Melinda Lisa Fletchinger

Born in Denver, CO on May 19, 1958

Departed on November 6, 2017 and resided in Aurora, CO

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It is with great sadness that the family of Melinda (Mindy) Lisa Fletchinger announces her sudden passing, on Monday, November 6, 2017, at the age of 59 years.

Mindy will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 41 years, Don and her children, Becky, Jessica, Erica, Tony, and John. Mindy will also be fondly remembered by her grandson Julian.  She is survived by her brothers, Matthew and Glenn (Sonny) Bartlett. 

A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, November 17, at 11:00 a.m., at Elevation Christian Church, 15600 E Alameda Pkwy, Aurora, CO. 

Those who so desire may make memorial donations in memory of Mindy to the charity or organization of your choice."

Guestbook Entries

  1. Cousin Judy Mason :

    I am so sorry to all the family for the sudden loss of Mindy.

    I will remember summer visits playing in the playhouse that Uncle Glenn built.

    I will be in Wichita on Friday visiting my dad and unable to attend the service.

    Keeping all of you in thoughts and prayers.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. Mindy was my cousin. My mom and her dad, Uncle Glen, were brother and sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  3. I am so sad to hear about Mindy. We had such good times when we lived in Denver from family get-to-gathers,trips to the mountains.birthday parties and just hanging out. She was so special to us and I grieve with you. I have two beautiful photos hanging in my house that Mindy took. She knew I loved windmills and the one is of a farm windmill that I always said came from KS,but she said she actually took it in NE. i am so sorry that i cannot be there to celebrate her life,but you are being remembered in my prayers. With love, Mindy’s Aunt mary

  4. With Deepest Sympathy

    May the lord grant you strength and peace during this difficult time.

  5. Pamela Bartlett :

    I too am so sad to hear about Mindy. I’m a cousin also and too spent time with her and her brothers when we all were kids. Mindy was a few years older and I really looked up to her. No pun intended. She was pretty, cool and fun
    We played marathon Monopoly games and laughed till we cried and nearly wet our pants. We grew up in Denver during the “wonder years” spending birthdays, holidays and mountain trips.
    She had the Jackson 5 hanging in her room before I really knew who they were, showed me make up and shared info on boys. I often wanted to be more like her and learned from her. I too am so sorry for her husband Don, her children, grandson and her brothers. I would of liked to spend more time with her as adults and the world is a darker place without her. With love. Pam Bartlett. God bless you all

  6. Sharon & Walt Koontz :

    I am a cousin-in-law, married to Mindy’s first cousin, Walt “Buddy” Koontz. We are unable to be in Colorado for the service, but want to let you know we are thinking of the family and praying that the memories of your wife, mother & grandmother will help you through this time of loss.

  7. Sherry Kipfer :

    I am a long lost cousin of Mindy. I remember when I was young, my Aunt Myrt took care of us while my mother, Elizabeth Ross, was in the hospital having my young sister, Patty Ross. We had great times with Sonny and Melinda (Matthew was very young). I was trying to connect with family out in Denver. I know your mother will be missed.

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