Aaron Ambrosier, 46, of Evergreen passed away on February 12, 2016. He was born to Roger and Jeanne Ambrosier on November 16,1970 in Denver, CO.
He was raised in Evergreen and was a gifted massage therapist, graduating from the Colorado School of the Healing Arts as the youngest male therapist at that time. He was known by all of his clients for his “hot, healing hands.”
Although he lived briefly in Florida, Maryland and California his roots always brought him back to Colorado where he worked at The Chart House and Tall Grass Spa as well as other spas around the Denver area. Aaron also joined a Bahamas Cruise ship, The Royal Majesty, as a massage therapist.
During his twenties Aaron played bass guitar in a popular, local band called “The Normal Kids.” He enjoyed a variety of music styles, tennis and golf, even scoring a hole in one at age 15 at the Evergreen Golf course. During the last few months of his battle with brain cancer he was visited by many friends from all over the country. They were blessed not only by his kind, gentle spirit but by his never-ending sense of humor. Aaron’s continuous mantra to all of us will always be, “It’s all about the LOVE!” He is survived by his wife Becky and daughter Marlee as well as his parents Roger and Jeanne of Evergreen, and sister Karis Meskimen (Jim) nieces and nephews, Makayla, Daniel, Charlotte and Tanner of Denver.
A celebration of his life will be held at the United Methodist Church of Evergreen, 3757 S. Ponderosa Dr., Evergreen, CO on Saturday, March 4,2017 at 1:00pm.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Marlee Ambrosier Educational Fund at Bank of the West, P.O. Box 2650 Evergreen, CO 80437 or in person at any Bank of the West location. Other contributions may be made to the United Methodist Church of Evergreen.