Obituary of James Edward Stoll
James Edward Stoll, our much loved husband and father, passed away on April 30, 2023 at Mckee Medical Center. He is survived by his wife Diana, his son Matt and daughter in law Jenni of Las Vegas, and his son Jeff and daughter in law Jessi of Erie. He was also blessed with three grandchildren, Jonathan, Brandon, and Hannah, who were always the joy of his life. He treasured his relationships with his brother Ron, sister in law Cheryl, and brother in law Jim, and his nephews Scott, Greg, and Tony and their families. We will always be grateful for their love and support.
Jim was born in Denver, CO on April 27, 1947, grew up in Lakewood, and graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in business finance. He was a proud CSU Ram fan and couldn't wait each year for their football and basketball seasons to begin. He joined the Marines in 1970 and served in the reserves for the next 6 years. He was a real estate appraiser for over 35 years in the northern Colorado and Denver areas.
Our family moved to Berthoud in 1980 and Jim enjoyed coaching junior football and basketball teams through the recreation department. Jim was always so proud of Matt and Jeff's many accomplishments and rarely missed any of their activities. He often said that being a dad and supporting and encouraging his family was the greatest privilege of his life.
He also loved stream and lake fishing with his family and friends and passing down fishing tips and secrets learned from his parents Harold and Caroline.
We will forever miss his unconditional love, his constant words of encouragement, his support, his smile and his sense of humor.
A Celebration of Life service will be held on June 8th at 11am. This will take place at Foundations Church, located at 1380 N. Denver Ave., Loveland, CO 80537. His final resting place will be at Fort Logan National Cemetery.
We want to thank our many friends and family for their prayers, thoughtfulness and concern for Jim. God bless you all.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of James Stoll, please visit Tribute Store