Kathy Denisee Bruce nee Kolb, 62, of Hobbs, NM, formerly of Denver, CO, passed away March 1, 2019, she was born September 21, 1956 in Lamesa, TX.
She is survived by her daughter, Nova Brygger (Scott) of Carmel, IN, son, Joshua Bruce (Becca) of Nashville, TN, three grandchildren, Ariel, Ashton, and Rylee Brygger of Carmel, IN, her mother, Geneva Sumrow of Seminole, TX, brothers, James Kolb of San Antonio, TX and Joe B. Logan of Seminole, TX, sisters Amy Kate Logan (Troy) and Donna James (Jeff) both of Seminole, TX, and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family, and friends. Kathy was preceded in death by her father, Carrol “Tex” Kolb and grandparents K.K. and Katie Whitaker.
A celebration of life will be Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 2PM-5PM (Mountain Time) at Griffin Funeral Home, Hobbs, NM.
The world mourns for the loss of a crazy, wonderful, loving woman. I was blessed with the times I spent with her. She will be missed.
"MoonFox" Carrie LundCommerce City, CO
I remember how touched I was when you told me I was a part of your tribe. Dance Wild and Free, Kathy
Jay BainbridgeAlbuquerque, NM
So sorry to hear of Kathy's passing. I met her in the early 90s in Denver's pagan community with Timothy. Sending comfort to all her loved ones.
Crystal WilsonEnglewood, CO
Kathy was a dear friend as we were close companions for many years. We had quite a time together - and what a time is was! Kathy was a visionary, a wise counselor, a thoughtful accomplished artist with an unique perspective entirely of her own. She inspired me to question everything and keep pure my highest ideals, striving ever towards them. And she also helped me to learn how to really love. How to love each other, to genuinely love other people, love the Earth, to love animals and plants, and most importantly, to love my Self. If I will not love myself then I will never truly know the love of others. I will deeply miss Kathy’s smile, her laughter and her gentle touch, but I know her loving Spirit will live on in each of us that knew her and will know of her in many years ahead. Peace, dear Lady, as you rest among the stars!
Timothy Masterson-WildeAlbuquerque, NM
I met Kathy sometime in 1992 in Denver. She and Timothy Masterson took me under their wings at my first pagan festival at Dragonfest. I loved Kathy for her unique personality, her deeply intuitive nature and we shared a love of nature and the Native American spirituality. She lived her life her way and found joy in many small things that most people ignore. She blessed many of us in Denver with her love, wit and insight. Hail the traveler! Merry meet, and merry part, and merry meet again! Love you my sister in spirit!
Hilary HellumsDenver, CO
So sorry for your loss. Praying for you.
Ron & Michal BaderFairborn, OH
Kathy was a beautiful human being. I will treasure the time we spent together. Her infinite spirit touched the lives of many. She will be greatly missed.
Russell TidemannCentennial, CO
Kathy was one to be remembered. She had so many wonderful stories to tell from the amazing she lived. I loved her very much as a friend. She was kind, thoughtful, and always quick to say what she thought. Always a funny, outgoing, and friendly soul. I’ll never forget her and all she stood for.
Noel GarciaHobbs, NM
I knew Kathy for years but only on Facebook. We met playing some weird vampire game and remained friended for about 10 years. I always loved her Facebook pages. Tons of beautiful art she collected I’m really sorry to hear she’s gone but not forgotten. SueAnn
SueAnn QuinteroSomerton, AZ