October 23, 1945 ~ June 9, 2019

Born in: Ajo, Arizona
Resided in: Castle Rock, Colorado

Mrs. Womack is survived by her husband of 53 years, Charlie; Sons, Chuck (Christen) Womack and Alan (Irma) Womack; Brother, Joe Flores; grandchildren Mia, Julia and Macie Womack.

Please leave condolences for the Womack family below.


Funeral Service: June 20, 2019 12:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - South Metro/Centennial
5303 E County Line Rd
Centennial, CO 80122

Graveside Service: June 20, 2019 2:15 pm

Fort Logan National Cemetery
3698 South Sheridan Boulevard
Denver, CO 80236

(303) 761-0117

Room: Staging area "C."

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  1. She was a great person and she is now in Gods hands and she will be well missed by her family and friends forever. She was a great friend!

  2. Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pour through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy –
    The author is unknown but I echo the sentiment and send my deepest sympathies to each of you.

  3. I am so sorry for your loss of Bert. It always seems so cruel to lose someone so dear. I wish you peace and healing. Please accept my condolences.

  4. Bert was an awesome lady who always treated my family well. Her thoughtful and generous nature will never be forgotten. She had a great sense of humor and was such a fun person to be around. My heart goes out to the Womacks and Bert’s family.

  5. Bertha came into our lives to give it a 180 degree turn. Not only she gave us people who will be permanently important for our lives, but she also taught us that love can be transmitted without even moving an inch of our body.
    Bertha taught us the value of life, the importance of being close to our loved ones and telling them how much we love them, because life goes away in a second and all we remain with are the memories and experiences lived with our loved one, the ones we should not deprive ourselves of just for remaining with any grudge, without forgiving or thinking about the “what if I had?” …
    Bertha do not leave a great void for her absence, she leaves the hearts of all the people who knew her, full of love, gratitude for her life and all the teachings showed through her.
    We did not lose anyone, she is still the mother, sister, wife and friend of all of us who will carry her with us always, but rather on the contrary, we won an angel who will now take care of us from heaven and plead for all of us when our time arrives and we’d have to go to the kingdom of the heavens with her.
    We will always remember you, and love you to the infinity.
    With all our hearts, Erika and daughters.

  6. Prayers for peace and comfort for all of you. She was a very special lady whom I was fortunate to have as my aunt. Though we did not live close, visits were always special with her. When my parents divorced (when I was 14) I struggled with who to live with. Aunt Bertha told me I could come live with her and not even have to make the decision about which parent to live with. She told me I always had a place to live with her if I wanted to. That gave me peace knowing I had an “out” if I ever needed it. She was classy, opinionated but proper. I always respected and admired her. Love and hugs Uncle Charlie, Chuck, Al and your families ❤

  7. We were very sorry for your loss with Bertha’s passing. She was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. We have many special memories of her and your family.
    May God’s comfort and blessings be with your family.

  8. I am so very sorry for your loss. May God give you peace and comfort you and keep his loving arms surround you.

  9. I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Bertha. I had not seen her in years, but have lots of good memories of her. I am Elmerine Stone’s granddaughter and Tricia’s daughter. I got to be around Bertha, when your family would visit my Grandma Rene’ & Grandpa Pete. I stayed with them every summer, and I’ve been to a few family reunions. I think of Bertha Everytime I fix authentic fried tacos. Bertha taught my Grandma how to make them, and Grandma taught my Mom, and my Mom taught me. So very sorry for your loss. Bertha was cherished by us all. Your in my thoughts and prayers????✝️❤️

  10. In loving memory of our Dear friend Bert. You brought so much Joy & Laughter with a beautiful smile and warm heart! Super wife, Mother, Grandmother, sister and friend that we will cherish and miss. God Bless and thank you for all the fun times together!

    The Virgona Family

    John, Cathy, Kim & Jeff

  11. Our deepest sympathy to Chuck and the families. So sorry for your loss. You should be comforted in knowing that Bert is finally at rest in arms of the Lord.
    Love to all
    Rich & Sharon

  12. We never had the privilege of getting to know Burt very well but by knowing Charlie and Alan we can tell she was truly one amazing lady. Much love to you all.

  13. It is difficult to believe that Bert is gone – such a strong life force in her! I have so many great memories of laughter and joy in the short times I got to spend with her. My heart goes out to you, Charlie and to her entire family. May you find comfort knowing that she is at peace.

  14. Bertie was always so very nice to both of us, through many a good and bad time. We will always remember her kindness and open heart. She will be missed.
    Our sympathies to your family. You are all in our hearts and prayers.
    Don & Teri

  15. Bertha was a beautiful soul & the life of the party. I have such great memories of my sweet cousin. She will always be remembered in my heart as a wonderful & fun filled lady. My heartfelt condolences go to Charlie & all the family.

  16. Aunt Bertha had a great big heart and was fiercely loyal to her family and friends. She was passionate…and strong… and resolute. I have many great memories of her… she will certainly be missed.

    My prayers go out to Charlie and his family.

    I love you guys – Paul

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