Michele Jeanne Elsey
July 23, 1946 – July 11, 2019
Michele Jeanne (McCrea) Elsey, better known as "Micki" or, to the select few that knew her well, Mick...or to the elite few...Mom and Grandma, passed away July 11, 2019. She was 72 years old.
Micki was born on July 23, 1946. She was a great woman, mother, wife and grandmother. Micki loved her garden in the backyard, her hobbies of quilting kept her pretty busy but she always made time to spend with her family. She loved spending time with the younger generations and teaching them.
Micki will be sorely missed. Her survivors include her brother, Bill; sister, Molly; children, Brian (Pam) and David (Stephanie); grandchildren, Dustin, Joseph, Dylan and Derek; and her great grandchildren, Payton & Ryker.
- Visitation Tuesday, July 16, 2019
- Funeral Service Wednesday, July 17, 2019
- Burial Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Michele Jeanne Elsey
July 17, 2019
Brian & David,& family,
My deepest Condolences,
I am so sorry to hear about your mother, I worked with your mom for a few years at the Longmont clinic, she was a great women we had good times.
She will truly be missed.
July 13, 2019
My mother married my very selfless father and selflessly gave birth to me, David Elsey on July 11th 1975 and selflessly died on July 11, 2019 in the exact same hospital that I was born in. On July 11 my mother called me the 7-11 kid and made references to the 7-11 convenience store. Each July 11th growing up my father would selflessly make sure that I would get 4 or 5 presents. Here is the cool part. My father made sure that I would get what I had asked for. Here is the cooler part, my mom would make sure that I would get things that I did not ask for, like de-oderant and fruit of the loom t-shirts because she knew that I would need them in the future. It gets even cooler. Both my parents made sure that I would get my favorite flavor ice cream and cake. Here is the COOLEST part. After I opened my 4 or 5 presents, and after we ate my favorite flavor cake and ice cream, my mother would make sure that my older brother Brian, yes that is correct, my older brother Brian, would get one present on my birthday. It was the same thing on his birthday. After he opened his 4 or 5 presents and my family ate his favorite flavor cake and ice cream, my mom would make sure that I would get one present on my brother's birthday.