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Floyd Brothwell

Floyd Aaron Brothwell Jr.

Tuesday, January 3rd, 1989 - Saturday, March 6th, 2021
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Floyd Aaron Brothwell, Jr, 32, of Greeley, passed away on March 6, 2021 in Greeley, Colorado. He was born on January 3, 1989 in Greeley, Colorado to Floyd Brothwell Sr. and Rachelle Higuera.

Floyd loved the outdoors, especially skateboarding and frolfing. He was an outstanding athlete and excelled at every sport he played or was involved in. He loved fishing, shooting guns, taking the kids to the park, and liked to help the homeless.

He was raised in Greeley and later moved to Anchorage, Alaska where he enjoyed great friends, the outdoors and working with great people. Floyd also made amazing friends while residing in Loveland and Greeley.

Floyd is survived by his wife Alicia Rose; children, Alahna Rose-Motta, Julian Nelson and Liliana Rose-Brothwell, his parents; Rachelle Benincasa & Floyd Brothwell ; siblings, Sarah Michelle Brothwell (AJ Slosson), Joshua Keith Higuera-Deltoro; grandparents, Floyd Brothwell, Richard Higuera, Suzzane Rose and Susan (Jim) Pourchot; mother-in-law, Melinda Rose and a very special friend, Mike Sullivan and many other friends and extended family.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contribution to the Floyd Brothwell family to assist with the funeral
expenses in care of Adamson Life Celebration Home, 2000 47th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80634. To leave condolences for Floyd’s family, www.adamsoncares.com

Life Celebration will be held at 5 pm, Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Adamson Life Celebration Home in Greeley. Serivce will be live-streamed on Alicia Rose's Facebook page.
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    Saturday, March 13th, 2021 | 5:00pm
    When
    Saturday, March 13th, 2021 5:00pm
    Location
    Adamson Celebration Center
    Address
    2000 47th Avenue
    Greeley, Colorado 80634
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Larry Holden

Posted at 05:53pm
Remembering a nice young man with a big heart. Love you.
RB

Rachelle Benincasa

Posted at 01:33pm
Tattoos and broncos
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Rachelle Benincasa

Posted at 01:32pm
Floyd Aaron would love for everyone to show up in a broncos or nuggets jersey. He loved tattoos and broncos second only to his kids
RB

Rachelle Benincasa

Posted at 12:29pm
Aarons live for the broncos was outrageous .. His first tattoo was the broncos.. Another one of his favorite things in life.. From sixteen til the day he died was his love of the broncos and tattoos
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Courtney Calvin

Posted at 11:52am
Blue eyed boy,
Where do I even begin? We have so much history and an abundance of memories that I don't think I could do any of them justice by writing them down or typing them out.
You were my best friend for a long time- we had SO many adventures. Good times and bad but always came out on top and respected eachother. You could make me laugh until my stomach hurt and tears were running down my face. You could also make me SO mad to the point of throwing a Mcmuffin at you. I'll never forget the way you dodged it and looked at me with that smile. We both just started laughing uncontrollably.

This world has lost a light now that you're no longer earth side. I will cherish the memories I have and think of you often. It's very surreal and hard to come to terms that I'll never hear you say "hey bud" ever again. You've always held a special place in my heart and nothing will change that. I hope you've met my brothers up there and are resting peacefully. Until we meet again-

"I'll find a way to let you know, hold me close when Tradewinds blow"
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