Scottie Sluman

22 May, 196721 September, 2021

Michael Scott (Scottie) Sluman, aged 54, of Boulder, passed away on September 21, 2021 in a motorcycle accident, along with his daughter, Riley Mae, in Firestone, Colorado.

Scottie was born May 22, 1967 in Boulder Colorado as the 5th of 5 children to Don and Connie Sluman, where he graduated in 1986 from Fairview High School.

Scottie’s many talents included artistry, auto mechanics and painting, heavy equipment operations as well as owning and operating a heavy haul business. He spent his adult life building, repairing, and operating anything with a motor regardless of enormity, or to whom it belonged.

Scottie endeared himself to a vast network of lifelong friends through his “life in the fast lane” and his passions for driving, racing, riding, and boating.

Scottie is preceded in death by his father Don Sluman and survived by his mother, Connie Sluman, brother Don (Annette), sisters Vickie (Mike) and Rachelle, brother Brad (Chrissy), stepson Justin, grandson Huxley, along with numerous nephews and nieces and close friends he considered family.


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, 2 October , 2021


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Callie Voyles

8 October 2021

When I heard this news from my dad, i was heartbroken. We lived with Scottie for 6 months and he paved the way for our entire life. I miss him so much and i pray that little Huxley is okay. It is so sad that he wont remember his wonderful momma. They were always the life of the party and could cheer anybody up.

Bob Gardner

4 October 2021

Deb's and my heart goes out to the entire Sluman family and especially Scotties family. I have known the Sluman's most of my life and cannot imagine the loss and hole left in your hearts. I pray your memories sustain you through this most difficult time.

Bob Gardner

Kelli O’Donnell

3 October 2021

We met thru Jimmy years ago ~ And it didn’t take long for you to steal my heart! You were a sweet good honest man. And you held my hand thru one of my most difficult moments in life. That I will never forget.
It hurts my heart that your life and your beautiful daughters were taken so soon! I don’t think I have truly been able to wrap my head around it. But am so thankful I was able to attend your celebration of life yesterday to say my goodbyes.

Thank you for allowing me to be a small part of your beautiful life.

Rest In Peace sweet man ~


Angie Abshire Teegardin

29 September 2021

I don’t remember the first time I met Scottie, because we were in diapers. We spent so much time together as little people. So many gatherings. Christmas Eve’s for how many years? I remember our first day of kindergarten. We were so excited and so scared. How many times did we miss the bus because we got distracted or were hidden behind that rock? It’s hard to wrap my head around a world that you no longer dwell in.

I am sending so much love to my Sluman family.

Mary Lovato

29 September 2021

Wow, I just saw that you and Riley passed away on the same day big Jimmy O did. I am lost for words, may you guys RIP you guys will be missed dearly… Ride those heaven hills!!!! Condolences to your family. Till we ride again, Mary

Clay Eisenberg

27 September 2021

I have no words , but so many memories.. I will always love you and your family.

Devyn Guseenbauer

26 September 2021

I was not the closest person to Scottie but it felt like I was everytime he came in to hangout at the spur. He was like a dad/brother I always loved to pick on, his nickname was Scottie Potty cause he had a potty mouth 😆

Any time I think of Scottie I think of a happy man who always lit the room up, even when he was scaring all the customers with his loud mouth... he really was a breathe of fresh air.

I wish I could have had more time with him and watched the awesome relationship he has with his sister Chelley. I could tell they loved eachother so strongly I really wanted to be like their relationship with my little brother. ♥

He will truly be missed and my heart goes out to his daughter and his whole family and miss Chelley. He felt like family to me and If there is a day I get to see him again in spirit, it will be a happy one.

Stephen Palm

26 September 2021

Part of a special family gone , you always helped me think about your family that I spent so many years with as a child.

My heart hurts as I know how special Riley was to you. I have two daughters just as special and from a distance I saw your endless love for her.

Bless you and Riley and the rest of the Sluman family

Donnie Sluman

26 September 2021

Scottie -
Our time together, always telling me it was my fault- you drove a truck, turned wrenches. Because that’s what I had done. Your passion for everything you did was amazing! Will never forget all of our adventures together. Camping and boating trips, working on cars, drinking a cold beer. Most cherished times were shared riding in the cab of a truck, moving equipment, oversized anything, the hole in the wall burger places for lunch. RIP little brother!
Love you 💔🇺🇸💔🍻

Brad Sluman

25 September 2021

I have loved you your hole life . So many good times in your 54 years . Not going to have you to answer all my questions . I was your older brother but you taught me so much . You were always there for me . We didn’t talk at all for a couple of months and I never new why . Then on Sept 20 my birthday this year you came over said happy birthday old man I love you and we talked for 45 min . The next day saw you loading the van so I went and helped . Told you to have a good day and to be safe . If I’d would have known I’d never see or talk to you again I would have never let you go.
I miss you so bad 💔 tell dad hi and give him a big hug and kiss for me .