June 21, 1992 ~ August 7, 2019

Born in: Littleton, Colorado
Resided in: Thornton, Colorado

Bailey Alan Tucker, 27, died in Boulder Canyon on Wednesday, August 7th, 2019.

Born on June 21st, 1992, in Littleton, CO, Bailey spent the first 14 years of his life in Aurora, CO. It was there that he filled the roles of son, grandson, and big brother. Bailey was a lifelong member of the American Motorcycle Association and the Rocky Mountain Trials Association. His love and talents led him to the AMA/NATC High School National Championship in 2006, as well as countless other motorcycling accomplishments. When Bailey wasn’t on the bike, he almost always had a fishing pole in his hand. Whether it was a lake or a river, Bailey took every opportunity to cast a line.

Upon the death of his grandfather, Cliff Tucker, in 2007, Bailey moved from Aurora to Cotopaxi, CO to live with his grandmother, Marceil Tucker. It was here that he continued to ride, fish, and explore his love for the outdoors. He attended Cotopaxi Consolidated Schools, where he graduated as Valedictorian in 2010. Bailey received a full scholarship from the Daniels Fund and attended the Colorado School of Mines. He attended the Cotopaxi Community Church for 12 years and was a proud member of the Republican party. His passion for working with his hands steered him towards his career in the trades. In 2016, Bailey founded the successful B&B Construction Company, allowing him to pursue his love of building and creating new things on a daily basis. At the time of his passing, Bailey was living in Thornton, CO. On August 1st, 2019, Bailey married his highschool sweetheart, Shelby.

In addition to his wife, Shelby Tucker, Bailey is survived by his parents, Sherri and Todd Tucker; brother, Alex Tucker; sister, Grace Tucker; grandmother, Marceil Tucker; grandparents, Jerome and Linda Scharbach; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Bailey was preceded in death by his grandfather, Cliff Tucker.

Services will be held at 1:30 pm on Wednesday, August 14th, at Horan and McConaty, 11150 E. Dartmouth Ave. Aurora, CO 80014. Reception will immediately follow. Bailey will be laid to rest at the Cotopaxi Cemetery at 1:30 pm on Thursday August 15th. A reception will be held at the Cotopaxi Community Church following the burial.

Please leave a comment as condolence for Bailey’s family.

Services

Celebration of Life: August 14, 2019 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Horan & McConaty - SE Denver/Aurora
11150 E. Dartmouth Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014


Room: Horan & McConaty Family Chapel

Reception: August 14, 2019 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - SE Denver/Aurora
11150 E. Dartmouth Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014


Room: HeartLight Center

Graveside Service: August 15, 2019 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Cotopaxi Cemetery
Country Road 12
Cotopaxi, CO 81233


Reception: August 14, 2019 2:30 pm

Cotopaxi Community Church
20326 US-50
Cotopaxi, CO 81233

(719) 942-4185

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  1. You were so funny when we meet up at the word round in az. Will be for ever in my heart. Loved to watch you ride. And be around… was so fun.

  2. Growing up with you as pretty much my big brother was amazing. You will be dearly missed by everyone who’s lives you touched. Much love Bailey!!!

  3. Bailey… you were always awesome, one of the best guys to ride with, heck to talk with, you, your Family are like my own. the last couple days have been flooded with good memories of you. I know… that you are rocking this awesome epic adventure. love to you… love to your Family… till we meet again… feet up and keep the sections ready..

  4. You were so much fun to be around and were such a great role model. I will never forget riding with you, and that signature laugh when I would crash trying to ride your line. I am truly going to miss you my friend.

  5. Uncle Tom and I are so saddened to hear about Bailey. We were fortunate to have spent spent some time with him when he stayed with your grandma. He will be missed by many. Sarah Willard and Tom Tucker

  6. Bailey,
    I am so privileged to have known you. When I would see you, it was always like no time had passed. I enjoyed spending time around you and of course watching you ride. You’ll will be greatly missed, you were such a great role model and positive person. Forever in my thoughts.

  7. Bailey, you were ready. You loved life. You loved your family. You love God. It’s us that were not ready. Not ready for you to go. Our hearts are breaking for our loss but not for your gain. You are watching over your family and the love of your life from heaven. I hope there’s a kick-ass track you and Cliff are making up there together because I know a lot of souls that will want to ride it when they come home! Enjoy Heaven Bailey! We will all see you again someday ❤

  8. it still doesn’t feel real. i’ll always play the wooden guitar and think of you. you touched so many peoples hearts. words will never begin to explain the devastation that is occurring with your loss. rest in paradise friend.

  9. Shelly/Todd. Shelly, Cindy and Joe were the two people you met at Aurora Reservoir today. The Lord blessed us with your presence, we are so grateful to meet you. We will pray for Bailey, you and the family. Hang in there and hope to see you soon. If you guys need anything, please send me a email. Peace be with you!

  10. Bailey,
    Thank you for being so kind to me as I got to know all of you & the entire Trials family.
    You have touched so many lives with your beautiful soul as evidenced by the outpouring of storis, memories and broken hearts at news of your passing.
    Prayers for your family. May the Joyous memories of you give them strength through the agony of going on without you. ♥️

  11. Bailey, you will be so missed. I will never forget when we worked together with Justin at Turning Point Ranch. You lit up the whole ranch with your happiness and great stories. You were the kindest person and we all loved you so much. Prayers to your family and you will always be in my thoughts!

  12. Bailey, even though it was 19 years ago that you were a student in my third grade class, I have very fond memories of you and your family. Your smile was infectious and always lifted my spirits. Heaven is now a better place and may you rest in peace! You will be missed!

    Craig Schell

  13. Bailey, you were an easy friend right off the bat and you and Shelbys love for one another was classic and timeless. Your big heart and kind presence is still a rarity in this world. Thank you for the small amount of time I did have to interact with you here… Til the next time we meet. Love and peace for you and your family.
    -Steve

  14. Life is a moment in time on this earth – a moment to be loved, to be cherished, and held in our hearts forever. Bailey will always be loved, cherished, and forever remembered in our hearts.

  15. The trials club to the south of you will be thinking and praying for the entire Tucker family.

    Hammer

  16. The world is gonna miss you Bailey. I only crossed paths with you briefly in the trials club but you left an immediate and positive impression on my life. You taught me that you could be very talented and very nice to the people around you; a rare combo in today’s world, but you had it. I’ll always remember that.

  17. Todd, Sherri, Grandma, Alex & Grace,
    Great memories of Bailey continue to flood my thoughts. What a blessing he was to all of us! There wasn’t a stranger he ever met that didn’t become a friend by the time the conversations were over. Bailey could light up any place with his smile, laughter, love, kindness and great stories – great traits learned from a wonderful family!! I’m so glad that my life was blessed by Bailey Tucker! My prayers are with all of you.

  18. What an amazing young man! Those were the words I said many a time after spending time with you at the trials events. Our family has been blessed for having had you in our lives. You and your family mean so much to us. I know in my heart you are with Cliff and will be wathcing over us all.

  19. The world has lost a great human being as I have known you since a small child running around on a motorcycle. Your smile and excitement in life is what I remember and will cherish
    Forever. RIP

  20. Sending our condolences to you. We are so sorry for your loss. May God wrap his loving arms around you and give you comfort and peace.

  21. Marty…so sorry for your loss. It has been so long time since we have seen each other but I have thought of you often. I pray that GOD will give you and your family Grace to endure the passing of your grandson.
    Love and hugs
    Elaine Hunter Moore

  22. So many memories as I watched you grow from a little boy to a handsome young man. Every time it snows I will see you shoveling the snow from our front yard to the street, so you could create jump rumps in the winter. In my head I will always hear “Hey Maria, how’s it going?” My heart aches for the life you will not have with your young bride. You will truly be missed. Love always, Maria and Paul Gius

  23. Shelby…….my heart truly goes out to you. I know your heart is breaking and it’s going to take some time to heal……. Let Jesus cover you with His love and peace. I love you!! 970-308-3705

  24. We are so sorry to hear of Bailey s passing . Bailey was a awesome young man from a great family.
    You have been in our thoughts and prayers since the day we heard . Bailey keep your feet up and RIP
    Riding in Paradise

  25. Bailey,
    As a father I want to thank you for being a positive role model for my kids.
    As a friend and fellow rider it has been a privilege watching you grow from a boy to a young man.
    The image of you in my head for the last week is of your smiling as you turning away and head up to section 11 with Cliff right behind you as you’re minder.
    When my day comes to head up to section 11, I will be looking for you to point out the fun and coolest line.
    Peace my friend.

  26. Our deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Bailey touched many lives, he always had a smile on his face and a kind word for everyone. May your memories and his love give you comfort. Sending our love, Evelyn and Ed

  27. Bailey,
    We were just at your family’s property last month at the MWVTA event and we got to see you ride. Ben and I will always cherish that moment with you and your wonderful family. God bless you and your family.

    Ben & Barry Brewster

  28. Sending our heartfelt healing prayers to this entire wonderful family during this time of sorrow! The joy filled smile of Bailey is something all who met him will cherish. He spread happiness everywhere and we were lucky to have experienced him in our lives. Many Many memories on Tucker Mountain as we referred to it in Cotopaxi!

    Always on our minds
    Forever in our hearts!

    God Bless,
    The Gardner’s
    Scott, Paula, Zach and Megan

  29. we have lost an awesome guy , bailey you are going to be missed for ever, your talents and true friendships are fantastic, my thoughts and prayers are with the tucker family may heaven be blessed with your presence RIP Bailey and ride on forever

  30. I LOVE you Nephew! Ride happy and free, fish forever and watch over all of us! Keep sending us signs to let us know your ok and don’t forget to visit occasionally! Rest easy Until we meet again!

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