Malinda Ziluca |

Malinda Ziluca

Aspen Times Staff

Malinda Marie Ferguson Ziluca died of Hodgkin’s lymphoma on Aug. 20. Malinda was born in Fort Worth, Texas, and graduated from R.L. Paschal High School. She attended Texas Tech University, where she joined Pi Beta Phi Sorority. She was a member of the Assembly and the Junior League. Malinda resided in Greenwich, Conn., and Aspen, where she enjoyed skiing, horses and the outdoors. She also loved chatting on the phone, staying in touch with family events and her grandchildren. She loved to laugh and had an extremely warm personality. She enjoyed summers in Nantucket, Mass., and traveling with her cocker spaniel, Sam. Her friends and family will miss her dearly.She had lived in Aspen for close to 20 years. That is where she met her husband, Tony. She worked at the Polo shop upon moving to town and was a frequent customer of many restaurants and shops in Aspen.Malinda was preceded in death by her father and her daughter, Malinda Marie “Cissy” Wolfe. She is survived by husband Tony Ziluca; sons Frank Wolfe III and wife, Kim, of Columbia, Mo., and John Wolfe and wife, Jenny, of Fort Worth; grandchildren, Bradley, Charlsey and Aubrey Wolfe and Tabitha Wolfe; mother, Emma Marie Ferguson; and brothers, John, Bob and George Ferguson. Service and burial were held in Greenwich, Conn., and a memorial service was held Saturday at All Saints Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. Memorials in her name can be made to 4-H Club of Garfield County, c/o Patti Watson, Cozy Point Ranch, 111K-AABC, Aspen 81611.

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