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In Memory of

Margaret Elizabeth Brewer

June 4, 1916 - October 7, 2016

Obituary


Every day of her well-lived 100 years, Margaret Weber Brewer was able in some way to love,
nourish, amuse, amaze, delight, encourage, pray for, or teach about the love and
need for Jesus - usually with a story or clever remark.

Her parents, George and Bernice Weber, lived their entire lives in Wyoming where they made a
home for their 5 girls. Margaret was born June 4, 1916. She had a sister a year older, one nine
years younger, and the special "little girls" 17 and 19 years younger.

Margaret always said...

Every day of her well-lived 100 years, Margaret Weber Brewer was able in some way to love,
nourish, amuse, amaze, delight, encourage, pray for, or teach about the love and
need for Jesus - usually with a story or clever remark.

Her parents, George and Bernice Weber, lived their entire lives in Wyoming where they made a
home for their 5 girls. Margaret was born June 4, 1916. She had a sister a year older, one nine
years younger, and the special "little girls" 17 and 19 years younger.

Margaret always said the Lord was constantly working out the details of her life sending her the
right person at just the right time. In 1934 she received a scholarship to Barnes Business School
in Denver. Because of one of those people, she had a job, a place to live while at school and
she was on her way from small town to big city. Not long after, she met Andy Brewer - really
right person! They were married in 1936 and lived in Denver the rest of their lives. She was full
of praise every day for the 72 years they had together.

Margaret did secretarial work for decades including owning and operating a secretarial service
for many years.

Her favorite job was working in the office of Calvary Temple for 17 years. Pastor Charles Blair
was a personal friend and teacher. After moving to Heather Gardens, going to church every
Sunday was difficult so she watched Dr. Charles Stanley and enjoyed his teaching. Until the last
of couple years, she was delighted to be able to attend the Heather Gardens Fellowship.

With great love, trust and dedication she had for her "Everything God", we are confident that she
has left this world with the assurance of the wonderful life ahead of her. She has loved us well;
we always loved her and always will.

Margaret is preceded by her parents, her husband, sister Mildred Anne Anderson, and sister
Georgene Johnson. She is survived by her son Alan Brewer (grandchildren Ashleigh (Rustin)
Fike, great-grandchildren Analiese and Isabella; Andrew Brewer, Courtney Brewer); her daughter
Susan (Ted) Thompson (grandchildren Stephanie (Rob) Freeman, great-grandchildren Rachel and
Sean); sister, Joanne (Richard) Weinmeister, sister Bee Adami, many nieces and nephews and
many, many friends.

Heaven has another honored guest!

Arrangements under the direction of Olinger Hampden Mortuary & Cemetery, Denver, CO.