January 16, 1967 ~ December 17, 2021

Born in: Lamar, CO
Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

After a courageous battle with COVID, on December 17th, 2021, Christopher “Brady” Repphun, 54 entered heaven to be with the Lord.

Brady was born on January 16th, 1967 in Lamar, Colorado to Peggy and Walter Repphun and from day one, he always had a larger than life kind of spirit.  He grew up in Pueblo and was the youngest of four siblings.  Brady was a true jokester at heart and took great pleasure in making individual nicknames for loved ones.  Along with several hilarious personalized catch phrases, pranks were his specialty.  If he could get you to smile, that was a win in his book.  He had a genuine nature and a smile that was contagious.  Anyone that truly knew him, knew he had an enormous heart and a real soft spot for his family.  He was a family man to his core and his is idea of family were those closest to him regardless of blood or relation.  Family to him was anyone that he could share a laugh with, tell a funny joke to or, build a memory with.

In addition to being a family man, Brady’s hardworking demeanor was admirable.  He started his manufactured housing business from the ground up at the age of 18.  To define him as hardworking would be an understatement, always busy doing something with his hands and was always on the move, leaving little time for rest.  Brady was a true jack of all trades, he could envision a project from start to finish, build a plan, and execute it to completion.  It was a lifelong desire to create a legacy that would carry on in his name.  Through honest hard work and dedication, he endured the waves of the underrepresented mobile home industry to build well respected reputation.

During the moments that he wasn’t working, Brady enjoyed being surrounded by the ones he loved doing the things he loved which included, family vacations, hunting, camping, riding four wheelers in the mountains, taking a ride just because or really, doing anything outdoors.  Food was one of his guilty pleasures, Brady was a self-proclaimed connoisseur of all foods.  When enjoying a vacation or visiting a place away from home, he relished in the opportunity to visit as many local restaurants as he could to enjoy a wide variety of cuisine.

Brady was so many things to so many people, he was a loving Husband, Father, Grandfather (Pops), Brother, Uncle and, friend and he will be deeply missed. He is survived by his loving Wife Sandra Repphun. His Children Christopher Repphun, Brandi (Scott) Fowler, Ashlyn (Brian) Burch and, Jarred (Phoenix) Burch.  His Grandchildren Gwenyth Repphun, Persayis Fowler, Tayven Fowler, Lileeana Fowler and, Webster Burch.  His Nieces Addie Davis and Allyson Davis. His siblings Larry Repphun, Teresa Repphun and, Joy Repphun and countless other family and friends.  Preceding him in death were his parents Walter and Peggy Repphun.

Funeral services will be held December 30th, 2021, at 5:00 PM at the Pueblo Union Dept., with a celebration of life to follow.  Please bring a story or a favorite memory that you shared with Brady. The family will be offering a time to share those special moments during the service.

Services

Funeral Service: December 30, 2021 5:00 pm

Pueblo Union Depot
132 W. B Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

544-0020

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  1. CandleImageHappy Birthday in Heaven Daddy! We all miss you so much and love you so very deep. I know you are celebrating in the best way up there and we are all going to celebrate you down here. Wish you were here with us!

    You are always on our minds and forever in our hearts!

    It’s a BIG I love you!

    BIG ❤🙏

  2. Sending you healing thoughts and prayers. My heart hurts for you, hope you find strength in knowing you have the best guardian angel watching over you until you meet again. Love you , Nan

  3. CandleImageWhat a human light. Brady had a way, he was straight, he cared, he made a difference, and he was fun to work with. Being a good person is the true badge of a great life. His compass for being good was innate. His stories told truths.
    I see the homes his work made. I see people living there. I see him and his family working together. I am sad his time came so soon. I am happy to have known him. His life makes our world a better place.

  4. The world was a brighter place with Brady in it. He had a way to make your laugh even when you felt like, crying. Sort of like we feel today. Brady was ambitious, looking forward to his days when work was not so hard and sharing those days with the ones he loved. For years Brady would call me to talk to his only “Jewish Friend”. He would call me with during Hanukkah and tell me a off color “Jew Joke”, Man he made me laugh. We spent the last decade trying to help each other get to those easy days but now it seems that Brady beat us all.

    Brady was always there to help, I mean always. He helped me in so many ways, figure out things I just didn’t get. Like the time I was pouring a concrete sidewalk and I was short on the mud. Brady started throwing some big rocks into the forms just below the top of the forms and filled that sidewalk with rocks. We poured out the rest of the concrete and BINGO we had enough. He helped me move trailers, set them up and fix them.

    If I was only given three words to describe Brandy it would be Honest, Hardworking and Loving. I’m sorry I’m not able to make his memorial. I’m sure I would hardly be able to speak these words without crying. Brady was one of my best friends and I’ll miss him all the rest of my life.

  5. CandleImageI have never met a man with a bigger heart than Brady. He was always there to help anyone who needed anything. I especially loved Brady’s zest for life and his family. You will definitely be missed my friend 💔

  6. CandleImageYou were such a light in the world. <3 I am so sorry for the incredibly hard loss, but so grateful we had the time with you while you were here.

  7. CandleImageI miss his friendship and love for everyone! A brother that we all miss ! Never be forgotten! We all will love you for ever!

  8. CandleImageI will miss his kindness. The way he could make you feel like family anytime you were around. There was never any doubt that if I needed anything he and Sandi would be there. He was a man that was not afraid to work hard and give just as much to those he loved. Those qualities are rare today. I will miss you my friend!

  9. CandleImageBrady was a very important part of our lives.We loved him as a brother. Richard and Brady MANY miles over years together. Brady and the love he showed us will never be forgotten, the daily calls he made to us to check on us will be missed.
    We LOVE you Brady bunch, and always will until we see you in heaven, and you tell me, “I’m just ridin’ around, hop in !!”

  10. CandleImageLarry, Theresa and Joy-

    I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of Brady. He was a carbon copy of your dad.

    My deepest sympathies to all of you and the family.

  11. CandleImageBrady was always incredibly kind to me and invited me into his family immediately. Such a delightfully funny human. All of my prayers and love to his family, blood and chosen. I’m so sorry for this incredible loss.

  12. Dad,

    You gained your wings and you are our guardian angel now, this still doesn’t feel real. I can’t put into words how much I miss you. Thank you for always showing me unconditional love and for ALWAYS showing up for your family. You were so strong and so honorable even in your last moments. Your love will carry on Dad!

    I love you so very much, it’s a BIG I love you!

    ❤ BIG

  13. CandleImageI will miss you pops. You have shaped my world into what it is today. I am eternally grateful for the time I had with you.

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