Anita Warmbrod

Anita Warmbrod (Tucker)

April 26, 1935 - March 7, 2021
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Anita Warmbrod, age 85, of Greeley, CO was welcomed into heaven on Sunday, March 7, 2021 surrounded by her family at her home. Mrs. Warmbrod was born in Winchester, Tennessee on April 26, 1935 to Frank and Dorothy Tucker. She spent her childhood in Tullahoma, Tennessee and Decherd, Tennessee with her brothers, Charles and Bobby. She attended Franklin County High School. Anita married Joe Warmbrod on March 31, 1957 at the Winchester Methodist Church. She graduated from Jean Kirby Beauty College in Fort Smith, Arkansas in 1957. She worked as a cosmetologist in Fort Smith until she and Joe moved back to Winchester where she continued to work at Alice's Beauty Shop until 1970 when they moved to Greeley, CO. She then began her career as a travel agent at Adventures Awaiting Travel Agency from 1974 to 2018. She was a lifelong member of the Methodist Church. She was involved in many activities at the First United Methodist Church of Greeley, Colorado. Over the years she enjoyed helping with church dinners, teaching Sunday School and being on the prayer chain. Anita and Joe served as greeters for more than 30 years at the church. One of the most important things in her life was the welfare of her family. She was always helping with school events and was involved in numerous activities for her sons. She loved to cook for everyone. She was known for her coconut cream pie and fried chicken. Anyone that came to her house was always offered something to eat and some sweet ice tea. She enjoyed baking pies and delivering them to people out of the goodness of her heart. She loved spending time with her grandchildren. She enjoyed going to their school and sporting events and loudly cheering them on. She always saw the best in people and never had anything negative to say about anyone.

Anita was preceded in death by her son, Troy Lynn Warmbrod; her parents, Frank Tucker and Dorothy Noah and stepfather Carl Noah; brother, Charles Tucker; brother-in-law, John Warmbrod; sister-in-law, Bettye Warmbrod and nephew, John Tucker.

She is survived by her husband of 64 years, Joe Warmbrod; son, Eric Warmbrod and his wife Lori; grandchildren, Shelby and Riley Warmbrod; brother, Bobby Tucker and his wife Theresa; Sister-in-law, Julia Warmbrod; nieces, Lindsay Sears and her husband Jared, Sheri Gamble and her husband Jeff, Barbara "Babs" Feaster and her husband Joe, Terri Tucker and Karri Patton and her husband Tony; cousins, Susan Broncucia and Barbara Kay Huff and her husband Tom Fanta; and other great nieces. She also had many friends that loved her dearly.

A memorial to celebrate her life will be planned later in the spring. In lieu of flowers the family would encourage donations to the American Cancer Society or Hospice Care.
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Melanie President

Posted at 01:09pm
Anita brought so much joy to Thompson and I. We loved seeing her every Sunday at FUMC, Greeley. Her hug, her compliments, her beautiful smile. She made us feel 100% welcome from the first time we went to a service there - to the last time we saw her. She went out of her way to welcome my mom - checking on her when she had a spell in the hospital; and sending me flowers in the hospital when my baby was born. Sharing this just to show how much love she poured out - not only in person, but outside of her presence as well. Our hearts and prayers are with Joe and the rest of her family/loved ones. We will always love Anita and she made a very large (with her very small stature! - in church my husband would get on his knees to hug her, and they'd be almost the same height!) impact in our lives.

Kathy Harshman

Posted at 02:20pm
Dear Joe, Eric and Family, Our hearts are broken and we share in the loss and sadness of your precious wife and mom! Anita was as kind and beautiful as they get! Karen and I always remarked on how she was always so put together and joked about hoping to look like her when we were older :) Sending our warmest sympathies and prayers to you and all the many lives Anita touched so dearly! Wishing you peace and strength in the days ahead. Please let us know when the memorial is. Blessings, Love and Hugs - Kathy Harshman (Slemons) & Karen Sullivan (Slemons)

The Lileys

Posted at 11:25pm
Our family is so happy to have known Anita and the warmth and happiness she exuded along with her friendly smile and hugs she freely shared!
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Don Denney

Posted at 11:30am
May God bless this family on the loss of this wonderful lady. I have know Anita since we were children & neighbors in Decherd, TN.
She was always a beautiful child & lady (inside and out). May God in his infinite wisdom and goodness welcome her into His Kingdom. Dr. Don Denney

Susan Phelps

Posted at 06:12pm
I am so fortunate to have known and loved Anita since our "kids" were married in 1995.
She was loving, sweet, and fun. She would do anything for anyone. She was a dear friend and I will miss her greatly.

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