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Nancy Lynn Lawson, 69 years old of Clifton Colorado, passed away in Broomfield Colorado on February 14, 2017. Born April 12, 1947 in Hamtramck, Michigan To Robert and Mabel (Tregear) Burrows. Husbands, James Brendlinger, David Lawson, Robert Carlson. She is survived by her Parents, Daughter Lori Brendlinger, Son James (Amy) Brendlinger Jr, Daughter Jennifer (Eric) Johnson. Sister Beth Ann (Mitch) Miller, Sister Susan Marie (Roger) Sparks, Sister Rebecca Lou (Rick) Barnes, Brother Robert Hugh Burrows Jr, Brother, Kenneth Blake Burrows. Grandchildren, Christy (Stu) Chamovitz, Whitney (Derek) Sanchez, James (Dagna) Brendlinger III, Derek Brendlinger, Taryn (AJ) Mlazgar, Cora Seare, Jake Seare, Abby Johnson, Cole Johnson. Great Grandchildren Hunter Cooley, Leatha Cooley, Brylie Cooley, Brynlee Mlazgar, Easton Brendlinger, Braydon Sanchez, Kolton Mlazgar.
She lived In Michigan, Colorado and Arizona.
Nancy loved her dogs, Molly and Missy. She loved everything that had to do with the sun and the beach and palm trees! She loved dark chocolate, hot coffee, Coke, and Verners. She loved talking on the phone and watching Lifetime or Hallmark movies and reading. She loved going to the movies. Her potato salad was amazing. Her chocolate chip cookies were the best. She loved to bake for the holidays, especially Christmas! Christmas was her favorite holiday and she looked forward to it every year. She always wanted to make sure that all her kids and grandkids “Believed” that Santa would come to visit “even as adults”. She loved singing Christmas carols. She loved her children and grandchildren immensely and loved spending time with them. She loved being with her parents and siblings, her family meant everything to her. She was generous, funny, smart, sassy, a hard worker, stubborn and independent. She loved a good argument and could hold her own.
Nancy was a fighter, and had struggled with health issues for many years. We are glad to know that she is at peace. We are all blessed to have had her in our lives. We will miss her dearly. God be with you until we meet again. We are so grateful for everyone’s love and kindness at this time.
At her request there will be no service, only a private family memorial.
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