Adolphe F. Levstik Chief Warrant Officer Four Retired, passed away at the age of 81 on April 27, 2023. He was born in Denver, CO and the Son of Adolph and Amelia Levstik. Adolphe was the eldest of four siblings.
Adolphe volunteered to join the United States Army at a very young age. After His Army enlistment He served full time in the Colorado National Guard. He excelled in all allocations of duty. Adolphe earned high levels of achievement and was the recipient of numerous Medals, Decorations, Badges, and Awards.
My Husband, Father and Grandfather was many things. But most of all He was a good man. He taught us to rise above challenges, be responsible, stand up to bullies, to live honestly, to reverse course when you are wrong, to never back down when you are right and let your actions determine who you are.
He taught us to be practical and gave us important wise words of wisdom from His heart when we were at the point of need. His strength and wisdom came from His deep heart.
He was an avid reader and stressed academics to all three of our children who have worked for and received high levels of academia in Medical, IT and IT Security.
We miss Him more than anything in our lives. His life was family and the Military. We have come together and are united as a family. We remember His Legacy because of His commitment and Love.
Survived by His beloved wife Louise Levstik of 60 years, His loving children Mark (Danielle) Levstik, David Levstik, Leisa (Michael) Schievelbein, and five adored grandchildren.
Visitation is Friday, May 12th at 4:30pm with Rosary to follow at 5:30pm at Horan & McConaty 7577 W. 80th Avenue, Arvada, CO with repast/reception to immediately follow.
Visitation to begin at 10:15am, followed by the Funeral Mass at 11:00am Monday, May 15th at Spirit of Christ Catholic Church, 7400 W. 80th Avenue Arvada, CO followed by funeral procession to Fort Logan National Cemetery for Military Honors at 1:15pm.