Melissa DeLuca

June 28, 1977February 6, 2021

Melissa Marie DeLuca, 43, of Greeley, passed away Saturday, February 6, 2021, at her home. Melissa was born June 28, 1977 in Houston, TX, to Patrick DeLuca and Glenda Williams.

After moving to Colorado, Melissa attended school at the University of Northern Colorado Lab School and the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind in Colorado Springs. She loved indoor gardening, BBQ’s, being outside, cooking, crafts, and enjoyed dancing. She loved spending time with her favorite people, “Fox” and “Popeye”.

She is survived by her mother Glenda Kendrix; sisters Amanda Martin and Shawna Saylor; niece, Paris and Daniel Espinoza; great-nephews, Freddie “Fox” and Adriel “Popeye”.

She was preceded in death by her grandmother Irene Stacy.

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Linda Salazar

February 19, 2021

My one and only true friend. I'm gonna miss you so much I just know you are truly happy in heaven. You were always a god send. I remember when I lived at the Columbian apartments you would go nd stay the weekends with me and my boys anyways I was late that night nd there was fun shots nd after I picked you up the cops pulled us over cause they didn't know if we were involved Or not but I had my son with us nd I was like 8 months pregnant once they seen that they were like no no no there is .o way but we started laughing so hard cause my son said something like they were tying into his bedtime so we didn't have time to answer questions... He loves you.. My husband although not knowing you long k cows that you were my best friend nd says every time he seen you you always had a smile nd was always laughing he is gonna miss that. Remember my mom's birthday this last year we all spent together nd now the both of you are spending time together in heaven without me. I just know that that I can live a little more at ease knowing niether one of you is lonely cause you got each other... I love you Celica RIP. We will truly miss you...
The Salazar Family Linda and.

Santita Bachand

February 10, 2021

Girl I don't even know where to start only because each time we had together was always a great time. Im going to miss you sending me pictures of arts and crafts ideas asking me to make for you. All the wreath to a little night stand that you wanted for year the day i helped you move into this last apartment you didnt see me put the night stand in your room. I remember when i went back the next day you opened tour door and strated crying and gave me a big hug and took me to your room and I loved how you put your Deluca touch to it. On your BDay i showed up with the Marilyn Monroe clock. Im going to miss are little xmas gift exchange. The times we would go by a case of beer and drive down to the river get are hammocks and we pick a special place and laugh and drink for hours. My friend I was blessed by meeting you your heart so kind and humble. You showed me a lot about life and I hank you. Thank you for your friendship your helping hand your time but most of all thank you for being you. God bless you on your new journey in heaven I could only imagine the beautiful sounds you can finley hear.
Ill never forget you Deluca.
Love you always and forever now fly high and if you find any kind of new arts and crafts send me a sign and Ill be more then happy to make it for you..
Your friend,
Santita Bachand