OBITUARY

Taylor Bramwell

February 8, 1982August 6, 2018
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Taylor William Bramwell, age 36, passed away in his home on August 6th, 2018. As an extraordinary son, brother, uncle, cousin, friend, and adventurer, he is survived by his parents, Theresa Dampier and Trevor Bramwell, his older brother, Ryan Bramwell and his dogs, Luci and Luna. He is lovingly remembered by his parents, brother, grandparents, uncles, aunts, many cousins, and countless friends and family as a truly warm and caring soul.

Taylor was born on February 8th, 1982 in Aurora, CO. He attended Ponderosa High School and obtained his GED. He then enlisted into the Navy from 2000-04 on the LPD 9, U.S.S. Denver, San Diego, CA as an Electrical and Mechanical Repairman, working in the engine room and completed two tours via Westpac. During this time he traveled all over the world in places like Singapore, VietNam, Australia, Thailand, and the Middle East. He then graduated from Emily Griffith Opportunity School, completing the Powerplant and Airframe Curriculum, with high honors. He was an aviation technical writer and specialized in the safety maintenance parameters, which are strictly followed by all mechanics working on Flight For Life helicopters and aircraft at Air Methods, which contributes to the safety of everyone who travels the skies.

Taylor had a strong passion for the outdoors especially with his friends, aviation mechanics, renovating his home, dogs, fishing, hiking, and spending time with his family. He was a research expert in all manners of technical, spiritual and scientific exploration including mechanical engineering design, woodworking, motorcycling, and artistry to further his understanding of our world.

Taylor will be fondly remembered as a loyal and caring friend who was always instantly remembered by those he first met. He was known as the quiet one in the room that when he chose to speak, he would light up the room instantly with the perfect one-liner or quip. His smile alone could light up the darkest of nights. As a lover of The Rocky Mountains, Taylor could be found on top of any mountain peak, fishing hole or rock formation with his friends.

Taylor lost his battle with depression and anxiety. His decision to take his own life – a life of so much accomplishment and promise – was completely unexpected and shocked everyone who knew him. His love for his family and friends kept him going and unfortunately his illness overtook him. May there be a lesson for all of us with Taylor’s passing, and hug your family and loved ones tighter than ever. Rest in Peace, our beloved Taylor!

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, August 19, 2018
  • Reception Sunday, August 19, 2018
  • Committal Service Monday, August 20, 2018
  • Committal Service Monday, August 20, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Roxane Homan

August 20, 2018

I am so sorry to hear such sad news. I worked with Taylor at Air Methods when we started a software conversion for the documentation. Despite the challenging transition, he was always accommodating and willing to help when I tried to research issues. I enjoyed his sense of humor and appreciated his inclusion of an occasional curse or two without stopping to apologize about our “delicate ladies’ ears.” I will miss that cheekiness, and his kind soul and dimpled smile. Please know that others who understand your journey are keeping you in our thoughts and hoping that might provide some comfort.

Michael H. Prather Prather

August 11, 2018

Taylor
Here is to you my brother. you live in peace and in our hearts my friend. you have a loving family and many others who miss you and care.

The pain has left with the angels now. You were a quiet one enjoying a beer and always inspiring by you smile.

The ones who are left on this long journey will remember all the funny, serious, party times, we all had with you. We love you and the world is less today as we let go of one of our brothers.

Peace and love, Buddy and Jill

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Biography

Taylor William Bramwell, age 36, passed away in his home on August 6th, 2018. As an
extraordinary son, brother, uncle, cousin, friend, and adventurer, he is survived by his parents,
Theresa Dampier and Trevor Bramwell, his older brother, Ryan Bramwell and his dogs, Luci
and Luna. He is lovingly remembered by his parents, brother, grandparents, uncles, aunts,
many cousins, and countless friends and family as a truly warm and caring soul.

Taylor was born on February 8th, 1982 in Aurora, CO. He attended Ponderosa High School and
obtained his GED. He then enlisted into the Navy from 2000-04 on the LPD 9, U.S.S. Denver,
San DIego, CA as an Electrical and Mechanical Repairman, working in the engine room and
completed two tours via Westpac. During this time he traveled all over the world in places like
Singapore, VietNam, Australia, Thailand, and the Middle East. He then graduated from Emily
Griffith Opportunity School, completing the Powerplant and Airframe Curriculum, with high
honors. He was an aviation technical writer and specialized in the safety maintenance
parameters, which are strictly followed by all mechanics working on Flight For Life helicopters
and aircraft at Air Methods, which contributes to the safety of everyone who travels the skies.

Taylor had a strong passion for the outdoors especially with his friends, aviation mechanics,
renovating his home, dogs, fishing, hiking, and spending time with his family. He was a research
expert in all manners of technical, spiritual and scientific exploration including mechanical
engineering design, woodworking, motorcycling, and artistry to further his understanding of our
world.

Taylor will be fondly remembered as a loyal and caring friend who was always instantly
remembered by those he first met. He was known as the quiet one in the room that when he
chose to speak, he would light up the room instantly with the perfect one-liner or quip. His smile
alone could light up the darkest of nights. As a lover of The Rocky Mountains, Taylor could be
found on top of any mountain peak, fishing hole or rock formation with his friends.

Taylor lost his battle with depression and anxiety. His decision to take his own life – a life of so
much accomplishment and promise – was completely unexpected and shocked everyone
who knew him. His love for his family and friends kept him going and unfortunately his
illness overtook him. May there be a lesson for all of us with Taylor’s passing, and hug your
family and loved ones tighter than ever.
Rest in Peace, our beloved Taylor!