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Dennis Ginther

Dennis Ray Ginther

Tuesday, May 4th, 1948 - Saturday, March 20th, 2021
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Dennis R. Ginther, 72, of Greeley, CO passed away peacefully on March 20, 2021 surrounded by his loved ones. He was born to Raymond and Lydia (Keil) Ginther on May 4th, 1948 in Sterling, CO.

Dennis was a devoted father and grandpa who loved spending time with his grandkids. Dennis enjoyed nights out with his children and former wife, Kerri Brewer, listening to music and dancing. Dennis and Kerri maintained a deep and yet comical relationship with one another up to his passing. Dennis was a true lover of Oldies and Country music. He was a great craftsman, most known to many for building fishing pole holders, though his talent and skills carried far beyond those. He cherished his cherry red 1959 Chevy El Camino that was passed to him by his father, which he later restored to extraordinary beauty.

Dennis was an avid fisherman who greatly enjoyed countless fishing trips up to Wyoming with family and friends. Dennis retired in 2015 after 15 years of employment with American Eagle Distribution, owned by Jerry Helgeson. Dennis was a great friend and neighbor who was always there to lend a helping hand or tool, or pull a prank or two. His humor and shenanigans were endless fun and entertainment to all those around him. He was cared about and loved by so many. He will be greatly missed.

Dennis is survived by his children Brian (Kimberly) Ginther of Firestone, Brandi Snell of Greeley, four grandchildren and one step-grandchild. Eva and Rebekah Ginther of Firestone, Brenna and Talan Snell of Greeley, London of Firestone and long-time special friend and confidant Kerri Brewer of Platteville.

He was preceded in death by both parents and his sister Julia.

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Jeanne Iverson

Posted at 02:32pm
Brandi and Brian, I will never forget Dennis and the Ginther clan and all the years of fun we had on the farm. Dennis was my dear friend for over 25 years and used to bring you to the farm when you were youngsters and we were living in the Airstream. Dennis helped us roast the pig for my 40th birthday in 1996. We stayed up most of the night trying to get that pig to stay on the spit then get it cooked in time for the party. We laughed all night. There were many 4th of July gatherings where we blew off fireworks together. Dennis was such a big part of my life for so many years and I will think of him often and fondly. Every Easter I will think of him and the pretty blue vase filled with daisies that he surprised me with one year long ago. He was always full of surprises! How handsome he looked when he was dressed up in his cowboy hat, boots and crisply pressed shirt and jeans! Even when Dennis wasn't feeling well, we would still end up laughing, shooting the breeze, him smoking cigs and drinking crown and coke for medicinal purposes. He lived life on his own terms and always with love in his heart for his family and friends. Thank you for everything Dennis, one of a kind, fun-loving, generous and true friend. Sending prayers and best wishes your way Brandi and Brian and family. My thoughts are with you. Jeanne Iverson
 

Brandi Jo Posted at 08:56pm

Thank you so much Jeanne, it means the world.to me. I remember that year with the pig roast and tiuntried to get me to eat the tail and I just ran like the wind haha. Those years out on the farm, always treating me and my kids like family has always meant the world to me and still does. We miss it. Especially Talan. He loved when Dad took him out there and he could go ride around. We are forever grate for those times. Thank you for your kind words and wonderful memories.
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Jeff Masters

Posted at 11:50am
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Jeannie

Posted at 09:29am
This was his senior picture from the 1966 Greeley West High School. However, we were classmates in earlier years before the Central-West Schools split
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Jeannie

Posted at 09:28am
This was his senior picture from the 1966 Greeley West High School. However, we were classmates in earlier years before the Central-West Schools split
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Jeannie

Posted at 09:27am
This was his senior picture from the 1966 Greeley West High School. However, we were classmates in earlier years before the Central-West Schools split
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