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Toby Engel

Toby Brian Engel

Sunday, November 10th, 1974 - Monday, October 14th, 2019
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Toby Brian Engel, 44, of Windsor, passed away October 14, 2019. Toby was born November 10, 1974 in Newton, Kansas. He was the devoted son of Charles and Sue (Hinkle) Engel. After graduating from Newton High School, Toby attended Kansas State University where he graduated in May of 1998 and was forever a dedicated Wildcat.
Toby was the beloved husband of Jody (Habel) Engel. The two married in Saratoga, Wyoming on July 13, 2002. They lived in Evergreen, Colorado where they welcomed their children Delaney Rose and Brogan Christopher. The Engels have called Windsor their home for the last 11 years. Toby was a loving, devoted father who thought his children hung the moon. He will forever be remembered for the joy and love he brought to his family and friends.

Toby is survived by his parents Chuck & Sue; wife Jody; children Brogan & Delaney; brother Tye, his wife, Holly; and was the coolest uncle to numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his favorite uncle Larry who welcomed Toby with open arms and a deck of poker cards.

Toby’s life was a precious gift and he filled our lives with laughter. His wit, charm and generosity made the world a brighter place. He enjoyed traveling to the ocean, deep sea fishing and spending many hours snorkeling. We will forever miss his talents behind the grill, keeping all around him full and happy.

A celebration of Toby’s life will be held Monday, October 21, 2019 at Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor, Colorado. The service will begin at 1:00 pm with a reception following.

Memorial donations may be made to Suicide Education and Support Services via check at Toby’s service or at https://northrange.org/sess/. If you or someone you know is struggling, please, please, please ask for help. www.ManTherapy.org or www.NorthRange.org.

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    Monday, October 21st, 2019 | 1:00pm
    When
    Monday, October 21st, 2019 1:00pm
    Location
    Bethel Lutheran Church
    Address
    328 Walnut St.
    WINDSOR, CO 80550
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Tamara Walters

Posted at 03:11pm
My deepest condolences to Toby's family. I spoke with Toby only once in early October (through work), but have a vivid recollection of his personality from that conversation. He came across as genuine, warm and easy to talk to - the kind of person you could meet and feel like you knew them for a long time. I am definitely touched by such news, but pray for his family during this time.

Shelley Thull

Posted at 01:41am
10.21.19 We are so sorry to hear about Toby today. Last week Toby came to my mind as my former students often do. I was on a walk last week with my dog and we walked by a house in my neighborhood here in Topeka that was getting a new roof. It reminded me of the summer in the early 90s that I was doing work in our yard in North Newton and a roofing crew was shingling the new Ray Penner home across the street. One of the kids on that roof began whistling at me. I just laughed and waved. A few days later that same young man, who I discovered was Toby, walked into my math classroom on my first day of teaching at Newton High. He and I had a good laugh over our initial introduction. That’s how I remember Toby. Always full of fun and laughter. What a loss! Thinking of him and his family. Shelley and Tom Thull
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Adriaune McIntosh

Posted at 11:55pm
I worked with Toby during my years at Guckenheimer he was an awesome guy who I called "The Tobster", I had ran into him last year and we had our usual jokes and laughs. He will be missed RIL Toby❤

Ruth Jacob

Posted at 08:32pm
There are no words to express our condolences except to say that our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Hopefully, you will find some peace and strength sharing memories of your time together. God bless you all!
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Daniel Greenamyre

Posted at 07:26pm
I was a freshman at K state and a pledge in the FIJI house when I met Toby. He was a pledge brother and good friend of my brother Jeremy and I instantly liked him. He was confident, friendly and carried himself in a way that was inspiring to a younger man. Very sorry for your loss.
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