Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Chapel

407 Jerry Street, Castle Rock, CO


Timothy Edward Zegers

July 7, 1966March 13, 2020

Timothy Edward Zegers was born on July 7, 1966 in Denville, New Jersey and passed away on March 13, 2020 in Lone Tree, Colorado.


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Timothy Edward Zegers

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Keith Koury

March 24, 2020

Tim Zeger's was like a father figure to me. This man was smart and clever he always knew how to make a joke funny or make people around him smile and laugh. Some of my favorite times with Mr. Zegers where we would go on camping trips where we'd all sit around the fire talking about the day and how it was being away from civilization. In the morning we would get prepared for the afternoon where we would go find a dirt bike trail that we would all go down and enjoy the ride. When Tim took Jack and I on fishing trips we would go get on the boat and troll around awake trying to catch fish and listening to him talk about blacksmithing and his crazy storys about his experiences. Tim zegers and his family are some of the greatest people I've ever met! I will miss him dearly.

Dave Dole

March 18, 2020

Every memory I have of Tim is a great one. I remember Christmas light displays, Fourth of July fireworks and Pictionary games. My fondest memories are of conversations we had mostly while waiting for our sons to finish basketball practice. Tim always made me laugh but he also made me think while we discussed matters great and small.

Tim was dedicated to God, to his family and to the service of others. He could always be counted on when help was needed. Tim helped me out many times without hesitation.

One thing I know for certain from our conversations: Tim had absolutely zero doubt that he would end up with God. That gives me comfort and I will continue to picture Tim serving God and likely giving Him a laugh or two along the way. And of course there will be fishing.

Steve Padilla

March 18, 2020

Tim will be greatly missed. I have worked with him for 20 years, except the time he was laid off, which he always said he was fired..lol He always counted the days until Christmas, let everyone know how many more days to go. Him taking the week off for Thanksgiving to set up his house with Christmas lights and always enjoying the pic when he was done. Again he will be greatly missed. Till we meet again my friend.

Daniel Hanselin

March 17, 2020

We have so many good memories of Tim from all the years of fishing trips, bronco games and working together. Tim was the most caring and loving person that would help anyone anytime. He was a major part of all of our lives in this family and will be missed every day. We all love you Tim.