Ashley Dawn Foxworthy went to be with her Lord and Savior on December 7, 2023. She was a resident of Denver, Colorado, for a year and was formerly a resident of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Ashley aspired to be, and eventually became, a firefighter and EMT for Stratmoor Hills Fire Department in El Paso County, Colorado.

Ashley was born on May 27, 1985, to Dick Foxworthy and Agnes Foxworthy (Ruppert) at Evans Army Hospital in Fort Carson, Colorado.

Ashley was fond of playing board and card games with her family and friends. She was a graduate of Fountain Fort Carson High School where she later volunteered as an athletic trainer.

She attended the Holy Cross Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado and the Northern Hills Church in Brighton, Colorado.

Ashley is survived by her father, Dick Foxworthy (Pat); her brother, Jeff Foxworthy; and nephews: Ashton, Malachi, Sebastain, Zachariah, Nehemiah; and niece, Nyla; her sister, Jodi Taylor (Tom); niece, Taylor Mendez and family; and nephew, Jacy McCandless and family, all from Oklahoma. She was preceded in death by her mother, Agnes Foxworthy; and was joined by her sister, Lori Taylor in Oklahoma, who passed on January 7, 2024.

A celebration of her life will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, January 27, 2024, at the Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, 3010 W. Bijou Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado; officiated by Pastor Tim Hopkins. A reception will be held at the church following the service.

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  1. Sorry for your loss and condolences to your family

  2. I am so sorry to hear of Ashley’s passing. I went to several meetings with her up at Northern Hills in Brighton, CO. Ashley’s faith seemed very strong and she was a very supportive friend. I will be praying that her family and friends will feel God’s love and comfort now.

  3. I’m so sorry to hear of Ashley’s passing! I wish I had known sooner. Ashley was a true Muddy Angel cyclist and supporter for years! I was always impressed with her spirit. I will miss our long exchanges late at night over text. She always looked forward and put trust in the Lord. May you find comfort in her smile and memories.

  4. Ashley, this post was incredibly touching and beautifully written. I can only imagine the pain and grief you must have felt in creating it, but it’s clear that you poured your heart and soul into it. The imagery and language are stunning, and I feel like I was there with you at the shrine, feeling the same sense of peace and closure that you described. Thank you for sharing this personal and powerful story with us. It’s a true testament to the healing power of memory and remembrance.

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