Allen F. Werner

February 8, 1959 ~ March 14, 2021 (age 62)


Allen Francois Werner.  Allen was born in Denver, Colorado to Jeanne “Ninette” Pasquier and Harry Werner and was the second youngest of their five children.

Allen lived all of his life in or around Denver and always called the mountains home. He began working as a handyman and plumber right out of high school and kept those as lifelong skills. These skills allowed him to begin establishing his own family with his wife Rebecca, after they married in September of 1993. A few years after, Allen decided he would like to start a new adventure and opened A-Werner Plumbing in December of 1997.

After establishing a good foundation and building his own company, Allen thought it was time to build a place he could truly call home. From the ground up, Allen built a beautiful house in Brighton, Colorado in 2001. From then on, him, his family, and anyone else who needed it, could always call his house home.

As the years passed, Allen had many adventures. He enjoyed long road trips with his family, mentioning that Yellowstone National Park would forever be his favorite. Allen was known as a bit of a collector with his hands in a collection of almost everything. From coins, to baseballs, to model cars, he had them all. As the family’s biggest sports fan, he would never say no to an invite to any kind of game for any team. This included becoming a racing sponsor for local drivers and even getting the chance once to drive in a real race.  

In 2015, he decided he wanted a bit of a new job scene and began working for MTech Mechanical. He enjoyed the camaraderie with everyone that worked there and the challenges of a new environment. He gained many new friends and continued with as many mini adventures as he could have.

Allen is survived by his wife, Rebecca Werner; along with his five children, Stephanie, Savanna, Samantha, Suzann, and Anthany. As well as his brother Rodger Werner and wife Michelle. He is preceded in death by both of his parents.

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