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June 23, 2019

Carla J. Mota

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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2019 12:00 am

Carla J. Mota (nee Dillie, LoBaugh) was born May 7, 1940, in Sterling, Colo. Her parents: Frank J. Dillie and Eula R. Dillie (Kulbe); her siblings: Coral Archuleta, and Cheryl Jackson (deceased). She grew up in Denver and graduated from St. Joseph’s High School (now closed) and from the University of San Francisco cum laude with a degree in Public Administration.

Family: daughter Lisa K. Stenholm; son in law Mark Stenholm; grandson Erik Stenholm, grandson Evan Stenholm, son Anthony LoBaugh. She loved her family beyond her own understanding. Brother Frank J. Dillie, nephew Michael Dillie, Aunt G (being there for Carla her entire life), niece Barbara J. Beaudette, and many cousins far and wide. Jessie Brown, the wonderful Scottish woman who lovingly took care of her children for many years while she worked. Friends: Sue Jo Cassell, a friend of almost 50 years. She was always there for Carla. Sally H. Sutcliffe, her kindred spirit.

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