Roberta Janell Hart
October 5, 1940 ~ October 20, 2021
Resided in: Pueblo, CO
Roberta Janell Hart (10/5/40), who spent her life putting the needs of others before her own, passed away in Pueblo, Colo., on Oct. 20, 2021 at the age of 81.
To know Roberta was to love her. She had a big heart and spent her life serving others around her, be they family members, her friends and neighbors and even the people she came to know doing her daily routine. She made friends easily, and if you were one, you were one for life.
She worked as a nurse for Heritage Medical for 45-plus years, and each of her patients knew she only had their best interest in mind. She tended to them with a sympathetic word in trying times and encouragement to overcome whatever ailed them.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ray and Ella; daughter, Deborah; sisters, Elaine Hooton and Joyce Bratton; nephews, Steve Bratton and Jason Hart. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Charles Hart of Pueblo; sister, Donna Borges; brother, Ray Woodard and his wife, Suzanne; sisters-in-law, Donna Hart and Carol Hart; son-in-law, Mike Brohard; granddaughters, Abigale and Josie; and all of her special friends, Glendora Pretty, Betsey Cowen, Dr. James Stjernholm and his wife Rhonda, and all the doctors and coworkers at Heritage Medical.
An avid reader, Roberta poured through books and then shared them with friends and family. She was a fan of the Colorado Rockies and Denver Broncos, but saved her loudest cheers for her beloved Dallas Cowboys. She would cozy up on the couch and watch her teams, always with a book in hand.
When the family came to visit, Roberta was always all smiles and laughs, adding new photos to the frames around the house and the albums in her drawers. The house was filled with the crooning of Johnny Mathis and Dean Martin, while she taught her granddaughters how to dance in the kitchen. She always began her day with a cup (or three) of hazelnut coffee, and on special occasions, a latte of the same flavor from Starbucks, with enough extra cool whip to warrant a larger cup.
She was married to Charles for 60 years, a life of family vacations and fishing trips, and later on, visits to spend time with those she loved most, Debbie and her two granddaughters. Her best smiles and biggest hugs were always reserved for them. She was so proud of her only child and the accomplishments of her granddaughters. They had conversations weekly – sometimes even more frequently – and she always had a list prepared of what questions she wanted to ask, and then she wrote down the answers so as not to forget an important moment of their lives.
Roberta requested there be no memorial service, and in lieu of family and friends bringing food or sending flowers, she asks they make a donation to an organization of their choosing.
Beautiful Blue Eyed Lady,
you were definitely one of a kind
your kindness and love for your family and friends was Unmeasurable
you always did everything with grace and class like no other
you truly were an angel on earth
you will be greatly missed but never forgotten
R I H P
until we meet again
Our sweet Roberta, you were an angel in human skin .You also made the best coffee!! We never did figure out her secret. We will remember you always and love you forever.
Roberta, You touched so many lives with your kindness and generosity. Anyone who was fortunate enough to have known you was truly blessed. Your gentle, sweet loving smile and presence on this earth was a gift to many and will be missed by all those who loved and respected you. Thank You for being an Angel that touched my life.
You will be missed by many here on earth and welcomed with open arms in Heaven. Rest In Peace, sweet lady
You will be missed on earth, dear Roberta, but we know you were greeted with open arms in Heaven. Rest In Peace, our friend
Chuck so sorry to hear of Roberta’s passing. She was a very special friend of my Mother & Dad who lived next door for many years. Biundo. We will have a Mass said🙏
Roberta, you were a angel and I will miss your contagious smile. Every time you came to see me you always brought me a box of turtle candy. Rest In Peace my beautiful friend ❤️
We have had very special times with Roberta, Chuck and daughter throughout the years. Losing Roberta , a very special Angel is heart breaking. We love and pray for Roberta and Chuck. God bless you. An Angel on earth has truly earned her wings.
You will be missed our beloved Roberta. You touched many with your big heart and kindness, especially mine. Rest In Peace my friend. I will love you always. ❤️
You were a Godsend to work with & to all of our patients. You will be missed.
Rest in the comfort of His hands Roberta. You carried His love for humanity in many ways in this life.
My heart is sad. Roberta was a great nurse and person.