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Service set on Saturday for Chamberlain

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Special to the Daily A memorial service will be held Saturday afternoon for long-time Summit County resident Edith Mary "Sue" Chamberlain who died on Tuesday at her home in Frisco.
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FRISCO – A memorial service will be held Saturday afternoon for long-time Summit County resident Edith Mary “Sue” Chamberlain who died on Tuesday at her home in Frisco.Chamberlain was born on Sept. 13, 1919, on her family’s ranch between Frisco and the old town of Dillon. She attended school in Dillon until her senior year when she graduated from North Denver High.

She received a nursing degree and served as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army Nursing Corps.She married Charles Chamberlain on Sept. 7, 1947, and they had two daughters.

Chamberlain was one of the founding members of the Frisco Historical Society and was a member of Eastern Star for several years. She attended the Rocky Mountain Bible Church in Frisco and most recently, belonged to the Abundant Life Church in Silverthorne. Her hobbies included painting, music and shopping.Chamberlain is survived by her daughters Mickie L. Ostermiller of Colorado Springs and Peggy L. Alexander of Frisco, her brother Howard Giberson of Frisco, two sisters-in-law, Berdena Giberson of Colorado Springs and Eldora Kongable of Riverton, Wyoming. She is also survived by six grandchildren – Chris, Cody, Colt and Cassidy, all of Colorado Springs and Veronica and Jolene of Denver – as well as four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Wilbur S. and Elizabeth A. Giberson and four brothers, Roy, Glenn, Jim and Kenneth. The public memorial service will be held at Rocky Mountain Bible Church in Frisco on Saturday. Viewing will be at noon followed by services at 1 p.m. and interment at Dillon Cemetery. A reception will be held at the church following the graveside services. Memorial contributions can be made to Bristlecone Home Health Care and Hospice at P.O. Box 1327, Frisco, CO 80443 or to the Frisco Historical Society at P.O. Box 820 Frisco, CO 80443.


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