Celebration of Life
Obituary of James Louis VanNewhouse
A Celebration of Life service for James VanNewhouse will be held at Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Northglenn Colorado on Friday January 21st at 10:00 am. Coffee and cake to follow. Fort Logan services date to be determined. James Louis VanNewhouse born November 7, 1957 and passed away December 12, 2021 at his home. He learned how to run a business with his grandfather at the Hankey Lumber Company in Bowling Green Ohio. He moved to Colorado where he started JLV Home Improvement. He loved his customers and treated each remodel like it was his own. He is a good standing member of the El Jebel Shriners and the Masonic Weston Lodge Ohio #560 in Weston, Ohio where he is a 32nd degree mason.
Tribute from Melissa;
Daughter, Melissa Dolly Vannewhouse South Dakota
Grandson, Keven Ashlen Vannewhouse Arizona
Hello my beautiful little daughter will forever be etched in my soul, my dad’s greatest quality was his unfiltered personality and infectious sense of humor that I have definitely inherited..
The father daughter relationship that I wanted my whole life had truly just started forming, I never missed an opportunity at stating how much I loved my dad and what he meant to me.
Though there's always that missing puzzle piece in every story. The cliff hanging, nail biting, leave you on the edge of your chair suspense, and still not make complete sense til the end..
Regardless of how our story fell apart, me and my brother picked back up at times like our dad was never M.I.A.
Life is so unpredictable, and in a split second, you can lose the thing you dreamt of your whole life, though my brother missing the most from our dad, I gained all that I lost from my dad with my brother, you will forever be in our hearts dad.
Love always your beautiful little daughter
Tribute from James;
For heaven called upon my father,
You will be deeply missed and never forgotten. You will always be with me, for I will always carry you in my thoughts and in my heart, you will always remain. I am going to miss our constant conversations that we used to have, our little battles. Despite all the little negative things that really did not matter in the end, the most important thing that we always had between each other was honesty. To me, that was more important and mattered the most.
Rest easy your loving son and family
James & daughter in law Elizabeth and grandkids Katelynn & Izzabellah