Juanita Brown

Juanita Emma Brown

Thursday, July 21st, 1938 - Thursday, April 16th, 2020
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Juanita “Emma” (Pacheco) Brown was born in Kersey, CO to Anastacio and Eloisa Pacheco on July 21, 1938, her mother passed at an early age and was lovingly raised my her father and step mother Domitila.

In 1959, she married Jack Brown and together had three daughters, Tina, Vickie and Jackie. She taught for Headstart at Jefferson Elementary, then went to work for St. Peter’s Catholic Church for 25 years and retired, she came out of retirement and worked for Greeley Goodwill for several years.

Emma enjoyed spending time with her family and friends and attending functions at St. Peter’s Catholic Church. She also loved having family celebrations, was known for her devotion to her religion, her spunky personality, and her willingness to give to others. She was the backbone of her Brown family and will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

Emma left us on Thursday April 16, 2020 at Centennial Health Care, Greeley, CO.

Survivors: Three daughters, Tina Perez (Victor), Vickie Brown, Jackie Martinez (Jesse), a sister Patricia Martinez of Denver, CO. 9 grandchildren, Patricia Morado, Nicole Brown (Bobby Hernandez), Dominic Brown, Monique Perez (Billy Mueller), Sara Brown, Gabriel Brown (Gina), Christopher Martinez, Miranda Martinez (Mark Marquez) and Derek Perez (Shelby), 20 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by her parents, one brother and sister in law Antonio Pacheco (Alice) of Oceanside, CA. a brother in law Jake Martinez of Denver, CO and a niece Theresa Mero of Denver, CO.

Services: To be announcement at a later date.

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Jean Noblitt

Posted at 11:50pm
For so many years Emma was the" "face" of St. Peter's Church. She greeted everyone warmly, lovingly, and equally! I considered her a friend and enjoyed time with her. I remember Tina, Vickie, and Jackie, were a big part of our church family as they grew up. It was not the same when she retired! What a lovely, big family she had. My prayers are with you all.

Pamela Wilhelm

Posted at 02:04pm
It was a joy to see Emma each evening and on weekends when I came to Centennial Health Care to see her roommate, my mother, Vickie Pepper. She loved going to the Dollar Store, where she would purchase items to share with others, especially candy. She loved flowers, being creative, things with color and all things beautiful. Miss Emma was beautiful, funny and fiercely independent! Most of all, she loved her family with a passion and was always excited to attend a family event. She shared the love of Jesus with so many and was a treasure to all who knew her. I was so sorry to hear about her death. She had already been moved to a different room and was quarantined before I had a chance to see her before the building was closed. But I will always have a fondness for her. My thoughts and prayers will be with her family as you mourn a grieve this wonderful woman.

Chris Sanchez

Posted at 11:23pm
Emma was a bright light, her hugs, her smile... I will never forget her. All who knew her will miss her, as I will. RIP sweet Emma.

stella Warda

Posted at 07:50pm
Ms Emma was such a beautiful soul. She always had a smile on her face and a gentle voice. You can tell how much she was loved
by her children. I pray for her family and my God rest her soul.
Stella Warda

Kim Kelley

Posted at 02:27pm
I am so sorry to hear that Emma died. She was such a sweet lady and always made you feel welcomed at St. Peter's church. God bless the family

RoseAnn Maldonado Posted at 09:28am

Remembering your mom for al the love and hugs and that beautiful smile. May she be at peace.. RoseAnn and Dora

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