Kevin Robert Bloch

17 août 196922 juillet 2021

Kevin R. Bloch, age 51, of Greeley, Colorado, died on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at his home. Kevin was born August 17, 1969 to Robert D. and Carmelita (Bainbrich) Bloch.

He was a “Jack of All Trades”. He worked in plumbing and maintenance, and most recently as a security Guard. He was very musically inclined and loved playing the guitar. He enjoyed fishing, snowmobiling, and golfing. He was always the “Entertainer” and love to make his friends and family smile and laugh with his wit and sense of humor.

Kevin was able to be a caretaker for his parents for the last few years, allowing his parents to enjoy the freedom of being in their own home for as long as they could.

He is survived by his sister Julie, brother-in-law Greg and their 4 children. He is also survived by 2 great-nieces and 1 great-nephew; as well as a large extended family of Aunts, Uncles and Cousins who will miss him greatly.

He was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Carmelita, Uncle Alan, and Aunt Kay.

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Celebration of Kevin!!! Please come help us celebrate Kevin at Burning Mountain Park in downtown New Castle from 11:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. Please call Justin at 970-618-2380 with questions. Bring a snack or a drink if you can and please bring a story!!


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Justin Glasenapp

30 juillet , 2021

Kevin was one of a kind! We met in grade school and became friends for life! We played in a rock band together which is a bond only band mates know. We golfed, laughed, and played our hearts our. I was just listening to some voicemails he recently left me they made me laugh and cry:) I can’t tell the crazy things we did and the hilarious conversation we’ve had.
Kevin is certainly loved and will be missed.

Jenny Cutright

29 juillet , 2021

Kevin was always such a warm and kind hearted friend. He always had a hug and a smile for me. My heart is broken hearing he has passed away.

Susan McBride

28 juillet , 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Kevin's passing. I remember him as Julie's adorable little brother. He was a happy kid and I have fond memories of playing at the Bloch home and Kevin always being around us. Sending love to Julie and the family and prayers for your strength and healing.

Julie Sonnenberg

28 juillet , 2021

My heart ❤️ This is the last time we were all together my daughter Erin’s wedding 2017

Julie Sonnenberg

28 juillet , 2021

Thank you all so very much for sharing your lovely memories with us it makes my heart happy to know how he touched you all.
He was my shadow for so many years always ready to go wherever I wanted. Many great memories running around Glenwood. Playing in the river, camping with our parents, riding our bikes all around No Name with Ty Stinson, Mike Shrock and Doug Hammer. I remember one time I locked him in the chicken coop with our mean roster he was sure he would be pecked to death. His main goal in life was to get you to laugh he loved it and I loved him for that!
You had one of the hugest hearts I have ever known and I know this life seemed so hard for you to understand.
I will miss my baby brother for the rest of my life….
Rest In Peace my sweet brother your struggles are over now.

Always in my heart your loving sister,
Jules ☮️❤️

Carrie Yust

27 juillet , 2021

Kevin lived down the road from me in West Glenwood when we were very young. I remember my neighbors and I would visit him often and hang out in his basement. I remember him as being so kind and loved music. You will be so missed. God Bless

David Smith

27 juillet , 2021

You were a true friend and you always gave a damn. I'm grateful to have known you, lived with you, jammed out with you, and so much more. Thanks buddy.

Erin Pressler

27 juillet , 2021

Kevin was one of my very first friends when we moved to Colorado in the late 70’s. I have several memories of Kevin, most of them during our grade school years. Kevin was always funny, had a huge heart and was good to everyone.
The love that Kevin showed his parents during their final years was beautiful. I know Kevin was very proud of his role as a caretaker.
Julie, please know that Kevin loved you BIG. He told me so several times. ❤️🦋

Tracy Leintz-Sapp

27 juillet , 2021

I grew up with Kevin Bloch and Julie Bloch. We lived on Highway 82 south of Glenwood Springs, Colorado at the CMC turnoff to the Spring Valley Campus.
Kevin was my first boyfriend and first kiss.
Julie was my best friend. Their mother made delicious crepes. We played together every day after school and on the weekends. I have great memories of those days. My condolences to the family. Rest in peace, Kevin. Your friend, Tracy Leintz-Sapp.