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Bradley Lewis Dinsmore

Bradley Lewis Dinsmore, 54 of Granby, Colorado passed away on July 2, 2019. Brad was born to Lewis and Diane Dinsmore on August 3, 1964 in St. Louis Missouri. As a young boy growing up in St. Louis, he learned to love hockey and baseball. His love for these sports carried over to him when he moved to Colorado in 1977. Brad became an avid fan of the Colorado Rockies and Colorado Avalanche.

During the summer months Brad would learn the Tree and Landscape business from his dad. When Brad moved to Colorado he learned how to build log cabins from his uncle Rick and that caught his interest in the construction trade.

Brad had a deep love for the outdoors, hiking whenever he got the chance and was always found with his constant companion Abbie, his dog. She would be by his side wherever Brad would go. Brad also loved to hunt and fish in the beautiful mountains of Colorado. Brad was also very active in his church and “Celebrated Recover” group lending a helping hand whenever he could.

Brad is survived by father Lewis (wife Nancy); brother Steve (wife Monica; two children Cade and Avery) and brother Todd (wife Darlene; three children Nick, Nancy and Nathan); and uncles and aunts and their families.

Services for Brad will be on August 3rd at 10:00am at the Community Church of the Rockies In Grand Lake at the Grand Lake Center. There will also be a reception to follow, also at the Grand Lake Center.

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Rest easy Brad! I know your new life just got started, and it breaks my heart you left so soon, but God's plans are his and we cherish the time you had on earth with us. Rest in love. ❤

Krista Obney Aug 3 2019 12:00 AM

We send our deepest condolences to the family, and to all of those who knew Brad. Such a good heart, we are glad we had the chance to rekindle a friendship with him. May we all be comforted to know Brad is in the loving arms of the Father, and Abby is as always, by his side.

Peter and Bonnie Goes Jul 25 2019 12:00 AM

My husband and I give our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Brad.  Brad was our old neighbor and we continued to remain friends, along with worshiping together at Community Church of the Rockies.  I loved his deep love for his companion, Abbie and his love for Christ.  He would always share a scripture with me along the way whether it be at his best friend (brother), Ed's house, in the store or whenever we ran in to one another.  We lost an amazing man and his best friend, Abbie on this earth BUT heaven earned two angels who shall never, ever be forgotten.

Irene Coleman Jul 17 2019 12:00 AM

Brand and Abbie, you will never be forgotten and will always remain in our hearts.

Irene Coleman Jul 17 2019 12:00 AM