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Diane Beckoff

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Diane Beckoff passed away Oct. 14, 2012, in Denver. Rabbi Steven Kaye officiated at the Oct. 16 graveside service at Emanuel Cemetery. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.

“My mom was the most loving, caring, kind, generous, positive and beautiful person,” her daughter Milly Foley said. “She is deeply loved by many, and will be missed tremendously.”

Mrs. Beckoff was born Jan. 4, 1942, in Manchester, England. She graduated Manchester Central High School, community college in Los Angeles and the Paralegal School of Denver.

A legal editor at Holmes, Roberts and Owen, Mrs. Beckoff was a producer of the British Film Festival.

She married Ivan Beckoff in 1993.

Mrs. Beckoff is survived by her husband Ivan Beckoff; children Ben Parker, Amy Parker and Milly (Brian) Foley; grandchildren Annika Rose Foley and Sierra Patricia Foley; and brother Gerry (Elvia) Harris.

She was predeceased by her son Anthony Parker.

Contributions may be made to JFS.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 October 2012 01:36 )  

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