Henry Keith Fehr was born on the 15th of June 1998 in Louisville, Colorado. Henry was the only child of Aaron Fehr of Broomfield, CO and Jolene (Oehlkers) Fehr of Boulder, CO. His early years were spent in the Broomfield area and later lived at home near Roggen Colorado since 2007.
Henry is a graduate of Weld central High School as well as graduating "Suma Cum Laude" with an associate's degree from Lincoln Tech in Aurora. Henry was a member of the Waggoneers 4-H club in Keenesburg Colorado where he won several awards at the county fair. Henry refused to let his life be defined by the disabilities he suffered in 2008-2014. These included three cardiomyopathies, two cardiac arrests, multiple amputations, eighteen days on an ECMO machine as well as liver, kidney, vocal cord and other health issues. Henry was determined to always look forward to an ever-growing project list. He could often be seen tinkering with circuit boards, family projects, computers and his favorite automobiles. Henry always made time to help others, often successfully completing projects other mechanics turned down. Henry loved to troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems. He was often quoted as saying, "I like to help." Weekends were always full of projects and time for friends and family.
Henry was excited to join the team at Roggen Telephone Cooperative in Roggen Colorado in October 2020. He worked as a Network Technician in a field that was well suited for his advanced skillset. In his short time at Roggen telephone, Henry eagerly made a lasting impression for his positive attitude, knowledge and willingness to help others.
He often mentioned how grateful he was for the community support from the surrounding areas. Henry described his time growing up around Keenesburg and Roggen as being like the Andy Griffith show. Henry was proud of his Colorado Pioneer heritage on both his Mothers and Fathers side.
Henry is survived by his mother Jolene, father Aaron, Grandparents Greg and Cheryl Fehr, four Great grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and his beloved dog "Angel." He is preceded in death by his Grandmother Marlys Oehlkers (Blume) and Grandfather Kenneth Oehlkers.
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