Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary & Cemetery

7777 West 29th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO


Pauline Louise Flowers

March 30, 1925May 18, 2020

Pauline Louise Flowers, wonderful wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully on Monday, May 18, 2020 at the age of 95. Pauline was born on March 30, 1925 in English Consul, Maryland to John Joseph Weigand and Bertha Miller Weigand. She was one of five children, which included a twin sister. Pauline married her best friend, James Pettus “Pete” Flowers on January 30, 1944 and lived in Hoopers Island, Maryland. While on the island, the couple had two children, Joan and James. In 1956, Pauline and Pete relocated to Colorado where they would spend their lives together. After arriving in Colorado, the couple welcomed two more children, Joseph and Paula.

For more than 60 years, Pauline built a loving home in Commerce City, Colorado, where she would always welcome family and friends. Pauline was a wonderful homemaker and later in life, worked in food services with School District 14 in Commerce City. Pauline was always an active and dedicated member at her church and regularly volunteered her time at the Commerce City Senior Center. When she was not volunteering, Pauline could be found playing cards, working on needle point or cheering on her grandchildren at their sporting events. She was known for her creativity, generosity and strong will. Pauline was blessed with a large and loving family and is survived by her Children; James Flowers and Paula (Chuck) Baker, Grandchildren: Ronnie Fiske, Mary Fiske, Shannon (Brian) Flowers-Watts, CJ Flowers, Melissa (Ryan) Higgins, Dalton Baker, Alexandria Baker, Jessica Baker, Great-grandchildren; Jamie Fiske (Adam Sigg), Breanna Fiske (Donovan Lewis), Savannah, Caden & Addisyn Watts, Teia & Ty Sullivan, Charlie Baker, Kaci Higgins and Great-Great-Grandchildren; Colt & Kamrie Sigg.

Pauline is preceded in death by her husband, James “Pete” Flowers of Commerce City, CO; daughter, Joan Flowers Telea of Thornton, CO; son, Joseph Flowers of Denver, CO; grandson, Duston “Dusty” Fiske of Westminster, CO; as well as her 4 siblings and parents.

A private family viewing and funeral service will be held at Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary & Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, CO. Pauline’s family plans to celebrate her life with her family and many friends at a later date.


Pauline Louise Flowers

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Connie Hastings

May 27, 2020

Rest in piece my dear friend. I met Pauline when I worked at Donna's I've beauty salon and got to know her even more from her neighbors who were on the fire department. She was a good friend. I will miss seeing her at the Senior Center.

Tyann Janzen

May 26, 2020

Pauline was at nearly every basketball game Jess and my daughter played together. I always had wished my grandmother could of enjoyed that. That was so special and I'm sure it meant alot. May she rest in God's loving arms!

Donna Robbins

May 26, 2020

Have known Pauline since the late 60s, and loved her dearly, any of you that really knew her know how she brightend Friday mornings when she came in to the Beauty shop to have her hair done, I did her hair for 32 years. RIP Pauline.

Jennifer Lord

May 25, 2020

Miss Pauline,

I have so many memories of you! You were Paula’s sidekick 🥰. All of the gymnastics meets, the 4th of July firework shows (including when we got drenched and went to your house to dry our clothes and drink got chocolate!! Your family was your life and vice versa!! May you be reunited with your husband and your daughter, grandson and all your loved ones that were all waiting for you. You’re legacy will live on for many years to come! Thank you for letting me and my kids be a part of it!! ❤️

Claudia Barnes

May 25, 2020

Paula,James and to all the family , myself and Ted's family send our love and wonderful memories of your amazing Mom to you. She will never be gone her smile and spirit will live on in all of our hearts. Bless you Claudia Barnes andTed Garcia's family.

Judy Blum

May 25, 2020

I met Pauline when Pete was our sons Cub Scout leader. I knew instantly I liked her.She was a wonderful caring honest and very funny Lady!I am so sorry to hear she is gone .......she will be missed.😔

Carla Benallo

May 25, 2020

Pauline was so special to our family.
Living next to her for over 30 years we had years of special occasions, we always enjoyed her humor and her feisty personality, she had a smile for everyone she met. She will always be remembered and greatly missed.
Mike, Carla, Michael Jr., Jon

Terri Brown

May 22, 2020

I had lnown Pete and Pauline Flowers since I was 5 years old. Pauline was always such a great mom to not only her own children, but to the rest of us maniacs who were growing up on the same street. While she was an amazing person and a lot of fun, we knew not to mess with her when I was growing up. You were an amazing inspiration to all of us. My dad, Leo Brown, and I mourn your passing. But, we pray you are in a better place with those who went before you.

Christine Polliard

May 22, 2020

Pauline was such a sweet and kind woman. She loved her family with all that she had. I was lucky enough over the last 10 years to be able to spend time with her at sporting events and at home playing dominoes. We had the best of times and what I will remember most about her and cherish is her strong spirit, infectious laugh and her drive and determination to remain active and involved every day of her life. Thank you Paula for sharing your mom with us. We are grateful for all the memories.

RIP Pauline. We love you.

The Polliard's

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