Obituary: Jodi Stegmeir
Jodi Stegmeir passed away peacefully at her home in Pueblo, Colorado on March 14, 2022 at the age of 60.
She is survived by her daughter, Shannon Ferguson, son-in-law Jasen Ferguson, brothers James Hall and Steve Stegmeir, sisters Liz Stegmeir and Leslie Sertell, her five grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
Jodi had a spirited personality that could light up any room. She found a way to use her own struggles in life to help anyone who needed it. Her greatest accomplishment was being Grandma Jobi. Her grandchildren were her whole world. She will be forever missed by so many.
At this time the family has chosen to hold a private memorial. Condolences can be sent to montgomerysteward.com.
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