OBITUARY

Brenda Lee Bear

October 28, 1960March 28, 2019
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Brenda Lee (Wallace) Bear came into this world on 10/28/1960, and left all too soon on 03/28/2019. In her too short time on earth she married the love of her life Daniel E. Bear. Dan and Brenda celebrated 34 years of marriage on August 11, 2018, and are the proud parents of their beloved children Bryan Edward and Zachary Daniel.

While her passion was her home and family she was also proud of her careers in banking, retail and education. Brenda was proceeded in death by her parents Melvin and Geraldine Wallace of Hotchkiss, Colorado. She is survived by her husband Dan, sons Bryan and Zachary, sister Lynn Tankesley and brother Brent Wallace.

The Rosary will be held at 7 p.m, on Wednesday 4/3/2019, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Castle Rock, Colorado. The Funeral Mass will be on Thursday 4/4/2019 at 11am, at the church.

A private internment will be at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Grand Junction, Colorado.

Brenda was a dedicated member of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Castle Rock and family request donations be made to the church in lieu of flowers.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Anthony Bear
  • Michael Bear
  • Joseph Bear
  • Adam Bear
  • Ryan Springer
  • Alex Bear

Services

  • Recitation of the Rosary Wednesday, April 3, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, April 4, 2019
REMEMBERING

Brenda Lee Bear

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Christina Jones

April 1, 2019

I will never forget Aunt Brenda and Uncle Dan’s wedding day. She was getting ready to leave for their honeymoon and I was talking to her in Grandpa and Grandma’s house. I was in awe at her beautiful hoop dress. I thought she was such a princess. We were so lucky that day to gain an amazing aunt. She was so much fun. We spent the night at their house sometimes and had the best time. They treated all of their nieces and nephews in a way we always felt special. I also got to see them become parents. Bryan and Zach were her pride and joy. She adored her family and was so proud of her boys. She will be missed by so many people. We love you, Uncle Dan, Bryan and Zach.

Stacey Hill

April 1, 2019

I have so many beautiful memories of Aunt Brenda. From being little and having slumber parties, to her buying me my first pair of high tops at Farmer Franks (I had dreamed of these sneakers for so long!) dress up and princess play at their home in Paonia and growing up through the years, being welcomed to their home in Parker while living in Denver and feeling so loved while I was visiting. I remember how much she loved her boys and what joy she had being around family. Her smile was one of complete kindness, selflessness and love. We love you dearly Aunt Brenda and will miss you terribly!

Jessica Radman

March 30, 2019

I met Brenda through 9 years of friendship with Bryan. She was always a kind and warm hearted person to me. Always made me feel welcomed when I came to see Bryan and was very supportive of Bryan's decisions. She would always tell me how proud of Bryan she was for his accomplishments and I always told Bryan how he has such a wonderful mother. I will miss her kindness and wish all family the best and my sincere condolences for the loss.

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