Timothy Albert Page
Tim was born in Denver, Colorado to Thomas Albert Page and Donna Joan Freeman and was the youngest of six siblings. He married the love of his life, Connie Page on February 15th, 1992 and they were blessed with two beautiful children, Garrett and Megan Page.
Tim spent most of his life in Hudson/Keenesburg, CO working as a self-employed owner of Tap Landscape, Inc. He ended his career as an Oil Well Operator for Anadarko/Occidental Petroleum.
Tim enjoyed camping, fishing and hunting with his dog Remington on the Kansas plains. Recently, Tim and Connie had purchased a second home in Kansas and went through the renovation process. He was able to see the home finished and enjoyed time hunting before his passing.
Tim was hard working and devoted to his family. He was involved in little league coaching for his son wrestling, football and was always available to show him the moves or practice when needed. He never missed a volleyball tournament to cheer for his little girl.
Tim enjoyed vacationing with his wife Connie, friends, family and going to Florida, California, Arizona, Mexico, Costa Rica and the Bahamas. He was blessed with a wonderful family and the best friends a person could ask for.
Tim is survived by his wife Connie Page, son Garrett Page, and daughter Megan Page. His siblings Diane Kremer, Joan Schlidt and Jeri Page. He is preceded in death by both of his parents; one brother and sister, Thomas Page and Jackie Kremer.
A message to Tim from his wife Connie. When I met you my life became complete. You loved me unconditionally, were always supportive and there for our family in so many ways. I am so blessed that I could have you by my side as my husband and best friend for the last 30 years. I will someday see you again! I will always love you.
Services will be held on Friday, February 5th at 1:00 pm at Fairview Cemetery, 102 Telluride Street, Brighton, Co
Celebration of life immediately following service will be held at The Robertson’s House, 8537 County Road 51 Keenesburg, Co.
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