Charles "Charlie" Wesley Brown


March 14, 1959 ~ June 1, 2020

Born in: PUEBLO, CO
Resided in: BOONE, CO

Charles “Charlie” Wesley Brown, 61, passed away on June 1, 2020. Survived by his loving wife of 19 years, Tammy Brown; step-daughter, Keri Steeves of Berlin, N.H.; mother, Jackie Brown of Oklahoma City, Okla.; and mother-in-law, Dorothy Denny of Pueblo. Preceded in death by his grandparents, Jack and Alice Hemick; and his father, Charles G. Brown. Charlie was born March 14, 1959, in Pueblo, Colo., attended Centennial High School and worked at the Pueblo County Sheriff’s office as a Deputy for 25 years. He loved living out in the County with his wife and numerous animals (horses, dogs and cats), horseback riding, helping with cattle roundups, fishing, going to Cripple Creek and going to Beach Boys concerts. Charlie was always helping others throughout the years. He was dearly loved and will be forever missed. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Live streaming of service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 9, 2020. Online condolences, Also, the memorial service will eventually be available online.

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  1. I Love you Charlie!! I will miss you forever….. Love your favorite Sister in Law, Patti xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

  2. Charlie was an amazing man! He always had a calm and gentle presence no matter his circumstance. Rest with the Angels, Charlie. Godspeed
    In Christ,
    Mona Wertsbaugh
    RT Lincare

  3. I will miss you forever, Charlie. Thank you for taking such good care of my mom and for loving us so unconditionally. I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there more. I love you.

  4. Charlie was a good hard working man, working with him at the SO for years. Sad day, but you will not be forgotten.

  5. We will miss Charlie it was always a blessing to see him at church. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Love Wayne and Shirley Ruff Banner church

  6. My Deepest Condolences Tammy and Family! Charlie Was a Man with a Gentle Soul! He’s At Peace Now! Prayers🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  7. Our sincere and deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved husband. We were co/workers at the S.O. and became good friends. Charlie fought a good fight with everything he had but God saw he was getting tired. Charlie is now keeping watch over Gods house and is no longer in pain. RIP my friend.

  8. My most sincerest condolences to your family and friends Charlie. Remember to watch over my dear friend the love of your life, Miss Tammy! God bless and may you Rest In Peace.

  9. Charlie you were always a good friend to us. You will be dearly missed. Ride on until we meet again. Sorry for your Loss Tammy.

  10. Tammy, sending our love and light in this difficult time. Please know we are thinking of you and you have our deepest sympathy. Much Love Jim and Kathy

  11. Keep riding Charlie, like Bert said, riding into the beautiful sunset. We will always remember you. It is sad that with this coronavirus we will not be able to physically attend your funeral service. But we will be there in spirit. Sorry for your loss Tammy.

  12. Charlie was a very, very dear friend to Richard and Josephine Martinez, we consider him family, and he will always be in our hearts, and he will be missed dearly.

  13. Tammy,
    My heart is broken for you. Charlie will be deeply missed. I very much enjoyed my time spent with him-and as his suffering as ended, the time will only begin for our hearts to heal. Charlie is loved….

  14. We knew Charlie for a short time but grew to to enjoy his company. He will be missed very much.
    Our condolences to Tammy and his family

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