Today, with great sadness, we say goodbye to a Colorado legend, Steve Farber. Steve passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at his home.
For more than 50 years, Steve and I were partners on this incredible journey that started on the playground at Colfax Elementary. Who would have thought Steve, Jack Hyatt and I, three kids from North Denver, could do all this?
Throughout his career, Steve was one of the most respected and accomplished leaders in the country. He inspired change not only at the firm, but throughout Colorado and across the nation. Steve was often the first call CEOs, politicians and community leaders made because they knew he would find a way to get the job done. The firm’s ability to thrive for more than 50 years is a testament to Steve’s leadership, work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit.
I think former Governor John Hickenlooper put it best when he said, Steve has millions of friends but you always feel like you are the most important.
Details about Steve’s service will be shared soon.
Goodbye my brother. It’s been an incredible ride.
In lieu of flowers, contributions are requested to: The American Transplant Foundation.
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