Thomas Everett Minson

March 29, 1935March 20, 2020

Thomas E. Minson, 84 (born March 29, 1935 in Colorado Springs, CO), passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side March 20, 2020. He is survived by his loving wife of 67 years Ruth Minson, son Steve Minson (Lora), daughter Cindy Goure (Steve), son-in-law Gerald Boulse; grandchildren Terra Boulse-Archaro (Alex), Heather Forsythe (Bobby), Craig Boulse, Steven Minson, Stephanie Minson, Jessica Krall (Jake), Felicia Cover (Brian), Michael Colarelli, Stevey Bayes (Wylie), and Jessey Goure; great grandchildren Mykayla, Colton, JT, Amelia, Addison, Blake, Liam, and D’Angelo; sister Laura Irvin (Kenny); and many other family members. Tom was preceded in death by his beloved daughter Tommalee Boulse; parents John and Janie Bowser, father and mother-in-law Pete and Ida Boyd; and many other family members. He worked and retired from CF&I after 43 years of service as Superintendent of Materials Handling Dept. He was President of Minnequa University Club for many years. He loved to travel, camp, and fish with his family. Tom loved spending time with his family, going to Blue Mesa Reservoir, Cripple Creek, and Denver Bronco Games. Tom had the kindest of hearts and always saw the best in people. Tom always loved to have a good time, host Sunday dinners, and be surrounded by family and friends. Tom had many special friends throughout his life. He was a devoted and loving Husband, Dad, Grandpa, Son, Brother, Uncle, and a friend to everyone he ever met. He will be deeply missed by all. The family would like to express a special thank you to Dr. Laurence Berarducci and Tara Yoder with Pueblo Cardiology Associates and Jim Sajbel with Prescription Shop. Services postponed until further notice.


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Gerald Cvar

April 3, 2020

Our condolences to all the family, Tom was a great friend and a great boss who I worked very close with through the years. I know he will be greatly missed.
Jerry & RoseAnn Cvar