December 9, 1949 ~ June 12, 2020

Born in: Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Resided in: Louisville, Colorado

Of Louisville, Colorado passed away on June 12, 2020. He was born in Fort Belvoir, Virginia on December 9, 1949.

Stephen (Steve) received a bachelor’s in business from Notre Dame, followed by an MBA from the University of Massachusetts. He had a brief but distinguished military career stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, MO that culminated in the rank of Captain. Steve was entrepreneurial in nature, motivating him to establish a small IT consulting firm called Twinstar in 1992. He provided leadership, inspiration, and modeled the utmost integrity to his employees until his retirement in 2015. Along the way, Stephen and Carol raised 2 daughters and eventually helped shape the lives of 5 grandchildren. Steve’s devotion to his faith led him to spend countless hours volunteering for those less fortunate. He was an accomplished marathon runner and a quietly protective soul.

He was ever present in the lives of his family and friends and his far-reaching legacy will live on in the lives of those he touched. Steve is predeceased by his lovely wife Carol who passed in 2018. Left to treasure a legacy of unselfish love are children Gwendolyn Gaumond, Brian Martella, Gail Gaumond Pyle, Jason Pyle; grandchildren Kael and Klara Martella, Logan Gaumond Ashcroft, Audrina Pyle, Sam Pyle; sisters Alison Colburn, Mari-jo Ulbricht, Deborah Augenstein; brothers John Colburn, Daniel Augenstein, and David Augenstein; and many well-loved nieces, nephews and extended family members.

Private Funeral Mass will be held Friday, June 26, 2020 at 9am, followed by burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association, 455 Sherman Street, Suite 500, Denver, CO 80203 –

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Alzheimer's Association: Colorado Chapter

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  1. Steve was a good soul, precious father and husband, and faithful friend. Peace to him and the whole family. Much love from Kentucky.

  2. Steve was a mentor to me, a business colleague but most of all, he was a great guy. I owe him much and will always be appreciative of our friendship.

  3. I worked with Steve at IBM. I found him a man of strength and character. His work ethic and his pursuit of excellence led to the success of many endeavors for our customers. He took responsibility and involvement to accomplish any challenge he was given. I believe his success in work and life were the result of his outstanding character.

  4. Gwen, Gail and your families: We wish to express our deepest sympathy in the lost of your father and grandfather. We pray that your precious family memories be a comfort to you at this sad time. Rest in Peace, Steve. Phillip & Phyllis Aschenbrenner and Family.

  5. Steve
    I met Steve in 1977, our early days in IBM training. By happenstance our wives met at a later IBM event and we all hit it off. Our boys and their girls were close in age, and our families spent many a crazy vacation together. We will miss Steve’s wry sense of humor, fatherly instincts and kindness to all. No one I know could deliver a devastatingly funny line in such a deliberate, careful and measured tone. Our whole family will miss him dearly.

  6. Sorry to hear about Steve and Carol as we didn’t know until much that Carol had passed. They were both special friend and will be greatly missed. Gwen and Gail always remember that you will carry them in your heart and all you wonderful memories. God Bless and we will thinking of you on the 26th of June. Love to all.
    Ken and Jan Denison

  7. I never met Steve in person, but, considered him a friend. He and I worked on several mutual customers down through the years. He was professional, kind and knowledgeable. He will be missed by many.

  8. Bob and I have known your parents since 1987. We believe people who make you laugh are the holiest people of all. Steve was a very holy man with his wonderful sense of humor and his amazing love for his family. We know they are together once again. We love the Gaumond family very much!

  9. I feel as though I’ve known Steve my entire life as I don’t remember a time the Gaumond’s weren’t in my life. I’ve grown up knowing Steve as this calm, supportive, quiet, witty, loving and gentle soul; always ready with a kind or encouraging word, sealed with a kiss on the cheek and a warm hug. His love for Carol, Gwen, Gail and his grandchildren was unwavering. Steve was one of the good ones and he, along with Carol, are missed greatly. I’m thankful for all of the treasured memories and moments the Gaumond family has given me. I cherish them immensely. Love & Blessings ~ Kristin (Farrell) Grayner

  10. As mentioned by nearly everyone, Steve was a multi-faceted person. He was probably the funniest person I’ve ever known as well as one of the smartest. But I think his greatest attributes were his genuineness and kindness. I was fortunate enough to have known Steve for over 35 years. During those years he was a friend, mentor, coworker, and a boss. But he was never bossy nor harsh. I owe a lot of the success in my professional life to Steve’s guidance, encouragement and belief in me. I saw him nurture and guide many others during our long relationship. He will be sorely missed. My heartfelt condolences to Gail, Gwen and the rest of the family.

  11. Gwen and Gail, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember as a young teenager babysitting you both, your dad was always so kind and understanding. Such a sweet man. I am glad to have know him and I hope that you and your families find peace in his memory. With love, Ingrid (Sundberg) Parry


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