Amber Elaine Kauble

November 25, 1978July 18, 2021

Amber Elaine (Graves) Kauble, 42 years of age, passed away on Sunday, July 18th in Lakewood, Colorado.

Amber was the first-born child to Edward and Robin Graves, born 11/25/1978, at Lemoore Naval Air Station in California, where her father was stationed. After her first year of life, they moved to Logan, Utah, where they stayed for two years. Then they moved to Whidbey Island, Washington and stayed there until she was five. At that point, they moved to Colorado, where they made their final home. Throughout those moves, Amber became big sister to four sisters and a brother.

When she was eight, she was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She participated in Girl Scouts from childhood throughout high school. She was a member of Honors Orchestra and played the violin for the Colorado Youth Symphony Orchestra. She enjoyed playing softball and was a cheerleader for the little league football team.

Amber’s greatest pride and joy was her family. After dating Dave Kauble for 3 years, they married in May of 2004. She was excited to become a Mother in January 2007 to Jack Davidson Kauble, and again in May of 2008 to her daughter, Amee Elaine Kauble. She was incredibly proud of her children and enjoyed being involved in their school and sports and spent time as both President and Treasurer of the school’s PTCO. Her family loved traveling, exploring, hiking and camping together, playing card games, and creating art.

Amber showered her friends and family with unwavering love, support and compassion, and never hesitated to help, without judgement, whenever there was a need. She felt that every soul was important and listened intently to every story. The love for her nieces and nephews knew no bounds, and they all loved her dearly.

Music and dancing were some of Amber’s favorites, and she spent as much time as she could hiking and enjoying nature. She was an avid reader, and she had an incredible green thumb and treasured her plants. She loved cooking and trying new recipes and enjoyed sharing new creations and techniques. Her curiosity and zest for life kept her learning every day. She exemplified a life well-lived. Amber is survived by her husband, Dave Kauble, and her two children, Jack (14) and Amee (13). She is also survived by her parents, Edward and Robin Graves, and siblings, Beth Arsenault (Aaron), Jenny Graves, Sandy Later (Clint), Todd Graves (Angela), and Cambria Graves. In addition to her immediate family, she is survived by eleven nieces and nephews, with one on the way, as well as Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, and many friends.

In lieu of flowers: Amber spent several years working with women who were victims of domestic violence, and as that cause was important to her, donations in lieu of flowers can be made to: She also cared for her both her Mother-in-law and Grandparents battling Alzheimer’s. The cause was near and dear to her heart, so donations can also be made in her honor to: Lastly, donations can be made in her honor to:

A memorial service for Amber will be held Tuesday, July 27, 2021 at 10:00 AM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 3101 S Flanders St., Aurora, CO 80013.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Kauble family.


27 July

Memorial Service

10:00 am

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

3101 S Flanders St.
Aurora, CO 80013


Amber Elaine Kauble

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Kayla and Monica Cote

July 27, 2021

We are going to miss Amber so much. She was an amazing person with an absolutely beautiful heart. To Dave, Amee, Jack and the rest of the family our hearts go out to you in this time. We love you all very much.

Phaedra Snyder

July 27, 2021

I keep the Kauble's close to my heart. They're my family even if we're not blood related. I love them all, so much. Everyones so sweet and welcoming. I miss Amber every day, she was definitely my bonus mom.
In April 2020, Amee, Amber and I went to a cemetary and I definitely caught a good photo, it's by far my favorite and I felt I should share it.

Mike Melaragno

July 26, 2021

Dave so sorry to hear about Amber.
Way to early for her to go.
I lit a candle at our church for her
She is in a good place now


Michelle Oberle

July 24, 2021

I feel so thankful to have had the opportunity to meet Amber, though we only recently became acquainted. I enjoyed her stories and genuine positive outlook on life. I give my deepest sympathies to her family, as she was taken too soon from this world.

Jennifer Hakes

July 24, 2021

Amber was a fun person to work with a County Line Mcdonald's. She always had a great big smile on her face. Sorry to her family for their great loss.

Barbara Petersen

July 22, 2021

I knew Amber through school PTCO functions in which we both shared our love for the children. She and I were quite often serving in ways that the schools were not accustomed to. One of these occasions was to serve the teachers special treats during teacher appreciation. She and I found a great bond through these services. I will miss you Amber!

Derek Williams

July 22, 2021

Dave and family. I’m so sorry for your loss, the news came as quite a shock. I hope that things are going well for you and your two children. If there is anything that I can do, let me know. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Derek Williams