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Marvin Hopper

Bud Hopper

Thursday, January 2nd, 1936 - Monday, February 24th, 2020
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Marvin “Bud” Hopper was born on January 2, 1936 in Fort Morgan, Colorado to Dine and Frona (Watts) Hopper. He was blessed with three brothers, Don, Dave, Sam, and two sisters, Esther and Helen. After graduating from Fort Morgan High School, where he was a state wresting champion, he joined the Army. While in the Army He thoroughly enjoyed serving on the competitive rifle and pistol team. After completion of his military service he moved back to Fort Morgan where he met his wife Sharon Brooks.
Their life together began in Fort Collins where Bud obtained his degree in Electrical Engineering at Colorado State University. Over the years the family grew to include two daughters, Pamela and Jody. As a result of Bud’s work, the family lived all over the United States before settling on a farm outside Longmont.
Bud’s love for Christ was in full evidence in all he did and he greatly enjoyed bringing joy and a smile to everyone he encountered. He will be dearly missed by his wife Sharon, daughters Pamela (Sai) Lee, Jody (Mark) McNulty, his granddaughters Mandy and Aubrey McNulty, his brother Dave Hopper, his sisters Esther Herdt, Helen Hopper and all his nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, March 2 at Marks Funeral Chapel. 9293 Eastman Park Dr., Windsor. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Prolife Across America.
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  • Service

    Monday, March 2nd, 2020 | 10:30am
    When
    Monday, March 2nd, 2020 10:30am
    Location
    Marks Funeral Chapel
    Address
    9293 Eastman Park Dr.
    WINDSOR, CO 80550
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  • Interment

    Location
    Dellview Cemetery
    Address
    MANVILLE, WY
    A Graveside Service will held 12:30P.M. Thursday March 5, 2020.

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Posted at 12:24pm
For the man we all loved and respected so much, From Gary Brooks and Family
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Heather Craig

Posted at 10:50am
Sharon, Pam, Jody & family, My heart is with each of you. Praying you feel Father's love, comfort, and strength in an enormous way. Much love, Heather
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KEVIN BLOOD

Posted at 04:10pm
I knew Bud Hopper very well for the few years in my early teenage days living on Weld County Road 20 1/2. The Hoppers were the best neighbors and friends. I was blessed to work as "key gopher", "sweeper", "fetcher", "brick-cleaner", "hoddie", "lawnmower boy", "assistant coal-shoveler", and many others. My favorite title, however, was "friend". He taught respect, love, and hard work, things I learned at home and were reinforced in long summer work days and some cold winter weekends. Bud and Sherrie became my other parents across the street. He will be sorely missed. The lessons he taught continue to be passed on to our own kids, scout and youth groups, and I feel enormously blessed to know him. He is a godly man who loved his family, his country, his God, and shared generously. My children grew up with stories of working for the Hoppers, Big Red, and lots of farm tales. You will be missed until we meet again.
With Love, Appreciation, and Respect,
Kevin Blood
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