December 5, 1955 ~ July 5, 2018

Born in: Alliance, Nebraska,
Resided in: Parker, Colorado

Paul “Marty” Bixler age 62 of Denver, CO passed away on July 5, 2018 peacefully at his home.

Marty was born in Alliance, NE on December 5, 1955 to Ted and Mary Bixler of Haysprings, NE. The family left Nebraska in 1963 with stops in Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota but they would eventually call Albuquerque, NM home. Marty attended Jr and Sr. High School in Albuquerque were he met many of his life long friends who would become like family.  He married Nancy Halsted in 1974 and they had two children, Jason and Kara.

Throughout the years he enjoyed many adventures with his family and friends on motorcycle rides, playing music, fishing and camping trips and of course the infamous trip to Memorial Stadium with the brothers to watch “BIG RED” Nebraska football.

Marty was talented in many trades, though he was one who worked to live, not lived to work. He would much rather be enjoying the simple pleasures of life, spending his time with loved ones or fishing.

Marty treasured the relationships and memories made along his journey and loved to share those stories any chance he got.

We will miss his sense of humor, his laugh, his companionship, his stories and his smile most of all.

He is Preceded in death by his parents Ted and Mary Bixler.

He is survived by his son Jason

( Audrey) Bixler, their children Grace, Andrew, Ian, and Zach.  Daughter Kara (Tyler) Edwards and their children Jacob, Ella and Trevyn.

Brothers Terry (Ann), Mike ( Carolyn ), and Joel Bixler. Nephews Jeff, Dean, George, Blake, and Cole Bixler.

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  1. What a great man! Was a blast to be on the pin heads bowling league.with!
    Loved the way Marty looked and lived life. True to himself and family. What great memories he made in his lifetime. Always smiling!
    You’ll be missed Marty! Muah

  2. We will miss you Uncle Marty! You always had that twinkle in your eyes and could make us laugh, especially when we weren’t supposed to. We will forever cherish all the fun memories. Wishing you peace and sending our love and support to your family.

  3. What wonderful words your kids put together for you! I miss you Uncle Mart! I will always cherish the times we spent together – from our late night games of pool or ping-pong to me tagging along with you at the flea market or throwing newspapers those are some of my greatest of memories of you. Wishing you all the best buddy.

  4. I’m so very sorry to hear the passing, although I never knew Marty. I work with Jason, and Jason is a honor to work with, no one is better. Marty is at Peace in Heaven, ALWAYS remembered, and my personal favorite saying, “Remember me with smiles and laughter, for that’s how I’ll remember you all, if you can only remember me with tears, then don’t remember me at all”.

  5. Marty, you were always so gentle and kind, teasing (lots of teasing), telling stories and laughing. You will be missed by your family and friends. I’ll be praying for your children to find peace.

  6. Marty was a wonderful person he will be truly missed. But now his Spirit soars up there in heaven. Now Danny and Daryl and Marty and Ann are all up there together having a hell of a time the best of us are gone. I’ll think of you fondly. Give Danny a big hug and kiss for me.R.I.P.Marty Bixler my buddy.

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