Jeremy Phillip Gilbert
May 26, 1982 – October 13, 2020
Jeremy Phillip Gilbert (38) of Highlands Ranch, CO passed away on October 12, 2020. Jeremy was born May 26, 1982 in Wheat Ridge Colorado to parents Dale Gilbert and Patsy Gilbert. Jeremy grew up in Evergreen where he attended school. He was a Master Electrician and employed at Hunt Electric. He loved the Rocky Mountains. He enjoyed mountain biking, hiking, fishing, camping, snowboarding and loved animals. He found peace and solace in nature. Throughout his childhood he enjoyed playing sports and excelled at baseball and football. That athleticism and competitive fire followed him to adulthood as he trained and competed in CrossFit.
Jeremy was always the quiet one in the room, the one standing off taking in everything silently, thus the nickname his friends gave him of “The Silent Assassin."
The true love of his life was his daughter Evelyn. She shares her daddy's bright blue eyes and million dollar smile. They share a bond that will never be broken. Jeremy is survived by his beautiful daughter Evelyn, her mother Narina Avanesova, loving parents Dale Gilbert and Patsy Gilbert, sister Holly Gilbert, niece Giuliana Gilbert, nephew Gage Gilbert, grandmother Marian Wood, his dog Logan and many uncles, aunts, cousins, friends and colleagues all of whom will miss him and love him forever.
Memorial Service details are pending. The family requests that in lieu of gifts or flowers, donations be made to National Suicide Prevention at https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/donate/
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Jeremy Phillip Gilbert
October 25, 2020
Snowboarding and working out were our favorite things to do. Jeremy Gilbert is a great person and I will miss him dearly. I hope our daughters can play together like we did as kids.
October 19, 2020
Jeremy was such a wonderful man. He really loved being an Electrician and enjoyed working with students here at CITC. My favorite memory of Jeremy was talking with him at the school and asking him about his daughter. His whole face would light up and his eyes would smile with pride. I loved seeing him smile like that.
My sincerest condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed.