Tommy Brach

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Tommy Roland Brach
March 11, 1958 - January 31, 2014

Tommy was born to Tom and Pat Brach on March 11, 1958, in Grand Junction, CO and passed away at his residence in Grand Junction, CO January 29, 2014, of heart failure. He was 55.
He attended grade school at Intermountain Junior Academy and graduated high school at Campion Academy in Loveland, CO in 1976. Tommy loved Grand Junction and never felt the need to live any place else. He loved boating, camping, and working on cars. He fancied himself a gardener, but really just liked to ride the tractor around. Tommy was a plumber by trade, but had a lot of knowledge about a lot of different things. If someone needed his help, he never hesitated to lend a hand. Tommy never met a stranger. He was generous, trusting, and always saw the good in people. As a result, he has many friends from all walks of life.
He loved and adored his two daughters, Chelbe (28), and Zoe (12). He is also survived by his mother, Pat, and sister, Susie (Mark) Bautch. He was preceded in death by his father, Tom.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Intermountain Adventist Academy Tuition Assistance Fund, 1704 N 8th St. GJ 81501. Tommy loved the people at IAA and his church. He was thankful that Chelbe was able to attend and Zoe is currently attending school there. Among a lot of other things, we will especially miss Tommy's twinkling brown eyes.
Memorial services will be held Sunday February 9th at 11:00 a.m. at the GJ Seventh Day Adventist Church, 730 Mesa Ave.

Published in The Daily Sentinel on Feb. 2, 2014