Timothy Lee Kohler

timothy kohler

Tim was the first son of Roland C. and Kay Kohler in Denver, Colorado. He was soon followed by a brother, Roland Raymond in 1954, another bother, Mark was added in 1955 and then James in 1958. He was preceded in death by his bother Roland R in 2002, and his father Roland C. in 2003.

He attended Englewood schools through the eleventh grade. He married Janet MaHaffey in 1970. Soon after that he entered the U.S. Army where he went through computer training and became a computer specialist for the service serving in several states until finally being based in Atlanta, Georgia where he was later honorably discharged and decided to remain there for the rest of his life. Tim worked in the computer division for two large banks in the Atlanta area.

Tim and Janet had two daughters; Jessi Leenet Riggs (Matt) and Alea Rae Moore (Scott). Tim and Janet were divorced in the eighty's and Tim continued to live in the family home until his death caused by liver cancer.

He is survived by his two daughters and five grandchildren; (Jessi's children)Wesley, Conner and Lily; (Alea's children) Rhea and Rhode. Tim is also survived his mother; Kay, his brothers; Mark and Jim; many aunts, uncles and cousins. The family would also like to acknowledge a very dear friend, Trina Hunter, who worked with Tim in the banking business, they remained friends throughout life and her family was very special and kind to him.

Tim's presence and laughter will be missed by all. We leave him in God's hand until that day when we will meet him again around God's throne.

Memorial services will be held at the Bullock Colonial Chapel on Thursday, June 17, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. with interment following at Fort Logan National Cemetery.

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  1. I met Tim via a poker site and he was the life and soul of the virtual tables; always a funny anecdote to share whilst the tables were filling. Then I went to Florida for a job interview and he was at the end of the phone with support tips on how to deal with american ways. We used to discuss how best to prune the rose or another climber around his trailer and how happy he was to get back in touch with his daughters whilst he was ill. I really thought someone would let me know when he was gone; we had a deal. Ok, I've found out this way.I hope you all know how much he loved you even when he wasn't in touch with you all.I have a photo of him, your mum and some of you in my pictures when he was rallying. Hope this ok with you,

    All the best,


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