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Charles Edward Taddicken

December 6, 1939October 25, 2020

CHARLES TADDICKEN, Passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, October 25, 2020, at age 81. He is survived by his wife Kellie, his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

There will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 415 Peterson St., Fort Collins, Colorado, 80524.

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Leanne Hall

November 19, 2020

My dad was my rock and superhero. I will miss his vast knowledge, talents, love, support, his huge hugs and our special phrases. I am so much of my dad and get to be reminded of him always. Special thanks to Mom/Kellie for accepting me to your family and caring for Dad during his health struggles.
I miss you Dad!

Alice Ransom

November 15, 2020

I send my sincere sympathy to you all, Kellie, Dennis, Mark, Allen, Leanne, Alan, Tina and Troy. I know you will miss Chuck, especially you Kellie who has without doubt loved and taken loving care of him. He was a man of many talents with a lot learned from his father and was faithful to his loving mother to the very end. We will all meet again someday. May he rest in peace.

Brian Ransom

November 15, 2020

R.I.P. Uncle Charles

Rex Ransom

November 15, 2020

Uncle Chuck, we on the east coast, Alice, Brian myself and our families will certainly miss you. You were a loving son to grandma and a great father. Please give grandma and grandpa a big hug. May you rest in peace.

Alan Woodhams

November 11, 2020

Chuck was one of those men who you could ask any question on any subject and if he didn't know, he would go out of his way to find you an answer. If you couldn't find a tool or hard to find item; he most likely had two in his garage and would happily give you both. If he couldn't fix it or rebuild it, no one could. In him we've all lost more than just a husband, father, or grandfather. We've lost the type of man that this world needs more of.
You will be missed.

mark taddicken

November 9, 2020

I will dearly miss him i liked the way he looked up to what i could do and seamed to be imprest with the work i was doing . and thank you kelly if it wasnt for u none of us kids would have spent the time we had with him. ilove you dad sleep well.

Fred & Myrna Lloyd

November 6, 2020

We will carry the memories with us until our journey here on earth ends and we meet once again. We know you will be with us always. We will feel your warmth and hear your laughter everyday as lifes little reminders tug at our hearts. Then with each tear we shed we will once again give testimony to a love lost. Your journey has not ended but has only just begun. We were proud to call you our brother-in-law. Honored to share a part of your life. More importantly glad that your suffering has ended and you walk again with those that left before you. May God hold you and keep you safe. Until we meet again.
Myrna & Fred

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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