Timothy A. Gregoire

May 11, 1955July 10, 2018

Timothy A. Gregoire, 63, of Longmont, died July 10, 2018 at Longmont United Hospital. Cremation has been entrusted to Howe Mortuary and Cremation Services. No services are scheduled at this time.


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Deb Melani

August 11, 2018

Tim was such a patient and kind man. I’ll always remember him helping me with a project at work that was frustrating me. He was such a great teacher. At one point he said: Let’s take a break. And then he told me a story about how important the work we were doing was. He was so passionate about it, his story brought tears to my eyes.

Thanks to Tim, I also learned to play pool a LITTLE better and how to ice fish like a REAL Wisconsin native.

Tim became a dear friend when Chris and I were first married. He watched our boys grow up and was always so good to them, just like he was to everyone’s kids. He really had a knack with the little ones, and they all adored him. My boys still do. I will never forget when Tim told me not so long ago that Chris and I had done a great job raising our boys. Coming from such a good man, the compliment meant so much to me.

I will also never forget seeing Tim show up out of the blue to Ethan’s jazz concerts or Jordan’s football games even in high school. That’s just not something most people would do. But Tim was not most people.

I will also always remember how Tim and Deb ran the show at almost every work gathering we ever had over the last 30 years. Deb was the super organizer, and Tim was the world’s greatest host. He made every employee, every child, every spouse feel special and welcome. And he always made us laugh.

Tim was a really special person, an angel that God took too soon. I wish we could have him back. But I’m sure he has God laughing. We’ll miss you, Tim. And you are in our hearts, Deb.

Albert Delahaye

July 27, 2018

I was saddened when whe received the news from Tim.

i have known Tim in Belgium, he was always help-full, happy and nothing was to much for him, even when the job was done.

i will miss him.

my condolences to the family

Albert Delahaye

Paul Harrison

July 12, 2018

Wow...I am saddened by the loss. Though I haven't seen him in probably forty years, it seems like yesterday growing up on Sixth Street in Ashland. To me, he was always "Flim." That is said with respect and laughter. He always had a nice bike, a cash-flow paper route and a cool car. Always had technology and music, as he carried a portable 8-track player. I remember when his parents let him use the family car to go to the outdoor theater aka Triad. I even worked with him at A&P. He always had a smile and a joke. I am glad I grew up with him. He always treated me right. 👌

Bernice n julie Fuhrman

July 11, 2018

Dearest sweet Debbie

My condolences are with you at this time. It’s hard my mom is going through it to. I wanted to now I’m here for u anytime . I love u

Love always Bernie n julie Fuhrman

Washburn wi

Michael Kinney

July 11, 2018

Just being a great friend and classmate in Ashland, he was a great guy and will be dearly missed by all