Louis Leon Nestler (Jefferson)

Born: Sat., Oct. 24, 1953
Died: Sat., Mar. 24, 2018


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Louis Leon Nestler USN (ret) passed away unexpectedly on March 24, 2018.

He is survived by his wife (Lin) Kelvie Nestler, sons Alexander and Jason, daughter Caitlin, step daughters Krysta Sabot and Chantel Davis, brother Alan, sister Lori Sorrels and five grandchildren.

Louis was a proud veteran, loving father and dearly beloved spouse.

Memorial services will be scheduled in early summer at American Legion Post 178.

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Rosemary O'Connor
   Posted Fri April 06, 2018
Louis and I met in 9th or 10th grade. We were both active in theater at Wheat Ridge High. What I appreciated most about Louis was that he was always kind - a gentle, humorous person. I shall miss his light, loving spirit.

What a shock his unexpected and tragic passing must have been for you, Lin, and all the family! Cindy and I hope to take you to lunch before summer. We would be happy to come up to Fairplay.

With heartfelt sympathy and prayers,

Rosemary O'Connor
WRHS Class of 1972

Bill Chidichimo
   Posted Mon April 09, 2018
I along with my brothers and sisters all knew Louis and his brother and sister in Grand Junction way back in the early 1960s. I admired Louis for standing up for himself on a few occasions to a neighborhood bully. (I'm guessing his sister may remember who I'm referring to). We all played a lot together, all through the big Mantey Heights neighborhood.

Louis, I wish you peace and hope to meet you again someday....to his family, I wish the same to all of you: peace.

Louis was a good man....and I did not know he went into the Navy. I was also in the Navy. Another reason to thank Louis!

Alan Nestler
   Posted Wed April 11, 2018
RIP Louis. You were my BIG Brother who I loved dearly. I will always remember your smile, your laugh and our wonderful relationship. I miss you, and I will see you again! You always told me "Don't get cocky kid!" well, I learned that from the best!

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