David Lee Jacobs

David Lee Jacobs

March 15, 1982 - June 18, 2020

David Lee Jacobs, 38, of Lakewood, CO, passed away on June 18, 2020. <br /> He was born to parents Gary Jacobs and Claudia Norton, on March 15, 1982 in Denver, Colorado. <br /> <br /> David worked as a Custom floor installer for 3 years.After 3 years of service, he retired from Precision Hardwood Floors in 2020. <br /> <br /> David met Angela Jacobs in 2012. They were married on 04/17/2016 in Thornton, CO. They had 2 children together. He had two from his first marriage as well as two step-daughters. children: David Dean Jacobs(16), Devon Daniel Jacobs(15), Makiah Laree Zeiher(13), Stasia Mae Zeiher(12), Kenton Lee Jacobs(6), and Kensly Dawn Ann Jacobs(4). . <br /> <br /> David is survived by his wife Angela, his 4 children, David, Devon, Kenton, and Kensly. <br /> His 2 step-daughters Makiah and Stasia. His mother Claudia Prince, his father Gary Jacobs, his sister Brandie Jacobs, his niece Ellysa Johns and his nephew Thomas Johns. . <br /> <br /> David enjoyed listening to music, working on cars and going fast everywhere he went. He loved playing with kids, wrestling and horse playing. He enjoyed helping people who were struggling and he loved making people laugh. <br /> <br /> The family has entrusted Evergreen Memorial Park with the arrangements. A Memorial Celebration is scheduled for June 30, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. at In the barn at Evergreen Memorial Park . A reception will follow at At the park near the funeral home. Ron Lewis will officiate the ceremony.

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Evergreen Memorial Park, Funeral Home & Crematory

26624 North Turkey Creek Road, Evergreen, CO

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