December 25, 1977 ~ May 30, 2019

Born in: Denver, CO
Resided in: Aurora, CO

Ashley lost her five-year battle with ALS. She fought with dignity, courage, and determination. Ashley dearly was loved by her family, and her family of many friends. Ashley is survived by her parents, James C Wahlberg, of Jamestown, NY, and Elizabeth Fabian Ross Wahlberg, of Denver, her daughter, Sophia Reed, her ex- husband, Todd Reed of Aurora, and her brother, Justin Wahlberg of Denver.


Ashley’s family and friends will gather to celebrate her life on June 10, 2019, at 1:00 p.m., at Seven Stones, 9635 N Rampart Range Road, Littleton, CO 80125.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Team Gleason ALS Foundation:


Celebration of Life: June 10, 2019 1:00 pm

Seven Stones Chatfield
9635 N. Rampart Road
Littleton, CO 80125

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Memories Timeline


  1. Oh Ash, you were so brave and never even complained until those last few months,. We miss you and I still cannot believe you are gone. We know your legacy will be reflected in your daughter, Sophie and the other lives you touched during your short time on earth with us. Love – Victoria and Clara

  2. Ashley, I will always remember your dedication and joy in being there to watch Sophia play softball. Always smiling and happy to just be there! What a great mama! You will be missed ❤️

  3. Your battle with ALS is over and you are pain free in Heaven above us. You will be missed by your family and friends forever. You are an Angel among us. RIP my dear friend ????❤️????

  4. Ashley, you will forever be in our hearts. Our thoughts and love go out to everyone close to you as you were so loved. To Sophia, from the day we met you we knew you were one strong little girl and that strength will guide you through this and know your mom was so proud of you. We love you ❤️

  5. Dear Ash, Oh how I wish I could have known you earlier. You were a ray of light and inspiration to anyone going through trying times! You never complained and you were graceful to the very end. You were THE most beautiful woman inside and out and sooo smart. I am sad you’re gone but glad you’re finally free. You fought a tough fight and never lost hope. We love you and miss you so much.
    The Ogletrees

  6. Ashley…. forever missed is a understatement. Our hearts will forever be with you and never be forgotten.
    May your family be strong and love shine through all of this. I love you Ashley forever, you are now and forever my inspiration forever.

  7. It breaks my heart that this happened to you and your family. You showed a tremendous amount of courage for staying in the fight until the end. You will always have a special place in my heart.

  8. Dear Ashley,
    The only thing greater than the strength and character you’ve shown while battling over the past years, is your love and devotion for Sophia and your commitment to sharing every moment possible with her. Rest in peace my friend and know that your spirit and legacy lives in her.
    John 11:25-26
 Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?”

  9. Ashley- you never let als define you and always took the positive side of this challenging journey. I was always so impressed with your outlook on life and your vision for how we could do our jobs better in the als world. I will miss you.

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