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Iris ìIkeî Mosgrove, age 88, passed away Dec. 20 at the home of her daughter Shari and son-in-law Allen Warren.Mrs. Mosgrove was a Black Forest resident for 45 years. She was born Oct 6, 1923, in Menomonie, Wis., and eventually graduated from nurses training. As a registered nurse with the government in the Panama Canal Zone, she met Col. Richard Mosgrove, whom she married in 1948. Col. Mosgrove preceded her in death.Mrs. Mosgrove was well-known for her accomplishments:In 1945, she climbed Pikes Peak (she was a U.S. Army nurse at Camp Carson at the time).She was the first bowler at the Fort Carson Bowling Alley the day it opened in 1965 and became a member and officer of the Fort Carson Ladies Bowling League. She bowled until 2009.As an avid horse enthusiast, she was the ride manager and chairman for many rides with the National Trail.She was a member of the North American Trail Ride Conference and the Cavalier Riding Club.She and her horse Nightwind competed in 10,000 miles of rides, and she was secretary of the Black Forest Saddle Club.Mrs. Mosgrove also was an emergency medical technician on the Black Forest Rescue Squad.She served as a board member with the Park Forest Water District and was a founder of the Black Forest Trails Association and a Keeper of the Keys to Black Forest in 2004.Mrs. Mosgrove was also a member of Black Forest Community Church.She is survived by her daughter Shari, son-in-law Allen Warren (Black Forest), granddaughter Tami Racy (Texas), grandson Shawn Geddes (Florida) and great-grandson Xander and six nieces and nephews and their children. The family would like to thank the Alzheimerís Association, friends and especially Evercare Hospice and Liberty Heights for their support.Services were held Dec. 28, 2011.

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