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Obituary for Bobby Castorino

Bobby Castorino
Bobby Castorino was born on January 30th, 1991 and was taken from this life on May 9th, 2017. Bobby was truly one of a kind. Words do not do him justice. You’d have to meet him to know how amazing he really was. He was the most selfless person on this planet; always concerned about everyone else’s well-being. He would lovingly give his most heartfelt advice for anyone needing it. His belly aching laughter will never be forgotten and will always be missed so dearly. He could light up the darkest of rooms and that smile was contagious. He was passionate about many things: wrestling, cooking and football just to name a few.

He was a very committed, heavyweight wrestler for Poudre High School. He took great pride in wrestling and always referred back to his coaches when he was having a rough time getting motivated. He was extremely grateful to be a part of that band of brothers. WWE wrestlers were his role models, among others, for years. He could impersonate not only the voices and sayings of the wrestlers, but the moves as well. Seeing him use those wrestling moves on his younger sister and his son was always entertaining. There is an article about some of this on thewellingtonweekly.com that was written in 2009. He had a knack for remembering lines from movies and shows as well, and seemed to always quote the movie Dumb and Dumber, making situations humorous.
Bobby could cook up one incredible meal. He put his heart into creating whatever he was making, whether it be a grilled cheese sandwich or a five course Italian meal. His joy was to see the reactions on people’s faces when they tried his food. To say his food was delicious would be an understatement. Bobby happily cooked in many restaurants, from the T-Bar to the Egg and I, to Nordy’s BBQ. He took a leap of faith when deciding to head into an all new (to him) industry with Kimbel Mechanical Systems. Bobby was the warehouse manager at their Loveland shop and he learned very quickly that he was working for a very respected company, and goodness did he respect them. He looked up to many people there and always wanted to further himself. Bobby made sure he lit up the warehouse with as much joy as he could. He’d bring in donuts every Friday morning just to boost everybody’s spirits. He genuinely wanted people to be happy.

The Denver Broncos biggest super fan was Bobby Castorino. He had his entire shop office completely covered in Broncos gear from floor to ceiling. He also had an entire bathroom dedicated to the team. He loved talking football with fellow coworkers and friends and family, whether they be Broncos fans or not. The Bronco’s super bowl win in 2016 brought him to tears and a celebratory drink (or two) with his father-in-law. Oddly enough, Bobby didn’t ever play football in high school, which was one thing he had always regretted. His family will always be cheering on the Broncos in Bobby’s name.

Bobby’s biggest passion and the most important thing to him in his life was his family. He was a very committed family man. He strived to be a loving son to his mother Lisa and an extraordinary example for his younger sister Joeleen. The memories they all have together growing up will forever be in their hearts and Bobby’s spirit will give them strength when they need it, just like it would if he were here. Bobby married the love of his life on July 10th, 2015. The love and commitment he and his wife Sarah have together is everlasting and will never be broken. The most Bobby and Sarah did was laugh together. Those big, belly aching, almost crying type laughs... every single day. Bobby was very proud to be a husband to Sarah, and Sarah always knew what an honor and privilege it was to be his wife. The love they share is one of a kind and will never be found in two other individuals. She will honor him all the days of her life. His spirit will live on through his two young sons, Hunter (age 3) and Connor (age 9 months). Being a father to them was indescribable for Bobby. To say he was a Dad of two sons was a dream come true and he always wanted to raise them to be brilliant, imaginative, respectful, and hard- working, just like himself. Sarah will raise Hunter and Connor the way Bobby would have. His “in-laws” were his family. He wouldn’t have called them his “in-laws” because they were so much more than that to him. Jeff, Wanda, Kevin, Paula, Justin, Desiree’, Jeffrey, and his two nephews Anthony and Taylor meant the world to him and he was so thankful to have a large family.

Bobby would have wanted everyone to celebrate him. He would have wanted everyone to remember his joyfulness and his eagerness to learn and live life. He also would have wanted everyone to remember to be safe whenever you get into a vehicle, as that is what took his life. He was a Christian man and we know he is with the Lord. One of his favorite verses: Psalm 27:1 “The Lord is my light and my salvation”. We know Bobby is safe with the Lord and will forever be in our prayers.

You can see Bobby and hear his voice and personality in his many YouTube videos. As you all know, Bobby was a big jokster and loved to laugh. Please remember him whenever you’re smiling and laughing.
Online condolences may be made at www.marksfuneralservice.com.
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