Kurt Robert Holzkamp

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He is survived by his children Ray, Reese and Rielle, his parents, Dorothy and Ray, his siblings Dean, Lauren, Sheri, Gayle and David, his sisters- and brothers-in-law Kelly, Brad, Bret, and Mary, along with hundreds of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. 

Services will be held Friday, March 1 with a rosary at 10:00 and a funeral mass at 10:30 a.m. at Light of the World Catholic Church located at 10316 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80127 with a reception immediately after at the church. Friends and family are invited to sign Kurt’s guest book and share memories and/or photos here on Kurt's page.

In lieu of flowers, donations are encouraged to create a college fund for Kurt’s minor children Reese and Rielle. Donations can be mailed to or given in person to the children’s mother, Angela Holzkamp, or by going to any Wells Fargo Bank branch with checks made out to “Reese and Rielle’s Rainbow Donation Fund.” Checks can also be mailed to “Reese and Rielle’s Rainbow Donation Fund,” 350 SW Jefferson St., Floor 4, Portland, OR, 97201-5822. 


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  1. An old High School Era Story…..one of many!

    Kurt was called into emergency Santa Claus Duty at our Family Christmas Eve event that my Mom hosted every year. After some
    coaxing I got him dressed up as Santa to greet the young McConnellogue kids. Upon his arrival as Santa my mom asked him to sing some Xmas carols with the anxious McConnellogue Kids. He was unprepared but wholeheartedly obliged and quickly led the kids in a rousing chorus of “Take me out the Ball Game”!! Go Cubs! RIP My Friend!

  2. I always thought of him every St Patrick's Day because when we were in high school,  he received a singing telegram from a leprechaun during our lunch period! Why I remember that after 37 years, I'm not sure…  🙂 He was such a great guy and left us way too soon.  My prayers to his whole entire family.  

  3. I went to High School with Kurt and graduated in 1984 from Bear Creek. Kurt always had a smile on his face and will never be forgotten. R.I.P. Kurt until we meet again.

  4. My heartfelt condolences to Kurt's family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Your entire family was an important part of my high school and college years. Kurt was a typical "little brother" but always a good guy. My love, thoughts and prayers for your family.

  5. So sad to hear this.  I knew Kurt from Regis.  It was always fun seeing him play goalie for the Rangers.  Gone too soon – RIP

  6. Thoughts and prayers go out to the Holzkamp family.  While Kurt is gone far too soon, thankfully the good memories left behind are eternal.

    I, too, was a friend growing up with Kurt from elementary through high school.  Fond memories of having his brother, Dean, as our t-ball coach, his dad, Ray, and my dad coaching baseball together and our friendship will bring a smile to my face whenever they come up.  Kurt made a lasting impression on me even as a kid. 

    Rest pleasantly, my old friend.

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