Brett Wayne Johns

brett johns

October 12, 1970 ~ July 10, 2018

Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Brett Wayne Johns, 47, passed away July 10, 2018, at home unexpectedly. Survived by his mother, Shirley Johns; his love, Donna Hale; stepchildren, Celeste Carroll, Andrea Carroll and Chad Martel Jr.; and grandkids, Urijah and Eleanor. Preceded in death by his father, Thomas Johns; and his grandparents. Brett was formerly of Morongo Valley, Calif. and moved to Pueblo to be with his high school sweetheart. He was an electrician for 20 years, painted with his dad and then worked with Open Arms. Above all else, Brett was known for his sense of humor and unconditional love for his loved ones. He will be dearly missed. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, July 21, 2018, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences,

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  1. When I first met Brett like most kids I didn’t think he was good enough for my mom. After knowing Brett I can say I was very wrong. Not only was he a great person to my mom, he was a great person to everyone. He was the type of person that would give you the shirt off his back for a person in need. In fact one time he offered to sell his organs on the back market to pay for the vet bill for my pig. Looking back his humor made even the hardest time’s better. His ability to make everyone laugh, that’s one of the qualities I’ll miss most about him. It’s hard to think that when I call I won’t get an accent or joke as he answers the phone. Every time he would tell me how lucky he was to have my mom and how much he loved her followed by how proud he was of me. These past few years he has left as big an in print in our hearts as we did his. I love you Brett. I can’t express how much you will be missed. Give Braxy a hug for Justin and I. I know you watch over us…. Celeste Carroll

  2. Brett,
    Wish we could have stayed in contact…it’s unbelievable to know you’re already gone…You were a very important part of our family for many years, hope you finally found the peace you were searching for.

  3. You will be missed Brett. You were a big part of our family for many years and we loved you very much. It’s a shock to hear and even though over the years we had fell out of contact you will be missed. Say hello to my dad.

  4. Our Hearts are broken with Brett’s passing. As a young mam he was apart of our family and there wasn’t ever a time that when we were together we would hug and kiss! That’s just how I have always rolled!! Watching the photo’s I remembered all the school pictures He always gave us One!!! I always would tell him and Chris how much they looked alike of course they all wore skater clothes, Vans, and carried a board lol!! Man I miss those days. Donna know we are with you and yours though out this hard time. we love all of you and Brett knows you will always love his Mom!! Stay Strong and know you have a big family there to help you along the way!!!

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