James Douglas Brendlinger

james brendlinger

James D. Brendlinger, 74 years old of Westminster Colorado, passed away in Westminster Colorado on August 14, 2020.  Born November 20, 1945 in Denver, Colorado To Albert and Dorothy (Pippert) Brendlinger.  He was preceded in death by his parents, wives, Nancy Burrows, Connie (Chavez) Brendligner.  He is survived by his children, Daughter Lori Brendlinger, Son James (Amy) Brendlinger Jr, Son Richard Brendlinger, Son Kyle (Cara) Brendlinger, Brother Steve (Cathy) Brendlinger,  Grandchildren, Christy (Stu) Chamovitz, Whitney (Derek) Sanchez, James (Dagna) Brendlinger III, Derek Brendlinger, Taryn (AJ) Mlazgar, Cora Seare, Jake Seare, Quintin Brendlinger and Ivy Brendlinger.  Great Grandchildren Hunter Cooley, Leatha Cooley, Brylie Cooley, Brynlee Mlazgar, Easton Brendlinger, Braydon Sanchez, Kolton Mlazgar, Sadie Brendlinger and Camden Mlazgar. 


He lived in Colorado his entire life.


Jim was kind and loving, first and foremost. He was a wonderful Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great Grandfather. He was known for maintaining friendships for years with members of his extended family and beyond. He filled the roll as a father figure countless times over the many years. He was very humble and caring. He enjoyed working with the public in the neighborhood grocery store where he became a staple in the community. He was a hard worker and lead by example. Dad loved to laugh. His laughter was contagious. He was quit the jokester.


Jim loved to spend time with friends and family. We all have been blessed to have him in our lives. He will be missed dearly. God be with you until we meet again. We are so grateful for everyone’s love and kindness at this time.


There will be a gravesite service Saturday August 22, 2020 at Olinger Highland Cemetery at 10:00 am.

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  1. My condolences to you, Lori, and family.  I pray for you through your grieving. May God bless you and your family and walk with you through this 🙏.  I love you ❤

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