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Olinger Funeral, Cremation & Cemetery - Chapel Hill

6601 South Colorado Blvd, Centennial, CO

OBITUARY

Timothy Arnold Grout

February 15, 1960July 27, 2020

Forever in our hearts.

Timothy “Tim” Grout was born to James and Nancy Grout in Denver, Colorado on February 15, 1960. Tim passed away at his home in Golden, Colorado on July 27, 2020 at the age of 60 . Tim graduated from Green Mountain High School in 1978 and attended college at the University of Northern Colorado. He worked for many years as a Purchasing Agent at Kenny Electric in Denver, CO where he had great skill in acquiring the supplies needed for large electrical jobs. Tim’s strong work ethic contributed to his successful career.

Tim was charismatic with an uncanny ability to develop friendships. He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed the company of his friends and co-workers. His love for sports was reflected in his free time activities and he was a long time Denver Broncos fan. He enjoyed outdoor activities including golf and fishing.

Tim is survived by his wife, Pam; daughter, Molly; Mother, Nancy and his sisters, Penny and Holly.

A celebration of life for Tim will be held at a later date

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Joyce Palaszewski

August 4, 2020

Tim, you will be forever missed by your family, friends, co-workers and by the construction industry. Working with you was always a pleasure – you had an awesome sense of humor, knowledge and connections that made jobs go better. You were the calm in the storm on so many issues.

Your name was on the beam that flew over Ball on 7.31.20 at the Topping-Off Party. You helped us tremendously getting this job started – RIP.

Joyce Palaszewski

Candi Munson

August 3, 2020

I have many fond memories of Tim. He was a good friend and great brother in-law. We used to hit whiffle balls in the backyard and talk for hours in the evenings. I am so happy that I got to see him the last time I was in Denver. I love you Tim and will miss you very much. My heart goes out to Pam and Molly, so sorry for your loss.

Candi

Nancy Grout

August 3, 2020

I have so many memories of Tim. Favorite was the time I spent visiting with him on my Birthday in August of 2019. I was able to be with him for three weeks. It was so much fun, I loved his place in Golden. His Dog ( Gracey ) waited at my bedroom door every morning.

Tim and I shared our interest in music, sports, and movies.

I will miss his voice on my telephone.

Tim will always be in my Heart.

Holly Kort

August 1, 2020

Miss you Tim

Kathy Fitch-Dentino

July 31, 2020

I’m so sad to hear of Tim’s passing. Tim was a neighbor and good friend of my brother, Tom. I spent many days at his house because his sister, Penny, was my best friend. I remember his genuine laugh and that he was a really nice guy. He never picked on us (maybe because we didn’t follow him around!)
My deepest condolences to Penny and family. Hugs and prayers to you all🙏❤️

Kathy

Rich Schneider

July 31, 2020

Tim,or Grout as we used to call you, lots to say. You and our tribe were inseparable and from 6th grade on influenced each other positively so much starting when we were just kids. We shared so many firsts: first love of sports, first car, first advice on getting over high school heartbreak, first bench press contest, first eating jalapenos, first beer, first hangover, first watching you drink pickle juice (and enjoying it). Too many firsts and most memorable moments to list here. You were a great friend to me and many, funny as hell, super fast witted and we all knew you always had our back no matter what. Well played sir. Time for your next chapter and i hope you have eternal front row seats to Charlie Daniels band because you probably own those songs forever in everyone's mind who reads this. You were a great friend, great man and father. God Bless you Tim!

Jon Graff

July 31, 2020

Tim -

Onward and upward. I will remember your smile and infectious laugh forever.

Jon Graff

Leesha Dobbs

July 30, 2020

Tim, I miss our zany conversations on every subject under the sun. Love of the Broncos, fishing and all of the spaghetti dinners. Winter picnics, school rivalries. Christmas parties at Grandma and Grandpa Boom. I think you were closest to me in age but there were a group of us that were close. Those were good times! Wish we could have seen more of each other fishing and stuff here in AZ if you were here to visit. God Speed Tim!

Laura Jiron

July 30, 2020

Holly and family,

My heart goes out to you all for the loss of this loved one. May he Rest In Peace and May peace be with all of you in this terrible time of your lives. Hugs and prayers to the family.

Nickie Grout/Mason

July 30, 2020

Dear Cousin,
I have so many fond memories of Christmases, Sunday afternoon visits with your family (during Bronco games) and playing with my cousins. You were and Dick would usually end up sitting in the car for teasing me and your sisters! I will miss your beautiful, deep, voice. I will miss your opinions, sarcasm and great sense of humor. You have joined all of the great Grout men and I can only imagine the fabulous reunion that will be! RIP Tim, your troubles have fallen away.

FROM THE FAMILY

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