Colleen P. Willis

June 1, 1938 - March 1, 2023

06/01/1938 - 03/01/2023

Colleen Willis, 84, of Bellaire, Ohio passed away on Wednesday, March 1, 2023 at home.

She was born June 1, 1938 in San Jose, California a daughter of the late Harold and Arlene (Ross) Geisler Duffy.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by a sister, Sue Goldsmith.

Surviving her are children, Christine (Ken) Hood, Cheryl (John) McElfresh, Clark Willis, Calvin Willis, sisters, Michael Ann “Mickey” (Wally) Naake, Linda (Tom) Conrad, 15 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren, and special friend, Deanna Ruth.

The family would like to thank Stephanie from Valley Hospice for her kindness during Colleen’s illness.

Arrangements are entrusted to Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home at 441 37th Street, Bellaire, Ohio 43906.

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Deb Dague
9 months ago

I met Colleen a short time ago. Colleen shared so much about her life and I told her how much her stories had inspired me to be a different person. Because of her I will enjoy life and family a little more! Prayers for her family.

walt muklewicz
9 months ago

what a wonderful kind and caring lady colleen was always greeting everyone with a smile and could always see the bright side of things when things were not so bright she showed a great deal of love for her family and church i have been blessed to have had her and her family as part of my life she will always remembered sending thoughts and prayers to her family WALT

Jacci Herrick
9 months ago

So sorry to hear of Colleen’s passing… She was a wonderful person… Prayers for all of you…

Todd Driscoll
9 months ago

Great friends with squad was great friends work with always great person

Deanna Ruth
9 months ago

Dear Colleen,
You have been the truest friend that I’ve ever had. I miss you terribly.
I am so fortunate to have known you and your family, especially Cheryl snd Trisha. They loved you, snd supported you in sickness and in health. They are the truest angels. Through you I have gained a new family.

Your Twin

Tamara McNeil
9 months ago

Aunt Colleen was the best. Always laughing. Always smiling. Always had a funny story to tell…

Jeff shallcross
9 months ago

Colleen was a wonderful lady, I have fond memories of her working at Duvall’s Drug Store. She was always so kind to us kids growing up. Many prayers for her family, fly high lady!

Lynn and Sandy Marling
9 months ago

I lived next to Colleen up on Noble Street many years ago. She was such a nice lady. My condolences to her entire family. RIP