December 14, 1956 ~ January 31, 2019

Born in: Breckenridge , MN
Resided in: Frederick, CO

My beautiful, loving, sweet, and wonderful wife / friend / partner, I love you so and miss you so!

The Good Lord gave us 7 years and 31 days together. We never missed a moment to express our love for each other, every night and every morning.

Anita began her life in Breckenridge MN, the daughter of Adolph Warren Neuman and his wife, Alice Dorothy Kvidera.

Anita met a young man, they fell in love and were married, Steven W Newell (deceased 2007). They had a son, Steven W Newell II (deceased 2014).  Both are interred in the community cemetery in Breckenridge MN, as will be Anita (later in the spring).

On May 18th, 2010,I was introduced to Anita by her best friend here in the Denver area.  We fell in love, and were married on January 1st, 2012.  She didn’t know what she was getting into marrying this old Cowboy, but she had a lot of first time events thereafter.

  • She found out what a horse really is
  • She learned how to muck a stall
  • She discovered what a farrier is, and does
  • And actually picked a horse’s hoof clean
  • We went on trail rides
  • She learned to do the Texas Two-Step
  • We traveled together through many states that she had never been to before, AND
  • She went Sky-Diving with my son, Garrett.

Anita was adventurous, but was also content to be in our home tending to her flower gardens. Flowers in the front, flowers in the back, flowers on the patio, and flowers and plants throughout the house.

Anita was totally devoted to her church and church families, and to her faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. I know I shall see her again one day.

Rest in Peace, my love. I miss you so!

David

 

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Services

Visitation: February 9, 2019 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - Metro North/Thornton
9998 Grant Street
Thornton, CO 80229


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  1. It has been awesome knowing Anita. She became like a sister to me someone I could laugh out loud with. I am so glad David met her I know Anita loved my brother very much and to be with them together was like being with soulmates.

    Love you Anita and we are going to miss you very much. We all will unite again.

  2. Anita we will miss your smile, gentle spirit and soul. You have left a vacancy that can’t be filled.

    Margaret & Vince

  3. Anita,
    My maid of honor, my friend. We met so long ago and yet the time flew by. I inspired always to be like you, so kind, generous, sweet, and genuine. You are one of a kind. I love you and will miss you more than you know!
    RIP, my dear.

  4. My deepest condolences to the friends and family of Anita. May your treasured memories bring you joy, and may ‘the God of all comfort’ give you strength, along with a measure of peace for your grieving hearts at this most difficult time.
    2 Corinthians 1:3

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