh Suki, I am so sorry to hear this!! I will miss seeing you at the craft shows and looking through all your wonderful photographs/cards. You were always the best part of the show. Rest easy now my friend.
Woods Family

Kathy Baxley

Posted at 05:10pm
My dear friend Suki. We started working together at the Weld County Clerk & Recorder Ann Spomer in the Motor Vehicle Department January 1967. We share being born the same year just 2 months apart. You will be greatly missed by many. Sending prayers to your family and friends. Kathy Baxley

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