March 12, 1934 ~ January 27, 2019

Born in: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Resided in: Castle Rock, Colorado

Tadeusz “Tad” Richard Krupa, 84 of Castle Rock, Colorado passed away peacefully January 27, 2019. Tad was born March 12, 1934 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to his parents John Borczuch and Mary Krupa.

He is preceded in passing by Parents: John Borczuch and Mary Krupa, his Wife: Shirley Marie Krupa, and Siblings: Kaz and Regina. Tad also has a sister he had lost contact with named Laura. He is survived by Son: Thaddeus Krupa, Grandchildren: Trissana Krupa and Tabbetha Krupa.

Tad worked as an Electronic/ Computer Technician for IBM, earning several service awards, along with Wells Fargo. He also served several years in the United States Air Force where he earned a Good Conduct Medal.

Tad was apart of the Lakewood Elks No.1777 organization. Through the duration of his time with the Lakewood Elks, he served two terms as an Exalted Ruler and he was honored with the Silver & Gold Circle of Giving award.

Tad was a very dedicated and loyal individual, he would always put others before himself and never hesitated to lend a helping hand. He was generous with his time and spent many hours volunteering. During his free time, Tad enjoyed dancing, playing tennis, and simply entertaining others.

In honor of Tad, a Memorial Service will be held Saturday, February 9, 12:00PM at Lakewood Elks Lodge (1455 Newland Street, Lakewood, CO 80214).

Donations may be made in memory of Tad to the Elks National Lodge Foundation. For more information, please visit www.elks.org/enf/

Please give your condolences to the Krupa family.

Services

Memorial Service: February 9, 2019 12:00 pm

Lakewood Elks Lodge
1455 Newland Street
Lakewood, CO 80214


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  1. Tad was a very good and generous friend. He was an outstanding memeber of the Lakewood Elks. Our condolence to his son and his family.

  2. Condolences to the family of Tad Krupa. We only knew him as a Wonderful Dancer and a Generous person. He will be missed!

  3. I am so very sorry for your loss. Tad was a very special man. I enjoyed dancing with him. He always had a sweetness about him and was a great man. ♡

  4. Tad was a member of Lakewood Elks Lodge 1777. He was a Past Exalted Ruler and a faithful member of Elks National Foundation. He and Shirley were faithful volunteers. They are missed.

  5. Our sympathy goes out to Tad’s family. Tad loved life, people, and dancing. He will long be remembered by our family. We had a lot of fun together over the many years that we knew him.

  6. Rip Tad- I know you and Aunt Shirley are dancing the night away!! Loved dancing with you and your calm mannerism! I will keep dancing away in your and aunt Shirley’s memory! Love love

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