Arthur E. "Art" Towers
1931 - 2021
Arthur (Art) Towers, 90 of Montrose, CO passed away peacefully at home on May 21, 2021. He was born in Burlington, CO January 8th, 1931, to Marion and Opal Towers. He served on the school board of Adams County District 14 from May 1963 through January 1973 and was president for several of those years. He also served on the South Adams County volunteer fire department for several years and was Fire Chief from 1973 through 1975. He was also involved with the boy scouts and was a boy scout leader for Troup 121 for several years. He started his own Tax Practice in Commerce City in 1954 and eventually sold it and started one in Parker, Colorado with his wife Carol where his daughter Deborah also joined him in the business. He eventually semi-retired and moved to Montrose, Colorado where he and his wife Carol had their own tax practice. The front range practice was then taken over by Deb, Wanda & Gale. He was preceded in death by his father Marion, his mother Opal, his sister Vonnie, brother Lester, sister Violet Windell and brother Robert. He was also preceded in death by his first wife Cora and grandson Jason. He is survived by his wife Carol his sons Dale Towers and Donald Towers and his daughters Gale Hatley (Gene Hatley), Deborah Towers (Wanda Sellers) and Kathy Rossi (Tony Rossi), his stepdaughters Carrie Lovato and Sherry Lovato, 12 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren, and 2 great, great grandchildren as well as numerous nephews, nieces, and cousins. He will be remembered for his kind heart and helping hand. We know he is with the Lord now, because of his unwavering faith. He will be greatly missed by all those whose lives he touched.

A celebration of his life will be held in Parker, CO July 24th at 10:30am at the Crossroads Community Church at 9900 S. Twenty Mile Rd, Parker, CO 80134 with a fellowship to follow at the church.

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Published by Colorado Community Media on Jul. 7, 2021.
Celebration of Life
Crossroads Community Church
9900 S. Twenty Mile Rd, Parker, CO
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We called you Uncle Art our entire lives. However, I had a professional genealogist give me what you really are to me. First Cousin/Different Mother-first half-cousin. Thank goodness that just "Uncle" worked for all of us. I sure loved you like an Uncle and you were always someone very special to me. My dad, Don Towers, loved you like a brother his entire life. Our families have created many special memories over the years. Thank you for being you. For loving the Lord and for walking your talk always. You never missed a step with Him. Thank you for loving my Genealogy work and getting excited about my posts on Facebook. I sure hope that I get to see all those memories that you have been writing down over the years for your children. I know my Dad and our Grandpa Bertie, were anxiously waiting for you at Heaven's Gate with the rest of the Towers Family. Hug them for me, as I miss them so dearly. God Be With You....Uncle Art.... Until we meet again. Julie Towers, Greg Towers and Family
Julie Towers
July 22, 2021
I have know Art when he was in Commerce City. He has done our taxes all that time. I worked for him when he moved to Parker. He was one special person to know and work for. He will be missed by all that knew him. Say Hi to Boyd Art.
July 13, 2021
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