Robert Brandstetter
1940 - 2020
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Brandstetter, Robert
March 1940 - 06/17/2020

Robert Brandstetter passed away peacefully on June 17th at the age of 80. Born to Rudolph and Lavada Brandstetter in Denver, Colorado. Husband of LaVada Brandstetter. Father of Sharla Jackson, Robert Brandstetter (Michelle), Beth Beard (Archie J). Grandfather of Beau and Seth Brandstetter, Archie R Beard (Hanna) and Jack Beard. Brother of Mary Lou Walters and Marilyn Edwards. Bob graduated from North High School in 1958, then served his country in the Army National Guard. After his time in the service, he owned and operated a service station, co-owned Isom/Brandstetter Utilities and was the manager of Highview Water and Daniels Sanitation Districts. He was a member of Fairmount Fire Department and also a board member. Bob loved camping, fishing and treasure hunting along with restoring their historic home in Central City. Bob passed along his love of fishing to his children and grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to: Cure Alzheimer's Fund, 34 Washington St. Suite 310 Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 or online at There will be a private family graveside service.

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Published in Denver Post on Jun. 21, 2020.
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June 28, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful man. We will love you and miss you always. Bob was such a kind, caring man, I enjoyed and had up most respect for! We shared a lot of wonderful times together. All of the delicious, fun holiday dinners and trips to the cabin wont ever be forgotten. I have so many wonderful memories of fun times our families shared together.
If I can do anything or help in any way, please call. I really want to.
With our heartfelt condolences, love & respect.
Franci Isom, Brody & Taylor Johnson& Louise Hillen Isom
June 22, 2020
I was grateful to have had Bob as my boss, although I counted him as more a friend than a boss. He was always willing to help me with all the questions I had, and there were many. Never met a more caring and helpful person. Hope you and the rest of the family find peace and comfort in treasured memories.
Gail Berquist
June 21, 2020
Vada so sorry to hear about Bob we a s just talking about the Sterling fire dept convention & all the fun we had. John enjoyed doing things in the fire department with Bob. Prayers for you & your family
Mary Yenter
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