Gwenda L. Pratt

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Gwenda L. Pratt


Gwenda L. Pratt of Colorado Springs, age 84, died March 28, 2014, at her home in Colorado Springs. She is survived by her sister Virginia Rexroad of Hutchinson Kansas; two sons, Craig and his wife Terri, Randy and his wife Kelly, and a daughter, Pamela Herr and her husband Mike; as well as numerous nephews and nieces. She is also survived by three faithful dogs: Indy, Bette and Charlie.

Gwen was born June 2, 1929, to the late F.W. Guild and Halcyone Guild of Winfield, Kansas. She graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.

Gwen was married to Theodore W. Pratt in 1953 in Denver Colorado. Through the next 58 years, they lived in various cities throughout the southeastern United States and in Italy, Germany and Turkey. She has lived in Colorado Springs since 1972.

Gwen was passionate about the education of young children. She showed many a young mind how to think, explore and wonder. Gwen impacted many students in her career as a counselor at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, a kindergarten teacher at Cherry Hills Elementary in Englewood, Colorado, and a preschool teacher at White House Ranch (now Rock Ledge Ranch). She was also the creator of the 'Dino Van' a mobile dinosaur education center. Gwen ran a preschool at Sondermann Park and conducted summer programs for the Colorado Springs Parks and Recreation Department. …

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