OBITUARY

Anna May Fehr

May 29, 1933March 30, 2021
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Anna May Fehr was born in Louisville, Colorado on May 29th, 1933 to Joe and Frances Opatril. SHe grew up on her parents farm in rural Broomfield, Colorado and attended Westlake School in Broomfield, gradating from Lafayette High School. She first worked for the telephone company in Broomfield on 126th and Lowell as a switch board operator, and then she began working for the Gardner Denver company after high school. She married Dennis Fehr on November 15th, 1953 in Denver, Colorado.

She is survived by her husband Dennis, he children Greg (Cheryl) Fehr, Kathy (Eddie) Tenorio, and David Fehr. Eight grandchildren; Aaron, Adam, Ryan, Kevin, Christine, Rebecca, Andrew, and Alex; and one great grandson, Oliver.

She was preceded in death by her brothers, Eddie, Leonard and Alfred; her daughter Pam in 2001 and sadly, the sudden passing of her other great grandson, Henry on the 13th of March of this year.

Anna May and Dennis made Broomfield their lifelong home; building a home on Huron St. where they stayed close to family and raised their children up in the open farm country. Anna May loved her family and always put them first. She was never selfish and would do without so that another didn't have to. More often than not, she gave her time to family, friends, and neighbors, rather than lazing about or doing something she wanted to. She visited the people she knew when they were in the hospital or nursing home. She would watch people's children, run errands for them, shop for them, take her kids and the neighbor kids to activities. She also took care of her ailing parents and a family friend who had no family left. She was so generous and kind with herself and everyone around her. Everyone can remember at least one time Anna May was kind to them. A card, a gift, a chat, or a special favor given.

Anna May loved fauna and flora, she was always planting something. She loved her flowers, plants, and animals, too; especially birds and dogs. But it was people she loved the most, and they loved her; whether it was family, a lifetime friend, life long neighbor, new acquaintance or passing strange; Anna May would say hello and talk to you. She would've hated Facebook and social media, that would have been no fun for her. She wanted to look in your eyes, touch your hand, feel the warmth of your smile, and hear your voice and beautiful laughter.

Who knows how many hearts she touched before she left this world? No one can know, but you can be sure she will many more in her new life in heaven.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, April 9, 2021

  • Funeral Service - Committal to follow

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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  • Reception

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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David Fehr

April 7, 2021

l-r Jeanne Klingensmith, Anna May Fehr and Joel Klingensmith

David Fehr

April 7, 2021

Anna May, Dennis and Andrew

David Fehr

April 7, 2021

Anna May 1980 Yes you young 'ns that is the talky heary part of a telephone !

David Fehr

April 7, 2021

Anna May and Dennis Christmas 1984

David Fehr

April 7, 2021

Anna May and Andrew

David Fehr

April 7, 2021

Anna May, Frances Opatril and Andrew Fehr

David Fehr

April 6, 2021

David Fehr

April 6, 2021

David Fehr

April 6, 2021

David Fehr

April 6, 2021

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