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Mardalla Brown

Mardalla A. Brown

Monday, November 20th, 1944 - Sunday, April 28th, 2019
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Mardalla Anne Brown
November 20, 1944 – April 28, 2018

Mardalla Anne Brown (Mardy), 74, of Longmont passed away April 28, 2019 at her home.

She was born November 20, 1944 in Deertrail, Colorado to Joseph and Esther (Klemz) Rico. She moved with her family to Burlington, CO where she grew up.

In February of 1962 she married Cecil Woodrow “Woody” Brown, Jr. in Burlington. They began their lives together in Lafayette and then relocated to Longmont a few years later. They eventually divorced in 1994.

She was a clerk and cashier at the K-Mart deli, Diamond Shamrock on north Main St. and then at Albertson’s grocery until her retirement.

Mardy enjoyed working in her yard, gardening, sewing, camping, reading, walking, crime shows on TV and watching her favorite show, Jeopardy. She loved to play the game Free Cell on her computer and kept track of how many games in a row she had won without any losses—18,445.

She was preceded in death by her parents and four siblings.

Mardy is survived by three children: Brian Brown and wife Susan; Robin Corbin and husband Brian; and Gordon Brown; as well as six grandchildren: Aaron Brown, Melinda Brown, Micheal Corbin and wife Jane, Melany Corbin, Joshua Corbin and Wyatt Brown.

Mardy’s enjoyment and fascination with crimes shows lead to her decision to donate her body to Colorado Mesa University in order to help others learn.

A celebration of Mardalla’s life will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at the Ahlberg Funeral Chapel. Share condolences at www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com.
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    Saturday, May 11th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    Saturday, May 11th, 2019 2:00pm
    Ahlberg Funeral Chapel
    326 Terry St.
    LONGMONT, CO 80501
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Gloria Medina-Major

Posted at 12:56am
I am so sorry. Mardy, or M&M as I used to call her, was an incredibly amazing and beautiful woman inside and out! She loved my boys and my family like her own and I will miss her dearly as well as our quick phone calls that would turn into hours of love and laughter about anything and everything! I still have everything she ever sewed for my boys and I will cherish them even more now. Thank you for sharing your beautiful Mom and Grandma with us, she will be deeply missed! Love, hugs and prayers are sent to you all.

Robin Corbin Posted at 01:37am

Thank you Gloria

James Knepper

Posted at 01:02am
Jim Knepper, Longmont
My condolences to Robin and Gordon. Take solace in knowing they don’t make them like your Mom anymore. You always knew exactly where you stood with her. She never left you guessing. In today’s world that’s a rare virtue. RIP my friend.

Robin Corbin Posted at 02:54am

She was always honest about her feelings. Thanks you for your kind thoughts Jim

jean Myers

Posted at 11:00am
Mardy was my neighbor for many years and I always admired her for her strength Her many walks to the store, her many walks after her many surgeries and most of all the pride she took in her yard.

Robin Corbin Posted at 02:55am

She loved to walk and her yard was her sanctuary.

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