OBITUARY

Esther M. DeCrescentis

March 28, 1937January 19, 2014
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Esther DeCrescentis ~ January 19, 2014

Esther was born in Trinidad, CO on March 28, 1937. She was the 11th of 15 children and born to Angelo & Bertha Blasi. Esther attended Trinidad Junior College and graduated from Adams State College in Alamosa, CO to become a school teacher. She taught the Trinidad area schools prior to moving to Westminster where she taught school and met Louis DeCrescentis. They were married in 1963. She was active in Henderson Elementary parent/teacher association. They moved to Brighton in 1970 where they raised two children, Gina DeCrescentis and Joe (Ruth). Esther enjoyed cooking, gardening, crafts, and reading. She was active in St. Augustine Church serving as Eucaristic minister and assisted in cleaning the church. Esther enjoyed traveling to Trinidad to visit family and shared very traditional holiday festivities.

Arrangements under the direction of Olinger Highland Mortuary & Cemetery, Thornton, CO.

Services

  • Rosary Service Sunday, January 26, 2014
  • Funeral Service Monday, January 27, 2014
  • Visitation Sunday, January 26, 2014
  • Burial Saturday, January 25, 2014
REMEMBERING

Esther M. DeCrescentis

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February 19, 2014

Mom,
I probably never told you often enough, but I know any success I've had in life was due to you and dad's kind, compassionate, and thoughtful parenting and guidance. Thank you for always being there for us. I think of you everyday and know you are here with us, still helping to guide. Love your son always, Joe.

February 2, 2014

Dad:
I know that Mom always felt that she didn't want to add to your list of things to do because you cared for her so well and with little complaint. You even made her laugh when you helped her by charging her $1.00. We know that you are the best example of compassion and caring that we can ever see in another person. Thank you and I love you. Gina

February 2, 2014

Dear Mom:
I will always remember you and think about you. You taught me to laugh at myself at an early age and that it was important to express your opinions as long as you respected others. I hated that you suffered because the more you suffered the harder it was going to be for you to fight. I am convinced that your spirit is alive and watching over the people you felt connected to all over the world. I love you. Gina

February 2, 2014

Dear Mom:
I will always think about you and remember you. You taught me to laugh at myself at an early age and that it was important to express your opinions as long as you were respectful of others. I am convinced that your spirit will be alive and watching over the world. That is something people may not know about you. You prayed for the problems of people all over the world. I love you. Gina

Marty LaRusso

January 27, 2014

Lou, your patience and compassion are a tribute to your marriage. Esther had a wholesome laugh and positive attitude about life. I will remember the memories of being a neighbor and cousin at the farms on 60 th ave. Marty Kathi LaRusso and family.

Richard DeCristino

January 25, 2014

Aunt Esther we will miss you and all the memories from all the holidays rest in peace Rick

January 24, 2014

Esther,

You will be sadly missed. Lou, if you ever need anything all you have to do it call us.

Ray & Hildegarde

January 22, 2014

Dear Aunt Esther,
I will never forget all the times we spent together when I lived in Ft. Collins-we ate ALOT and laughed even more! We were either down there, or you and Lou at our apartment. You loved riding in that '72 bucket seat' Chevy Super Sport. Your laughter was the most contagious and comforting thing anyone would want to hear. Your sweet personality, big heart and generous ways will be dearly missed. You are in a far better place as God is now your eyesight. Love, Anna Marie

January 22, 2014

Dear Aunt Esther
Who will I ask what happened on our shows now that you are in a better place! Your laugh on the other end of the phone made my day.

Love you always,
Margie

Uncle Lou,
You are the best caregiver in the WORLD. Your kind words and patience never faltered. May your days be peaceful and your heart heal rapidly. We are here for you if you need anything.

Love, Irene, Bernadine, Anna Marie, Margie and Francine.

January 22, 2014

To my dear sister,
Remembering the times in the garden with Lucy picking corn and you laughing and your beautiful smile. A smile you always seem to have no matter how bad your day was going. You will be dearly missed.

Love Always,
Your sister, Irene.