Addison Charles Waite

June 17th, 1962April 1st, 2017

Addison Waite passed away suddenly at his home on Saturday April 1st.

He was born June 17th , 1962, in Morristown NJ. Addie’s family later moved to Winter Park, Florida where he spent much of his life.

Always physically active, he was an avid skateboarder and enjoyed gymnastics, weightlifting and other sports. He graduated from Winter Park High School in 1980, and later received a degree in Business Law from the University of Central Florida.

He worked in his family business in the citrus industry. Addie later moved to Colorado, and became a respected part of the Nederland Community, while volunteering and participating in many local festivals.

He had an active social life and his outgoing personality made many friends, who all will miss him dearly.

A celebration of his life will be held in June.

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A Graveside Service Will Be Held On Friday, April 14, 2017, at 11:00 AM At The Green Mountain Cemetery In Boulder.








My heart is sad but, full for having Addison walk into my life. I've known him since our days in Lakemont Elementary School. Always had his infectious smile to make your day!!! My sincerest condolences go out to all of his family & friends - he touched so many. Me ka hali `a aloha, A hui hou! Annie
Wanted to come see ya and this wonderful new world you had found. Got busy, got lost and now I’ll have to wait a little longer. I was so glad that you found a place where you were happy and found new loves, friends and a great view. My deepest condolences to all of Rads friends and family, I share your sadness and tear up every time I remember what his absence means. Lou
Addy was a kindred spirit and good friend who loved life. We shared the same love for stupid movies and even stupider movie quotes. I enjoyed the time we spent together whether it be disk golf, hiking or just hanging around. I thought it to be much more appropriate he be taken out by a mountain lion or a moose, but instead, taken out by blood clot, what a bummer. Anyways, you are always in my thoughts and will be missed. Frank Stape
My brother Addy, as it’s happened over the past few decades, we could go a year or two and not talk, but the minute we did it was like there was no distance between us. There was never a truer friend and I will hold our friendship with me forever. Hearing this news is devastating and it’s so hard to process that you’ve gone for a year and I had no idea. Only now realizing my attempts to reach you will not be answered in this life, I pray that I will find my dear friend in the next.