OBITUARY

Alan Lee Guillaudeu

December 14, 1953November 18, 2021

Alan Lee Guillaudeu, age 67 of Lakewood, Colorado, joined the dearly departed on November 18, 2021. He was born December 14, 1953, to Robert and Virginia Guillaudeu at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C., and had three siblings - David, Chris, and Candice. Alan graduated with a BSBA in Finance from the University of Denver in August 1975. While at the University of Denver, he met his future wife Louise Lorraine Montana while leading a mountain climbing trip. They were married on August 17, 1975. Together they had three sons, Scott, Steven, and Daniel.

Alan started his own CPA practice in September 1984 which he owned and managed until September 2020. The primary focus of his practice was to help his clients succeed. As a young man, Alan was active in the Boy Scouts of America and rose to the level of Eagle Scout, as his father had. He continued his involvement with the Boys Scouts with his sons, helping them each earn the rank of Eagle Scout. Alan served as Scoutmaster for their troop, which is a tradition carried on by Daniel.

Alan is survived by his wife Louise; three sons Scott (Sarah), Steven (Aimee), and Daniel (Jaclyn); grandchildren Joseph, Audrey, Mae, Jason, and Alexander; and siblings David, Chris (Laura), and Candice; and several nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donation in Alan’s honor to the Denver Area Council of Boy Scouts of America, to St. Jude Catholic Church in Lakewood, or to a charity of your choice.

At this time services are pending. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.advantagerunyan-stevenson.com for the Guillaudeu family.

Services

14 January

Memorial Mass Service

11:00 am

St. Jude Catholic Church


Memories

Alan Lee Guillaudeu

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Chuck Capeci

December 2, 2021

When we first met Alan several years ago I knew we would become good friends . The first time Alan visited our home he came in and checked what was cooking on the stove. He looked in each pot for a smell and then our visit could proceed. Halfway
through the visit he was the first to take a cat nap. He took the pressure of and I then followed his lead. After that visit I knew we would get along just fine. My friend you left us way to soon. However the memories you left us will last a lifetime. Rest In Peace!

Janine Guillen

November 30, 2021

To Lou and Family---
My deepest and heartfelt sympathy to you. Alan was a lot of fun to talk to -- especially when we shared views on "current events." It was my honor to know Alan and I will forever think of him fondly.

Sincerely and with thoughts and prayers for your grief to ease. May Alan's memories always keep you comforted,
Janine Guillen

Richard Leggett

November 24, 2021

Alan and Lou were among the friends who brought me into the circle of the Denver University Alpine Club. Alan brought a quiet love of the mountains and being amidst the peaks that made every trip special.

May he rest in peace and rise in glory.

Richard Leggett
Delta, British Columbia

Suanne Parro

November 23, 2021

The closest colleague I knew.
When I became terribly ill, he took over my practice and clients at no small inconvenience to himself and his business. Our professional relationship lasted over 20 years and was a joy from the start.
One of the best.
Wishing great strength to his family during this time.

Suanne

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