June 10, 1947 ~ June 16, 2020

Born in: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Resided in: Denver, Colorado

Kent Iverson was born on June 10, 1947 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to Carrol and Mary Iverson. He lived his early years in Bloomington, Minnesota before moving to the Denver, Colorado area. He attended Laradon Hall for several years and was known to be a hard worker!

In more recent years he has enjoyed bowling, going to the movies and Rockies baseball. He enjoyed his Rockies baseball cards and had quite a collection of baseball hats! He had a great smile and was loved by friends and family.

Kent touched the lives of the staff at Bethesda Lutheran, Sample Supports and Continuum of Care Colorado.  He most recently lived in a group home with Masnur and Alex and was having wonderful experiences traveling around the country with his house mates Sharon and James.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister, Pam Eyler, and cousin Sharon Partridge. He is survived by cousins Bob Iverson, Tom Iverson, and Kathy Morris (MN), Marilyn Hudson (OR), Kirk Richards (SC), Dawn Woofter and Keith Richards (AR), Sandy Van Tassel (CO) and other relatives and loving friends too numerous to mention.

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  1. I have lovely memories from childhood of getting together with our cousins Kent and his sister Pam. We gathered in Minneapolis as well as Colorado. We have some great family photos of picnicking together in the Colorado Rockies. And as a family we all remember his little dog Jigs! More recently I’ve had the pleasure of getting beaten by Kent at bowling and shopping at the mall for one of his beloved baseball caps! We love you Kent and will miss you dearly.

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  2. Kent, “Blue eyes”, was always ready to show his favorite Rockies purchase whether it was a hat, baseball card, shirt, or jacket. He was the Rockies biggest fan and now he will be able to cheer from Heaven.

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  3. Kent will be dearly missed by all his friends and staff members at Continuum of Colorado day programs. Kent was a shining light in all our lives and always made us laugh! He loved to watch Rockies recaps every week, show off his new outfit he got over the weekend, and enjoying the sunshine outside. He handsome smile and baby blue eyes will be remembered forever in our hearts. Our hearts go out to his family and his host home family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for letting us all get to know such an amazing man!

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  4. I first met Kent back in 2014 when I came to work for Bethesda (previously Good Shepherd). Kent was a valuable part of my career path and choice to follow a future in human services. I have so many great memories with him and our old “buddies” Jimmy and Sam. We went to Rockies games and had many fun adventures together, which I’ll never forget. I’m fortunate to have been able to see Kent fairly recently at an event with Masnur and Alex and chat with him about the times in our past.

    I’m forever grateful for the experiences you provided me, Kent. You’ll be so greatly missed.
    Your Buddy,
    Chad

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  5. I first met Kent last August when I started working for Continuum. He was the one person who would remember any Rockies recap and would share his love for baseball with his fan gear! He was always so funny and had the best blue eyes in the world. Kent would always come find staff and show off his Rockies or Broncos hat and share his excitement with you. The last thing I remember was sitting down with him and he broke out the baseball cards and was showing me his favorites. Kent will forever be in my heart and the hearts of many others and he will be missed dearly.

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  6. Kent, You were one of the “Guys” at day program, thank you for always wanting to watch the weekend sports highlights and wanting Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue,” for karaoke time, you friend always, Randy

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