Vivian M. Brase
A Service of Celebration for longtime May Valley and Lamar resident, Vivian M. Brase was held at 10:00 AM, Thursday, October 7, 2010 at the Peacock Funeral Home with Pastor Mike Schneider of the Wiley Community Church officiating. Interment followed at the Sunnyslope Cemetery in Bristol, Colorado.
Visitation for Vivian was held on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 from 1:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Peacock Funeral Home.
Mrs. Brase was born on October 24, 1921 to Hugh C. and Nellie Belle (Bivens) Murray and passed away at Prowers Medical Center in Lamar on October 3, 2010 at the age of 88 years.
Vivian is preceded in death by her husband, Melvin C. Brase on December 13, 1977, parents, daughter-in-law Judy A. Brase as well as 2 brothers and 4 sisters.
She is survived by her two sons and their wives; Leroy (Connie) Brase of May Valley and Lawrence (Tressa) Brase of Wiley. Also surviving are 4 grandchildren; Jeff (Sheila) Brase of Cheyenne Wells, Scott (Chelley) Brase of Lamar, Taya (Lance) Jagers of Eads and Kimber Brase of Wichita Falls, TX and Yonda Leonard of Lamar, Joanna (R.C.) Patterson of Kim, Kalye (Tyler) Griffin of Guymon, OK. Great grandchildren; Amber, Callie, Cassidy, Corbin, Garrett, Krislynn, Anthony, Kelli, Kohl, Logan, Wyatt, Kamrynn, Kiya, Kaci and Sydney and one great great grandson, Weslee. Her brother Leon (Margaret Ann) Murray of Granada, her sister Marilyn Coats of Lamar, and sister-in-law; Virginia Brase of May Valley as well as numerous nieces, nephews and many friends also survive.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the Lamar Area Hospice direct or in care of the Peacock Funeral Home
|Always enjoyed visiting with your mother. She was a great lady. It will be wonderful to see her again one day.|
|To the Vivian Brase family, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. We have fond memories of Vivian and know that she will be greatly missed. The Homer England Family|
|To the Family of Vivian Brase,|
I was sory to read that Mrs. Brase had passed away. I did not know her, but she raised two very nice sons that were/are respected by Red and me. Red was always proud to say,"Lawrence and LeRoy were former students." May God bless you and give you peace.
Message for Vivian Brase Family--With our deepest sympathy--May you find peace and comfort in the love of those who care for you.
From Jim & Charlene Hudson
for the family of Vivian Brase -- So sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Vivian was a very sweet lady.
from Dave & Micky Marsh
|for the family of Vivian Brase.....Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. God Bless all of you.|
From the Board, Management and Staff of Southeast Colorado Power Association
|To the Brase Children:|
I do not know you, but have known your dear mother and the late Judy for years. Judy first came into my life as a patient at PMC. That is when I met your mother. Both ladies had such beautiful personalities and beautiful smiles! I have never forgotten Judy nor will I forget Ms. Vivian. Each time we saw one another we stopped to visit. May the Lord be with you and give you the strength to endure as your mother went straight to heaven.
Janitor of PMC
|We are so sorry to hear about Vivian passing away. She was a dear lady and my family will miss her. She always had a big hug for our boys, no matter how old or big they got. They enjoyed their hugs from Vivian. Ladies Aid isn't the same without her. We know she has been sick for some time and we have missed visiting with her. |
Marlin and Karen Sperra
Dear Lawrence and Leroy,
Your mother was such a nice lady. I always enjoyed our little visits in the store. She will be greatly missed. I'm sure you have many pleasant memories and they help to comfort us when we lose a loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Phyllis (Foxworthy) Nelson
|Lawrence and family.......Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.|
Southeast Colorado Power Association
|To the Family of Vivian Brase.|
Thinking of you all at this time, Remembering a friendly lady who always had a smile. May your memories of happier times sustain you through these hours. Our deepest sympathy.
Mikki & Kenny Cartwright
|Lawrence and Leroy Brase families,|
It was a great pleasure to know your Mother, Grandmother and Great-grandmother, Vivian. She always took such pride in all of her families accomplishments. She was a friend, care-giver to many, and helper to all. She and I enjoyed many visits together, at my home, her home, Carol McGee's home and when we went on our spur of the moments lunches that we enjoyed so much. I enjoyed Tucker as much as she did since I'd had a little dog very much like Tucker which I lost in May, 2004 so she was generous to share him with me. I'm sorry for her loss, but praise the Lord that she didn't suffer. Treasure your memories of her as I will treasure mine.
Sincerely, Jo Ann Dove