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Elise Lipscomb Ferguson

Aspen, CO ColoradoElise Lipscomb Ferguson, 80, died on Jan. 11. Ferguson and her family have been vacationing in Aspen since 1963.She was born May 5, 1926, in Dallas to Matthew Gardner Lipscomb Sr. and Marian Coulson Lipscomb. She graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.A. in English in 1945. She was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Dallas Country Club and Dallas Women’s Club.Ferguson was very active at the Anderson Ranch and spent many enjoyable hours with friends of Aspen, including the late Hjordis Skaerringsson and husband Ulfar, Connie and Magne Nostdahl, Steve Serna and the late Nicholas DeVore.She is survived by her husband Larry Ferguson; daughters Lisa Arrieta and Kay Theis; son Ford Ferguson; brother Matthew Gardner Lipscomb; several nieces and seven grandchildren.Services took place at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church on Jan. 14.

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