Robert "Bob" Matteson

October 10th, 1942November 29th, 2022

 Robert Matteson, 80, from Louisville Colorado joined the lord on November 29, 2022. He was born October 10, 1942, in Morris IL to Glenn and Effie Matteson. They moved to Colorado where Glenn opened a Barber Shop in Basemar shopping center in Boulder, where Robert worked at. Robert married his beloved wife Jean on April 7, 1967. Where she was a beautician a couple doors down. Robert, (often referred to as Bob or just Dad) was an extremely talented machinist and worked for Rocky Flats (where he gained two apprenticeships), Continental Airlines and proudly worked side by side with his son Todd at Machine Works until his last days. Robert loved his family, traveling, cars, and creating new things. There isn’t an item in his family's homes or cars that was handcrafted with love from Robert. Robert was a kind, patient and loving man that was loved unconditionally by his family. He loved to travel with his family, it gave him great joy. He was a fighter that defeated the odds time and time again with a will and love of life. Robert is preceded in death by his parents and his brother (Jerry Matteson). Robert is survived by his adoring wife of 55 years, Jean Matteson. Also by his children, Todd and Amanda Matteson of Louisville CO and Terri and Wesley Ellerington of Louisville CO. His grandchildren, Taylor Matteson, Caden Ellerington, Jordan Ellerington and Trevor Matteson. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, December 14th at 10am at Ascent Community Church, 550 S. McCaslin Blvd, Louisville, CO. Robert will be laid to rest in the Louisville Cemetery and a reception will be held following the burial at the Ascent Church

Services

A service will be held on Wednesday, December 14th at 10am at Ascent Community Church, 550 S. McCaslin Blvd, Louisville, CO. Robert will be laid to rest in the Louisville Cemetery and a reception will be held following the burial at the Ascent Church

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Church

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Condolences

Sorry to hear this. Bob was a big part of my growing ip in Louisville. I will always appreciate Bob and Jean in my life. Love and prayers to your family.
What a wonderful photo and write-up of a wonderful man! We are so incredibly sorry to hear of Bob's passing and equally grateful to have had the honor of knowing him, growing up as his neighbors. Bob's warmth, laughter and hugs will forever be missed. Love and peace to you all as you navigate this difficult time around the holidays. ~ The Twins
Condolences. Will always remember you and your father, Glenn, from the picture of my first haircut. One can never have too many friends and it is always good to share, will miss you, all the best, Mark
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