Theodore "Ted" Stauffer

January 31st, 1939May 12th, 2018

Broomfield, Colorado resident Ted Stauffer died peacefully at his home with his family at his side on Saturday, May 12, 2018. He was 79.

Ted grew up in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. After graduating high school in1957 he joined the United States Air Force. He served our great country for several years and was honorably discharged in 1968.

He then moved to Colorado to follow the housing boom, where he sharpened his skills and became one of Longmont and Broomfield’s most respected and talented custom home builders.

He started his own business, T.L. Stauffer Construction Company in the mid 80’s. Never sitting idle and loving what he did, he continued his craft through February 2018.

When Ted wasn’t working, he also enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and fellowship at Flatirons Community Church in Lafayette.

Preceding Ted in death were his parents, and his wife Dee.

Surviving family members include his daughter Kathy, 2 grandsons, his brother Carl, 2 nephews, a great-nephew and great-niece.

There will be a visitation with the family starting at 9:00 AM, Friday, May 18 at Flatirons Community Church in Lafayette, CO, with a Celebration of Life immediately following at 10:00 AM.

Ted will be laid to rest at 1:00 PM, at Foothills Gardens of Memory, Longmont, CO, with Military Honors provided by the United States Air Force, and the Longmont American Legion Post #32 Honor Guard.

Friends may share condolences online with the family at www.darrellhowemortuary.com

Services

There will be a visitation with the family starting at 9:00 AM, Friday, May 18 at Flatirons Community Church in Lafayette, CO, with a Celebration of Life immediately following at 10:00 AM.

Ted will be laid to rest at 1:00 PM, at Foothills Gardens of Memory, Longmont, CO, with Military Honors provided by the United States Air Force, and the Longmont American Legion Post #32 Honor Guard.

Cemetery

Foothills Garden of Memories, Longmont | Map

Location

None

Church

Flatirons Community Church, Lafayette | Map

Condolences

Sorry for your loss Kathy I will always miss my uncle you were always there for him I am glad for that you will be getting a card in the mail from us