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Thomas Holmgren

October 5, 1971 — April 10, 2024

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Thomas Anthony Holmgren, 52, of Littleton, CO, a beloved husband, son and brother, on April 10, 2024. Born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, Tom was the youngest of six children, a devoted son of Roy and Mary Ann and a cherished brother to his five older siblings; Mary Liz, Shelly (Jon) Haich, Mark, Michael and Tim (Jeanne).

 

In August of 2023, Tom was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a battle he faced with courage and grace. Despite the challenges he encountered, his spirit remained unbroken, and he continued to inspire those around him with his unwavering strength and resilience.

 

Throughout his journey, Tom was blessed to have the unwavering support and love of his devoted wife, Julie, who stood by his side through every trial and triumph, caring for him with immeasurable love and compassion in his final months.

 

Tom brought joy and laughter wherever he went.  Among his many passions, Tom found solace and joy on the golf course. The greens were his sanctuary, where he honed his skills and cultivated lasting friendships. His love for the game was evident to all who knew him.

 

Leaving behind a legacy of love and kindness that will be forever cherished, Tom is survived by his father, Roy, his wife, Julie, and his five siblings, along with many nieces, nephews,  relatives and friends who mourn his passing. His spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved him. Tom is preceded in death by his mother, Mary Ann. 

 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the ALS United Rocky Mountain Chapter or the ALS Association in Tom's memory, to support ongoing research and care for those battling this devastating disease.

 

A celebration of Tom's life will be held at a later date TBD, where friends and family will gather to honor and remember the beautiful soul that touched so many lives. May he rest in eternal peace, knowing that he was deeply loved and will be profoundly missed.

 

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