Anna Teresa (Gallegos) Brannon

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Anna Teresa Gallegos Brannon, 53, formerly of Fort Lupton and more recently of Houston, Pennsylvania, died at age 53.
Anna was the wife of beloved husband, Johnny Brannon, for 35 years. She was born in Denver to Juan Manuel Gallegos and Lydia A. Alfaro. Her father and a brother, Carlos D. Gallegos, preceded her in death.
Survivors are her mother; a brother, Manuel (Janell) Gallegos; a sister, Martina (Mike) McConnell; uncles and aunts, Rudy (Eileen) and Sally Gallegos, Tony and Albert Alfaro and Eufemia Diaz; nieces and nephews, Brenna and Brandon Rhoda, Joylynn and Paige Gallegos, Dominico and Isabella Malara, Kuper McConnell and Joel and Jacey Mudd; great-nieces and bephews Hector and Analiyah Sanchez, Elijah Rhoda, Nehemiah Garcia; and numerous cousins.
Anna left Fort Lupton High School with big dreams. She worked in the modeling industry in Hawaii during the late '80s, which led to opening fashion photography studios in Japan, Indonesia and Southern California. This lead to a whirlwind of success as a partner and entrepreneur during the '90s in the dotcom in Southern California while also being a foster parent for three boys.
The oil and gas boom in Pennsylvania, where she helped manage a pipeline company, was the last stop on this portion of her journey. Anna truly followed the road less traveled. Ultimately, her personal relationship with Christ became the most important aspect of her life. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Rosary and Mass will be at 1 p.m. Friday, July 28, at St. William Catholic Church, 1025 Fulton Ave., Fort Lupton.
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St Williams Catholic Church
1025 Fulton Ave
Fort Lupton, CO 80621
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Published in Commerce City Sentinel Express on July 31, 2018